A Running List of Denver Restaurants and Breweries Opening For Dine-In

On Monday, Governor Polis announced that restaurants (and breweries working with restaurants or food trucks) would be allowed to open for dine-in services – with restrictions – starting on Wednesday, May 27. The current restrictions include 50% capacity, a maximum of 50 people, and other social distancing measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Many restaurant and brewery owners are quickly working to get staff back in and prepare for dine/drink-in services, but that can take anywhere from a few days to a few months. We’ve pulled together a list of the restaurants with dates for when they will resume dine-in.

*We will update this list periodically 

 

Bonnano Concepts

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Where: Multiple locations

When: May 27

The Lowdown: Culinary powerhouse Frank Bonanno announced he will re-open all of his concepts immediately for dine-in services. However, some of them require reservations, while others do not. Reservations can be made for Mizuna, French 75, Green Russell, Osteria Marco, Russell’s Smokehouse and Luca via Tock. For Vesper Lounge, Lou’s Food Bar, Milk Market and Salt & Grinder, you can stop by and grab a seat on the patio or indoors. For more info on how Bonanno is handling COVID-19 measures, go here.

Linger

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Linger. Photo by Danielle Webster.

Where: 2030 W. 30th Ave., Denver

When: May 28

The Lowdown:  Linger opened its famous rooftop this Thursday and is now opening its indoor dining room for dinner and Sunday brunch. Come soak in the views of the city while chowing down on global bites during. As for other Edible Beat concepts Vital Root is opening for dine-in on Friday while Root Down, Ophelia’s and El Five have re-opening plans in the works.

Stanley Marketplace

Photo courtesy of Stanley Marketplace.

Where: 2501 Dallas St., Aurora

When: May 27

The Lowdown: After being closed for 73 days, Aurora’s popular marketplace is back with its 50+ businesses, although not all of them will be open for dine-in. Those that are taking in-person seatings include Cheluna, Logan House Coffee Company, Mondo Market and Miette et Chocolat. The rest, including favorites like Annette and Rosenberg’s, will still offer curbside service. Go here for a full list that includes retail.

Ratio Beerworks

Photo courtesy of Ratio Beerworks on Facebook

Where: 2920 Larimer St., Denver 

When: May 27, hours change daily. Check their social media for today’s hours

The Lowdown: RiNo’s quintessential brewery is opening its doors (and patio) for drink-in service. However, they are taking it day-by-day and will post updates on their social. Check-in here to get today’s hours and food truck services and here for their safety measures.

Denver Beer Co.

Photo Courtesy of Denver Beer Co. on Facebook

Where: Multiple Locations

When: May 28 

The Lowdown: Denver Beer Co. and its iconic patios (including Cervecería Colorado and the Arvada location) will welcome guests back to soak up the sun and suds. However, there is a caveat — they are asking you to keep the pups at home. Go here for more info on their service and safety plans.

Black Shirt Brewing

Photo by Alysia Shoemaker.

Where: 3719 Walnut St., Denver

When: May 27

The Lowdown: Black Shirt will open both its patios (including an expanded seating on the northside) and its indoor dining areas for beer and pizza. They’ll follow all the state guidelines and ask that you wear a mask anytime you’re not eating or drinking. Go here for more details.

Ash Kara

Lamb Kofte at Ash’Kara. Photo by Giacomo DiFranco

Where: 2005 West 33rd Ave. Denver

When: May 28

The Lowdown: Known for its upscale Middle Eastern and Meditteranean fare, the Highlands restaurant is ready for you to snack on some hummus and new dishes during lunch or dinner. But you must make a reservation first by going here.

Globe Hall

Ribs from Globe Hall. Photos by Alden Bonecutter.

Where: 4483 Logan St., Denver

When: May 27

The Lowdown: While there may not be any music at this restaurant/venue hybrid, their smoker is hot and ready to spit out some tasty barbecue. Open for dine-in on Thursdays and Saturdays from 4 to 10 p.m., this is a great way to support a local music venue while live concerts are on hold.

Le French

Photo by Kori Hazel.

