El Diablo - Closed

101 Broadway
Denver, CO 80203
303-954-0324
El Diablo +

Mark Manger

Details

  • Daily 7am-4am
  • $, $$
  • Catering, Kid Friendly, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair accessible
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Parking Lot Available, Street Parking
  • Reservations Accepted
The devil's in the details. After two years of planning, Jesse Morreale opened his new restaurant, El Diablo, in the corner of the old First Avenue Hotel, a place that looked like hell when Morreale bought it but has now been transformed into a fantasy cantina, with stunning murals, vintage conquistador-style light fixtures, a big center bar (pouring the same house margs that win awards at Morreale's Tambien) and huge windows that offer a view of the passing parade on Broadway. But you'll want to focus on the menu, because Sean Yontz is in the kitchen here, and he's come up with a huge roster of appetizers (including excellent sopas), soups, salads, entrees (chicken mole, brisket) and a dream lineup of tacos -- which are served until 4 a.m. From a walk-up window on First Avenue. Heaven!

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