Dining

Dining Reviews

By
August 2003

1. Save the Date
By Rachael Graves and Matthew Leary
Intrigue

275 S. Logan St. 303-722-2662
The Draw
Original, high-end fare, expansive veggie menu.
The Drawback
A bit pricey, though well worth it. More wines to match the great food selection.
Don't Miss
Orange soufflé (order early), carrot and ginger soup.
Vegetarian Options
An entire menu’s worth!

2. Rhapsody in Bleu
By K. Courtney DeWinter
(RESTAURANT)

2575 W. Main St., Littleton 303-703-6787
The Draw
Stylish, classy restaurant, killer food, and awesome service.
The Drawback
Pricey menu in tough economic times.
Don't Miss
Beef daube appetizer, chicken “et tu Brute,” seared fillet of beef, most all desserts.
Vegetarian Options
Baked Brie appetizer, spring salad, vegetarian entrée created daily.

3. History Revisited
By Rachael Graves and Matthew Leary
Pierre’s Supper Club

2157 Downing St. 303-861-8236
The Draw
Fried food heaven that’s served thick with history and warmth.
The Drawback
Rough and tumble atmosphere on some nights, fairly focused menu.
Don't Miss
Fried catfish, Mr. Pierre’s own hot sauce.
Vegetarian Options
Not much.

4. Blast from the Past
By K. Courtney DeWinter
Lechuga’s Italian Restaurant & Lounge

3609 Tejon St. 303-455-1502
The Draw
Casual atmosphere, large portions, low prices.
The Drawback
A so-so red sauce, no desserts.
Don't Miss
Original thick-crust, square pizza, sausage cannolis.
Vegetarian Options
Pizza with onions, black olives, jalapeños, mushrooms, and bell pepper, dinner salad, spaghetti with vegetarian sauce.