Where: 4901 S Newport St, Denver

When: May 29 at 8 a.m.

The Lowdown: The Parisian-style bakery and cafe serves high-end French patisseries and coffee along with breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch with a Senegalese twist. Reservations are suggested as seating will be limited.

 

Seedstock Brewery

Seedstock Brewery

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Where: 3600 W Colfax Ave, Denver

When: May 29 at 3 p.m.

The Lowdown: Seedstock will release a new beer – Colorado Strong – on Friday to celebrate the reopening of the brewery. The brewery will be open will continue with limited hours for the time being.

Angelo’s Taverna

Angelo's Taverna

Photo courtesy of Angelo’s Taverna.

Where: 620 E 6th Ave, Denver

When: May 29 at 11 a.m.

The Lowdown: Angelo’s Taverna will offer a number of reservations for evening service and offer first come first serve for lunch and dinner. Happy Hour will be in effect on Friday and Mollusk Monday will begin again next week.

Postino WineCafe

 

Where: 2715 17th St and 145 N Broadway, Denver

When: June 1 at 11 a.m.

The Lowdown: You can get your bruschetta fix again with Postino’s Board & Bottle – how can you say no to a bottle of wine and a bruschetta board for $25 on Mondays and Tuesdays after 8 p.m.? Also, enjoy the “5 ‘til 5” happy hour every day.

 

Tacos Tequila Whiskey – Highlands

Pinche Tacos. Photo by Giacomo Di Franco.

Where: 3300 W 32nd Ave, Denver

When: June 2, 3 to 9 p.m. 

The Lowdown: The OG trendy taco joint in Denver is ready to re-open next week. However, only its Highlands location will re-open for dine-in whereas you can still get to-go from York and Gov’s Park locations.

Morning Story

Morning Story

Courtesy of Morning Story on Facebook

Where: 8025 Sheridan Blvd, Arvada and 560 S Holly St, Denver

When: June 1 at 7 a.m.

The Lowdown: Both of Morning Story’s locations – in Cherry Creek and Arvada – will be open for dine-in, takeout and delivery starting next Monday.

Broadway Roxy

Photo by Alden Bonecutter

Where: 554 S Broadway, Denver

When: June 3 at 5 p.m.

The Lowdown: You’ll be craving a night at The Roxy now that you can go out again. The restaurant features a 1920s ambiance, classic cocktails, small plates and live music to get you back in the groove.

Jovanina’s Broken Italian

Photo by Kyle Cooper

Where: 1520 Blake St, Denver

When: June 5, Wednesday – Saturday, from 5:30 – 9 p.m.

The Lowdown: Jovanina’s wood-fired, modern Italian brings a fresh take to Italian food with a Colorado twist. The menu features local ingredients along with craft cocktails, a robust wine program and a Prohibition-era style lounge perfect for date night.

The Fort

Courtesy of The Fort on Facebook

Where: 19192 CO-8, Morrison

When: May 29 at 4 p.m.

The Lowdown: The classic fine dining restaurant will open for a brand new outside picnic dining experience on Friday featuring fast-casual burgers, brats and BBQ on its outdoor patio overlooking the Denver skyline. This new concept will be offered from 4 p.m. every Friday through Sunday and takeout will also be available. Fine dining inside the restaurant will reopen Wednesday, June 3 at 4 p.m. The restaurant will remain open thereafter at 4 p.m. every Wednesday through Sunday. For the time being it will remain closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

Hickory & Ash

Hickory and Ash

Where: 8001 Arista Pl #150, Broomfield

When: June 16

The Lowdown: Hickory & Ash features brunch, lunch and dinner made with sustainably sourced Colorado ingredients.

Brazen Eatery

Brazen eatery

Photo by Lindsey Bartlett

Where: 4450 W 38th Ave, Denver

When: May 27 at 4 p.m.

The Lowdown: Brazen has been bringing high-quality food and hospitality to the West Highland neighborhood since 2014. The menu emphasizes vegetables, sustainability and is almost entirely gluten free.

Daughter Thai

Photo by Marla Keown

Where: 1700 Platte St #140, Denver

When: June 1 at 4 p.m.

