Coffered ceilings, stained-glass windows, and mosaic tile floors create a classy feel at this quiet restaurant housed in the 100-year-old Hotel Boulderado. The menu features dishes using seasonal, organic, and sustainably produced ingredients, and the excellent international wine list features a few local vintages as well. Carrot-ginger soup or roasted beet and arugula salad are delightful starters before entrées like roast Colorado rack of lamb. If you're in the mood
to be surprised, try the five-course chef's tasting menu. End on a sweet note with chèvre cheesecake made with local goat cheese.