Sup /ck/, what are the absolute best restaurants/eateries/food in general in Denver and surrounding suburbs?
My friends have told me that the city has really shitty cuisine, but I've heard of places like cherry cricket and the buckhorn exchange being good.
Gimme all you got too pls, I'm gonna be there for a few months and I wanna hit everything I can.
>real culture and cuisine
theres a strange restaurant on colorado boulevard called Poppies. They have a little of everything. It's got its own unique feel. Kinda fun, pretty good food.
Shanahan's and Elways are both fine. Shanahan was a former broncos coach, and john elway is their current vice president
Anyway, shanahans is very expensive but absolutely fine food. Elways isn't too expensive and it's great.
The Kitchen is pretty solid.
If you really like jap food and want to splurge, get the omakase at Sushi Den. The chef's brother lives in Kyushu and picks the fish out daily from the market then flies it out to him. Crazy fresh and hands down the best sushi I've ever had in my life. I got to try monkfish liver and amaebi heads, but you can let the chef know your preferences in advance so he knows to keep it simple or bring out the weird exotic stuff.