Top Nine Restaurants in Denver - Page 2

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La Sandia North Stapleton
Any restaurant with the name Richard Sandoval attached to it is certainly not to be overlooked, and North Stapleton’s La Sandia is no exception. Lively and upbeat, La Sandia is praised for its Mexican fusion specialties and hand-crafted cocktails. Along with the savory fare, La Sandia is home to an impressive tequila bar, which boasts over 150 agave-based spirits.
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Cholon Bistro
Named after the largest Chinese-influenced food market in Vietnam, ChoLon Bistro promises big flavors from its eclectic Pan-Asian menu. Here, celebrated Chef Lon Symensma creates innovative twists on traditional Asian specialties, earning himself and ChoLon Bistro national acclaim. ChoLon Bistro couples its flavorful fare with an award-winning wine list and creative cocktails to make it a Denver dining must.
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Vita
Helmed by Executive Chef William Lavey, this stylish-yet-whimsical eatery boasts unique and contemporary American fare speckled with Mediterranean influence. Vita’s inventive menu is coupled with an energetic dining room and an exquisite wine list that has been impressing locals and critics alike since its opening. Whether dining out for a special occasion or just looking for a flavorful meal, Vita is sure to impress.
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Best Hotels in Denver

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Hotel Teatro
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#3
The Ritz-Carlton, Denver
$497
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#4
JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek

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