Bringing San Fran's famous deep dish 'za to Denver, Patxi's serves their slices up right, baked to perfection on a rotating oven to give you that optimal bite. Add whatever toppings your little heart desires and choose from one of their many craft beers on tap.
This may be Mile High's biggest ode to 'za. They've got enough discs to satisfy the hungriest of customers, as well as enough beer to satisfy the thirstiest of Denverites. That's a lot of brew.
Here're 3 reasons to consider cruising by this approachable LoDo staple: 1) A menu full of great Italian eats 2) Sick patio 3) Appealing happy hour with $4 meatball sliders. Why aren't you there yet?
Converting a former art gallery into a neighborhood haunt highlighted by a bar built from a recycled bowling lane, H&P is run by husband & wife chefs intent on bringing elevated brews and classical cooking techniques to the old-fashioned pizza joint, something even Escoffier wouldn't scoff at, and not just because he's dead.
Edgewater Inn is home to a great happy hour, stellar calzones & pizzas, and zesty libations. You'd be a fool to skip out on this CO hotspot.
A pizza oven already in the back inspired the Wyman's crew to start plating Chicago style deep dish, which's now feasted on by Bears fans as they sip $2 Old Styles surrounded by the signed jerseys of Butkus and Devin Hester -- just don't you try taking one to the house, as that would constitute theft.