Restaurants in Denver
Denver restaurants have jumped on to the local, organic, and sustainable bandwagon, and what that means in this part of the country is lots of beef and sometimes game too. The produce grown on Colorado's organic farms makes its way to the menus of the best restaurants in Denver. Black Pearl is one of the acclaimed restaurants emphasizing seasonal produce. The fare is contemporary American, and the décor understated, with exposed brick walls and bare wooden floors. In warmer months, there's seating outdoors.
Lola has also long been a popular spot, with its menu of Mexican coastal dishes that can be easily paired with choices from their long list of tequilas. Beer drinkers will want to hit some of Denver's microbreweries. There are many in LoDo, but a good place to start is at Wynkoop which was the first microbrewery in the neighborhood and helped jumpstart its revitalization. Finally, because we know some of you are wondering, you can find Rocky Mountain Oysters (that is, fried bull's testicles) on the menus of some Denver restaurants, including the Buckhorn Exchange, the city's oldest restaurant.
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