It's the best of the basics in cheesesteaks. Denver Ted's serves up cheese-drenched, thin-sliced beef or cubed chicken served on a genuine Amoroso roll.
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Asian and American street food round out this pub-fare menu.
Serving up margaritas, steaks, and tamales since 1969.
A sandwich shop known for its Philly cheesesteak.
This 24-hour diner serves giant plates of bone-in ham steaks, pancakes, and salads. The hash browns are made daily, and they go through more than 90 gallons of green chile each week.
A Denver landmark and a staple for late-night comfort food. Pete's is known for its breakfasts but also serves burgers, gyros, and souvlaki sandwiches any time of day.
Located inside the DCPA, this restaurant is great for a pre-show hazelnut latte and cookie or an intermission bistro sandwich.
This family-owned gem in the heart of historic downtown Louisville serves up authentic Mexican with friendly service. Try the arroz con pollo and chile verde.
This cozy spot brings loyal customers back often. The owners offer a plethora of choices, ranging from old favorites like sesame chicken to spicy dishes from India.
'Family' is the secret ingredient here. The fresh handmade dough, sauces, and strombolis are killer.