Peppers is best known for its pancakes -- a flagship staple at this restaurant, light and fluffy, but still substantial enough that a stack of two makes a full meal. Trust us: These slightly sweet, slightly malty hotcakes are the diner pancakes of your dreams. But don't be fooled into thinking that all Peppers has to offer is breakfast, because the menu has something for everyone, a sort of mishmash of American, Greek and Mexican, burgers and gyros and burritos served alongside cups of Colorado green chile. And there's one other important staple at Peppers: the service. Owner George Strompoulos keeps checking in with his customers to see if everything's okay (it always is).
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Denver history is worn into the formica tabletops and vinyl booths of timeless diners scattered across the city. The scent of coffee, fried potatoes and burger grease wafts through the murmuring dining rooms, carrying with it memori...
The colorful sign in front of the restaurant at 3500 Morrison Road reads "Peppers Restaurant" for the passersby on the busy roadway, but for the owner of Peppers, it could read "The American Dream on a Plate." That owner is George S...
In the land of green chile that is Denver, finding the best bowl of chili con carne can be a difficult task. The main characteristics in a good chili are tender beef, spicy yet balanced flavors, a satisfying thick and hearty texture...
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