3 Day Food Scene Itinerary For a Weekend in Denver, Colorado | The Traveling Quirk

The Traveling Quirk | Quirky, Brown Love
As much as I love going on vacation, there is nothing more that I hate than being hungry and not knowing where to eat. Matt and I are the most indecisive couple when it comes to choosing what and where to eat. Before I took him on a surprise trip to Denver, Colorado, I literally spent weeks figuring out the best places to eat in the city. Denver is a foodie's paradise so there was no way that I could conquer all that Denver has to eat on this list. If you decide to book it to Denver for the weekend like we did, feel free to use our 3 day food scene itinerary below that is based on cost efficiency, variety, unique food and a little bit of splurging (we can all live a little!).

Breakfast/Brunch
1. Denver Biscuit Company // South Broadway- Website
The Appeal: So many buscuits! Also a full bar (Bloody Mary's & mimosas, yay!)
Price: $2-$10.50
2. Four Friend Kitchen // Roslyn St- Website
The Appeal: The Southern influence (they have grits and a green tomato benedict!)
Price: $6-$15
3. Snooze // Larimer St- Website
The Appeal: Pretty much everything. The benedicts, the french toast, the pancakes...and now I'm hungry.
Price: $6-$12

Snooze Restaurant | Quirky, Brown Love

Lunch
1. Avanti F&B: A Collective Eatery //Pecos St- Website
The Appeal: It's basically a high class food court; there is literally something for everyone. Options include Japanese, Venezuelan, pizza and more!
Price: Varies
2. Euclid Hall //14th Street- Website
The Appeal: The atmosphere and the crazy "Because We Can" menu
Price: $9-$22.50
3. Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs // Larimer St- Website
The Appeal: The Alaskan Reindeer and Elk Jalepeno Hot Dogs
Price: $6.50-$11.75
Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs | Quirky, Brown Love
*Honorable mention: any Churrascaria (aka Brazilian Steakhouse). These are basically a fancy all-you-can-eat steakhouse. Denver has three of them! We went to Rodizio Grill and loved it.

Happy Hour
1. TAG Restaurant // Larimer St- Website
The Appeal: $5 eats and $5 drinks
(2-6PM)
2. Lodo's Bar & Grill // Market St.- Website
The Appeal: 2 for 1 wells, calls, domestic drafts and house wines. Also $2 off apps & burgers
(3-7PM)
Lodo's Bar & Grill | Quirky, Brown Love
3. Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar // 17th St- Website
The Appeal: $1.50 oysters, $2 Seafood Dynomite sliders, $6 sangria
(4-6 PM)

Dinner
1. Acorn-The Source // Brighton Blvd- Website
The Appeal: Amazing food and the coolest scenery. Also, if someone doesn't like the food, they can always go down the hall (yes, the hall because this is like an industrial food court) to Comida
Price: $12-$15 for single plates; shareable plates for two: $27-$54
Acorn Restaurant Denver | Quirky, Brown Love
2. Guard and Grace // California St- Website
The Appeal: Voted best steak in Denver. Also it just looks so fancy.
Price: C'mon splurge a little
3. Linger // W 30th Ave- Website
The Appeal: This is a great restaurant for those groups who can't make up their minds. One wants American, one wants Asian, one wants to try something new (say African or Middle Eastern cuisine?). This is your place.
Price: $5-$33

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Have you ever been to Denver? Which restaurant would you try?

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