For Brunch: Bon Ami Bistro & Creperie
This new French eatery on Alameda and Penn serves traditional bistro fare in cozy environs. Escargot, pate, sweet and savory crepes, omelets, and French onion soup, mussels, and steak frites (plus bottomless mimosas) are a ray of sunshine on the weekend.
For Dinner: Ad Hominem
Modern American cuisine made with fresh greens grown right in the restaurant with the help of Rebel Farms help create the menu at this newcomer. The restaurant features globally inspired dishes such as mole negro with venison, yakitori octopus, and smoked lamb osso bucco served in a modern space with an open kitchen.
For Lunch: Silla
One of the metro area’s best Korean joints, tuck into a booth, sip some traditional buckwheat tea, enjoy endless bites of diverse banchan, and grill some galbi short ribs. Silla’s standout is the bibim naengmyon with buckwheat noodles in a cold savory broth, with chili sauce, egg, and meat.
For Late Night: Pete’s Kitchen
A 24/7 diner serving gyros and fries, big-as-a-head burritos, biscuits and gravy, and breakfast combinations find a home at this family-owned destination has been a Denver staple on East Colfax since 1942.
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