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1. Olive & Finch 1552 E 17th Ave, Denver, CO 80218

Olive & Finch is a rare bird -- an establishment devoted to using local, organic, and sustainable ingredients in order to make fast, convenient dishes for you when you're on the run. Get your hands on a pulled pork breakfast scramble or a Reuben made with house-cured pastrami without even leaving your car -- they have curbside delivery to make things as easy as possible.

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2. Voodoo Doughnuts 1520 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80218 (Capitol Hill)

By way of Portland comes Voodoo Doughnuts, known for their always delicious doughnuts and sometimes risqué names, like the Triple Chocolate Penetration or the Dirty Snowballs. They do have an impressive roster of G-rated donuts as well -- don't leave before you've had a bite of a Bacon Maple Bar.

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3. Lower48 Kitchen 2020 Lawrence St Unit A, Denver, CO 80205 (Northwest)

At Lower48, two Frasca alums dish up a menu that changes daily, with cuisine inspired by regional ingredients and culinary traditions from all over America.

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4. Los Chingones 2461 Larimer Street #102, Denver, CO 80205 (Five Points)

Located in downtown RiNo, Los Chignons is a bi-level, modern Mexican restaurant and lounge from Colorado Restaurateur Troy Guard. The contemporary taqueria features creative and unexpected Mexican street snacks and cocktails like salsa flights, pig ear nachos, and octopus tacos, and a tequila cocktail with Mexican coke... and pop rocks. You can stick to the basics in food and drink -- vegetarian options are also on offer -- or take an adventure into Guard’s “badass Mexican” cuisine with a Beergarita (it is exactly as it sounds) to accompany your rattlesnake chorizo queso fundido.