For years, we've heard that Tocabe: An American Indian Eatery, which opened in northwest Denver in December 2008, would soon have a second outlet -- maybe in downtown, maybe on Broadway, maybe in Aurora, on Broadway. But now that second Tocabe is becoming a reality...in Centennial? See also: Tocabe Does Chipotle One Better -- With Fry Bread
Jesus. Centennial? Why open in that god-forsaken beige hellhole?
Elicia sounds willing to go anywhere for one Tocabe speciality:
Their buffalo ribs really need to be classified as a controlled substance...so good.
And Steven has his doubts:
So what was originally an imitation of another street food is now going to be next trend for douchebag "foodies"?
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What do you think of Tocabe's new location? Will the "foodies" flock to Centennial?