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WELCOME TO TRUE ITALIAN TABLE! This blog was born out of passion for all things Italian—but especially Italian food and wine. With Italian being the most popular ethnic cuisine in the world for dining out, we want to discriminate between the wannabes and those restaurants, food products and recipes that are authentically Italian. We are on a quest to find True Italian Tables—ristorante, deli or your nona’s kitchen—in metro Denver, and we welcome your help with recommendations.

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PATSY’S INN Italian Restaurant by WC

Originally posted October 21, 2009

PATSY’S INN Italian Restaurant
3651 Navajo Street
Denver, CO 80211
(303) 477-8910
 
Patsy's Inn Italian Restaurant

Patsy’s Inn

“With a history that spans more than 80 years, Patsy’s Italian Restaurant is Denver’s oldest Italian restaurant. Founded in 1921 by the Aiello family, Patsy’s has undergone a few changes over the years but the heart and soul of tradition have remained the same.” Continue reading

BONNIE BRAE TAVERN By William Carbone

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Bonnie Brae Tavern
740 So. University Boulevard
Denver, Colorado
80209
(303-777-2262)

Bonnie Brae Tavern

Bonnie Brae Tavern
Photo WCarbone

The name does not evoke an image of an Italian restaurant. Continue reading

MANGIA BEVI By Claudia Carbone

Mangia Bevi Café
6401 S. Fiddler’s Green Circle
Greenwood Village
303-763-1981

Mangia Bevi

Mangia Bevi Cafe
photo WCarbone

When Denver’s leading developer collaborates with the city’s top food man, you know they’ll do something amazing. That’s precisely what happened when Denver Tech Center Developer John Madden asked Larry DiPasquale, CEO and managing partner of Epicurean Culinary Group, to operate a restaurant and catering services for his newest project Palazzo Verdi in Greenwood Village.  

Madden built the office building named for Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi, and DePasquale opened a wonderfully warm Italian bistro named for, well, eating and drinking. Continue reading