The British Bulldog
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The Bulldog is the place you need to be. Get your jones fixed by having spicy, crazy-good Middle Eastern or Indian food. Not to mention British pub staples and burgers too obvious to list.
Classic Premiere League Pub featuring a full English and Pakistani menu, varied draught selection, and friendly staff.
As genuine as you’ll find on this side of the pond, this pub has a great beer selection and top-notch British and Pakistani grub on the menu. A no-brainer for soccer fans. Must Try: Chicken Masala
Dark, woody pub with British/Indian eats, drink specials & early hours for weekend soccer from U.K.
GREAT English and Pakistani food wrapped up in a classic English-style, Rugby and Soccer (Football) Enthusiast's Pub! Also: GREAT prices, AND "Geeks Who Drink" trivia on Monday nights.
“Marco’s has been on this list before and it’s been added back on for one main reason: over 10 years after it first opened its doors a couple of blocks from Coors Field, it’s still consistently churning out some of the best Neapolitan pizzas in the city. Those pizzas, which are cooked in the first wood oven in Colorado to be certified by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletan, come out with a light and slightly bubbling crust that has just the right amount of char. The tangy wings, which are also made in that oven and come coated in limoncello rather than hot sauce, are also a Denver classic.”
“Amazing restaurant!! Perfect place for a special occasion in downtown Denver. It's a higher-end restaurant but the steaks are incredible!”
“Sassafras is a Southern styled "from Scratch" local eatery offering the best Breakfast and lunch using locally sourced organic ingredients.”
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“There are quite a few locations now, but Snooze started in Denver and is the quintessential Denver brunch spot. There's always a line from 9:30-noon on the weekends, but that's because it's that good. They pay fair wages and source local, sustainable ingredients. Free coffee while you wait and there are usually lawn games to play out in front. ”