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The Ultimate Guide To Curing the 420 Munchies

For today and every day when the right kind of hunger strikes.

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If you take some time away today to acknowledge 4/20 with a bowl, here are your go-to spots to curb those munchies. Whether you crave sweet, savory, or just massive portions, if you're high, they'll hit the spot. If you have a favorite spot or dish for curing the Colorado weed hunger, share it in the comments.


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Ste. Ellie

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The sexy little speakeasy below Colt and Gray may seem shiny and fancy, but a few menu highlights may tickle your taste buds - the duck poutine with green peppercorn gravy for one. Rich, salty, and greasy, this dish is served until 1:30 a.m.

Voodoo Doughnut Mile High

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Open 24/7, Voodoo Doughnut still commands hungry guests all hours of the day and the night. Coated in kiddie cereals, candy, and other weird toppings, the Portland-born doughnuts are the perfect snack while smoking. Grab a Maple Blazer Blunt doughnut in celebration and pass the pipe.

Tom's Urban

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if you're in Larimer Square, try the Colorado Hot Brown at this spot. It is made with shaved turkey and smoked pit ham on sourdough, smothered with pork green chile, pepper jack and cheddar cheese, tomato, and applewood-smoked bacon. Oh, and it comes served with shoestring garlic fries or sweet potato fries.

Marco's Coal Fired Pizzeria

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One of Denver’s signature desserts, Marco’s Nutella pizza always hits the spot. With an ooey gooey stuffed crust smothered in hazelnut goodness, drizzled with powdered sugar, cinnamon, and topped with either fresh bananas or strawberries, there’s only one way to get your mouth to stop watering.

Jack N Grill

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This is the home of the 7 pound breakfast burrito for those feeling extra hungry or up for an eating challenge. The item includes 5 pounds of grilled potatoes, 12 eggs, 1/2 lb. of ham, 1/2 lb. of cheese, onions, and your choice of chili.

City O' City

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For vegetarians who love breakfast for dinner, the Savory Waffle at City O' City is a winner. The dish is almost poetically tasty topped with either a seasonal vegetable ragù and Taleggio or a vegan cheese fondue.

SUGAR BAKESHOP

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Regularly touted as some of the best baked (no pun intended) goods in Denver, the SugarBakeShop house-baked pop tarts so good you feel the sugar high, if you are not on a different high already.

TAG Burger Bar

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The entire menu at Tag Burger Bar would satisfy a stoner’s appetite, but the Cheez-It and Goldfish Mac and Cheese is a good place to start, washed down with some Deep Fried Oreos for dessert.

Steuben's

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A classic at the Uptown modern diner, the Steubie Snacks are bite-sized pieces of deep fried pork that are coated with powder sugar and served with a chili garlic aioli dipping sauce. A must try!
A bowl of the Green Chili ramen at this Capitol Hill eatery will take care of the hunger but for the real kicker, try the churro ice cream sandwich. It may blow your mind.

Ian's Pizza

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Combining stoner classics is the best. When the munchies strike, try the 12" mac 'n cheese pizza at this Ballpark eatery. If you feel extra fancy, try the penne Alfredo pizza. Ian's Classic. Vegetarian.

Old Major

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Make your way to this LoHi spot for happy hour and try the Asian American pork burger. For only $7 you get your pork patty with XO sauce, American cheese, pickled cabbage, house made bun. Bonus: Add some pork fat fries.

Ste. Ellie

The sexy little speakeasy below Colt and Gray may seem shiny and fancy, but a few menu highlights may tickle your taste buds - the duck poutine with green peppercorn gravy for one. Rich, salty, and greasy, this dish is served until 1:30 a.m.

Voodoo Doughnut Mile High

Open 24/7, Voodoo Doughnut still commands hungry guests all hours of the day and the night. Coated in kiddie cereals, candy, and other weird toppings, the Portland-born doughnuts are the perfect snack while smoking. Grab a Maple Blazer Blunt doughnut in celebration and pass the pipe.

Tom's Urban

if you're in Larimer Square, try the Colorado Hot Brown at this spot. It is made with shaved turkey and smoked pit ham on sourdough, smothered with pork green chile, pepper jack and cheddar cheese, tomato, and applewood-smoked bacon. Oh, and it comes served with shoestring garlic fries or sweet potato fries.

Marco's Coal Fired Pizzeria

One of Denver’s signature desserts, Marco’s Nutella pizza always hits the spot. With an ooey gooey stuffed crust smothered in hazelnut goodness, drizzled with powdered sugar, cinnamon, and topped with either fresh bananas or strawberries, there’s only one way to get your mouth to stop watering.

Jack N Grill

This is the home of the 7 pound breakfast burrito for those feeling extra hungry or up for an eating challenge. The item includes 5 pounds of grilled potatoes, 12 eggs, 1/2 lb. of ham, 1/2 lb. of cheese, onions, and your choice of chili.

City O' City

For vegetarians who love breakfast for dinner, the Savory Waffle at City O' City is a winner. The dish is almost poetically tasty topped with either a seasonal vegetable ragù and Taleggio or a vegan cheese fondue.

SUGAR BAKESHOP

Regularly touted as some of the best baked (no pun intended) goods in Denver, the SugarBakeShop house-baked pop tarts so good you feel the sugar high, if you are not on a different high already.

TAG Burger Bar

The entire menu at Tag Burger Bar would satisfy a stoner’s appetite, but the Cheez-It and Goldfish Mac and Cheese is a good place to start, washed down with some Deep Fried Oreos for dessert.

Steuben's

A classic at the Uptown modern diner, the Steubie Snacks are bite-sized pieces of deep fried pork that are coated with powder sugar and served with a chili garlic aioli dipping sauce. A must try!

Bones

A bowl of the Green Chili ramen at this Capitol Hill eatery will take care of the hunger but for the real kicker, try the churro ice cream sandwich. It may blow your mind.

Ian's Pizza

Combining stoner classics is the best. When the munchies strike, try the 12" mac 'n cheese pizza at this Ballpark eatery. If you feel extra fancy, try the penne Alfredo pizza. Ian's Classic. Vegetarian.

Old Major

Make your way to this LoHi spot for happy hour and try the Asian American pork burger. For only $7 you get your pork patty with XO sauce, American cheese, pickled cabbage, house made bun. Bonus: Add some pork fat fries.

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