Places to eat
Denver has a longstanding love affair with sushi, thanks in large part to Sushi Den, the pristine house of Japanese seafood that brothers Yasu and Toshi Kizaki opened in 1984. As testament to Sushi Den’s status, chefs at just about every other revered sushi restaurant in town have spent time working here. Rather than resting on reputation, though, Sushi Den stays at the top with its commitment to the freshest seafood available.
Amadeo’s Pizza & Deli
Stopped by for a quick bite to eat while in town. Very reasonably priced! The food was delicious and reminded me of home and a former pizza shop which had fresh made sauce and well-done crust! The sub and Stromboli were full of meat. We would visit again! There appears to also be a bakery case, unsure what other goodies they have during the daytime as we visited at night.