In such a challenging time, we understand that lately you may need a break. Our team at Corken + Company has a list of Denver date night restaurants to be helpful for such an escape. Whether you’re on the hunt for the perfect first date locale or in need of a parents’ night out without kids, these places are sure to set a romantic backdrop that can’t be beat!
3701 N. Williams St.
Brasserie Brixton leans into romance and transports its diners to Paris with a charming, modern space, its relaxed atmosphere, and exacting dishes. Sit at the marble-topped bar or chef’s counter for small plates that were designed to be shared, like miso carrots and steak tartare. Go for a touch of sweetness before calling it a night with plates like the ricotta doughnuts. Brixton’s weekend brunch is just as fabulous, thanks to sourdough pancakes and a.m. burgers.
1111 14th St.
Edge, the upscale restaurant inside the Four Seasons Denver, is where you take a date to impress. With great food and exceptional service, it will make you both feel like royalty. Start with one of their seasonal craft cocktails and the oysters du jour before indulging yourself in the Wagyu beef cooked right at your table on a hot stone. Have fun picking out which of the fancy mac and cheeses (there are five) and sides you’re going to share. Pro tip: Save room for one of the expertly crafted desserts.
3316 Tejon St.
When the warm weather arrives, there’s nothing like sitting under the lights on the patio at Fifth String . The energy behind the back-lit bar, intertwined with the atmosphere of LoHi creates the sense that you’re in the middle of the excitement of a city. Chef and owner, Amos Watts’ menu, showcases his fine-dining expertise alongside his Nebraska roots. Start your meal with house-made bread with beef tallow, and then prepare for the three-course prix-fixe menu.
1520 Blake St.
Entering Jovanina’s Broken Italian feels like you’re walking toward a private dining retreat. The downtown eatery’s Prohibition-style lounge—has a very intimate vibe. Libations are served from a roving cart, and many of the dishes are perfectly cooked in their wood-fired oven, like the oysters and pizzas. You won’t want to miss any of the handmade pastas either. If you’re not ready to call it an evening, saunter over to the nearby Cruise Room or Cooper Lounge for a nightcap.
1330 27th St.
Experience the true art of jazz music as you dine at at RiNo’s Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club. Make reservations for dinner and a show at the restored, brick-walled warehouse and you’ll enjoy a full performance alongside a three-course meal. Enjoy plates like cider-braised pork belly and sweet potato pilaf. The performances provide plenty to talk about…and an excuse to pause the conversation if you need one.
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