Comfort Suites Golden West on Evergreen Parkway
29300 US Highway 40
Evergreen, CO 80439
Phone: (303) 526-2000
Fax: (303) 526-0330
Since 1948 this rustic restaurant with its neon script sign along Interstate 70 has been a Colorado dining landmark. The log cabin-like interior is lined with huge picture windows, furnishing stunning views of the Continental Divide. Prime rib is the reigning superstar of the menu. In addition the menu offers other items like buffalo meatloaf, elk medallions, trout and swordfish to name a few. The wine list is both diverse and high-end. The Wednesday night Prime Rib buffet is very popular.
If you are planning a visit to The Black Hat Cattle Co., then ensure you call and reserve a patio seat. No point in reaching over there and brooding that you missed out on some gorgeous seating! This place has excellent food and service. You can very well expect a personal greeting from the owner himself, who will come by to check on your meal!
Never a disappointing visit to Willow Creek Restaurant. Perfectly located in the mountains and overlooking Evergreen Lake, this place makes for a perfect romantic meal. The food is reasonably priced and the portions are decent. The food served is fresh and flavorful. The service staff is helpful at helping you pick out the right dishes. A must-stop by restaurant while in Evergreen.
Briarwood Inn is a traditional American restaurant. The food is served in the elegant atmosphere and also offers some great selection of wines.
Walk in for a social afternoon tea at The Briarwood Inn. Serving tea for over 3 decades now, the tea menu here has a global selection. Also available are scones and sandwiches.
At the Bridgewater Grill, you can try some traditional American meals. Located inside the The Golden Hotel, the restaurant is well-known for its excellent service. Choose to dine on the patio and enjoy the gorgeous view of the mountain foothills and clear creek. For dessert, the house favorite is the deep dish apple pie or the cherry cobbler.
Back in the mid-1800s when Colorado was making the big leap from being a territory into lofty state status, Golden was designated as the state's first capitol. The original capitol building, constructed in 1861, now houses this restaurant. The dining gem contains enough historical heirlooms and information to almost qualify it for museum status. The menu has a definite southwestern lean and can be described as "one that has something for everybody." Ribs, steaks and sandwiches are the popular choices. Call for opening hours.
Are you bored of eating similar cuisines all the time? How about trying something different? The Sherpa House Restaurant serves Nepalese, Sherpa, Indian and Tibetan food. Delicious and a great change. Try out the garlic naans, chicken makhani and the pakodas. Some of the food could be hot, so check before you order.
At Grappa Bistro, you will be served with a cuisine that is a delicious blend of French, Italian and Spanish. The wine pairing is really good, with wines sourced globally. If you enjoy a dinner with a view, then the patio would be the perfect spot! Known for great desserts, try out the chocolate fondant cake with pistachio gelatto and the chocolate mousse.
Indulge Bistro & Wine Bar is a sophisticated American wine bar which is a local favorite joint. They have delicious food on their menu out of which the Wood-Fired Flatbread Pizzas and Goat Cheese Peppers are absolutely delicious.
For a European continental meal, walk into The Bistro. An old lodge from the 1920s, the place still retains the old-world charm. Besides the food, the service here is exceptionally good. You can be assured of special attention from your server, who will be both knowledgeable and friendly. Considering the ambiance and the location, this place makes for a great romantic meal!
Sushi Uokura, located near the Colorado School of Mines at the edge of Lakewood and Golden, may be out of the way, but it is one of the most popular Asian restaurants in the Denver area. Consistently voted one of Denver's best sushi restaurants, Sushi Uokura serves nothing but Japanese seafood in a lovely, soothing atmosphere, complete with fountains, patio, and a tiny indoor koi pond. Take out is also available, but the dine-in experience is even better than the food. The chef is a nationally renowned sushi expert and watching him prepare your dishes is fascinating and fun. Fans of Japanese food would be hard-pressed to find a better place than Sushi Uokara in Denver.