1600 West 33rd Avenue Crner of 33rd and Osage Denver, CO 80211
The food at Raw Down falls under a cuisine which is globally influenced. With the focus being on keeping food high on health, the restaurant offers everything from organic to vegan to raw foods. The wine list is extensive and you will be well guided to the right selection to go with your meal. Check for happy hours on the bar.
For some traditional-contemporary American fare, or a taste of something on the other side of the globe, walk in to Linger. A variety of innovative dishes, including some from Morocco and Turkey, the menu features a variety of cuisine. The restaurant also has a kids menu, with just a few dishes on it, but appealing enough for any child. Be sure to arrive early or make reservations, as this place is quite popular.
Though some people might complaint about the loads of plastic being used here, Sushi Sasa does come highly recommended for anyone who would like a delightful sushi meal. Apart from the traditional sushi, you will also find several innovative dishes that use exotic fish, prepared in Japanese style. The restaurant menu features an excellent sake and wine list.
In 1934, Denver's most notorious family, the Smalldones opened up an eatery in the North Side to become the heart of both Italian cuisine and an illicit operation. While drawing the neighborhood's attention to their famous pasta, they also drew the attention from police as Denver's only mafia operated in the basement. It's not quite the hoodlum hangout as it used to be as the Smalldone Empire has fallen and Denver's mayor bought Gaetano's, but the food hasn't changed and Chauncy Smalldone still stops by for lunch. Open Monday to Saturday 11am onwards.
In the 1930s, Patsy's served as a centerpiece to North Denver's Italian community. Little has changed. With authentic Italian food, homemade pasta and an atmosphere in which Sinatra would feel at home, Patsy's brings old world charm at reasonable prices. There's a great menu, but to fully experience Patsy's, ask for the giant meatballs and chocolate drizzled cannoli to follow it up.
One taste of their Chilean Baked Empanada and you'll see why Sabor Latino has become one of North Denver's favorite restaurants. Catch the live flamenco guitarist on Wednesdays or the chef's special Paella dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. With a wide selection of fine South American wines, Sabor Latino offers a casual or romantic setting both inside and on their outside patio. Remember to leave room for flan.
With Blue Corn Griddle Cakes, Shrimp Burritos and fresh made guacamole, North Denver was blessed with the arrival of Julia Blackbird's New Mexican Café. It began with only a few tables and Julia cooking with the wisdom of her Spanish, Mexican and Native American roots to create a delicious fusion of tastes, but North Denver loved it so much that before too long she had to move down the street to a new and stylishly decorated location with outside seating to cool you off after her homemade salsa. Julia offers vivid New Mexican art, spicy flavors and daring recipes for an adventurous culinary experience.
Chef Patrick DuPays applies his creative streak to his preparations, and most patrons are more than satisfied with the result. This charming bistro-cum-creperie allows you to stuff yourself with the likes of Foie Gras de Canard en terrine Maison - duck foie gras marinated in wine and baked in terrine and salade de chevre chaud - warm goat cheese on toast over fresh pesto and lettuce salad. The pork and cassoulet are other dishes of repute. Make sure you grab a bagful of breads, pancakes and pastries on your way out. What makes the joint different from others in its genre is the interactive staff and the value for money. Come and experience authentic French cuisine without unnecessary frills!
What better spot for a date than a place named Duo! The cozy, intimate setting is just right when you want to enjoy a delicious meal undisturbed. A rather whimsical décor, with hardwood flooring and splashes of color, keeps the boredom from setting in. The all-American cuisine, samples of which include steamed mussels with chorizos and spices, porter-braised pork stew, flatiron steak, and lamb T-bone, banish thoughts of heavy burgers and greasy fries for a while. Once you are done with the main course, a big portion of chocolate hazelnut cake, or the specially crafted apple tart for two should spice things up a bit! If you are here on a weekend, make sure you get a healthy dose of the brunch menu-the basket of pastries & jams, with fresh-baked scones and sweet breads is unbeatable!
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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