The upstairs seating area
Nestled on the edge of Larimer Square, this recent edition to the Denver foodscape offers an eclectic set of tapas styled pub foods that are far from your average pub fare. With options like Bone Marrow, Blood Sausage and fried pigs ears, even a more adventurous eater might have to take a second look at some of the menu options. Have no fear though; every item on the menu is exceedingly delicious.
In keeping with tapas tradition, our table ordered a handful of plates that everyone at the table could share. First delivered were the . . . → Read More: Euclid Hall
Having heard the same buzz as many Denver folks about the ‘new tequila bar’ on Broadway, my husband and I decided to give this local eatery a go. We went on a Friday night, without reservations, just passed high dinner hour. The host informed us that there would be a 30 minute wait, which seemed reasonable as the place was packed, and they would come find us at the bar when a table opened up.
A couple of corner seats later, we were ordering a round of drinks from their specialty cocktail . . . → Read More: El Diablo
Table 6's street view
Table 6 is a cozy American bistro featuring ‘daily’ menus that abide by their rule of using fresh and in season ingredients. Its contemporary-country décor offers only a little insight into the origins of the often complex menu. As a self described foodie, I was surprised and embarrassed that I was unfamiliar with a number of the items on the menu. The descriptions were so specific that it might take a professional chef or baker to know what 72% Valrhona is. (P.S. For those who were as clueless and I was, it’s a specific . . . → Read More: Table 6
Let me preface this potentially critical blog post by saying, I will be returning to the Cheeky Monk!
For beer lovers, Colorado is king. With our wide selection of local breweries, it is possible to have a different beer for every day of the year. But let us not forget that on a global level, Belgium is known for being the beer country to admire. Their selection of brews range from the very fruity and sweet to the dark and bitter, but all made with a touch of historic class. To find . . . → Read More: Cheeky Monk – A Belgian Beer Cafe
The Little India restaurant chain, local to the Denver area, provides an excellent variety of Northern Indian delights sure to please any foodie interested in the spice-laced flavors of the Far East. Rumors have circled that one location may surpass the others in food quality, but from my experience, any of the three restaurants offers delicious food of which I have yet to notice a difference in quality or flavor.
Passing through the front door of the Downing Avenue location of Little India is like being transported into a different world. The fabrics, textures, colors and smells, oh those smells, . . . → Read More: Little India