Morrison makes a good backdrop for Cafe Prague's upscale and serene homage to old-world Czech and German cuisine and old-school American dishes like duck a l'orange, chicken marsala and tournados Oscar. Guests come as much for the restaurant's high-end service as for its traditional and conservative platings. If you go, go often so that you'll experience the extra attention given to regulars. Best bets are the Eastern European classics like sauerbraten and schnitzel, which can be ordered in either chicken, pork or veal variations.
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I can drive from my house to Morrison in about the same amount of time that it takes me to drive to downtown Denver, but I rarely go. Once a year to a show at Red Rocks, if I'm lucky, but otherwise I've probably had dinner in the al...