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If you are going to hit the LoDo night scene, orient yourself on how to find this pizza haven. It is one of the few restaurants in the area that caters to the bar crowd by serving late. It looks more suited for a college campus, and the interior looks like it was painted by Jimi Hendrix. The restaurant, in a nutshell, is casual to the core. You will find all the standard toppings. Service, however, can be painfully slow. All in all a cool place to be with lots of free-flowing beer, heavily-loaded pizzas and head-banging music.
Little India Restaurant - Downtown is an award-winning restaurant for fourteen years in a row for their delicious authentic Indian food. The tastefully done Indian decor welcomes you for a befitting lunch buffet comprising of appetizers, curries, vindaloos, specialty dishes and more for just USD8.99 or for a delightful dinner full of Indian exotic dishes that too are moderately priced, so that you can relish the tastes of India. Enjoy the live jazz on Thursday and sitar on Friday nights. While you are shopping or are attending a show and are craving for scrumptious Indian fare, do drop in to indulge yourself.
Chef Kevin Morisson offers the best tacos in all of Denver at Tacos Tequila Whiskey. This place uses regular ingredients like beef, pork and fish, and spices them perfectly with crispy tacos. The pork belly agridulce taco, the pescado taco, the beef tongue and the shrimp and scallop xnic-pec are unique dishes that are sure to leave you wanting more. Visitors define this place as 'taco heaven', which offers its food at very reasonable prices. The tequila served here is also a favorite among customers. Bringing delicious street food to a restaurant and offering it at regular prices has ensured Tacos Tequila Whiskey a mention in Colorado food history.
Located in the South Pearl district, Park Burger has quickly become a local favorite. With its simple, delicious menu of old-fashioned burgers, fries, onion rings, and milkshakes, Park Burger is scarcely the healthiest restaurant in Denver. But it's still one of the most affordable. The soda fountain counter flashes back to the 1950s. Sodas and alcohol are served in vintage glass bottles and the burgers are easily customizable. Get there early or make a reservation, as the small cafe and popularity can cause quite a long wait.