Should your appetite dip below the equator, count on Voice Places to deliver South American cuisine in Denver / Boulder. Our professional critics and active local diners are your guide to what’s good, and our searchable restaurant listings make it easy to map out a plan.
For years, Cafe Brazil has been the go-to spot for Denverites looking for a taste of South America. Unlike most of the Brazilian restaurants in this country, it isn't a... More »
Not only is Centro a beautiful restaurant, a casual restaurant and an undeniably cool restaurant with a bar that pours some stiff... More »
Small and weird and uncommon and devilishly crowded at its peak is not a standard recipe for wild restaurant success. But in Limon's warm storefront space, owner/chef Alex... More »
Owner Jose Acevedo watches the front of the house, standing post behind the short bar, overseeing service and talking soccer and food with his regulars. In the back, chef... More »
Stop in El Taco de Mexico during the worst crush of a busy rush, and you'll be in the most jumbled, bungled, mingled, noisy, crowded and cosmopolitan spot in the... More »
Benny's is a Colorado classic, a Colorado Mexican restaurant that serves fat-ass burritos, enormous nacho platters, free chips and salsa, and... More »
Zengo is the best of Richard Sandoval's Denver restaurants (which include Tamayo and La Sandia), a shockingly smart and original fusion of Mexican flavors with Asian... More »
Temporarily closed: Pueblan food is rare in Denver, which is strange, since this city boasts a fair number of Mexican immigrants who've come up from the nearly... More »
The menu at this understated Argentinean pizza joint lists forty types of pizza, each as unique as a snowflake, and not one bearing a single slice of... More »
Peruvian food is some of the strangest, most delicious stuff in the world, a mish-mash of centuries of cultural influences thrown together onto one plate. Spanish... More »
Almost every culinary culture embraces the delicious concept of filling a pastry shell with meat and/or vegetables, then serving it up as a snack: The Chinese have pork-stuffed bao, the British make meat-and-gravy pasties, India puts potatoes in samosas, and in America we heat up Hot Pockets — which were invented right here in Colorado.
But for my money, no one does savory...
The Argentines may be known for their meat, but when the first waves of reverse culture shock hit after I returned to Denver from Buenos Aires, I didn't track down an asado — which is what the natives call a big barbecue gathering. Instead, I went looking for other dishes...
Legend has it that the first owner actually was Brazilian," our waiter muses as he admires the caramel-colored crema on top of our post-dinner espressos. "He left town after a year and a half because he couldn't find fresh mangoes in the state of Colorado."
This is my aha moment, my last question finally -- blissfully -- answered. Our meal at Cafe Brazil has been my...
One of the best Mexican places in town, hands down! Great for anytime and also to pop in after lots of vino on first Friday.Read Full Review
Pretty tasty...also try Texas de Brazil in Stapleton for the same type of dining experience.Read Full Review
mmmmm... El Taco De Mexico is awesome.Read Full Review
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