All 5 star licensed eating places and bars in Denver

A look at the Platte Street Bar Roomy for Milly, a Denver 5-star rated bar. (Provided by Room for Milly)

As of March 3, Denver has approved 5-star certified companies to operate with Level Blue capacities and restrictions for the state’s COVID-19 dial.

What does that mean? Companies that have been screened by the city for advanced health and safety protocols can operate at higher capacities indoors and at later last call times.

From Level Yellow (where uncertified companies stay) to Blue, diners at Denver restaurants shouldn’t notice much of a difference. Dining rooms should still have tables 6 feet apart and only be 50% occupied.

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However, larger restaurants below Level Blue can seat up to 175 people (previously it was a maximum of 50), and the largest rooms can accommodate up to 225 people (previously 175).

The biggest change you will notice across the board? The last call is on the blue level until midnight (11 p.m. previously under yellow). However, be sure to check with each restaurant for hours and minutes.

Here is a list of the 5 star certified restaurants and bars in Denver. We will update it regularly.

But of course, just because you can drink in some establishments later doesn’t mean you should loosen your own safety precautions when going out, according to health officials and restaurant staff.

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5 star certified restaurants and bars in Denver

  • Atomic cowboy
  • Moment wine
  • Bang to the elephant
  • Barolo Grill
  • Bigsby’s Folly Winery & Restaurant
  • Blake Street Tavern
  • Blue Moon Brewery
  • Brothers Bar (Denver and Northfield)
  • Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
  • canopy
  • Carboy winery
  • Choppers sports grill
  • Ugly coyote parlor
  • Dae Gee Korean BBQ
  • Del Friscos Grill (Cherry Creek)
  • Denver Chophouse & Brewery
  • Denver milk market
  • Dive Inn
  • Aquarium in the city center
  • The pirate coconut
  • El Five
  • FlyteCo brows
  • Gas lamp
  • Gyu-Kaku Japanese grill restaurant
  • Hamburger Mary
  • Hapa Sushi Grill and Sake Bar
  • Happy Camper Pizzeria
  • Ivy on the 7th.
  • Illegal Pete’s (Colfax, Northside and Park Hill)
  • Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar
  • Kachina Cantina
  • Kona Grill (Cherry Creek)
  • Watermelon
  • The joys # 1
  • Le Bilboquet
  • Lola
  • Lou’s Food Bar
  • lucky Strike
  • Menya pasta stick
  • Mile high station
  • Mimosa’s Urban Eatery
  • Milwaukee St. Tavern
  • narrative
  • New York Deli News
  • Noble uprising
  • nocturne
  • Ocean Prime
  • Olive Garden (Northfield)
  • Osaka ramen
  • Osteria Marco
  • Outback Steakhouse (E. 40th Ave.)
  • Restaurant dishes
  • Poka Lola Social Club
  • Rebrow (rosedale)
  • Relationship Beerworks
  • Olivia restaurant
  • big River
  • Rock Bottom Brewery (16th St.)
  • Rodizio Grill (Wynkoop St.)
  • Place for Milly
  • Roosevelt Co.
  • Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse (15th St.)
  • Salt & Mill
  • Seven grand
  • Snooze (DTC)
  • Sports pillar
  • STK steakhouse
  • Stoney’s (Golden Triangle and Uptown)
  • Sushi-Rama (RiNo and DTC)
  • Syrup (18th St.)
  • Tables
  • Tamayo
  • Texas de Brazil (Northfield)
  • Texas Roadhouse (Northfield)
  • The black box
  • The Cherry Cricket (Cherry Creek and Ballpark)
  • The porch
  • The goods route 40
  • The Infinite Monkey Theorem
  • The pig and the scion
  • Toro Latin Kitchen & Lounge
  • True food cuisine
  • Vesper lounge
  • Viewhouse (baseball stadium)
  • Vital root
  • Wahoo’s (Colorado Blvd. and Northfield)
  • Whole Sol (Raleigh St.)
  • Wynkoop Brewing
  • Your mother’s house

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