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11/26/2016
By: A R.
Henry's Tavern
We were staying downtown and looking for a place to eat and have some drinks. Per the ratings, we decided to give Henry's a try and were not disappointed! We were there on a Saturday evening, no reservations, and the place was busy. Got seated right away and the waitress took very good care of us. Made sure our drinks were full, checked on us regularly. The food was very good, large portions. Highly recommend!
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05/27/2016
By: Sonja B.
Cowbobas Co
The Fish tasted a bit old, the bobblas were mostly ice, the service ok. Probably will not be back!!
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05/21/2016
By: Richard H.
Lunchbreak II
This restaurant offers a menu with a wide variety of food items to choose from for both breakfast and lunch selections. The food that is prepared is always made from quality ingredients and has great taste. The service is always quick and efficient in preparing the food items that you have ordered and presented with a smile.
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11/07/2015
By: Mansoo L.
Deluxe
My name mansour i just move from sandigo and im looging for niec motel weekly raet and clen and cout.
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10/17/2015
By: Eugene T.
Star Kitchen
Great food. Authentic experience. A huge variety of food. Timely and attentive service. Will be back and bring friends.
10/07/2013
By: Lindsay P.
True Food Kitchen
I have been to true food several times now. The food has been delicious every time. Every server I've had has been impeccable. And they have so many tasty options for people with celiac disease
10/05/2013
By: southwestlimocom
Gypsy Cafe
Satiating the late-night munchies in Denver.The concept is simple: create your own meal combinations (over 100 ways) choosing from an array of Urban Pita (whole wheat or white) Urban Bowl (brown rice or spinach/cilantro rice), Urban Dip (hummus, sun-dried tomato & garlic hummus, babaganoush, yogurt, etc.) or Urban Salad (tabbouleh, fattoush, tuscan kale, etc.), and then add from a selection of toppings including crispy rotisserie chicken, lamb shawarma, beef kefta, falafel, cauliflower, stuffed grape leaves, potato, feta and more.
06/28/2013
By: scott.thetechguy
Strange Grounds
Here's a riddle - what do you get when you stand up a group facilitator with 12 people they told great things about your place, and you make them stand around for half an hour waiting for you to open when you have no intention of being there to keep your posted business hours? Why, the same thing as when you feature long lines, long waits, and take 40 minutes to make simple meals! A BAD reputation and a LOT of lost customers. Enjoy! You've EARNED it. Grow up, get a clue, keep your promises and value your (few) customers (that you have left).
06/22/2013
By: jdirgo
Strange Grounds
Strange Grounds is a diamond in the rough. The atmosphere and staff welcome you like old friends and family in their home-away-from-home, and their eats and treats are surprisingly decadent being made from scratch with love. Morning hours vary (and the door says 10ish, which is fair) because their night life is thriving with live music and comedy. The best part? Live acoustic music happens all the time, and many local groups choose to grace their house with live music while they jam together. Frieda has managed to cultivate a wonderful place for creatives and intellectuals to gather and mingle like coffee shops of old, and I look forward to watching her place grow through the years while I and all the new friends I've made here enjoy her fantastic coffee, wonderful food, and beautiful music together.
06/08/2013
By: stevensson
palais casablanca authentic moroccan cuisine
we got over charged at this place menu says one price then the bill has almost the price doubled !!!!!!!!!!!!

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