- $30 worth of local, organic cuisine at Shazz Cafe and Bar
- View dinner menu
- Thoughtful wine list
- Seasonal ingredients
- Everything made from scratch
- Simple, elegant preparations
- Environmentally conscious
- Outdoor seating
- Not valid toward Sunday brunch or happy hour.
- Closed Tuesdays.
The Denver Post and Denver Westword like Shazz’s exquisitely prepared food, and the now-defunct Rocky Mountain News gave it a B: > * I thought I knew a lot about Shazz before I stepped through the door, with every expectation of terrible things being done to helpless ingredients, of vintage ’80s plates of food stacked and doodled with squeeze-bottle sauces, of soft jazz on the radio and expressionist art on the walls and pamphlets about the Swami Vivekananda by the door. As it turns out, I was right about the jazz and the art, but that was about it. Because the food at Shazz is wonderful, and in the end, that’s all that matters. – Jason Sheehan, Denver Westword > * Exceptions notwithstanding, Shazz has the food down pat. And it’s the food that matters most. If this were a food review rather than a dining review, Shazz would earn an unqualified endorsement. – Tucker Shaw, Denver Post
Yelpers and OpenTable users give four-star averages, three TripAdvisors give an average of four owl eyes, and 74% of more than 100 Urbanspooners like it: > * I hesitate to use the word “fabulous” because there is such a silly connotation to it, but that’s what Shazz is. The food is amazing, the ever-changing menu inspired, the service impeccible [sic] and the wine list outstanding. – LKH, Urbanspoon > * The more I think about how they’ve crafted their recipes to focus in on the wholesome goodness of one or two key ingredients, the more impressed I am with this place. – David M., Yelp
4262 Lowell Blvd.
Denver, Colorado 80211Get Directions