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Dining delights in Denver

Mar 19, 2013

If you are looking for a trip to please your palate, look no further than Denver, a place to sample a wide range of cuisine, from ethnic to fine dining, and even organic food options for the rental bus visitor. If you’re dining in Denver and require reliable rental bus transportation, use a bus, charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus rented from Bus Rental Denver, and travel around this mile-high city in style and comfort.

Just a short rental bus ride away in the downtown region lies Rioja; with five minutes on foot from the Denver Centre of Performing Arts. This restaurant’s interior of bright yellow walls, exposed brick and pristine white linen tablecloths offers Mediterranean-infused menu such as English pea risotto, saffron spaghettini and brick-oven vegetable flatbread. If you are visiting during the weekends, don’t miss out on their only-weekend brunch. Another popular diner with rental bus visitors is Restaurant Kevin Taylor, just one block away from Denver Center of Performing Arts making this place a spot-on for pre-show meal. Enjoy dishes such as yellow tomato gazpacho, roasted rabbit and butter poached monkfish in high-end marble floors, curved ceilings, upstairs seating and leather chairs.

Just two blocks from Governor’s Park by rental bus is Mizuna, where you can chill in a relaxed setting surrounded by terracotta walls, cherry wood furnishings and white tablecloths. Only dinner is served here, however you must not miss their butter poached Maine lobster and roasted New York strip, as well as their wine selections from Spain, Germany and California. Another alternative for rental bus diners is the Fruition Restaurant where they serve interesting entrees like pan-roasted marinated chicken breast, smoked duck breast and seared prosciutto-wrapped yellowfin tuna, all enjoyed in a posh setting of hardwood floors, track lighting and earth-toned walls.

Do ask your rental bus to make a stop at pedestrian-only 16th Street Mall and take time to visit Panzano which is located just a mere block away. With art deco lighting, hardwood floors, carved ceilings and dark-toned leather U-shaped seating, you enjoy your ravioli stuffed with cured meats and chicken breast with mushroom risotto in an artsy setting. Don’t forget to also visit Osteria Marco which is located a short rental bus ride away from the University of Colorado campus in Denver. They offer an Italian menu which features items such as roasted turkey paninis and basil pesto pizza and a range of wine selections from Sicily and Tuscany.

For a prime selection of fine Denver dining venues, give Bus Rental Denver a call to find out how they can help you organize your rental bus dining trip with a selection from their fleet of fully equipped rental bus, and take advantage of their friendly, personalized service.

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