The Lowdown: Daughter Thai beautifully merges Colorado ingredients with traditional Thai flavors and techniques to bring a unique, intimate dining experience to Denver.

American Elm

Photo by Lucy Beaugard

Where: 4132 W 38th Ave, Denver

When: June 3 at 5 p.m.

The Lowdown: The upscale neighborhood restaurant marries southern traditions with fine dining to create an approachable yet refined cuisine.

The Rio Grande

Photo Courtesy of The Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant

Where: Multiple locations

When: May 28

The Lowdown: The Colorado classic is famous for its margaritas and Mexican fare and has large outdoor seating areas at most locations.

City O’ City

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Where: 206 E 13th Ave, Denver

When: May 29 at 3 p.m.

The Lowdown: The vegetarian restaurant offers a wide variety of food at almost all hours of the day.

Logan Street

Photo by Alden Bonecutter

Where: 400 E 7th Ave, Denver

When: May 28 at 3 p.m.

The Lowdown: Logan Street offers Mediterranean-inspired cuisine in the heart of Cap Hill. Get your fix of delicious food along with a large selection of Colorado wines from neighbor Carboy Winery.

Infinite Monkey Theorem

Photo coutresy of Infinite Monkey Theorem on Facebook

Where: 3200 Larimer St, Denver

When: May 28 at 4 p.m.

The Lowdown: The urban winery has a large outdoor patio, perfect for enjoying a glass of frosé.

The Woods

Photo courtesy of The Woods Restaurant on Facebook

Where: 3330 Brighton Blvd, Denver

When: May 27

The Lowdown: After eating at home for all these weeks you’ll want to go to The Woods. The rooftop deck boasts one of the best views in Denver and the menu has a wide variety of offerings for all tastes.

Bierstadt Lagerhaus

Photo courtesy of Bierstadt Lagerhaus on Facebook

Where: 2875 Blake St, Denver

When: May 29 at 11 a.m.

The Lowdown: The luxurious outdoor space is perfect for enjoying a cold one in the sun.

Tap & Burger

Photo by Instagrammer @10KCalories.

Where: Multiple locations

When: May 28 at 3 p.m.

The Lowdown: The neighborhood spot offers upscale burgers and beer in three locations across the city.

Uno Mas Taqueria

Photo courtesy of Uno Mas Taqueria on Facebook

Where: 730 E 6th Ave, Denver

When: May 29

The Lowdown: From small batch tequilas to classic Mexican fare Uno Mas Taqueria has everything to satisfy your craving for tacos, tequila and a great ambience.

Blake Street Tavern

Photo courtesy of Blake Street Tavern on Facebook

Where: 2301 Blake St, Denver

When: May 27 at 11 a.m.

The Lowdown: Blake Street Tavern offers seating on an outdoor patio or in the main dining area with the garage door open. Fresh air and fresh food for all.

Mockery Brewing

Photo Courtesy of Mockery Brewing on Facebook

Where: 3501 Delgany St, Denver

When: May 28 at 12 p.m.

The Lowdown: Mockery Brewing welcomes you to sit outside and enjoy a beer. The brewery is now offering food provided by Butcher Block Cafe.

Los Chingones

Photo Courtesy of Los Chingones on Facebook

Where: Multiple locations

When: May 29 at 2 p.m.

The Lowdown: Get your margarita fix and enjoy some Mexican fare at one of the restaurant’s two patios.

Fooducopia

Photo courtesy of Fooducopia

Where: 1939 E Kentucky Ave, Denver

When: May 27

The Lowdown: Tucked away in Wash Park, Fooducopia features brunch, lunch and dinner using only the finest ingredients from small, local food entrepreneurs. For the time being the restaurant is closed on Monday and Tuesdays.

Cherry Cricket

Photo by Giacomo Di Franco.

Where: Multiple locations

When: May 29 at 11 a.m.

The Lowdown: Cherry Cricket introduced a new technology for diners to enjoy a touch-free ordering experience while dining in at both the Ballpark and Cherry Creek locations. Customers can access the restaurant’s menu by holding a phone up to the new signage which will open up the menu on the phone’s web browser.

