Where to Eat This Weekend: Denver – Stoney’s Full Steam Tavern

July 12th, 2013 Posted by Denver, Where To Eat This Weekend No Comment yet

 

Not Your Typical Sports Tavern

 

Stoney's Full Steam Tavern

 

From the outside, you might suspect Stoney’s Full Steam Tavern in Denver to be like any regular sports tavern that serves mediocre food to accompany your drink of choice.  However, once you sit down and take a look at Stoney’s rather extensive full menu, you will quickly realize that Stoney’s takes their food a bit more seriously than your normal sports tavern.

Stoney’s allows you to eat as greasy or as greaseless of food as your heart desires.  For those looking to indulge in a heart-stopping remake of a childhood favorite, Stoney’s serves Mac n’ Cheese Cakes stuffed with bacon, coated with a goat cheese cream sauce, all pan seared and garnished with a few sprigs of fresh basil.  Stoney’s extends its creativity to its hummus made with roasted cauliflower, onions, garlic, and tahini sauce that will all together put the typical chickpea hummus to shame.  Served with an onslaught of veggies, you can dip to your own delight.

Unlike many sports taverns, Stoney’s Full Steam Tavern offers an array of dishes that will satisfy your appetite for lunch or dinner.  A summer favorite, fish tacos made with blackened Colorado bass, topped with pico de gallo, shredded cabbage, fresh avocado, and chipotle sour cream is the warm weather dish of the moment, served with three warm corn tortillas for you to fill as full as you can get them.  If you enjoy breakfast for lunch or even for dinner, Stoney’s Breakfast Burger is another heart-stopping dish that shouldn’t be missed.  A generous scoop of crispy hash browns, freshly shaved ham, a few slices of American cheese, and a fried egg all come together to form a breakfast plate that is served atop a perfectly grilled patty.

Stoney's Breakfast Burger

Stoney’s Breakfast Burger

Whether you are in the mood for greasy or greaseless food, Stoney’s Full Steam Tavern has the right dish for you.  With 50 flat screen TV’s and 3 120″ projection screens, you can sit back and slowly chomp your way through an afternoon or evening of relaxation, enjoying your dining experience regardless of whether or not your team wins or not.

Stoney’s Full Steam Tavern is located at 1434 Blake St. Denver CO 80202, Tel: 720-465-9830 and 1111 Lincolin St. Denver CO 80202 Tel: 303-830-6839.  

Now for the Denver foodie trivia question to see how educated of a foodie you are!

True or False: Stoney’s Full Steam Tavern only serves cans – no bottles.

Tune in to this coming Tuesday for the answer!

The answer to last Tuesday’s blog question: “What can be found throughout the Ale House at Amato’s that pays homage to its past identity before it was made into the Ale House in 2011?”…Answer: Sculptures from the former business ‘Amato of Denver,’ a family-owned fountain and statuary business that operated from 1947 to 2010 where the Ale House at Amato’s now stands.  The Amato tradition still continues one block north of the Ale House.

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