22 "Lunch" restaurants in Denver.
The most important thing about Monkey Barrel in Sunnyside is that they’re serving Carbone’s sandwiches. Hit it for your lunch or late night needs.
Brider is fast casual, but the food is sit-down restaurant quality. Make it you go-to lunch spot in LoDo.
Every city needs a go-to sandwich shop, and Masterpiece is Denver’s best. Go to the LoHi location and bring your sandwich to Confluence Park.
Salt & Grinder is a sandwich shop in Highlands with huge Italian classics like meatball and chicken parm, but also salads, soup, and breakfast food.
This is a fast-casual pizza spot, but it’s serving some of the best thin crust in town. For a quick lunch or dinner, it can’t be beat.
Denver Market is a food hall in Rino with a ton of vendors. It’s a great option for a weekday lunch, and you should eat on the patio if you have time.
On weekdays from 11am-3pm, Rooster sets up shop in LoHi’s Old Major with a limited but excellent menu of sandwiches. Get the burger.
Woodgrain serves Montreal-style bagels, and they’re some of our favorite in town. Go for the breakfast bacon, egg, and cheese.
Sister to Lower Highlands Tap & Burger, Sloan’s is an upscale brewpub. It’s great for watching a game, but also works for a lunch meeting
A Cuban coffee and sandwich place in Sunnyside equally useful for getting work done and hanging out.
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