Denver Public Schools' high-school students operate this eatery during their culinary arts elective. With the guidance of three chefs and one teacher, students serve a variety of international foods.
$ (average entree under $10)
You can't go wrong with delicious pub food in a friendly and lively atmosphere. Now that Fat Sully's Pizza has joined forces with Atomic Cowboy and Denver Biscuit Company, enjoy huge slices of New York-style pizza or a biscuit sandwich along with your brew.
Made-to-order salads prepared, tossed, and chopped exhibition-style.
An all-you-can-eat vegetarian buffet featuring traditional vegan and non-vegan dishes, like bhasmati rice, cauliflower pakoras, Indian dahl, stuffed bell peppers, and vegetable pizza.
Premium salads hand-tossed with your choice of greens, toppings, and vinaigrettes made from extra-virgin olive oil.
As the name implies, this restaurant serves up some mean flapjacks, but also check out the lunch menu with burgers, sandwiches, and salads.
Sandwiches, pastries, salads, and other light dishes keep 'em coming back for more. The front patio is fabulous.
This Colorado chain doesn't just dish up bacon and eggs; it serves unique and tasty breakfast (and lunch) items that even vegetarians will delight in. Multiple locations.
Craving a bit of jolly old England? This is the place to be.
This fourth-generation Italian restaurant opened in 1919, and it's been churning out favorites like the spaghetti with red sauce ever since.