Let’s Meet At Racines
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, weekend brunch or late night, “Let’s meet at Racines,” is a familiar refrain. Just south of downtown, near the intersection of Speer, Lincoln and 6th Avenue, Racines is a convenient choice from almost anywhere in the Metro Denver area. Even better, there’s free parking in their multi-storied garage.
A recent brunch visit withfamily and friends satisfied appetites. Several of us ordered Eggs Mazatlan. The large flour tortilla stuffed withthree scrambled eggs and guacamole and topped with white cheddar cheese and green chilepleased hungry tummies without feeling heavy. Salsa, sour cream and tortilla chips – thin, crisp and warm – served on the side.
The BanditoSpecial of eggs scrambled with corn tortilla strips, white cheddar cheese and pico de gallo, accompanied with refritos, salsa and a flour tortilla, quickly disappeared from Michael’s plate. Bob opted for a tuna melt.
The restaurant was filled yet service was efficient with food arrived hot. We called ahead to put our name on the wait list, table was ready when we arrived. Consistent food quality and service combined with location keeps us saying, “Let’s meet at Racines.”
Racines, 650 Sherman, Denver, 303-595-0418. Opens at 7 am Monday-Friday, 8 am Saturday & Sunday. Full menu served until midnight Wednesday – Saturday, 11 pm Sunday – Tuesday.
Photograph from Racines