Wynkoop Brewing

Photo Courtesy of Wynkoop Brewing Co. on Facebook

Where: 1634 18th St, Denver

When: May 29 at 11 a.m.

The Lowdown: Wynkoop Brewing has been brewing handcrafted beer for almost three decades underneath one of Denver’s most famous pool halls. The brewery is also utilizing touch-free technology for customers to view the menu to minimize contact.

Bar Dough

Bar Dough

Where: 2227 W 32nd Ave, Denver

When: May 28

The Lowdown: Bar Dough is a modern-rustic Italian spot featuring gourmet wood-fired pizzas, plus pastas, wine, beer and cocktails. The patio is open and reservations can be made via Tock.

Señor Bear

Photo courtesy of Senor Bear

Where: 3301 Tejon St, Denver

When: May 28

The Lowdown: Señor Bear is a contemporary restaurant serving Pan-Latin seafood, small plates, cocktails and more in a trendy setting with a patio.

Mister Oso

Photo by Adrienne Thomas

Where: 3163 Larimer St, Denver

When: May 29

The Lowdown: Mister Oso specializes in Modern Latin American cuisine and features a lively patio where you’ll find tacos, smoked meats and cebiche.

First Draft

Photo Courtesy of First Draft Taproom & Kitchen

Where: 1309 26th St, Denver

When: May 29 at 10 a.m.

The Lowdown: First Draft will have beers and ciders on tap along with canned options and mixed drinks. All drinks will be served tableside.

Poka Loka Social Club

Photo by Kyle Cooper

Where: 1850 Wazee St, Denver

When: June 3 at 4 p.m.

The Lowdown: Poka Loka will be open from Wednesday – Saturday 4- 10 p.m. with happy hour from 4- 6 p.m.

Jax Fish House and Oyster Bar

Photo Courtesy of Jax Fish House and Oyster Bar on Facebook

Where: LoDo and Glendale locations

When: The LoDo location will open on June 3 and the Glendale location will open on June 8

The Lowdown: The entire menu at Jax is Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch approved which showcases the restaurant’s focus on sustainability.

Thirsty Lion Gastropub

Photo courtesy of Thirsty Lion

Where: 1605 Wynkoop St, Denver

When: May 29

The Lowdown: Thirsty Lion is now open for social hour from 3- 6 p.m. followed by dinner service until 9 p.m.

Urban Farmer

Photo by Amanda Piela.

Where: 1659 Wazee St, Denver

When: June 2

The Lowdown: In addition to reopening for dine in Urban Farmer is launching a private dining promotion, also beginning June 2 and available Tuesday – Saturday. For any guests who want to make up for missed celebrations, date nights or other special occasions Urban Farmer is offering the opportunity to book a hotel room at The Oxford as your own personal private dining space.

Dos Santos

Photo by Camille Breslin.

Where: 1475 E 17th Ave, Denverr

When: June 1 at 12 p.m.

The Lowdown: Dos Santos brings flavors of the Yucatan to Denver with tacos, burritos, margaritas and more.

Great Divide Brewery & Roadhouse

Photo courtesy of Great Divide Brewing Co. on Facebook

Where: 215 Wilcox St, Castle Rock

When: June 1

The Lowdown: The large Castle Rock space serves beer from – you guessed it – Great Divide Brewing along with brunch, lunch and dinner that’s sure to keep you full.

Smiley’s BBQ

Photo by Brandon Johnson

Where: 15800 W Colfax Ave, Golden

When: June 3

The Lowdown: Smiley’s BBQ just introduced several burgers to the menu to join the array of BBQ classics like pulled pork, smoked chicken and baked beans.

Frasca Food & Wine

Photo courtesy of Frasca Food & Wine on Facebook

Where: 1738 Pearl St, Boulder

When: June 3

The Lowdown: The Boulder staple will reopen its dining room on June 3 for customers to enjoy the Italian food and wine in person again. Frasca will continue to serve “At Home With” meal kits for those who aren’t ready to dine in the restaurant quite yet.

