Where to Eat this Weekend: Euclid Hall Bar and Kitchen

January 30th, 2014 Posted by Denver, restaurants No Comment yet

Contemporary American Tavern

Euclid Hall

 

Not long ago, I stopped into Euclid for lunch, not quite sure of what I was hungry for, but in the search for balance, vibrant flavors, and innovation. After perusing the menu, I settled on the “Itsy Bitsy Fishwich” and “Roasted Cauliflower Salad.”  I can honestly say that the salad I ordered was one of the best salads I have ever had. The texture and flavors were in balance and the cauliflower was roasted to perfection; tender with a slight bite. The small sandwich was packed with flavor and the sweetness of the shredded carrots paired with the slightly spicy jalapeno aioli provided equilibrium of flavor, complimenting one another.

However, aside from the lunch items I enjoyed, guests all around me were ordering the “Brat Burger” with a side of house-made French fries accompanied by a bacon aioli, which I quickly became jealous of. The menu boasts modern American pub fare and the atmosphere is contemporary-urban with a historical downtown Denver feel. It’s a downtown neighborhood-type restaurant serving upscale pub fare that is sure to convince multiple return visits.

 

Euclid Hall Bar and Kitchen is located at 1317 14th Street, Denver, CO 80202

(303) 595-4255

Monday-Friday 11:30AM-2AM, Saturday-Sunday 2PM-2AM

Happy Hour 3-6PM

Kitchen Open Sunday-Thursday until Midnight, Friday -Saturday until 1AM

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

What branch of mathematics is Euclid, Greek mathematician, known as the “Father” of?

 The answer to last Tuesday’s blog question: From what Mexican state does Adelita’s offer traditional Mexican fare? Answer: Michocan!

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