Started in Steamboat in 1999, Backcountry Delicatessen has since set up shop in Jackson, Fort Collins and now LoDo, where the restaurant isn't so much a pre-hike stop as a workday destination. It's open for breakfast and lunch, cranking out morning specials and salads and sandwiches galore, broken down into simple categories like "beef" and "ham" as well as some left-field options like liverwurst (found under "European specialties"). But the ingredients are fresh and the portions hearty, perfect to keep you energized at your desk later in the day. The fast-growing franchise also offers catering, party platters and box lunches so you can enjoy your food in the wilderness of downtown Denver offices.
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Backcountry Provisions, the Steamboat Springs-based mini-chain that added a LoDo store in 2010, has changed its name to Backcountry Delicatessen. "The brand refresh represents more than a name change; it's a progression of our busin...
Backcountry Provisions is shooting to open its LoDo store on Thursday morning -- just in time for Friday's Colorado Rockies home opener. The sandwich shop/deli has moved into the former Willie Matthews Gallery space at 1617 Wazee St...
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