Developed for those who love being fed and inspired by family recipes, this restaurant has been a favorite here in Denver. It's historic home setting makes dining indoors very appealing and the food remains excellent. A traditional serving of chips and homemade salsa start off each meal. The main course includes Mexican standards of enchiladas, tacos and rellenos. They even share some of the secrets with recipes for green chili guacamole are written inside the menu. Hearty food, steady beverage flow and happy servers made this a great choice when dining out with family or friends.
Housed in a cozy Victorian cottage, this café is small but stylish and serves contemporary American cuisine. The innovative and imaginative menus, all handwritten, are planned on a daily basis according to the selection at the market and abound with fish and salad choices. Many of the items are seasoned with homegrown herbs from the front garden. The interior setting of wall murals and fresh flowers, also from the garden, create one of Denver's truly 'this-is-refreshingly-different' dining atmospheres.
Bang! serves some great home-cooking, but with only a scattering of tables inside, seats are sometimes hard to find. The short, 10-item entrée menu seems sparse but allows cooks Jeff Oakley and Cissy Yin to serve masterful creations. The Meatloaf is superb and comes atop a pile of homemade mashed potatoes. Its thick and tasty hamburger is one of the best in the city. The soups are worthy of attention and are almost too pretty to eat. Special Cajun creations sometimes complement the regular menu (which can be found online at the official website).
Occupying a clover-colored store front and brimming with humble furnishings, including church pews, the Mead Street Station knows exactly what it takes to be a neighborhood meeting place: good conversation and good beer. Kick back to live jazz and blues on most nights. The place also has a healthy display of western paintings. For appetizers, try the delicious Mead St. Mussels and Artichoke Dip. There are many kinds of homemade soups including chili. The Dublin Fish and Chips are a must. Steaks, sandwiches, pastas and burgers are also available.
What began as a small, neighborhood corner ice cream parlor has evolved into a full-fledged deli. Started by a couple of Brooklyn transplants looking for the flavors of home, this deli comes with a heavy dose of New York flavor and a bit of New York attitude. Start with the Brooklyn Breakfast Sandwich, piled with cheese, eggs and a choice of meat. The deli also has 31 sandwiches, including meatloaf, and in true New York fashion sells Sabrett Hot Dogs. There are also an array of desserts, and a full selection of coffee and espresso drinks.
Visit this place for classic dishes with a sophisticated twist. This funky, modern-furniture-filled eatery is relatively new, but has already earned a steady following of fans hungry for fresh mixed green salads, pastas and sandwiches. The mustard and brie pasta with chicken especially enjoys huge popularity. Grab a table on the tiny patio, or in the stylish lime-green dining room. Reservations are not accepted, so plan on waiting for a table if visiting for dinner on a weekend night.
One of the known cabaret clubs in Denver, La Boheme Gentlemen's Cabaret is rival to many clubs in Denver. With 6 stages and over 100 performers the cabaretainment never stops here. La Boheme offers an extensive selection of wines, great food and equally good cabarets. It also hosts bachelors parties, contests and more.
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Breakfast, lunch or dinner. You will surely not be disappointed with whatever meal you choose at the Vivace! Ristorante. Located inside the Renaissance Denver Hotel, the restaurant serves an all-American breakfast spread. The Italian menu takes over for lunch and dinner. Service staff is friendly and attentive.
Newbarry's is a low key restaurant that has been serving classic American diner fare to the neighborhood for ages. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available all day long at great prices, making this a perfect place to bring the whole family. Typical diner seating fills the place, including lots of counter stools and cozy booths. Hearty steaks, seafood and fried chicken are the dinner mainstays, but the pancakes and rice pudding steal the show. Kids can even have a tasty bowl of oatmeal.
GB Fish and Chips is Denver's only completely authentic British eatery; after all, it doesn't come more authentic than an inexpensive fish and chips joint! Decorated with Union Jacks and references to famous British pop culture, GB Fish and Chips may not be the most luxurious establishment but if you have a hankering for fantastic fries and breaded fish, nothing will hit the spot better than this. The dishes are served with vinegar rather than ketchup, though ketchup is available on request, the staff is friendly, and the cost even cheaper than in Britain. GB Fish and Chips is hardly health food but it makes for great comfort food! - Sabrina Zirakzadeh
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