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Lunch: When it opened in 1997, Palettes was one of the first chef-driven restaurants to be located in a museum. Now a staple at Denver Art Museum, Palette's is one of chef Kevin Taylor's great Denver successes. For one thing, its floor-to-ceiling windows look out on the architectural wonder that is the Frederic C. Hamilton Building, designed by Daniel Libeskind, and that is a fine accompaniment to any meal. Contemporary in focus, Palettes has an excellent brunch menu and a main menu with so many worthy choices it will be hard to decide. Lunch offerings include charbroiled salmon salad, Colorado lamb burger and rock shrimp enchiladas. On the brunch menu: carrot cake French toast, classic benedict and a breakfast burrito. The three-course prix fixe menu is an excellent way to go. Palettes stays open until 8 p.m. on Fridays.

Group Friendly: When it opened in 1997, Palettes was one of the first chef-driven restaurants to be located in a museum. Now a staple at Denver Art Museum, Palette's is one of chef Kevin Taylor's great Denver successes. For one thing, its floor-to-ceiling windows look out on the architectural wonder that is the Frederic C. Hamilton Building, designed by Daniel Libeskind, and that is a fine accompaniment to any meal. Contemporary in focus, Palettes has an excellent brunch menu and a main menu with so many worthy choices it will be hard to decide. Snow crab summer rolls with mango, apple herb salad, gold raisins and peanut ginger coulis? House-made mac & cheese? Seared diver scallops with Brussels sprouts, Parma ham, basil, fingerlings, orange and sweet corn chowder? Palettes stays open until 8 p.m. on Fridays.

Restaurants near Sports Authority Field at Mile High: When it opened in 1997, Palettes was one of the first chef-driven restaurants to be located in a museum. Now a staple at Denver Art Museum, Palette's is one of chef Kevin Taylor's great Denver successes. For one thing, its floor-to-ceiling windows look out on the architectural wonder that is the Frederic C. Hamilton Building, designed by Daniel Libeskind, and that is a fine accompaniment to any meal. Contemporary in focus, Palettes has an excellent brunch menu and a main menu with so many worthy choices it will be hard to decide. Snow crab summer rolls with mango, apple herb salad, gold raisins and peanut ginger coulis? House-made mac & cheese? Seared diver scallops with Brussels sprouts, Parma ham, basil, fingerlings, orange and sweet corn chowder? The three-course prix fixe menu is an excellent way to go. Palettes stays open until 8 p.m. on Fridays.

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Local Expert Becca Blond Says:

Group Friendly: "The three-course prix fixe menu is an excellent way to go, especially if one person is picking up the group tab."

Restaurants near Sports Authority Field at Mile High: "Boasting modern American dishes made with locally sourced and flavorful ingredients, it does special tasting menus created especially for museum exhibits."

Best for Group Friendly Because: There's a private dining room seating up to 60, making this an awesome artsy dinner party venue. The entire restaurant can booked for private parties.

Best for Restaurants near Sports Authority Field at Mile High Because: The weekend champagne brunches are fantastic. Plus the dining room is as impressive as the top-quality food from long established chef Kevin Taylor.

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