This is a top spot for a terrific lunch buffet at a "can-this-be-true" price. The stately buffet table sports a large variety of classic Indian dishes including curries, Tandoori and authentic Indian bread. Its LoDo location makes it popular with the business crowd for both lunch and dinner. The brass accents add flair to the decor, and private booths make for perfect spots to exchange coy glances over scrumptious food on romantic dates.
Voted best steak by the Denver Post five years running, this place has an impressive list of national awards longer than Denver is high. Conveniently located in historic downtown, this steakhouse serves a classy presentation with an eye for detail and a reputation for huge portions. If beef is not your choice there are seafood options such as Maine lobster and Shrimp Alexander. Matching the large entree portions in size are its martinis which are large enough to ride a jet ski in.
Amidst all the tony restaurants and pulsing dance rooms on Larimer Street this gourmet deli lends a nice change of pace. Plank floors, wooden shelves filled with tea and coffee, and old-counters give it a look and feel more suited to the 1940s, but in a mysteriously hip way. The outdoor sidewalk tables are perfect perches for people watching. Pastry, bagels and breakfast burritos are popular morning choices. The lunch and dinner menu offers a variety of hot and cold sandwiches, and fresh deli salads.
This family owned pizzeria is a real find. Pictures lining the wall trace the owner's family history, and old record jackets from the 1970s and 1960s hold the menu. You can choose from an array of innovative, thin crust specialty pizzas, including the all veggie Berkley, or build your own creation. Calzones and pasta round out the menu. Beer and wine are available. The hours listed are tentative, because the owners like to say they close when they get tired.
Swanky and stylish, Jax Fish House is a popular after-work gathering spot for the business crowd and with fans heading over to Coors Field for a Rockies game. It is also the place for downing a few raw oysters. The restaurant is always jumping with energy (i.e. loud) and may not suit those in search of a quiet meal. The appetizers feature both hot and cold selections including tasty Blue Crab Cakes. The Chipotle Charred Ahi Tuna and Grilled Hawaiian Escolar are two of the more popular dinner entrees. Happy Hours are from 4p-6p daily.
Vesta is a sensory experience in taste, sight, simplicity and art. Located in LoDo, and often considered the area's best restaurant, the sleek spot is a popular destination for romance. Specializing in grilling over an open fire, Vesta brings an array of dishes to the table, all ready for dipping in a selection of sauces which range from chutneys to salsas. The restaurant has a knack for taking something ordinary and giving it pizzazz. Try out the flavorful Ginger Chile Seared Tuna, or Ponzu Grilled Atlantic Salmon. Meat lovers will find solace in the Grilled Beef Tenderloin.
Located in a spacious renovated warehouse, this popular brewpub is a mere baseball throw from Coors Field and is a good place for pre-game festivities and post-game celebrations. Carrying on the tradition of its original mountain location, the pub offers a sporty atmosphere with friendly service. The menu features all of the pub classics including burgers, salads and steaks. In addition, guests can watch the brewing and bottling process at work and sample a selection of the five home brews, including the ever popular Avalanche Ale and Oatmeal Stout.
A hot spot for singles, Crocs brims with energy. On the weekends, it clears out the tables in the backroom for dancing. A DJ spins everything from techno sounds to '80s greats. The joint was one of the first in the area to have the exposed brick wall loft look, and the mammoth crocodile hanging above the bar makes for an interesting drinking topic. The menu offers Mexican fare such as burritos and tortas as well as special dishes like Shrimp Diablo and Cilantro-Jalapeno Cream Pasta. There are burgers and sandwiches too. The full bar includes microbrews.
When you step into Mexico City Cafe and Lounge restaurant and cantina, the staff makes you feel right at home. Located down the street from Coors Field, the small place tends to fill up on game days and during lunchtime as more and more people are discovering this hidden gem. It serves authentic Mexican delights and you will definitely enjoy the steak or chicken tacos piled with melted cheese. They might be deep fried and greasy, but the taste is worth the calories. The restaurant also offers breakfast burritos, enchiladas, burgers and several different types of beer on tap.
Located just 50 yards from the Pepsi Center, this bar is very popular with sports fans before and after the games. Two bar areas provide lots of space to drink and roam about, and the 73-inch, high-definition screen displays are great for watching games. Bar fare fills the menu with tasty appetizers including an excellent steak sampler. Predictable burgers and sandwiches comprise the dinner selection, but the Pulled Pork sandwich is a good choice. Aged prime rib comes in three variations.
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