Hot spot Rosenberg Bagels & Delicatessen received a rave review from the Denver Post. Critic Bill Porter awarded the new deli shop in Five Points three out of four stars. Owned by New York-native Josh Pollack, Rosenberg's is committed to a traditional method of making bagels that goes as far as converting its water through a reverse osmosis filtration system that strips Denver tap water of its natural mineral content and replaces it with the NYC formula. "Rosenberg's is on a roll. It's a great addition to the Denver dining scene," Porter concludes.
The Saucy Noodle Ristorante, a half a century old eatery located at 727 South University Boulevard, feels like an old friend says Westword. Critic Gretchen Kurtz found the old school decor, complete with red walls, checkered tablecloths, and vintage photos to ecor contribute to a space that expanded over the years from 48 original seats to 150. The straightforward five-page menu brings appetizers, entree salads, baked pasta and so forth in ample portions. Save room for dessert: the nutty, fruity spumoni, sourced from a creamery in Chicago is a pleasant ending to the meal.
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