See also: That's What New York Thinks the Denver Dining Scene Is? Shame!
Nothing against the restaurants listed -- all fine choices -- but what I am hearing is that if you're visiting Denver from New York you should order New York style entrees instead of trying actual local cuisine? For shame...Says Ellen:
If you've got it, flaunt it. And yes, everything from New York City is unique and the best. Having spent half of my life in NYC and the latter half in Denver, I know from what I speak. Admittedly, Denver does a better job with Mexican restaurants but it doesn't hold a candle to New York City for other ethnic foods.Says gofastgo:
I've been there and had their 'street food', dirty, nasty street food, that is cherished and promoted by the NYT and others, why? because it's NEW YORK! Hallelujah, 'We're New York, everything here is better' Really? If you said more expensive, much more expensive, you got it right, other than that, not so much.Concludes Gerard:
The persistence of civic change and resultant effects, good or no, is a frequent topic here at Westword, and results in some interesting discussions.If you were taking a New Yorker out on the town in Denver, where would you go? Post your suggestions below, and see many more here.
But one thing that hasn't changed a lick from my childhood until now -- and, certainly, my eventual home in the cool restful grave -- is the Janus head of GO BACK WHUR YOU CAME FROM CITY SLICKER/NAHHH DENVER SUCKS AND SO DO YOU.
It will outlast the cockroaches. Which, I hear, are abundant in New York.