A little bit Spanish, a little bit rock n’roll, Bocadillo  is a funky, eclectic deli in Sunnyside. Run by two buddies, Derek Dietz and Andrew Minhinnisk, who met at the Culinary Institute of America , the venture mixes innovative small bites (called pintxos), Spanish-influenced sandwiches (called bocadillos), and a collection of globally-inspired soups, salads, and desserts.
Bocadillo offers what it calls a “living menu:" an ever-changing list of offerings based on the season’s freshest ingredients. Sourcing products from local farms such as Oxford Gardens , Red Wagon Farm , Long Family Farm, and Colorado’s Best , Bocadillo can switch its menu at a moment’s notice.
For now, savor pintxos like the roasted local beets with a balsamic glaze and the poached quail egg with bacon salad. Or, choose a Spanish breakfast bocadillo (pictured)—a crusty baguette stuffed with farm-fresh scrambled eggs, house-made chorizo, grilled scallions, red peppers, and drunken goat cheese.
Bonus: Don't miss the extensive pickled vegetable bar.
4044 Tejon St., 720-242-6417