Word of Mouth

What's the smallest joint in Denver? A reader needs a little help

A little help, please! A reader just made this fascinating request:

"I'm organizing a night with my wife involving all things tiny. We are renting a Smart car and hopefully trying some of Denver's smallest food and drink establishments. Unfortunately, a Google search has yielded very little information, so I thought I'd turn to Westword. Does anyone on your team know what the tiniest restaurant and/or bar in Denver is? Any help would be infinitely appreciated!"

We recommended the Thin Man, which is definitely a tiny bar -- but is it the smallest in Denver? And now that Clair de Lune is just a tiny memory, what about restaurants?

Post your ideas below.

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