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Bon Appétit: French restaurants in Denver

If you’re in the mood for the full Parisian experience, you cannot have that without French food. Here are a few dining experiences in Denver to check out.

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717 17th Street

Less than five blocks from the Denver Performing Arts Complex, French75 is a casual French bistro with a show-stopping open kitchen from Bonanno Concepts. Check out this video of  Chef Alec Bruno demonstrating their Spring Pea Risotto.

Bonus tip: They will give you a free glass of Prosecco if you show your theatre ticket.

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Bistro Vendome (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2014)

Bistro Vendome

2267 Kearney Street

Place Vendôme, considered a favorite among Parisians, is a renowned historic square located in the heart of Paris. Once you set foot in the charming Bistro Vendôme in Park Hill, you see exactly why they are Denver’s version of said Parisian gem.

Fun fact: They’ll be showing French and food movies on selected Monday nights in the dining room.

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Chez Maggy

Chez Maggy

1616 Market Street

Described as where a French brasserie meets Mile High style, Michelin starred chef Ludo Lefebvre pays homage to his Denver family by creating a unique approach to classic French cuisine using elements and ingredients native to Colorado.

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LeRoux Denver. Photo by OCN Eats


LeRoux Denver

1510 16th Street

L’Amour is in the air. “With exquisite European bistro fare on the table and twinkling crystal chandeliers hanging above, gorgeously appointed… LeRoux is one of the most romantic restaurants in town. Reserve the curved back booth for the privacy it affords and a great view of the marble-topped bar and front dining area.” – 5280 Magazine

Pop the champagne for some of our restaurant partners:

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Prelude and Post

  • Corner Office – Enjoy a glass of bubbles with their beignets (with chocolate fudge ganache).
  • Edge – Recently remodeled, this is a stunning place to enjoy their Hugo Spritz (Prosecco, St. Germain, soda water and mint).
  • Range – Inside the Renaissance Denver Downtown Hotel at the historic Colorado National Bank, they offer both the vibes and Confit de Canard (Duck Confit Poutine) fit for The Duke of Monroth.
  • Prelude & Post – Bohemians can take in the tapas style menu for a social dining experience. You can even grab cocktails and bring them right to your seats!

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