From summer picnics to holiday potlucks, deviled eggs are among the world’s most versatile party foods. Practically a blank canvas, these little beauties pick up mighty big flavor. Once shunned as an old-school item, the deviled egg is making a comeback on menus all around Denver. We’ve compiled a list of the best deviled eggs in the Mile High City so you can find the stuffed egg that best suits your devilishly good taste.Read More
Nine Deviled Eggs to Seek Out in Denver
You won't want to miss these nine versions of deviled eggs in Denver.
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Brazen offers spicy deviled eggs with Harissa aioli, goat cheese, lemon, Aleppo and herbs; a piquant yet delicate departure from the ordinary.
Williams & Graham
Stuffed eggs have been a standard on the menu of the hot speakeasy since its opening. Creamy eggs are filled with egg yolk, mustard, mayonnaise and garnished with chives and paprika serve as a perfect accompaniment to one of Williams & Graham’s legendary cocktails.
An ode to the American classic, Steuben's is known around town as the holy grail of deviled eggs. The treats are served at only $.50 each during happy hour, weekdays 2 to 6 p.m.
Second Home Kitchen + Bar
At this Cherry Creek spot, you can enjoy a deviled egg flight, three of them to be more precise: traditional, cured salmon, and jalapeno glazed bacon.
Sassafras American Eatery
Scrumptious down home cooking is Sassafrass’ claim to fame and the deviled eggs with Sassafras bacon salt, pickled pepper jam, and minced house-made pickles are not to be missed.
The Ballpark restaurant starts off its seasonally changing menu with smoked deviled eggs with citrus aioli, micro greens and bacon crumb; a sharp take on the ubiquitous.
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What weekend is complete without bunch? Stroll into Lola on Saturday or Sunday from 10 a..m to 2pm for a luxe version of the deviled egg, filled with lobster, crispy bacon and Serrano aioli.
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Chipolte Deviled eggs with diced onion, cilantro, cotija cheese, crispy chorizo, and chipotle puree are a favorite on Pinche Taco’s Happy Hour menu. Come and get em Mondays all night and Tuesday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m.
Enjoy the comfort and charm of Tables in Park Hill and try a local favorite: deviled eggs with house-made cornichon relish and caperberry-parsley vinaigrette.
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