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The most intriguing thing about Denver Biscuit Company may be that the space is really two restaurants under one roof. Denver Biscuit Company serves breakfast and biscuit sandwiches for lunch, while... Read More
The most intriguing thing about Denver Biscuit Company may be that the space is really two restaurants under one roof. Denver Biscuit Company serves breakfast and biscuit sandwiches for lunch, while Fat Sully's opens for lunch and stays open through dinner and late night. Atomic Cowboy bar supports both restaurants morning through late night. But nothing says home cooking like biscuits, which are made from scratch here and appear on the menu in all sorts of ways. Most decadent: The Franklin, a biscuit sandwich with buttermilk-fried chicken topped with melted cheese, bacon and egg, all smothered in sausage or mushroom gravy. FYI, we asked and this was the answer: "The secret to our biscuits is love...and tons and tons of butter."
- Homestyle: "No near Colfax? Locations include South Broadway, Tennyson Street and Stanley Marketplace, where biscuits are served 8 a.m-10 p.m daily."
- Best Value: "The popular biscuit company now has additional locations on South Broadway, in the Highlands and at Aurora's Stanley Marketplace, near Stapleton."
- Lunch: "Can't make it to the restaurant? Check out the Biscuit Bus at the Cherry Creek farmer's market and other food-truck locations."
- Best for Homestyle Because: The goal was to serve scratch food and provide an atmosphere that evokes a grandmother's kitchen table. Done!
- Recommended as Best Value Because: It's not just the place for excellent affordable tamales; it's also the place for true customer service and a spirit of welcoming and appreciating customers.
- Best for Lunch Because: Love and butter–does it get any better than that when you're talking flaky, down-home biscuits for breakfast, brunch or lunch?