This restaurant is one of the more popular places to go for sushi in Denver. Its menu also offers tempura, teriyaki, and a variety of traditional Japanese soups like Udon, but the sushi is the best bet. The atmosphere is often lively with patrons crowding just inside the door, friendly hostesses, waiters and waitresses buzzing around, and plenty of noise coming from the dining room. The Sushi Den is known for bringing out the local trendsetters and is the place to be seen. Lunchtime, however, is more relaxed and quiet.
A long time LoDo breakfast haven, The Delectable Egg offers a dizzying array of egg creations. Ranging from pan-fried, scrambled, poached, and baked variations this morning hot spot can meet anyone's egg desires. Try the scrambled egg pita, the baked egg frittata, or just smother any old egg with chili. You can also order pancakes, French toast and your very own omelette variations. If you get up late, sandwiches and salads are available for lunch.
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.
Denver's preferred spots for local sports fans, Sports Column, offers five big screen televisions along with flowing booze and great grub. The typical bar food menu offers big portions at small prices, making it perfect for groups. Bronco fans fill up the room on Sundays in autumn, so beware of showing other team allegiances. The rooftop patio bar provides refuge from the sports scene and a dance floor draws an older crowd on Friday and Saturday nights. Rip roaring fun for all!
Most people aren't really sure how owner Jimmy 'Snarf' Seidel acquired his nickname, yet his story is an all-American one. He opened this shop in 1996 and since then his delicious sandwiches have traversed the entire country, with locations in Illinois, Missouri and Texas. The sandwich selections on the menu are somewhat overwhelming, but this is the reason Snarf's is here, to find the perfect sandwich.Some of the options include roast beef, turkey, ham, etc. in addition to healthy salads. Check website for complete menu information.
Having won accolades around town, Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs is one of the best fast food restaurants in the city. Known for their 'gourmet hot dogs', the menu at Jim's is full of tantalizing treats. You can make your own hot dog and personalize it in your own way, but look out for German Veal, Duck Cilantro, Rattlesnake & Pheasant! You can top your preparations with special sauces too or accompany it with a tasty side-dish like fries and salad. Patrons can quench their thirst with craft beers, cocktails or shakes and cappuccinos. If you're in a hurry, they even offer take out. The restaurant is open till 3a on Fridays and Saturdays, so night revelers can put their late night hunger pangs to rest.
If you have a yen for wild game meat, then House of Smoke Inc is the place for you. This meat shop and deli is a favorite haunt among local meat lovers. You will find exotic cuts that are farm-raised such as the New Zealand Cervena Venison, Alligator Tail Meat, Bison, Kangaroo and Nilgia Antelope. You can check out their meat displayed neatly and buy to cook something different. Or just indulge in their sandwiches and burgers made from distinct meats.