Wondering where to eat this weekend? Try Comida at the Source.
One of the most popular spots for authentic Mexican street food is Comida restaurant located in Denver’s The Source. Comida, owned by Rayme Rossello, actually first started as a food truck in 2010. Now Rossello has two brick and mortar locations- Comida in Denver and a location in Longmont.
Comida’s roots are tied into street food and real, quality ingredients for a reasonable price. The menu is simple and delicious; it doesn’t need much explaining. Some of the staples on Comida’s menu includes tacos for $3-4, griddle tacos (smaller corn tacos) $2.50 each and tostados for $4. There is also the popular staple of appetizers such as tortilla chips with choice of 3 homemade salsas or authentic guacamole.
Comida is open 11am-10pm Monday-Saturday, and is open for brunch Sunday from 9am-3pm. Brunch offers unique entrees such as lemon queso fresco pancakes, Comida benedicts or chilaquiles. Happy hour starts at 3pm every day with $5 cocktails, $2 beers and $4 street snacks.
Comida is located at 3350 Brighton Blvd #105, Denver, CO 80216.