eatery, with frybread!
Why locals love it
Frybread is one of the best culinary inventions of the New World, a mere flat circle of dough like naan or a tortilla, elevated to perfection by deep-frying. This serves as the base of many of Tocabe's dishes, some of which incorporate other distinctive specialties like neolithically-scaled bison ribs or butternut squash with sage and brown sugar.
Why you should visit it
Mexican, Italian and Vietnamese restaurants provide Denver with a healthy scheme of ethnic cuisine, but can also be found elsewhere. Tocabe, a fast-casual Native American restaurant created by a member of the Osage tribe, is far more unique and just as delectable. The amount of food given for price is extremely reasonable as well.
If you haven't tried Native American food yet, please do. You may learn something and will probably be pleasantly surprised.