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Tel Aviv Street Food

Phone:
720-572-8800

Whole Foods Union Station's Israeli fast casual mini-restaurant serves up traditional pita sandwiches, rice bowls, and salads. Try the vegan-friendly Cauli, with charred cauliflower and onions, labneh, green harissa, roasted tomatoes, and preserved lemons.

Beirut Grill

Phone:
303-781-0808

Dine on lamb shank, kebabs, and falafel under the soft light of Damascene chandeliers.

Ash’Kara

Phone:
303-537-4407

Chef Daniel Asher offers a playful take on Middle Eastern cuisine at this colorful, plant-bedecked eatery. Try the falafel.

ZanZiBar Billiards

Phone:
303-308-9999

Along with traditional bar fare—like the burger-and-beer deal for $7—this laid-back hub, featuring free pool and an extra-long happy hour, dishes out fresh Middle Eastern dishes, like hummus, falafel, and shish kebabs.

Ariana Kabob Cafe

Phone:
303-745-6262

Grab a taste of authentic Afghan cuisine at this bustling spot. Go for the chicken kabobs and bolani (fried turnovers stuffed with mashed potatoes).

Cafe Paprika

Phone:
303-755-4150

A casual dining area and a varied menu of Middle Eastern, Moroccan, and Mediterranean dishes will satisfy your appetite and your dietary needs, from gluten-free dishes to halal food.

Vesper Lounge

Phone:
720-328-0314

A laid-back lounge atmosphere with a Middle Eastern skewed menu of lamb kabobs, crispy fries seasoned with a house spice blend, artichoke dip, and gyros. Ten taps pour mostly Colorado beer and the cocktails are suitably potent.

Ali Baba Grill

Phone:
303-279-2228

At this family-run restaurant, all your favorite Lebanese and Mediterranean favorites are prepared fresh daily. Enjoy traditional kabobs with your choice of lamb, chicken, or beef.

Phoenician Kabob

Phone:
303-355-7213

This quiet restaurant serves a solid menu of Middle Eastern and Lebanese fare. Try the sabanekh, pastries stuffed with spinach, onion, and pine nuts.

Safta

Phone:
720-408-2444

Acclaimed chef Alon Shaya brings modern Israeli fare to Denver. Start with the creamy hummus and pillowy pita before moving onto tabbouleh salad, charred cabbage, and halloumi.

Babajoon’s Kabobs & More

Phone:
303-974-5400

Westminster gets a taste of the Middle East at this classic fast-casual kabob spot. Your choice of grilled, seasoned meats are served with rice, grilled vegetables, and a salad. Don't miss the house-made flatbread.

House of Kabob

Phone:
303-756-0744

Enjoy Lebanese and Persian cuisine. Try the Kobeideh, a kabob made with beef, lamb, onion, and tomato.

Souk Shawarma

Phone:
720-269-4778

Chef Jon Robbins of Bistro Barbès puts his twist on the classic shawarma at this Avanti Food & Beverage spot. Customers can choose fillings such as spit-roasted beef or chicken and sauces like carrot harissa and chermoula to build a perfect pita sandwich.

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