A Guide to the Best Hummus in Denver

BY DiningOut Staff


A Guide to the Best Hummus in Denver

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This past Saturday marked International Hummus Day, and for a good reason. Mediterranean cuisine is known for its comforting and hearty meals, with hummus and pita being fan favorites. To help you satisfy your craving for this delicious snack, we’ve compiled a list of some of the tastiest and coziest places to indulge in hummus. Keep reading below to find your next go-to spot!


3330 Brighton Blvd #201, Denver, CO 80216

Does the perfect hummus exist? Six of them do, and you can find them on the menu at Safta. You can’t go wrong from a classic tahini hummus to their lamb ragù hummus. Pair it with their fresh baked bread and invite your friends so you can try them all.

Sahara Mediterranean Restaurant

9636 E Arapahoe Rd, Greenwood Village, CO 80112

The family-owned team at Sahara has been serving up the Middle Eastern comfort food they grew up on since 1993. Their hummus is a classic blend of chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, and garlic, garnished with extra virgin olive oil and paprika. Add it to any of their hearty, delicious dishes, or get it on its own to dip with some veggies and pita bread.

Crave Mediterranean Grill

Crave Mediterranean Grill boasts over 20 years of experience as a family-owned and operated restaurant. They take great care to ensure that their family recipes are made using only the freshest ingredients and served with a warm smile. At Crave, customers can enjoy timeless classics and new, contemporary Mediterranean dishes that will satisfy any palate.

Mazevo Mediterranean Eatery

3961 Tennyson St, Denver, CO 80212

Mazevo joined Denver’s Mediterranean lineup in Spring 2020 on the popular Tennyson Street corridor. Providing a cozy and comfortable atmosphere, they have entrées for various dietary restrictions – all perfectly complimented by their signature hummus.


2005 W 33rd Ave, Denver, CO 80211

Prepare your palate to journey through contemporary Israeli cuisine at Ash’Kara. Begin your exploration with their dips, including their signature hand-whipped hummus served with a heritage wood-fired pita that gets baked in a 900-degree brick oven and contains local wheat and honey ingredients. 

Need a few more ideas? We have no shortage of hummus options in Denver:

House of Kabob

Yahya’s Mediterranean Grill



DiningOut Staff

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