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7 Colorado restaurants named among nation's most romantic

Posted: 1:41 PM, Feb 12, 2017
Updated: 2017-02-12 22:32:52-05
7 Colorado restaurants named among nation's most romantic

DENVER -- Surprising that special someone on Valentine's Day has its challenges, especially when it comes to choosing a restaurant for the occasion.

Here are the 7 most romantic spots we found in Colorado, based on  OpenTable's 100 most romantic restaurants in America  for 2017.  

1. Carlos’ Bistro (Colorado Springs) – Continental cuisine

The owner’s of Carlos’ Bistro promise an unforgettable experience as soon as pull into the parking lot. You’ll be personally greeted by the owners, Carlos and Marcia, and as soon as they have escorted you into the dining room, you’ll will see why they're renowned for their exceptional customer service and tantalizing menu.

Check out their menu and make a reservation .

Style: Fine Dinning | OpenTable overall rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars

2. Chimney Park (Windsor) – Contemporary American

Chimney Park Restaurant and Bar has a warm and inviting atmosphere combined with a straightforward approach to cuisine. The menu reflects seasonality and items produced within the region. Exceptional service and an award winning wine program will assure you an outstanding dining experience, according to OpenTable.

Check out their menu and make a reservation .

Style: Casual elegant | OpenTable overall rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars

3. Flagstaff House (Boulder) - American

Run by the Monette family, the Flagstaff House combines a multi-award winning wine list from their 15,000 bottle wince cellar, French-American cuisine and impeccable service, according to their website.

The restaurant is built into a mountainside and overlooks the city of Boulder at an elevation of 6,000 feet offering magnificent views of the mountain wildlife all around.

Check out their menu and make a reservation .

Style: Fine dining | OpenTable overall rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars

4. Gabriel’s Restaurant (Sedalia) – Italian

Housed in the Victorian Manhart home, which was built at the turn of the 20th Century and converted into Gabriel’s Restaurant in 1985, this elegant Italian restaurant offers more than just an entrée in the quaint town of Sedalia, located about 30 minutes south of Denver.

Gabriel’s also offers an extensive wine list to compliment any dinner.

Check out their menu and make a reservation .

Style: Fine dining | OpenTable overall rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars

5. Penrose Room - The Broadmoor (Colorado Springs) – Contemporary French

Since 1961, the historic Penrose Room has been known as one of the Rocky Mountain region's top destinations for classic fine dining, according to OpenTable.

The Penrose Room treats guests to well-mannered hospitality and exceptional cuisine with a stunning backdrop of Cheyenne Mountain.

Check out their menu and make a reservation .

Style: Fine dining | OpenTable overall rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars

6. Ski Tip Lodge (Keystone) – American

This former 1800’s stagecoach stop was transformed into a cozy bed and breakfast that now boasts some of the best food this side of the Continental Divide, according to the Keystone Resort website.

OpenTable has listed the Ski Tip Lodge in its lost of the Top 100 Restaurants in America.

Check out their menu and make a reservation .

Style: Fine dining | OpenTable overall rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars

7. Pepper Tree Restaurant (Colorado Springs) – Steakhouse

Sitting on a hilltop, the Pepper Tree Restaurant has one of the most breathtaking views of Colorado Springs and has been a fine dining tradition since 1983.

Serving steaks, seafood, lamb, veal and much more, the Pepper Tree is legendary for impeccable cuisine, ambiance and service, according to OpenTable.

Check out their menu and make a reservation .

Style: Fine dining | OpenTable overall rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars

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