Cheap is not a word that generally comes to mind when considering a meal at The Capital Grille. There's no way around it — you're going to drop some cash. Despite the spendy reputation of the place, Mike Ross of The Denver Dish writes that the $18 prix fixe doesn't leave you feeling totally wiped out. In fact, if you're on the prowl for $16-$18 dollar sandwiches in the first place, $18 bucks for sandwich and two additional choices just makes sense, right?
Colorado isn't a BBQ destination, but Grace Boyle of Grace(full)Plate writes that she's found the gold mine. You'll have to venture to a residential neighborhood in Longmont to get Georgia Boys BBQ (237 Collyer St.), but it's well worth it. "It’s just one of those hole-in-the-walls that you enjoy visiting and know the food will be solid, each time because it’s the ultimate comfort food and all made in-house, just like Grandma."
· Capital Grille on The Cheap(er) [The Denver Dish]
· Georgia Boys BBQ in Longmont [Grace(full)Plate]