Mizuna resonates with quiet conversation. The linen-draped tables and soft yellow dining room perfectly highlight the cuisine, also simple, elegant, ... More
Mizuna resonates with quiet conversation. The linen-draped tables and soft yellow dining room perfectly highlight the cuisine, also simple, elegant, and understated. Chef/owner Frank Bonanno has created a special spot for food lovers here. At Mizuna, cooks are given free creative reign over a menu that changes monthly to emphasize pure, seasonal ingredients with clean flavors that make even the most exotic fare seem familiar. Ultimately, this is an American-style restaurant heavy on French technique, influence, and philosophy with flawless service and an eclectic assortment of international wines.
If I could give 4.5 I would the tasting menu we had this past weekend was just fantastic. From the heirloom tomato soup served chilled to the duck confit and pasta dish that just blew us away. This was the best dining experience we have had in Colorado so far. If you would like to see pictures and a much more detailed review please see my blog at www.milehigheater.blogspot.com