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Welcome to Denver, a city where the culinary scene thrives in the shadows of the Rockies, brimming with secrets waiting to be devoured. Discovering the Hidden Gems and Exclusive Dishes of Denver’s Restaurants. In the spirit of Anthony Bourdain, let’s embark on a journey, uncovering the underbelly of Denver’s dining scene, where the secret is the spice and the unknown is the main ingredient.

A5 Steakhouse: This is not your average steakhouse. At A5, it’s about the “Chef Max Style” steak – a hidden treasure not flaunted on the menu. Imagine a steak, not just any steak, but one topped with the kind of buttery roasted bone marrow that makes you question every steak you’ve had before. It’s a carnivorous dream, a secret handshake among meat lovers.

Hop Alley: Picture this – a backdrop of RiNo’s urban artistry, a plate of Sichuan magic. Hop Alley takes the familiar and spins it into something unrecognizably delicious. Their schmaltzy Chinese broccoli, a crunchy, salty nod to tradition, is sprinkled with duck salt, and their pork and pickled cabbage dumplings? Let’s just say they’re a fiery ticket to flavor town.

Molotov Kitschen & Cocktails: Here, Eastern Europe meets Denver cool. It’s about dishes like potato pelmeni with turmeric butter, redefining comfort food, and a beet-less borscht that’s a vibrant ode to the traditional, with a twist.

Jelly: This place turns brunch into a nostalgic joyride. Their PB&J Donut Bites are a secret whisper in the world of brunch – a playful, doughy nod to your childhood, hiding in plain sight.

Urban Farmer Denver: At this steakhouse, the “Urban Forager Cocktail” is a testament to creativity, blending foraged Matsutake mushrooms and bee pollen bitters in a symphony of flavors that’s as wild as the Colorado wilderness itself.

Peel Handcrafted Pizza: Sure, the pizzas are the stars, but the secret Cubano sandwich? It’s a hidden gem, a fusion of Tender Belly pulled pork and smoky flavors, tucked away from the spotlight.

In Denver, the secret menu items aren’t just dishes; they’re stories, whispered in the corners of kitchens and passed between those in the know. So next time you’re in the Mile High City, remember to ask for the unasked, explore the unexplored, and taste the untasted. Because here, the best flavors are often hidden, just waiting to be discovered.

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Kevin Fox

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