Lunch in Denver might be grab-and-go at The Market at Larimer Square, a power confab at Birdcall or ChoLon Bistro, or simply a reason to sit down and enjoy a simple meal–think Maria Empanada and Olive & Finch. It can be outdoors on a view-sweetened patio, within a cozy and stylish interior exuding European charm, an ethnic eatery serving up unusual fare, or it might be as American as the flakiest biscuits north of the Mason-Dixon line, which is what you get at Denver Biscuit Company, along with southern fried chicken worthy to accompany them. Some restaurants such as Ultreia invite long, slow meals and excellent conversation. Others, including Acorn in the art-centric RiNo district, inspire diners to explore before or after the meal. Best of all, many of Denver's restaurants offer excellent selections of the city's well-known craft brews to complete the dining experience. We've picked our Top 10 lunch spots. Try them all.