I recently had the good fortune to not only go out to brunch for the first time (yes, ever…shh.), but also to enjoy quite a tasty meal at Root Down in the Highlands neighborhood in Denver.
Root Down is located on the corner of Osage and 33rd on the site of an old service station, and the part that was the service station has been cleverly incorporated into the building’s design, including a separate section for families with small children. The overall feel and atmosphere of the restaurant is one that enables diners to feel equally comfortable in jeans and t-shirts or button down shirt and khakis.
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