Who's ready for an epic road trip? There are tons of food spots in the city, but these unique Colorado restaurants are worth the drive from Salt Lake. Get your playlist ready and prepare for the coolest foodie adventure of a lifetime.
You can pretend you're Alice and dine down the rabbit hole or relax in paradise with tiki-themed decor and drinks.
There's even a speakeasy hidden behind bookshelves if you're looking for a moody nightcap.
Whether you're going for the food, drinks, or super cool decor, these places are worth visiting.
Lancelot Restaurant is perfect if you want to eat surrounded by European charm, and it's all without needing a passport.
The Rabbit Hole
Cuisine: New American
Address: 101 N. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, CO
Why You Need To Go: You can dine down the rabbit hole for a truly unique date night.
Williams & Graham
Address: 3160 Tejon St., Denver, CO
Why You Need To Go: The entrance to this speakeasy with small bites is hidden behind bookshelves.
Cuisine: Steak House
Address: 201 E. Gore Creek Dr., Vail, CO
Why You Need To Go: Located in Vail Village, this spot is filled with European charm.
Address: 2030 W. 30th Ave., Denver, CO
Why You Need To Go: This food spot is inside a converted mortuary for real-life Halloween thrills.
My Neighbor Felix
Address: 1801 Central St., Denver, CO
Why You Need To Go: 56 ounces of margarita for you to down by yourself or with your BFF.
Address: 218 S. Broadway, Denver, CO
Why You Need To Go: Think tiki decor and boozy drinks reminiscent of a tropical getaway.
Bang Up To The Elephant
Address: 1310 Pearl St., Denver, CO
Why You Need To Go: The menu is all-vegan, plus, you can taste your way through the Caribbean.
Which one will you visit first?