Authentic Yucatecan food like cochinito pibil and sopes al pastor are served at this Mexican restaurant. Try one of their aguas frescas: water infused with watermelon, cucumber, or hibiscus.
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This neighborhood deli serves a menu of fine classic sandwiches like the Curtis: corned beef, sauerkraut, and swiss with house-made thousand island). They also stock a number of fine foods from local purveyors like Noosa yogurt, Madhava honey, and Sweet Action ice cream.
Enjoy freshly prepared salads, soups, sandwiches and pizza made from simple and whole ingredients. Try a brick-oven baked pizza or the flatiron salad with steak, Gorgonzola cheese, and caramelized onions.
City Bakery's bread is now the star of its own sandwich shop. Try the East Coast classic: salami, ham, provolone, lettuce, tomato, and vinagrette on a baguette, or opt for one of the inventive grilled paninis.
This standby has made its name serving traditional Mexican tacos. Try the fired chicken taco, topped in jalepeño ranch dressing and crunchy slaw.
The Protein Bar is healthy food on the go. Choose from quinoa bowls and wraps with chicken, tofu, and veggies. Raw juices and breakfast round out the menu.
Bruxie converts the breakfast waffle into a sandwich, stacking it with fillings both savory and sweet. Try the prosciutto di Parma with Gruyere, topped with arugula and an egg over-easy.
Denver's favorite neighborhood gourmet burger joint opens shop in Park Hill, serving favorites like the Royale—a 1/3 lb. burger smothered in caramelized onions, bleu cheese, and bcaon.
This extension of one of Denver's favorite bakeries will serve breakfast and lunch plus bakery classics. Try the sunnyside duck: duck confit and ham served with eggs and hash-browned potatoes.
Chef Frank Bonanno takes on the deli. Expect house-cured meats, hand-crafted salads, breakfast, and jarred cocktails. Try the PB & J French Toast.