Few things feel more satisfying than sinking your teeth into a handcrafted burger at dinnertime or sipping on a cold beer after a hard week of work. At Park Centre Lounge & Grille, guests silence tummy rumbles with fresh, ground-beef patties on kaiser rolls, carve up spice-rubbed sirloins, and share baskets of chicken tenders and smoked potato skins with friends. Cocktails and bottles of beer loosen ties and melt away stress as patrons play shuffleboard, Golden Tee, pool, and beer pong. After sipping brews or snacking on buffalo wings, guests can watch live music from local bands, or entertain themselves with the bar's ever-popular nightly karaoke sets, replete with more than 50,000 songs, professional-quality microphones, and actors paid to do standing ovations after every song.
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Rumbi Island's menu swiftly serves tropics-inspired fare stocked with flavors that run the gamut of Pacific to Caribbean culinary traditions, artfully sidestepping the haughty Atlantic. Customizable rice bowls (half sizes starting at $6.99, full sizes starting at $7.99) fill grumbling stomachs with their choice of protein (chicken, Luau pork, organic tofu, and more) and handcrafted sauce, like the soylicious Hawaiian teriyaki or the sweet, spicy Jamaican jerk. Take a monster bite into the Kahuna burger ($6.99), with two ground-beef patties marinated in teriyaki sauce and crowned with grilled pineapple. All sandwiches come potently paired with your preference of Rumbi fries (mix of sweet potato and regular fries) or chips and tropical salsa. Herbivores can don lettuce-strung leis with the Aloha chicken salad ($7.99), featuring a robust blend of diced mango, gorgonzola, and creamy mango-passion vinaigrette.
Wingman has been serving the best wings in Denver (according to Westword) since 1981, focusing its menu on Buffalo-style wings brought over by the Mineo family from upstate New York's majestic chicken-capped mountains. Order anywhere from 10 ($7.99) to 500 ($349.99) of the tasty meat morsels and be sure to slacken your belt accordingly. The laid-back eatery lets you pick your poultry-poison with a selection of mild, medium, hot, extra hot, honey barbecue, or teriyaki sauce before picking your poison-poison from an array of draught beer that includes Coors Light, Fat Tire, and New Belgium seasonal brew. You can also munch on baskets of popcorn chicken ($5.99), mozzarella sticks ($4.99), fries ($1.89), or your own fingernails as you anxiously wait for the universe to make up its mind as to whether or not you exist. For something heartier, try an Angus beef burger ($5.99–$6.39) or one of Wingman’s sandwiches and salads. If you're not feeling as stuffed as a mounted turducken head, close with a dessert plate of funnel cake ($1.99).
Kabob Station’s owner, Ronda Saleh, crafts succulent Syrian and Middle Eastern cuisine with imported spices and exclusively homemade ingredients. With a single amour or an assembly of ravenous stuffed animals, diners can communally dive into one of the menu’s starter plates for two or four. An appetizer sampler collects hummus, falafel, tabbouleh and other enticing starters onto one plate for mix-and-match appetite whetting or multimedia food fights. Entrees, each served with a medley of rice, a house salad, hummus, and Kabob Station's daily baked pita bread, pique gustatory interest with kebab, shawarma, and vegetarian selections. Tear into a spiced lamb shank, baked and served with fresh veggies, or celebrate the many facets of meaty eats with a Kabob Station combination, which assembles three styles of kebab and three styles of shawarma into a rainbow of protein-packed sustenance.