Pizzeria Locale

Photo Courtesy of Pizzeria Locale on Facebook

Where: 1730 Pearl St, Boulder

When: June 3

The Lowdown: Pizzeria Locale combines the best of Naples, Italy and Colorado to create high quality, handcrafted pizzas in the heart of Boulder.

Rioja

Photography by Glenn Ross

Where: 1431 Larimer St, Denver

When: May 27

The Lowdown: The award-winning restaurant features a menu inspired by Mediterranean ingredients and influenced by local and seasonal products.

Bistro Vendôme

Where: 1420 Larimer St, Denver

When: May 27

The Lowdown: The classic Parisian bistro serves French fare in the heart of Larimer Square. The local, seasonal ingredients pair well with a selection of over 65 French wines.

Stoic & Genuine

Photo courtesy of Stoic & Genuine on Facebook

Where: 1701 Wynkoop St, Denver

When: May 27

The Lowdown: Stoic & Genuine brings a modern perspective to classic seafood dishes.

Ultreia

Photo courtesy of Ultreia

Where: 1701 Wynkoop St #125, Denver

When: May 27

The Lowdown: Ultreia’s shared plate concept merges flavors from Spain and Portugal to create a refined yet exciting menu.

Acova

Photo Courtesy of Acova Restaurant on Facebook

Where: 3651 Navajo St, Denver

When: June 8

The Lowdown: The cozy neighborhood restaurant has something for everyone – cocktails, wine, beer and a diverse menu sure to please.

The Hornet

Photo courtesy of The Hornet on Facebook

Where: 76 Broadway St, Denver

When: June 8

The Lowdown: The Baker neighborhood restaurants has been serving customers everything from avocado toast to short ribs for over 25 years.

Ace Eat Serve

Photo Courtesy of Ace Eat Serve on Facebook

Where: 501 E 17th Ave, Denver

When: June 10

The Lowdown: The modern Asian restaurant serves unique dishes like Wok-Olini, Char Siu Celery Root Bao Buns and Mushroom Phat Thai.

Safta

Photo by Brittni Bell

Where: 3330 Brighton Blvd Ste. 201, Denver

When: June 3

The Lowdown: The Mediterranean style restaurant offers a large menu of shared plates so you can try almost everything on the menu – and you’ll want to.

Hops & Pie

Photo courtesy of Hops & Pie on Facebook

Where: 3920 Tennyson St, Denver

When: June 9

The Lowdown: The neighborhood pizza joint will celebrate its reopening by tapping a key of Belgian Cantillon.

Julep

Photo by Adam Larkey Photography

Where: 3258 Larimer St, Denver

When: June 4

The Lowdown: The RiNo restaurant revamped its menu while shut down and the construction on the block is now complete. New menu items include boucherie boards, pimento cheese beignets and biscuit donut holes.

Sunday Vinyl

Photo by Kori Hazel

Where: 1803 16th St, Denver

When: June 10

The Lowdown: The wine bar pleases guests with vinyl records, an extensive wine list and menu for all occasions.

Tavernetta

Where: 1889 16th St, Denver

When: June 10

The Lowdown: Inspired by the food, wine and culture of Italy, Tavernetta brings la dolce vita style to Denver’s bustling Union Station neighborhood with fresh handmade pastas, an Italian directed wine and spirits list and world-class hospitality.

Habit Carbon

Photo courtesy of Habit Doughnut Dispensary on Facebook

Where: Multiple locations

When: June 8

The Lowdown: The dual-concept cafe and restaurant acts as the Habit doughnut dispensary and cafe on one side and Carbon restaurant & bar on the other.

Room for Milly

Photo by Adrienne Thomas

Where: 1615 Platte St #145, Denver

When: June 4

The Lowdown: Open for reservation-only dining, Room for Milly brings you the handcrafted cocktails you missed so dearly while staying home.

