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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.
Once upon a time, there was a restaurant in Denver. Started by an entrepreneur in the 1920s, it was called Coney Island, third in a chain of five, and it served good old comfort food. Over 70 years later, the restaurant reopened a few doors down under the management of the original restaurateur's grandsons. Sam's No. 3 still serves the same comforting food “with an attitude.” Plunge into the Kitchen Sink Skillet for breakfast, while enjoying the simple, nostalgia-inducing interior. American, Greek, and Mexican fare await you at servings that exceed the prices nicely.
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!
This establishment holds the oldest liquor license in the state, and it has been in operation for more than a century. Serving since 1893, this national historic landmark has seen countless wild west icons having a meal here, including the legendary Buffalo Bill Cody. Be aware that the dining room walls are flanked by animal trophy heads, which some diners find as uncomfortably distracting. The menu offers some eye-opening fare such as rattlesnake, yak and fried alligator tail. If you prefer the traditional cuisine, tenderloin, T-bone and New York strip and other options abound. It is also the place to try Colorado favorites like elk and buffalo. They have live entertainment four nights of the week, so you can groove to some wild west music as you dig into the juicy steak!
Be it brunch, dinner with friends or an intimate dinner with that someone special, Beatrice & Woodsley is the perfect option. Not only is it gorgeous on the inside, but the food and the service are excellent! Menu changes regularly, so every time will be a different experience. Ask for the special gluten-free and dairy-free menus.
Nestled in Lakewood, not far from the city of Denver, 240 Union offers a wonderfully modern American fare. Taking from the freshest of produce, classic dishes are contorted with flair producing surprising new combinations of feel and flavors. Never going overboard, the menu comforts with familiar offers of wood fired pizzas, cheeseburgers, steak and seafood mains. Sunday brunches are as popular as the dinners which feature Prime Rib specials. To complement each course, wine from their handsome selection and 240 Union further reaches into favoritism with catering and private event services.
Cafe Terracotta is a quaint restaurant nested in a Victorian home in Littleton. The warm ambiance with its red bricks, dim lighting, hardwood floors, exhibition kitchen and bar, will just want you to linger more after your meal. Maybe that's why it's so popular with the locals. The cafe's beautiful patio which has a lovely sculpted garden is another reason for its popularity. It's a great place to enjoy amazing food and drinks with those whom you love and care and also with your colleagues. A houseful of friendly noises and romance brewing, that's what Cafe Terracotta is while serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Come see for yourself.
Tavern Tech Center is a complete entertainment package for your family and friends, offering a cozy and inviting ambiance with many dining options, fireplaces, plasma TVs, great food and drinks. The most popular features are their roof top patio, game room with Thunderbowl mini lanes, pool, and shuffleboard added with the happy hour, trivia night, weekend brunch where kids get to eat free and more. Must try's are the Prime Rib Dip, Chicken Enchiladas, Pear Gorgonzola Salad & Kobe Sliders, New England Clam Chowder, Pizza and Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches. Wow so much to do, no wonder it is a great addition to the neighborhood. Hip hip hurray Tavern!