Brider

1644 Platte St.
Denver, Colorado 80202
303-455-3084
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  • Monday through Saturday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Beer/Wine
  • Takeout
  • Parking Lot Available
Culinary all-stars Steven Redzikowski and Bryan Dayton opened this Highland joint in January 2016, and fans of the duo's highly acclaimed full-service ventures (Oak at Fourteenth and Acorn) will recognize elements that run like swoon-worthy motifs across their menus. That means the meatballs we know and love, this time snuggled on ciabatta in the best meatball sandwich you'll ever eat, plus the signature kale-apple salad and Dayton's cocktails on tap. But it also means a deep roster of hearty, seasonal salads like roasted carrots with cumin, chickpeas and pomegranate seeds; a porchetta-and-kimchi sandwich; and dinnertime plates featuring rotisserie meats that tilt American, Korean, Middle Eastern or Indian, depending on the sides. This isn't a poor man's Acorn; it's exquisite (fan)fare for the common man, dished up three times a day in a fun, mod fast-casual space.

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