Every city needs a go-to sandwich shop, and Masterpiece is Denver’s best. There are a few around town, but we usually find ourselves at the LoHi location. The menu doesn’t have a lot of items you haven’t seen before, but they do a good job of making the classics a little more interesting - the ham and cheese comes on a thyme baguette with some crunch to it. The veggie is also the best in town. Get it and head over the pedestrian bridge for a picnic in Confluence Park.
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