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A nice night out with delicious food is what you'll get at Panzano, an Italian restaurant located in Denver. With a menu that is as elegant as its decor - the vaulted ceilings are impressive and plush, metallic chairs decorate the room - Panzano has gained its good name from such delectable dishes as the Pastiche, a pasta dish layered with spicy meatballs, cheese, ragu and cinnamon custard. Complete your meal with a delicious cocktail or a glass of wine from their extensive alcohol list.
Rioja, this eatery on Larimer Street has an intimate feel to it. Glass fixtures, a unique bar with a copper-topped surface, and the serene ambiance lend it a relaxing air. Appetizers include Steamed Manila Clams and Mint-Grilled Shrimp. Among the main courses you can opt for a Chilled Gazpacho Soup or a Roasted Beet Salad. The Muscovy Duck Two Ways and the Grilled Hanger Steak come highly recommended. You can also seat yourself outdoors on the charming little patio – a perfect way to dine on a balmy Denver night.
Charlie Brown's is one of Denver's most diverse establishments. The bar has been a sanctuary for the Capitol Hill area for more than 35 years. Paul "Paulie" Lopez pounds out tunes on the piano, making it one of the only places in the city where young urban hipsters nestle up to the Sinatra crowd, sharing beer and bourbon over song. This is quite possibly the largest menu in the city. It covers everything: Greek, American, Mexican, Italian and more. The gyros are favorites, and the steak and lobster are the best deals in the city. The expansive patio is a definite hotspot on summer evenings.
Have you been wanting to take a trip to Europe in search of a pleasant diner? Well, with interiors designed to look like a medieval European castle and authentic modern European cuisine to match, Ya Ya's Euro Cafe is right in your neighborhood! The fuss-free Mediterranean cuisine at Ya Ya's guarantees a steady influx of curious diners. The mussels, oysters, squids and meat are all fresh and unsullied produces. Try specials like Trout Amandine, Short Rib Stroganoff, Diver Sea Scallops and more. Their beautiful outdoor patio is a great place to dine and they can even make room for private dinners and parties.
Named after an Italian wheat known for its toasty and nutty flavor, Farro is a neighborhood restaurant serving authentic Italian food in a warm and inviting ambiance. The affordable prices, tasty dishes, family friendly environment has garnered quite a fan following amongst the locals of Centennial, all thanks to chef-owner and fellow Centennial, Matthew Franklin. Cheers!