Ten best pre/post-show eats on South Broadway
In the past decade, South Broadway has turned into a thriving hub for music and nightlife in Denver with a variety of options to whittle away your evenings, whether you're taking in a show at places like 3 Kings Tavern, the hi-dive, Gary Lee's Motor Club, the Skylark or getting your groove on Blue Ice. Much like this list's Colfax counterpart, South Broadway has a number of culinary gems to tempt your tastebuds before or after hitting the town. Keep reading for a rundown of your ten best bets.
10. Irish Rover, 54 S. Broadway The Irish Rover is a long-time, enduring locals-favorite in the Baker 'hood, and it could be because of the constantly rotating drink specials, or the perfectly-poured Guinness pints. Or maybe it's the swank, re-vamped outdoor patio. More likely, however, it's their famous Irish Nachos, an amazingly delicious mess of fried potato chips, cheese, corned-beef, and horseradish sauce. Plus, the kitchen is open until Midnight on the weekends.
9. Famous Pizza, 98 S. Broadway Famous Pizza has been slinging pies on Broadway for over thirty years -- and customers return as much for the nostalgia of a classic New York pizza spot as they do for the cheap, melty slices. The service is fast, even when the streets fill with people leaving the surrounding bars on snack missions.
8. Moe's Original BBQ, 3295 S. Broadway Moe's Original is ideal if you're seeing a show or hanging out at one the South Broadway dives and you need some sustenance to soak up the suds. The barbecue here is served up until midnight with fare ranging from pulled pork and brisket to sweet baked beans and banana pudding.Next Page
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