18 "LoHi"Restaurants in Denver.
One of Denver's most-hyped openings of 2016 actually lives up to the hype. Pizza and pasta for days.
An excellent choice for special occasions, Spuntino is all about great pasta and wine.
Wooden Spoon is a LoHi bakery doing amazing things with breakfast - specifically breakfast sandwiches.
On weekdays from 11am-3pm, Rooster sets up shop in LoHi’s Old Major with a limited but excellent menu of sandwiches. Get the burger.
If you’re going to do Old Major, do it for an afternoon happy hour on the patio.
Denver seems to love it's upscale comfort food, and we like it too. We also like Lou's patio in the warmer months. Hit it for brunch, and hit it for fried chicken.
Take a break from the standard farm-to-table spots around town and hit up this bistro beer garden for brunch... and everything else.
We don't typically review coffee shops, but we do when they have good food. Black Eye Coffee will hook you up for more than just a beverage.
Duo needs an intervention. What used to be one of Denver's best, has lost its inspiration...
Ale House’s great patio and actually good bar food have made it the unofficial drinking hub in LoHi.
Postino in LoHi is the type of wine bar we can get behind: good prices, some food, and a great patio.
El Five’s tapas in the Lower Highlands are pricey but great. And the view makes them even better.