Otto's American Grill now open in Parker

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Parker just got a new neighborhood hang-out, with the September 22 opening of Otto's American Grill at 18366 East Lincoln, in the old Pasta Bella location.

Otto's was opened by John Davis, a restaurateur who had a variety of spots in Phoenix before setting down roots in the Denver area. The menu reflects classic American favorites -- burgers, pizzas, soups and salads; fresh fries, onion rings and kettle chips. And customers are likely to favor Davis's prices too: you can get a third-pound certified Angus burger for just $4.95, and up it to a half-pound of beef for a buck more.

For directions and a sample menu, visit www.ottosgrill.com.

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