Denver has one of the best restaurant scenes in the country and is home to many great places to stop and eat. There are new restaurants opening all the time through the Mile High City and here are the some of the best six new places to eat in Denver. For whatever food you are in the mood for, there is something to hit the spot.
Cart-Driver – 2500 Larimer St., #100, 303-292-3553
Cart-Driver on Larimer Street opened last summer and is inspired by small Italian eateries. Feel free to grab a seat if you can or stand at the rail and enjoy a wood-fired pizza, gelato or some oysters. This small but intimate setting is open for lunch, dinner and late-night so stop by for some delicious food.
Work & Class – 2500 Larimer St., #101, 303-292-0700
Work & Class, also located on Larimer Street, blends the best of Latin American and American food in this delicious dinner locale. The restaurant often changes up its menu depending on the season or the time of year, but make sure to try this popular new Denver restaurant!
Stoic & Genuine – Union Station, 1701 Wynkoop St., 303-640-3474
Located near Coors Field in downtown, Stoic & Genuine on Wynkoop Street, is a seafood eatery that is already known as one of the best stops for fresh seafood in Denver. Try the crab legs, Maine lobster or the surf and turf.
Mercantile Dining & Provision – Union Station, 1701 Wynkoop St., 720-460-3733
Mercantile Dining & Provision is located at Union Station on Wynkoop offers a restaurant and a European-style market and a bar to stop at. The restaurant has selections like citrus cured salmon, various pastas, and other entrees like Boulder natural crispy herb chicken. The market has drinks, croissants, sandwiches, breakfast items, cheese, meats and several other options. This is a great stop when passing by during the day or for an upscale dinner.
Bistro Barbès – 5021 E. 28th Ave., 720-398-8085
Bistro Barbès on 28th Avenue in the Park Hill neighborhood is a new restaurant that has French roots but also combines elements from North Africa, Spain and other Mediterranean regions. They are open for dinner from Tuesday to Saturday. Make sure to try any of the soups or the Moroccan mashed potatoes.
Guard and Grace – 1801 California St., 303-293-8500
In the mood for a great steak? Denver is known for the great beef, so make sure to check out Guard and Grace on California Street. With plenty of room in this 9,000 foot space, Guard and Grace put an emphasis on wood-fired dishes. They offer succulent steaks along with fresh seafood and artisanal chesses. There is also an expansive wine cellar with something to please anyone’s palette. Guard and Grace has already garnered some accolades by offering one of the best steaks in Denver, so make sure to stop by and try this new spot located in the CenturyLink building.
Make sure to book a stay with Castle Marne and then head on out and try some of the great food that Denver has to offer!
Photo Credit: Larry Johnson / Union Station, Denver / Flickr