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Restaurants in Denver, CO

Denver has always been a gathering place for diverse and creative people. Today, it’s an outdoor city with a vibrant, walkable downtown. Here you find many of Denver’s top farm-to-table restaurants and innovative craft breweries. Roadfood favorite Biker Jim’s is an ode to the hot dog and all its infinite potential. Fifteen varieties are available, from rattlesnake to classic all-beef and a choice of vegan weenies (mild or spicy). Elk, reindeer, duck, and wild boar are a few other options. Even dessert is different: not just ordinary ice cream sandwiches, but chipotle ice cream sandwiches. Or how about limoncello sour orange swirl cheesecake with a ginger snap crust? A few other must-eat destinations in the Mile-High City are the Buckhorn Exchange for serious carnivory, surrounded by hundreds of game animal trophies shot by former owner Shorty Zietz; The Fort out in Morrison, which celebrates vintage Old West fare in such dishes as buffalo stew cooked in a cast iron kettle; and Tocabe, which puts a modern twist on traditional Native-American dishes.

Denver’s Most Famous Dishes

BBQ-sauced beans in a blue bowl

BBQ Beans

Peppery menudo comes with fresh limes for squeezing.

Menudo

Crisp, bite-size fried nuggets of testicle come with cocktail sauce for dipping and a lemon for squeezing

Rocky Mountain Oysters

Cafeteria tray holds a square meal of BBQ chicken, mac & cheese, collards, cornbread, sweet tea, and banana pudding

Dinner Platters

Denver’s Best Restaurants

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