Eater: Denver’s Best Tourist-Friendly Restaurants

“Between stops at the Denver Art Museum and Red Rocks Amphitheater, it can be hard to make every meal count on a whirlwind visit to the Mile High City. This guide is here to help, with tourist-friendly dining destinations ranging from the historic to the hip and new.

Denver’s culinary landscape is as diverse and boast-worthy as the city itself. The simple steak-and-potatoes fare of the frontier fueled the city’s growth into the modern metropolis of today, and at institutions like The Buckhorn Exchange and The Fort, that tradition is still alive and well. On a different kind of frontier, Denver-based Chipotle pioneered the fast-casual format, and innovators like those behind the counter at Tocabe: An American Indian Eatery are making it their own. There’s no shortage of fine-dining establishments for a fancy night out either. Acorn at The Source and Annette at the Stanley Marketplace are sure to impress.

For a more comprehensive look at Denver’s top spots, check out the 38 essential Denver restaurants.

With no further ado, here are our favorite tourist-friendly restaurants, listed geographically from north to south.

6 Great Divide Brewing Co

Walk down any street in Denver, and there’s a good chance you will run into one of the city’s hundred-plus craft breweries, brewpubs, and taprooms. There’s an even better chance you’ll have a good time inside. That’s certainly the case at Great Divide Brewing Co., one of the first craft breweries to catch fire back in the mid-90s and still a perennial favorite of locals and out-of-towners alike.

Of course, there’s plenty more great craft breweries where Great Divide came from.”

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