Two brothers from England traveled America to find, and then duplicate, the best barbecue on the planet. Once they had the secrets and perfected the craft of tasty barbecue, they opened shop in Denver. The sauce, which is the key, is a class apart, and just about everything on the menu tastes good slathered in it. The KC Style Brisket sandwich and St. Louis Style ribs are the menu highlights. Sides include fries, beans and coleslaw. The lines can be long, so you might bring along some reading material.
If you're around Washington park and are looking for a place to watch the game, then head over to The Tavern Wash Park. If you have visited any of the other Tavern locations, then you will notice how different this one particularly is. It might be a smaller place, but the interiors definitely more tasteful done. The place is mostly busy, and you might find the service a little slow, but it still makes a good visit.
A simple yet delectable menu that is revised nearly everyday brings in the freshest ingredients of the season and cooking flair. For the early rises, the breakfast menu delights and through the day freshly baked treats make you come back for more. A local favorite, Devil's Food, is all about comfort dining and even declares itself as a cell-phone free environment, making sure that all who enter relish the sugary and savory treats on offer. So for a quick brunch or early supper, try tempting treats at Devil's Food.
The Local, found off Mississippi and Gaylord Avenue near Washington Park, is an older breakfast and lunch joint that has continued to be an area favorite over the years. With a menu ranging from fresh-baked croissants and breakfast burritos to burgers, sandwiches, smoothies, and ice cream, The Local has cemented its place as one of the most charming, inexpensive, and homey restaurants in Wash Park. The food is inexpensive and delicious, and deals like their breakfast early bird special and free coffee with the El Rapido breakfast burrito help keep costs down even more!
South Pearl Street & Louisiana Avenue Denver, CO 80210
Wee Bites Malaysian food is unique to the South Pearl district; while it has a reputation and is frequently cited by locals as offering the best and most affordable Malaysian food in the city, it isn't actually a restaurant. Rather, Wee Bites is a favorite food stand in the South Pearl farmer's market, as well as a staple of Washington Park festivals and events. If the owner of Wee bites wanted to open a restaurant, she'd have plenty of business if the stall's popularity is any indication. The food tastes as delicious as it smells, is easily portable, and is of course very affordable. Wee bites also uses only locally grown ingredients, as expected from a farmer's market staple. Even if you don't buy anything else, it's worth a trip to the South Pearl market every weekend just to try a bit at Wee Bites. -Sabrina Zirakzadeh
Despite its location in the trendy, student-heavy South Pearl district, The Village Cork offers traditional fine dining experiences in a classy environment for formal and romantic events. The restaurant's extensive wine menu is one of the best in South Denver, and the menu, featuring such delights as spinach and shallot quiche and veal bratwurst, complements the selection nicely while also changing monthly to fit the season. The Village Cork's head chef has a formidable reputation, but isn't above meeting with guests to see how they enjoyed their meal and teaching monthly cooking classes at the restaurant as well. Be sure to check their calendar for nightly events such as happy hour, "Pour la Pet" days, and wine discounts! -Sabrina Zirakzadeh
A T-bone, that is. While Ogden Street South Bar and Grill has diverse offerings on its menu throughout the week, Monday night's T-bone steak special keeps the red meat lovers coming back on a regular basis. The meal is rounded out with soup or salad, your choice of potato, and a dinner roll, though all are merely bit part players on a plate where the succulent, cooked-to-order T-bone holds center stage. Other regional menu item include Mexican, Greek, vegetarian, and good old American. Wash any one of these down with a drink from the decently-priced bar menu, and don't forget to ask for a toothpick.
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.
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