When I first started blogging on February 28, 2012 Root Down was my second post. https://lovelivingincolorado.wordpress.com/2012/02/28/httpwww-rootdowndenver-com/
This restaurant is so delicious that I have to post about it again. This time I have pictures to entice you!
We celebrated our wedding anniversary once again at Root Down. We decided to enjoy Happy Hour (4:30-7:00 Monday-Friday).
The Roots of Flavor on the Root Down website (http://www.rootdowndenver.com/):
Root Down aims to connect the
neighborhood to a dining experience in the
same way ingredients are connected to food. There should be a seamless bond between the elements and experience, which stimulates the
senses and draws people in.
We started off with a $5.00 Mojito (rum, lime, sugar, soda) on the left and $5.00 Lavender Lemonade (vodka, lavender, lemon, cranberry) on the right. **Once again I started drinking the Lavender Lemonade before taking the picture.
We moved on to order EATS. We ordered Steamed PEI Mussels (Thai red curry, Israeli cous-cous, cilantro, and grilled bread) $7.00.
Edamame Hummus with wonton chips for $4.00. I absolutely love this hummus. It is so good and the wonton chips as the dipping accompaniment is brilliant!
Veggie Burger Slider with jalapeno jam, sprout salad, and Dijon for $4.00.
Pizzetta with sun-dried tomato pesto, crispy prosciutto, Gouda, and pineapple salsa for $6.00.
Everything at Root Down was scrumptious. We wrapped up our anniversary Happy Hour meal with two drinks:
If you haven’t been to Root Down I highly recommend a visit. Super good! Also, they have patio seating with a fantastic view of the Denver skyline.
Root Down is located at 1600 W. 33rd Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80211.