January 2017 Nosh Review
The west metro side of Denver saw a fun Neighborhood Nosh held at T-Street Roadhouse in Belmar recently. Donna DeVisser (Wheat Ridge & Arvada), Maryann Jordan (Lakewood) and Karen Cranford (Evergreen, Morrison and Golden) met up with 8 others at this location. T-Street has a gluten free menu and knows how to do it right to keep us celiacs safe.
T-Street Roadhouse, located on Teller Street south of Alameda, has a number of burgers with gluten free buns that come with homemade chips or frites. Frites are like shoestring potatoes.
The short rib enchiladas looked delicious with a sauce that had a little bite to it! The fish tacos, a cold entree, came with a mango salsa that was really good.
Happy hour from 4-6 also has great prices on drinks.
T-Street Roadhouse sits across from the movie theater and next to the skating rink on Teller Street. The rink was being worked on, but it would have been fun to watch the skaters while we ate. A good time was had by all, and lots of questions from a couple newbies were asked and answered. You do not have to belong to a particular neighborhood to take part in a Neighborhood Nosh. You’re welcome to join the Denver west side events anytime. Just let us know!