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Where to Eat on and Around Platte Street

There is a little bit of everything on this one street

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Over only a few blocks, Platte Street offers some of the best dining and a diversity of cuisines and options that is hard to mimic in any other part of the Mile High City. There is everything from top notch nigiri at Sushi Sasa to tea sandwiches and muffins at House of Commons, outrageous tiki drinks and late night fare at Ste. Ellie, and some of the best offal and charcuterie in town at Colt & Gray. Among the newest additions to the scene is Brider, a fast casual spot from the award-winning team at Acorn and Oak at Fourteenth and Habit/Carbon, a dual doughnut shop and cafe concept that features one of Denver's best hidden patios in the back of its space. So have your pick: Ice cream, English tea cookies, or a late night burger at a classic joint - it's all right there on and around this one street.

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Sushi Sasa

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The award-winning restaurant has made waves in both the Denver and national restaurant scene within its first year since opening. Frequent diners praise the diablo roll and tempura dishes.
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My Brother's Bar

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The Highlands burger joint delivers quality meals and brews at an affordable price. Make sure to try the old-school onion rings.
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Proto's Pizzeria Napoletana

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Pam Proto and the Proto's team deliver east-coast style pizza to the Rocky Mountains. Unique dishes like the Low Rider with Polidori bacon and fresh pineapple keep customers coming back.
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Habit Carbon

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Habit Carbon, the hybrid donut dispensary and beverage cafe, adds some cheek and creativity to the Platte food scene. Donuts are sold until midnight while the cafe is open until 2 a.m., making Habit Carbon the perfect stop for late night munchies.
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The team behind Oak at Fourteenth in Boulder and Acorn in RiNo join Platte Street with Brider, a rotisserie-centric casual restaurant. The soup, salad, and sandwich place boasts 18 pull tap options including beer, cocktails, wine, and house-made sodas.
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Colt & Gray

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The neighborhood restaurant specializes in New American cuisine with an emphasis on nose-to-tail utilization. If you still have room after going whole-hog, try the potted cheesecake or sticky toffee pudding.
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Ste. Ellie

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Colt & Gray's sister bar is tucked behind an unassuming glass door that hides a high-end yet friendly neighborhood bar. The basement bar totes a speakeasy vibe and celebrated selection of cocktails.
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Denver Beer Co.

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The brewery, bar, and restaurant offers a classic take on Denver's burgeoning beer scene: a focus on specialty brews crafted to be enjoyed under the Colorado sun. Check out their speciality brews like the Princess Yum Yum and Graham Cracker Porter on the open air patio.
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The ice cream parlor offers an array of 20 house-made flavors - including gluten-free and dairy-free flavor options. The creamery additionally serves sundaes, malts, and housemade waffle cones.
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House of Commons

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House of Commons Tea Room brings a sense of English hospitality to Denver. The tearoom takes its name from the nearby Commons Park and its inspiration from London tearooms.
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Sushi Sasa

Sushi Sasa
The award-winning restaurant has made waves in both the Denver and national restaurant scene within its first year since opening. Frequent diners praise the diablo roll and tempura dishes.
Sushi Sasa

My Brother's Bar

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The Highlands burger joint delivers quality meals and brews at an affordable price. Make sure to try the old-school onion rings.
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Proto's Pizzeria Napoletana

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Pam Proto and the Proto's team deliver east-coast style pizza to the Rocky Mountains. Unique dishes like the Low Rider with Polidori bacon and fresh pineapple keep customers coming back.
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Habit Carbon

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Habit Carbon, the hybrid donut dispensary and beverage cafe, adds some cheek and creativity to the Platte food scene. Donuts are sold until midnight while the cafe is open until 2 a.m., making Habit Carbon the perfect stop for late night munchies.
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BriDer

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The team behind Oak at Fourteenth in Boulder and Acorn in RiNo join Platte Street with Brider, a rotisserie-centric casual restaurant. The soup, salad, and sandwich place boasts 18 pull tap options including beer, cocktails, wine, and house-made sodas.
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Colt & Gray

Colt & Gray
The neighborhood restaurant specializes in New American cuisine with an emphasis on nose-to-tail utilization. If you still have room after going whole-hog, try the potted cheesecake or sticky toffee pudding.
Colt & Gray

Ste. Ellie

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Colt & Gray's sister bar is tucked behind an unassuming glass door that hides a high-end yet friendly neighborhood bar. The basement bar totes a speakeasy vibe and celebrated selection of cocktails.
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Denver Beer Co.

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The brewery, bar, and restaurant offers a classic take on Denver's burgeoning beer scene: a focus on specialty brews crafted to be enjoyed under the Colorado sun. Check out their speciality brews like the Princess Yum Yum and Graham Cracker Porter on the open air patio.
Facebook

inside scoop

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The ice cream parlor offers an array of 20 house-made flavors - including gluten-free and dairy-free flavor options. The creamery additionally serves sundaes, malts, and housemade waffle cones.
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House of Commons

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House of Commons Tea Room brings a sense of English hospitality to Denver. The tearoom takes its name from the nearby Commons Park and its inspiration from London tearooms.
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