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Old 07-10-2013, 09:06 AM   #66
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Originally Posted by Rohirrim View Post
Let's face it, when it comes to cuisine, Colorado is a backwater. You can't even get a good plate of fish and chips in this state. I've lived in L.A., Miami and NY. In those places the problem was selecting where you wanted to go out of a hundred great choices. Here, it's trying to find at least one place that might be acceptable.
Plenty of good food options if you know where to look/who to ask. Bones (across from the highly-overrated and jesus-christ-what-did-I-just-do-to-my-toilet stylings of Benny's at 7th and Grant) is fantastic, but not great for kids; Euclid Hall is terrific; I really like Patsy's Inn in the Highlands for Italian; La Loma for Mexican.

Seafood can be tough, but there are some good spots for Fish & Chips. Try Finley's Pub, GB's, and Spot in Wash Park. And there's some excellent sushi spots: Sushi Den and Isakaya Den are both wonderful options, and though I've only been to Sushi Sasa once, it was really good as well.
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