Denver's ten best macaroni and cheese dishes
6) Jonesy's EatBar
Jonesy's is known for its French fries, which won our Best of Denver award this year, but the mac and cheese has plenty of fans, too. As Jonesy's says, the mac & cheese is made with "cheddar, cream, and love." You can eat it on its own, or add bacon or brocolini. Either way, it's definitely delicious.
5) Serioz Pizzeria
Usually we wouldn't look for mac and cheese at a pizzeria -- the closest you'd come is probably overcooked fettucini swimming in heavy cream (not that this would upset us). At Serioz, though, the kitchen takes mac and cheese seriously. This version uses mozzarella, provolone, gouda and blue cheese, and tops all that goodness with toasted bread crumbs and truffle oil.
When Sassafras says down-home, it means it. The made-to-order mac and cheese here is billed as "Granny's recipe," which starts with creamy cheese sauce and shaved Grana Padano. Good gets even better with the addition of bacon, mushrooms and peas, collard greens, a fried egg or pulled pork. Go, Granny, go!
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