Guess where I'm eating a Greek combination platter?

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Lori Midson

A little of this, a little of that, and a whole lot of Greekiness equated to lunch for two at this fast-casual joint that, oddly, also devotes a portion of its menu to Mexican food.

Can you guess where I'm eating?

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28 comments
Sandy McLean
Sandy McLean

can I change my guess to Spanky's Roadhouse?

Priya Butani Nye
Priya Butani Nye

Aware of this. I grew up in NYC where just about every corner coffee shop and the diners in the boroughs/Long Island and Westchester were owned and run by Greek people, and the menus reflected that. But Mexican in a Greek restaurant? There are way more than enough Mexican restaurants in the Denver area; too bad this place has to clutter its' fare.

Nicholas C. Naranjo
Nicholas C. Naranjo

Priya Butani Nye you'd be surprised on how many cafes in Denver serve a variety of food choices. Mainly American, Greek and Mexican.

Justin Rodgers
Justin Rodgers

Westword posts that it wishes foodstagramming would go away, and yet keep posting junk like this.

Priya Butani Nye
Priya Butani Nye

Noooo!!! Why would they have Mexican food on a Greek menu??? Puleeeese!!!!

GregLJK
GregLJK

Greeks Gone Wild (sorry for multiple comments, I can't get your commenting system to work)


rickstigator
rickstigator

Because they're unsophisticated and lack culture.  Shall we take afternoon tea and savories in the withdrawing room or on the veranda?  I do so hope the weather cooperates for tomorrow's polo match!

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