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Work & Class
As its name suggests, Work & Class is down to earth and deliberately reflective of the owners' own working-class roots. The exceptional food, however, makes it in any class. The food is a melding... Read More
As its name suggests, Work & Class is down to earth and deliberately reflective of the owners' own working-class roots. The exceptional food, however, makes it in any class. The food is a melding of American and Latin and the dishes are meant to be shared. Don't skip the cornbread. For desserts, it may be hard to resist the warm chocolate brownie but it's not the only temptation. There are a ton of craft beers; a nice selection of wines by the bottle or glass; and, most impressively, an expansive list of whiskey, single malts, vodkas, tequilas and more, many of them from Colorado small-batch distillers including Laws, Leopold Brothers, Marble and Peach Street. Show up when you're ready; no reservations are taken. One caveat: Work & Class is loud. Very loud. If you want dinner with conversation, this is not the best choice.
- Best Restaurants: "Happy hour runs 4-6 p.m. Tuesday-Friday. On Saturdays and Sundays, it's a very literal interpretation of the custom: just one hour of happiness from 4-5 p.m."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: A "square meal, stiff drink and fair price" is the theme, and who can argue with that?
- Restaurants with Gluten-Free Menus: "Items that can be made GF are clearly marked on the menu. This includes favorites like the braised goat stew, and all the side items."
- Best for Restaurants with Gluten-Free Menus Because: The menu features a lot of rotisserie meals, almost all of which can be made gluten-free – just let your server know your allergy.