Fish Bar Deals in Denver
Annie’s Cafe and Bar has been around for 30 years, and has earned quite a reputation! American comfort food for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. Great breakfasts served all day long, sandwiches and perennial favorites like Chicken Fried Steak, Beer Battered Fish and Chips, and their unbeatable Pork Green Chili. Full soda fountain with all your favorites from years gone by. Annie’s has a complete bar, and is known for their spicy Bloody Marys and full-pint Margaritas. Journey back in time at Annie’s Cafe and Bar. Monday thru Friday 7 am to 10 pm Saturday 8 am to 10 pm Sunday 8 am to 9 pm
JUST ROLL WITH IT Get social, eat sushi, repeat. That's what's on tap at Denver's iFish Japanese Grill and Sushi Bar. Like the culinary creations they create, this resto incorporates key ingredients to rise above the fray. iFish is committed to sourcing the freshest fish from all over the globe with a focus on variety and sustainability. They partner with local purveyors and farmers to provide fresh produce as well as Colorado Beef, lamb and pork each day. Let your tastebuds swim with the fishies and mingle with fellow merrymakers. Your Friday night just got bumped up a notch. MUST TRYS iFish Duck Salad Grilled duck breast served with mixed greens and yuzo citrus sauce. Korean Tacos Three tacos filled with tender pork shoulder, hoisin sauce, carrot daikon and jalapenos.
Bars, like some of their patrons, can possess what's known in the drinking parlance as "staying power." Denver's Roo Bar certainly fits this bill after closing in one part of town and reopening in another to the delight of its customers. And today, the bar's new incarnation is offering you a great value: Get $25 worth of food and drinks at Roo Bar for only $12, a savings of 52 percent! According to legend, Knute Roo opened the first Roo Bar in Denver's Cherry Creek shopping district, at least until the area's gentrification smothered all semblance of fun for the Roos and their kind. The new Roo Bar is run by Johnny Roo (no relation), who was hand picked by Knute to take the reins and re-create the once dominate Cherry Creek martini and pool hall into an open concept neighborhood type bar with Midwest values and Colorado pride. Now there are are plenty of windows, but no proper sign to speak of yet. Customers come from all areas and walks of life. Just off of the Park Ave./38th Street and I-25 exit, Roo Bar is on your way to or from just about anywhere you are going or have been. Foot traffic is at a minimum, as the new location is certainly a destination bar, but when you make the effort to enjoy the new Roo Bar you will be greeted with dozens of free parking spaces and a less than "LODO" attitude and arrogance. These are more humble surroundings a mere 900-foot home run and lucky roll away from Coor's Field. It's just a 10-minute walk to all home games, as well as a great place to meet and carpool to Broncos and Nuggets games. In addition to great local tap beers, you'll still enjoy a wide variety of menu choices at the Roo, from appetizers like nachos, Wisconsin Cheese Curds and the shrimp basket, to salads, burgers, brats and even gluten-free pizzas. There are also specials every day of the week, including the traditional Friday Night Fish Fry. Visit (or revisit) a true Denver survivor, the Roo Bar: Get $25 worth of food and drinks at Roo Bar for only $12, a savings of 52 percent!