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Cesar, Roberto and Ignacio Leon, the brothers behind the beloved Los Carboncitos, opened the more upscale Paxia in August 2011. The name is Nahuatl for "peace," and the space is light and breezy, with a pleasant patio outside and a sunny, peaceful dining area inside. While its more rowdy sibling lists a full page of tacos, Paxia offers just three varieties, and then only at lunch: steak, shrimp or chicken. At dinner, many of the dishes seem a little dumbed-down and safe, but if you order carefully, you won’t be disappointed. On weekends, the lamb barbacoa is a must. And unlike Los Carboncitos, Paxia not only has outdoor dining, but a liquor license.
Ignacio Leon Los Carboncitos 3757 Pecos Street 303-458-0880 www.loscarboncitos.com Paxia 4001 Tejon Street 720-583-6860 www.paxiadenver.com Part one of my interview with Ignacio Leon, exec chef o... More »
Ignacio Leon Los Carboncitos 3757 Pecos Street 303-458-0880 www.loscarboncitos.com Paxia 4001 Tejon Street 720-583-6860 www.paxiadenver.com This is part one of my interview with Ignacio Leon, exec... More »
When I was living in New York, I constantly craved Mexican food — which, aside from upscale Tex-Mex, was about as easy to find on the East Coast as a pro-choicer at a Tea Party convention. Real Mexican food isn't all that common in Denver,... More »
simply the best mexican food i've had in denver! fresh ingredients makes all the difference - AND - i believe the best margs i've had ever. I highly recommend this neighborhood restaurant. great service as well.
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