Frank Bonanno's version of a deli features house-made charcuterie. Try the Frankie: a grinder with prosciutto, ham, provolone, roasted red pepper, and vinaigrette.
Frank Bonanno's newest addition to the Denver dining scene is a deli concept--meats cured in house to be served in sandwiches, hand-crafted salads, and breakfast. Try the PB & J French Toast.
Uber Eats, sister restaurant to Uber Sausage, has expanded its menu beyond sausage sandwiches to include dishes from brunch to burgers, mimosas to wine. Don't miss the waffle Benny: a waffle topped with eggs, hollandaise, bacon, grilled , tomato, and avocado.
This Seattle-based Tex-Mex eatery focuses on fresh produce and house-made marinades, rubs, and sauces. The signature picante sauce pleases heat seekers without overpowering the flavors.
Taking a cue from traditional British pubs, this bar and eatery makes sure hearty food accompanies your pint. Classics like shepherd's pie and bangers and mash share the menu with burgers, sandwiches, and appetizers designed to share.
A neighborhood hangout for the beer enthusiast, featuring a hefty list of craft brews from around the country. Sip on something gluten-free or peruse the traditional tavern-style menu of appetizers, sandwiches, and burgers.
Given that this wine bar is an offshoot of the Truffle Cheese Shop, cheese is the answer. A variety of cheese boards and small plates color the menu, while artisan desserts offer a delightful end to your meal.
This diner boasts a large menu with all-day breakfast, Greek, Mexican, and American classics. Try the meatloaf.