Whether you're on the hunt for high-quality International food, refined wine bars or live music at a local pub, Virginia Village has it all. Diners find a range of cuisine, from Russian to Japanese to Mediterranean, mostly centered around South Colorado Boulevard.
Grab your morning caffeine boost with a mocha picante, along with a chocolate roll, in the cozy ambiance of Sojourners Coffee and Tea on Holly Street. Listen to live music or poetry at open mic night on the second Thursday of every month.
Bull & Bush Brewery remains a fixture of Denver's foodie scene along Cherry Creek
Drive. Sample authentic microbrews while diving into the place's world famous burgers. Order the El Bull 'Rito for a tortilla stuffed with pulled chicken, grilled steak, pork carnitas or chipotle shrimp. Add in beans, melted cheese and green chili for a heaping plate of Tex-Mex wonder. In terms of hamburgers, nothing beats the seasonal Mac Attack burger with mac and cheese, spicy queson dip, and bacon. Go bunless with locally made Kobe-style beef.
David's Kebab House provides authentic Russian dishes, such as the crispy potato pancakes, flavorful borscht and beef khanuma. Cheap food and beer characterize the old neighborhood bar, W.T. Shorty's Sports Grill. Stop by on Wednesdays for a $5 burger and karaoke, Thursdays for free team trivia, or Fridays for a free buffet with a drink purchase of $5 to $7 and rock n' roll bingo.
The Continental Room, along Evans Avenue, provides regular live music every weekend. Don't let the rough exterior fool you, because the drinks, service and music remain a hidden gem for Virginia Village residents.