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July 1, 2020 / Comments (0)

General News

Here is a COVID-19 Guidance Sheet/Flyer from the CDPHE detailing the recommendations and regulations for Restaurants and Food Services.

Denver restaurants have reopened on a limited basis including dine-in services at half capacity or 50 people (whichever is less), patrons and staff have to wear face masks, except while eating and drinking, and there has been an expansion of outdoor dining in some spaces.  Colorado Breweries may open if they partner with restaurants or food trucks – 303magazine has that story.

Here is a list of restaurants offering take-out service and we highly encourage you to take advantage of that if you have the means.  Scroll down to the end to see a list of FOOD TRUCKS we have added.  These hardworking businesses need our support, too, and we encourage you to consider inviting them to your street to cater to a responsible social distancing block party or neighborhood activity.

This is tough time for these businesses, many of them owned and staffed by our neighbors.  We encourage you to help them through this by continuing to support them as customers.  Here is a list of our Hilltop (and Hilltop adjacent) favorites offering Takeaway, Curbside Delivery/Pickup and/or Delivery:

Ambli Mexico at Holly & Leetsdale

Anthony’s Pizza & Pasta at 7th & Colorado

Barolo Grill at 6th & St. Paul

Basil Doc’s Bistro at 3rd & Holly

Blue Pan Chicago Style Pizza at 12th & Madison

The Cheese Company Deli Cafe at 3rd & Holly – Open for take out 10am to 5pm and still creating creative weekly menus to help us through this time.

Chipotle at 7th & Colorado Blvd (westside)

Chook Charcoal Chicken at the corner of 8th & Birch St

The College Inn at 8th & Birch Street

Einstein Bros Bagels at 7th & Colorado Blvd (westside)

Erawan Thai Cafe at 7th & Colorado Blvd (westside)

Frank & Roze at 9th and Albion – they have reopened and have a lovely patio to have a cup of coffee and watch the construction action.

Gelato Boy at 8th Place & Colorado Blvd

High Point Creamery at Holly & Cedar

Jimmy’s Jersey Street Cafe at 9th and Jersey St

Kochi Cafe (formerly Steeps) at 8th & Albion

La Fillette Bakery on the corner of 8th & Birch St

Locanda Del Borgo at 3rd & Holly – open Tuesday thru Sunday 5pm to 8pm for To-go Meals, Drinks, and Wine. Also doing curbside pick up.  25% off all wine bottles and other specials. Please call 303-338-0282 for orders.

Marczyk Fine Foods at Colfax & Fairfax

Mici Handcrafted Italian at 7th & Colorado Blvd (westside)

Nektar Juice Bar at 7th & Colorado

Olive & Finch Eatery and Bakery – Cherry Creek at 1st and Cook St

Park Burger at Holly & Cedar – open 11:30-8:00pm (lunch and dinner).  Anyone can ask for curbside pickup when they call and they are more than happy to accommodate.  

Pete’s Fruits & Vegetables at Holly & Cedar

Pizzeria Locale at 9th & Albion

Snooze at 7th & Colorado – It’s not just for breakfast any longer because they are open until 8pm with an expanded menu and meal kits!

Stargazer Fine Chocolates and Coffee at 7th & Colorado – handcrafted truffles, locally roasted coffee and Little Man ice cream sandwiches and root beef floats at our family-owned fine chocolate shop!

Steve’s Snapping Dogs – Owned by Hilltop resident Steve Ballas and located on Colfax at Monroe.  Open for Pick Up and Take Out or Deliveries by GrubHub and Uber Eats. Open Monday – Friday noon to 5pm, Saturday 12-4pm

Sushi Harbor at 8th & Ash Street

Swing Thai at 7th & Colorado Blvd (westside)

TAG Burger Bar at 12th & Madison (the owners have also started a relief fund for their employees)

Zaidy’s Deli – Cherry Creek at 1st and Adams St

Will be adding more as we confirm what is open.  If you have a restaurant you want to suggest for this list, please send us an email.

Our Friendly Neighborhood Food Trucks

Wheels on Fire – Delicious Pizza!  Always popular at our July Cranmer Park Fireworks Event

Beef King – Great variety and another neighborhood favorite at our July Cranmer Park Fireworks Event


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