Canopy Grill deals swiftly with hunger and thirst, defeating them with lunch and dinner menus that feature American fare dunked in a tasty pot of tropics. Begin your munch session by chowing on the cravo, a deep-fried avocado half stuffed with crabmeat, peppers, and onions ($9 for lunch, $9.50 for dinner).
When Max Gill and Grill moved into its current location?a building constructed in the early 1900s?it joined a neighborhood institution. The building was originally home to a marine-themed tavern, a popular spot in the Washington Park neighborhood. The restaurant's throwback decor is in keeping with the spirit of the building, while also evoking seafood shack that was plucked right from the beaches of Key West. Today, the restaurant?s rustic, waterfront feel creates the ideal atmosphere in which to bring a homesick pirate, or enjoy surf and turf and Alaska king crabs. You can even build your own seafood dishes and customize it right down to the cooking technique, such as pan-roasted, grilled, or blackened.
If you want seafood, steak or just a few cocktails in Denver, Ocean Prime is where you want to be. Featuring all your surf-and-turf favorites as well as signature cocktails, Ocean Prime can quench your thirst and end your hunger with a meal that's worth every penny paid. Try the filet mignon paired with black truffle butter for an unforgettable entrée that practically melts in your mouth, or if it's seafood you're after, sample the teriyaki salmon served with a side of shiitake sticky rice. Balance out the meal with a refreshing cucumber gimlet. Ocean Prime is open seven days a week, so come by when you feel the need for a savory dining experience.