Since 1987, Buffalo Bill's has been whisking boxes of hot wings to the doors of Denver. Before delivery, the wings are tossed in one of 15 sauces, which range from mild and sweet to absolutely fiery, depending on if the customer wants to decimate piles of napkins. Pleasant lemon-herb and sweet-and-sour sauces share space with three types of barbecue sauce and seven different levels of hot sauce. Buffalo Bill's also delivers Pudge Bros. pizza, custom-made or in specialty variations.
Sonoda's 550 Broadway's public-facing prep area showcases chefs' chopping skills as they stuff sushi specialty rolls with creative ingredients such as jalapeño masago. For fully cooked fare, piping-hot tempuras and teriyakis nestle onto rectangular plates draped in more elegant garnishes than the Cabbage Patch Kids at prom. Amber track lighting snakes between upside-down parasols suspended overhead, and exposed-brick walls imbue the establishment with an atmosphere of industrial chic. A full bar selection soothes diners' thirsts, and full stomachs' calls for back up carry on the breeze from an outdoor patio.
At iFish Japanese Grill & Sushi Bar, brother-sister duo Louis and Kuo Eing Ming strive to modernize the sushi roll while maintaining strict culinary traditions. More than two dozen rolls – with names such as Heart Attack and Peyton Manning – offer flavorful bites with invented ingredients such as roasted coconut, tempura shrimp, spicy yellowtail, sriracha sauce, and homemade aioli. Hot dishes from the kitchen include sesame chicken and Korean short ribs with a side of kimchi.
Described by chef/owner Troy Guard as ‰ÛÏcontinental social food,‰Û� the cuisine at Tag combines the flavors of Asia, Latin America and Guard‰Ûªs native Hawaii for an experience that is meant to be enjoyed with friends. Dishes are easily shareable, and run the gamut from charred ahi taco sushi to goat enchilada to duck two ways with pan-seared duck and duck confit spring rolls. Guests willing to put their faith in the chef will be pleasantly rewarded with Guard‰Ûªs ever-changing omakase menu. Watch the team at work in the open kitchen from a seat at the chef‰Ûªs counter, or sink into one of the oversized red booths as you await your meal. Tag‰Ûªs Larimer Square location makes it an ideal starting point for your night; however, with its lively atmosphere and seasonally inspired cocktails, you might find it hard to leave. Note: We believe correct name is TAG, so we would change that in title and copy
Today's Groupon gently guides you down a delicious path—with succulent rest stops—that leads to stomach nirvana. For $10, you get $25 worth of American Asian cuisine at Ling and Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill. This Groupon's good at two locations in the Denver area: Northfield and downtown.Dewey: Say, Louie, I hear you had a rather interesting night at the racetrack last night? Oh really, you lost all your money on a horse that couldn’t lose? Why what was the horses’ name? Ha! That’s very ironic that the horse was named Couldn’t Lose. Good talking to you.