After Telegraph closed, we asked Denver diners what they'd like to see in that spot. The overwhelming answer? A reasonably priced restaurant. And the comments keep coming, from people hungry for more modest eateries that make it easy to go out for a meal. Says Josh:
There were plenty of good reasonably priced restaurants, then everyone mindlessly hopped on the bandwagon and ruined the state.
We need more high-end pretentious eateries.
Seriously, not everything needs to be high-concept food.
Unfortunately, it's getting to the point where we need more reasonably priced *everything* in Denver. *sigh*
Do you think the Denver dining scene lacks reasonably-priced options? What restaurant do you think offers the most bang for your buck?
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