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225 E 7th Ave Denver, CO 80203
225 East 7th AvenueUSColoradoDenver80203
$$$New American Restaurant, American Restaurant
New American Restaurant
American Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
French Restaurant
Today 5–10PM
Saturday 5–10PMSunday ClosedMonday ClosedTuesday 5–10PMWednesday 5–10PMThursday 5–10PMFriday 5–10PM
Opened in April 2001, Mizuna showcases Frank Bonanno’s dedication to fresh, simple ingredients and seamless service. The menu changes monthly and features dishes that range from local game to peekytoe crab. The fare is imaginative and artistic, but pure, clean flavors render even the most exotic fare familiar. Rated by Zagat’s as one of the top restaurants not just in Colorado, but in the nation, Mizuna is ultimately an American-style restaurant heavy on French technique, influence and philosophy. 
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Chef Frank Bonanno's creative New American cooking paired with fine wines in an intimate room.- Google
"Impeccable service and great food."
"Definitely order the lobster Mac and cheese."
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William Person
in the last week
This is a great restaurant with comfortable environment. The Mac and cheese was the reason why I got here. The waiter was attentive and helpful. Definitely be back.
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Robert McGrath
8 months ago
Great restaurant with comfortable ambience. Good was great although I liked the appetizer the best. Lobster Mac and cheese is the thing to get here. Get a double portion and have it for your entree!
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Frank Provenzano
4 months ago
Impeccable service and great food.
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Jared Goodman
8 months ago
Consistently great food, have never gone wrong with a visit to Mizuna. Denver has a lot of great food options, but not a ton of fine dining choices, which Mizuna provides.
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D Bennett
a week ago
We use to enjoy Mizuna. Wow, what a terrible change. Wait staff were blase, food was medicre and wine pairings were off. Take our advice, spend your money elsewhere!!
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Kayla B
11 months ago
If I could give mizuna 10 stars I would!! This restaurant is definitely one of the best places I've ever eaten at! My boyfriend and I came here on a date and was very impressed on the service, food, drinks, and the atmosphere. As we were looking at the menu I noticed that the majority of it contained shellfish, which I am highly allergic to, we told our server and he was very willing to work with us and showed me different options I could eat. I ended up having the veal tenderloin, which I have never tried before and it was amazing!! The staff at mizuna were very busy but never neglected to fill empty water glasses or clear dishes from the table. Everyone there was very polite and professional. We loved our experience at mizuna and we will definitely be returning!!
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David McGuire
11 months ago
Best restaurant experience in Denver so far. My girlfriend and I went here for our anniversary and were treated with the upmost respect and courtesy. The knowledge and etiquette of the staff went way above and beyond our expectations and we felt very comfortable during the entire experience. The food was five star, with very impressive seafood, for anywhere, not just this beautifully landlocked state. My girlfriend and I plan on returning to Mizuna to enjoy the seafood again as well as experiment with some new dishes while bringing friends and family to enjoy this fantastic establishment and all it has to offer. Couldn't say more, A+ and five stars.
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Doug Anderson
5 years ago
The trick to fine dining in Denver is to make an 8pm reservation. By then, the rush is done and you get the full attention of waiter and kitchen.....and there are plenty of people around you until they start leaving which gives you plenty of "quiet conversation" time. I didn't realize that the chef trained under Thomas Keller till reading a review here. 6 of us dined and everything was fabulous.


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