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Pizza Republica

890 14th St.
Denver, CO 80202

Category: Restaurant > Pizza

Region: Downtown Denver

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Pizza Republica
Burrata $12.95
Pastuccia $8.95
Michaelangelo wedge $8.95
Pear and goat cheese $10.95
Georgio pizza $14.95
Duck and fig pizza $16.95
Pizza margherita $12.95
Nona's stuffed shells $14.95
Butternut squash ravioli $15.95
Braciole and strozzapreti $18.95
Tiramisu $7.95
890 14th Street
303-623-2811
11 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 3:30-9 p.m. Sunday

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Throw in a piece of classic tiramisu and you'll see Pizza Republica for what it is: not a locally owned Olive Garden knockoff, but a comfortable, friendly place for a bite before or after the show, whether you come solo, with young kids (who aren't always welcome downtown) or with a group. Eder's got the "grandma's hospitality" thing nailed. Now he just needs to work on a few of those recipes.

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11 comments
Sterling Meeks
Sterling Meeks

Ah, the resorting to ad hominem when one is clearly unable to defend one's own position. By the way, these "all sorts of diseases" you speak of are not fully applicable to advances in pasteurization of milk or the use of preservatives in the meat supply. Instead, it's the "raw milk" fad that is actually leading to increased incidence of food poisoning, and ultimately, it is the overall sedentary lifestyle of modern America that is the cause for obesity, high cholesterol, and a plethora of other ailments that tin-foil hat wearing imbeciles like yourself falsely attribute to some "exotic" chemical preservative or other "unnatural" ingredient. Simply put: modern society is fucking LAZIER and eating MORE than previous generations, hence the higher proportion of LARD ASSES. Now, you can take issue with certain factory farming practices or the explosion of fast food joints or the "food deserts" across the country all you like, but at the end of the day, individuals must be held accountable for their choices/behaviors at least to SOME extent. You truly believe that a vegan diet is the "cure all?" Think again. What that really does is severely limit the type and amount of food choices to consume and, most importantly, it cuts out a lot of necessary dietary nutrients that can only be obtained via other animal sources -- via their own meat and/or their byproducts -- as these species lower down the food chain are able to digest and break down vital proteins enzymes that cannot be done directly by homo sapiens. In other words, humans are DESIGNED by nature to eat meat. One can make the conscious decision to forgo consuming of any animal products but one cannot deny hard, valid scientific fact. Stupid Ignorant Cunt.

Ellen Kessler
Ellen Kessler

If that were true, they wouldn't offer meat (full of antibiotics and growth hormones), eggs (cholesterol promoter), or dairy (all sorts of diseases are linked to dairy). How was McDonald's today, Sterling?

Sterling Meeks
Sterling Meeks

Maybe it's because restaurants would prefer to keep their customers healthy and returning to their establishments rather than succumbing to malnutrition.

Ellen Kessler
Ellen Kessler

Pffffft to you. YOU order the salad Mary. And when did Westword make you the new Calhoun?

Ellen Kessler
Ellen Kessler

thank you, Ray. We've been talking about this café on the Colorado Vegans page. Lots of new restaurants ordering numerous choices popping up in 2013!

Mary Maybee
Mary Maybee

Order a salad! Pizza Republica is great! Westword-getting tired of your negative commentary!

Ellen Kessler
Ellen Kessler

You would think that new restaurants would offer vegan options. Yes, even at Italian restaurants. Doesn't look like this one does.

TheFabulousMarkT
TheFabulousMarkT topcommenter

"It's a mystery why servers recommend the burrata over this knockout dish" [referring to the pastuccia].

(raises hand) Ooh, Ms. Kurtz, Ms. Kurtz, I know why! :D

Based on the presentation of the dish in that photo, I'm sorry to say it really doesn't look terribly appetizing to me.

I of course am always more than happy to visit, taste it and be proven wrong. :) But that's my theory about the question you pose.

 
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