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3350 Brighton Blvd (Brighton Blvd)
Denver, CO 80216
(720) 542-3721
New American
$ $ $
Mon–Sat: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Sun: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM

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  • If you're blonde and wearing a bedazzled sweater, at least one of the waiters may falsely make the gross assumption that a scotch drink is not what you're interested in.
  • The wood-fired modern American cooking and the elevated craft cocktail program at Acorn have made a splash in Denver since the restaurant's opening. The restaurant also started serving lunch.
  • Get the Farmer's Market Salad, and the Crispy Egg and Applewood Smoked Bacon Salad. The Oak Grilled Eggplant is a must.
  • Apple Kale salad is excellent.
  • Across the Atlantic
  • Fantastic time, good friends, excellent food
  • Amazing cocktails. Food is very good but the portions are a little on the small side, especially the duck.
  • So good. So cool. So trendy. So Denver. Hipsters welcome.
  • The tastiest pulled pork I have ever had.
  • Overall, delicious food; inventive dishes. Lunchtime prices are reasonable - $12-16 for a main dish. Skip the fried pickles, they're not worth it.
  • Loved this place. Great food and drink! It's like Chelsea Market in Denver!
  • Great pork pasole on special
  • Friendly staff, a nice patio, and a decent menu. The BLT was not a BLT, it had super thick bacon and pork and no lettuce. The grilled cheese was amazing though. It was easy to get a table.
  • Delicious food! Can't go wrong with anything on their menu
  • Overall decent food. Definitely not worth the price, though.
  • Seafood was fantastic, both our trout and razor clam ceviche were highlights
  • This River North eatery has an eye on sustainable/seasonal ingredients and a top-notch beer and wine selection.
  • Tasty but overpriced.
  • The tots are outta this world.
  • Acorn has become such a well-deserved destination for dining and cocktails, it's easy to forget that the kitchen serves up a distinctive menu of lunch dishes.