Sherry’s Soda Shoppe

Photo by Adrienne Thomas

Where: 2716 Welton St, Denver

When: June 12

The Lowdown: Named for BTRG owner Joshua Pollack’s late maternal grandmother, Sherry Rosenberg, Sherry’s Soda Shoppe is an old-fashioned creamery with a modern twist. The menu, vibe and decor reflect that of its namesake – Sherry was gracious and charismatic; she welcomed guests into her home with warmth and generosity and was always prepared with an assortment of treats.

Lola Coastal Mexican

Photo by Alden Bonecutter

Where: 1575 Boulder St, Denver

When: June 8

The Lowdown: From small plates to taco boards, Lola uses the freshest ingredients to create delicious, flavorful combinations.

Post Brewing – Rosedale

Photo courtesy of the Post Brewing Company.

Where: 2200 S Broadway, Denver

When: June 9

The Lowdown: Post’s beers range from pilsners and pale ales to IPAs and stouts. Pair a beer with a chicken sandwich, salad or even meatloaf.

SOL Mexican Cocina

Where: 200 Columbine St #110, Denver

When: June 9

The Lowdown: The cuisine at SOL is inspired by the flavors and experiences of coastal Mexico.

Uchi

Photo by Brien Hollowell.

Where: 2500 Lawrence St, Denver

When: June 10

The Lowdown: The sushi restaurant is now open and offering happy hour on Sundays from open to close. Enjoy hand rolls, makimono and nigiri at incredible prices.

Restaurant Olivia

Photo by Alden Bonecutter.

Where: 290 S Downing St, Denver

When: June 18

The Lowdown: Restaurant Olivia is opening reservations for its first month of seatings, starting June 18. Co-owners Heather Morrison, Austin Carson and Ty Leon will greet guests in the dining room with familiar hospitality along with some changes including introducing a four-course and six-course prix-fixe menu with dynamic pricing depending on the day and time of the reservation. Gratuity will be included in the restaurant’s new pricing structure.

The Nickel

Photo Courtesy of The Nickel on Facebook

Where: 1100 14th St, Denver

When: June 12

The Lowdown: Located in the heart of downtown Denver and in the bustling theatre district The Nickel is offering breakfast and an all day menu.

Jill’s

Photo courtesy of Jill’s Restaurant & Bistro on Facebook.

Where: 900 Walnut St, Boulder

When: June 10

The Lowdown: The Terrace at Jill’s is open for all-day service. Guests may order at Jill’s and pick up their orders to enjoy outdoors but indoor seating is also available in Jill’s as well as T-Zero dining spaces.

Broadway Market

Photo by Alden Bonecutter

Where: 950 Broadway, Denver

When: June 12

The Lowdown: Denver’s Broadway Market re-opens on Friday, June 12 for curbside pickup and delivery with a streamlined menu and new cocktail program under the direction of Chef Jesus Silva. Proceeds from opening weekend will be donated to Campaign Zero – a policy-based nonprofit that works to end police violence.

African Grill & Bar

The Dining Hall of African Grill and Bar. Photo by Kyle Cooper.

Where: 955 S Kipling Pkwy, Lakewood

When: June 12

The Lowdown: Unique African homestyle cooking serving Akwaaba plates, Fufu dishes and more.

Ursula Brewing

Photo Courtesy of Ursula Brewery on Facebook

Where: 2101 N Ursula St Unit 10, Aurora

When: June 9

The Lowdown: Ursula Brewing is now open and serving a new Mexican lager called Flatten the Curve

Kokopelli Beer Company

Where: 8931 N Harlan St, Westminster

When: June 12

The Lowdown: Kokopelli Beer Company is the first solely woman-owned and operated brewpub in the state of Colorado offering handcrafted ales and fresh-made food.

Osaka Ramen

Osaka Ramen Kit. Photo by Brittany Werges.

Where: 2611 Walnut St, Denver

When: June 18

The Lowdown: Osaka features a variety of traditional and non-traditional ramen dishes with several kinds of broth, fresh noodles, bento boxes and side dishes. They also have great to-go options, too.

Historian’s Ale House

Historian’s Ale House. Photography by Brent Andeck.

