Craving a bit of jolly old England? This is the place to be.
$ (average entree under $10)
This fourth-generation Italian restaurant opened in 1919, and it's been churning out favorites like the spaghetti with red sauce ever since.
Great New York-style pizza, as well as pastas, calzones, and salads.
This bakery is known for excellent breads, pastries, sandwiches, and espressos. Stop in for lunch and order the Baker's Club with turkey, ham, bacon, lettuce, and tomato on house-made bread.
Enjoy pizzas by the slice or order a whole pie with your choice of toppings. Choose between a thin, Neapolitan-style crust or go thick with a slice of Sicilian.
Great crust, great sauce, great pizza. Try the spinaci pie, made with spinach, olives, Romano cheese, and white sauce.
Smoked pork sandwiches and souvalki are specialties. Everything is made in house, so you can always expect a fresh and delicious meal.
Burgers, fish and chips, and 11 kinds of beer (including two cask-conditioned ales) brewed in-house make up the menu. Their 300 plus single malt whiskey selection is one of the largest in the world.
Pei Wei combines high quality, delicious cuisine with convenient dining options. Try the ginger broccoli beef. Multiple locations.
A Denver favorite for breakfast and lunch. Multiple locations.