Are you searching for the finest restaurants in Denver, Colorado? Look no further! Recently, the Michelin Guide honored 18 eateries in the city with stars. Among the most noteworthy are five establishments that have just earned a single star. The Michelin Guide organization, which rates Colorado restaurants for the first time this year, did not disappoint and awarded a single star to five restaurants in Denver, Boulder and Aspen. The award-winning restaurants include Beckon, Brutø and The Wolf's Tailor from Denver.
All of these eateries have been independently chosen by the editors of Condé Nast Traveler and evaluated by a local collaborator who visited that restaurant. James Beard Award-winning Tyson Cole chose Denver for his first restaurant outside of Texas because he was drawn to the city's lifestyle. In homage to that local history, chef and owner Tommy Lee took the name of this modern Chinese restaurant in RiNo. Located in the River North Arts District, this contemporary restaurant offers quarterly menus featuring seasonal favorites.
Brimming with activity from early in the morning until bedtime, this ambitious and inviting café, bakery and restaurant is both a neighborhood gathering place for all ages and a civilized haven for adults. Another contemporary Denver restaurant provides an up-close experience where guests can watch every step of the culinary process. Michelin also compiled a list of recommended restaurants across the state, such as Safta, Noisette, Restaurant Olivia, Dio Mio, Fruition, Hey Kiddo, Marco's Coal Fired and Zoe Ma Ma, among many others. Condé Nast Traveler does not offer medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. The information published by Condé Nast Traveler is not intended to replace medical advice and you should not take any action before consulting a health professional.