Where: 24 Broadway #102, Denver

When: June 15

The Lowdown: Historian’s offers 40 craft beers on tap, a wide selection of handcrafted cocktails and a menu featuring pub fare that is locally grown and raised including entrees, burgers, sandwiches, salads and appetizers.

RiNo Beer Garden

Where: 3800 Walnut St, Denver

When: June 15

The Lowdown: At RiNo Beer Garden you will find a full bar with 60 taps of respected craft beer from all around the country, house wine, spirits to make handcrafted cocktails and a variety of delicious food that appeals to all appetites.

Death & Co.

Death and Co. Photo by Brittni Warshaw.

Where: 1280 25th St, Denver

When: June 19

The Lowdown: The famed NYC bar’s outpost in Denver is finally re-open for service featuring high-end cocktails and a luxe experience.

North Italia

Where: 190 Clayton Ln, Denver

When: June 11

The Lowdown: The Italian spot is now open for brunch, lunch, dinner and happy hour – which runs 3- 6 p.m. Monday – Friday and all day on Sunday.

The Bindery

Photo courtesy of The Bindery.

Where: 1817 Central St, Denver

When: June 3

The Lowdown: The restaurant has opened up all of its doors to create one large indoor/outdoor dining space. It has fresh herbs & tomatoes growing in the mini greenhouse, plenty of wine, new spring cocktails and new menu items.

Deep Roots Winery

Where: 1516 Wazee St, Denver

When: June 11

The Lowdown: Deep Roots wines are crafted in the roots of family. The wine selection varies from dry whites to bold reds and blends the familiar with the adventurous.

Acorn

acorn, denver

Acorn. Photo by Roman Tafoya.

Where: 3350 Brighton Blvd, Denver

When: June 12

The Lowdown: Acorn an eclectic American restaurant within The Source serving a global menu of small plates. Guests must make a reservation to sit inside or outside.

Oak at Fourteenth

Where: 1400 Pearl St, Boulder

When: June 17

The Lowdown: A stylish neighborhood restaurant featuring local and seasonal new American cuisine.

Corrida

Photo Courtesy of Corrida on Facebook

Where: 1023 Walnut St #400, Boulder

When: June 24

The Lowdown: Serving Northern Spanish fare with an emphasis on wood-fired steak and seafood, Corrida may have one of the best rooftop views in Boulder.

Brider

Photo by Andrew Horton.

Where: 1644 Platte St, Denver

When: June 12

The Lowdown: Brider serves delicious and nutritious rotisserie chicken platters, sandwiches, salads and sides.

The Cruise Room

Photo by Lucy Beaugard

Where: 1600 17th St, Denver

When: June 26

The Lowdown: The Cruise Room will be celebrating the end of “COVID prohibition” beginning this Friday then Tuesday through Saturday fro 5- 11 p.m.

Lou’s Italian Specialties

Photo by Brittni Bell

Where: 3357 N Downing St, Denver

When: June 25

The Lowdown: Lou’s Italian Specialties has extended its hours to include dinner service and will host Friday Burger Nights from 5- 8 p.m., an expanded menu of grocery items and host a socially distanced summer kickoff on June 26 from 5- 8 p.m. on its patio.

Punch Bowl Social

Photo courtesy of Amber Boutwell, Punch Bowl Social

Where: 65 Broadway St, Denver

When: July 1

The Lowdown: Punch Bowl social offers punches, craft beverages – with and without booze – as well as thoughtful food items and endless gaming options in a design-forward atmosphere.

Steuben’s Uptown

Photo courtesy of Steuben’s Uptown on Facebook

Where: 523 E 17 Ave, Denver

When: June 22

The Lowdown: Steuben’s offers classic comfort food in a fun, casual atmosphere inspired by the jazz and blues clubs of 1940’s Boston.

TStreet Roadhouse

Photo Courtesy of Tstreet Roadhouse

Where: 445 S Teller St, Lakewood

When: June 22

The Lowdown: Tstreet is a contemporary, yet casual, kitchen-style gathering place where guests can enjoy tried and true Roadhouse favorites like the famous Roadhouse Burger complemented by more upscale menu items such as fresh oysters.