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If turkey legs and cotton candy aren’t your thing, head to 38th Avenue, between Wadsworth and Sheridan boulevards, for well-rounded eats.
By “Right Coast,” owners Mark Eskow and Justin Vogel mean East Coast—specifically, New Jersey, where Eskow was born. Right Coast’s thin slices come with a delicious balance of the restaurant’s original sauce, cheese, and toppings such as house-made sausage and freshly roasted chiles.
Order This: Custom pizza by the slice, starting at $2.59
If you’re more interested in a liquid lunch, this locavore spot is for you. The two-year-old pub hosts a rotating cast of 56 Colorado beers such as Grand Junction’s Kannah Creek Standing Wave pale ale and its own Undead Red, a boozy Belgian red ale.
Order This: The $10 build-your-own beer flight with five four-ounce pours, in addition to a house-made beer brat
At the age of 41, Clancy’s claims to be the oldest Irish pub in the metro area. In May, the beloved watering hole moved to a larger location and added a patio, but it kept its dark wood and original signs.
Order This: The traditional shepherd’s pie