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Five Centennial Restaurants to Treat Yourself

Jun 15th, 2016

Centennial, Englewood, and Greenwood Village are home to some of the Denver area’s most talked about and oft-craved restaurants. The next time you’re in the mood for a good meal out and don’t want to venture far from your Greenwood Village apartments, try one of these highly-rated Centennial restaurants.

East Moon Asian Bistro & Sushi

This Asian fusion spot is known for its sushi deals and selection of dishes with Asian influences. In addition to satisfying your desire for Japanese cuisine, you can take care of Chinese cravings with sweet and sour beef or sesame chicken and Thai with drunken noodles or your choice from the Thai curry canon (red, green, Massaman, and Penang).  On Tuesdays, East Moon runs an all-you-can-eat sushi special at lunch dinner. East Moon is located just east of the South Suburban Golf Course, a seven-minute drive from AMLI at Inverness.

Farro Italian Restaurant

A varied menu and attentive culinary staff make Farro Italian Restaurant a place everyone to enjoy. Choose from brick-oven pizza, pasta, salads, and several entrees revolving around beef, poultry, fish, or vegetables. The Tuscan-style meatloaf and pizza topped with arugula, balsamic fig preserves, gorgonzola crumbles, and prosciutto are especially highly reviewed. Farro, a four-mile drive from AMLI at Inverness, also has a well-curated wine list and desserts including tiramisu, limoncello mascarpone cheesecake, and Nutella mud pie.

Juicy Burgers & Dogs

Fresh, locally sourced ingredients and a tried-and-true chargrilling technique are responsible for Juicy Burgers & Dogs’ impressive reputation. Enjoy a savory beef, buffalo, chicken, lamb, or veggie burger topped with classic condiments and regional delights like green chiles and chipotle aioli. Make your meal extra memorable by treating yourself to a frozen malt or creamy milkshake on the side. Located near the intersection of I-25 and Highway 88, Juicy Burgers & Dogs is just a four-minute drive from AMLI at Inverness and a seven-minute drive from the Lone Tree apartments at AMLI RidgeGate.

Pho 95

In 1995, a friendly Vietnamese family with a tradition of culinary mastery immigrated to the United States and settled in Denver. Today, fans of pho and banh mi living within a 20-mile radius are better off as a result. The drink menu has boba tea, Vietnamese coffee, and other refreshing beverages to complement your meal. A visit to this modestly priced restaurant is a treat for the senses.

Yanni’s Greek Taverna

Fewer than four miles lie between AMLI at Inverness and Yanni’s Greek Taverna, a Denver institution to consider when you’re in the mood for a serious feast. Yanni’s has been voted a top ethnic restaurant nationwide by Bon Appetit and Best of Denver by Westword.  Dolmades, moussaka, souvlaki, saganaki, and charbroiled octopus are some of the restaurant’s specialties. On Sundays, you can eat roast lamb straight from the rotisserie.

Now that you know where t find good food near your Greenwood Village apartments, you have no excuse to not eat well the next time you go out for lunch or dinner. Live Life + Love Life with a satisfying meal and mouthwatering dessert from one of these eateries or the dozens of other great restaurants in Centennial, Englewood, and Greenwood Village.

Do you have a favorite restaurant in or near Centennial? Write about it in the comments.

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