I looked up vegetarian food in Denver, but the main post was mostly from 2009, and I know with the economy the way it is that things have changed on the food scene a bit. My best friend is coming in from Jersey at the end of October, and she has some very specific likes/food requirements that I really would like to accommodate while giving her an excellent culinary experience overall.
1) She's mainly vegetarian but freely partakes of seafood.
2) She's emphatically NOT vegan - that girl loves her some dairy!
3) While she loves pasta and sushi, she's in an area that has excellent examples of both, so I'm thinking to steer away from those. She also loves Mexican food, so a Mexican restaurant with a lot of vegetarian dishes would be a good choice.
She's here for a conference, so I'll probably only have two full days with her, but we'll probably be eating out for almost all of our meals, plus dinners on the days of her conference if she opts out of the networking opportunities.
Snooze is on the list for breakfast (we'll be there early on a weekday, so no crazy wait), and I'm thinking Euclid Hall and Vesta Dipping Grill for dinner/lunch. Totally open to suggestions though beyond those, and would love to give her some choices.
Vesta Dipping Grill
1822 Blake Street, Denver, CO 80202
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