Even though its coordinates lie at the center of the US, Littleton, CO’s top restaurants offer international delights from around the globe. Check out Mile High Honda’s list of the best restaurants in Littleton below!
Angel’s Share Kitchen & Pub
Craving a masterfully crafted cocktail served up alongside meals made to share? If so, you don’t want to pass up Angel’s Share Kitchen & Pub’s cozy digs, stellar culinary creations, and delicious drinks on tap.
Named after the portion of wine that evaporates during fermentation, Angel’s Share offers an impressive 100-label wine selection, creative cocktails made from fresh-squeezed juices, and an array of regional microbrews.
A fabulous spot to stop for happy hour or a one-on-one meal, Angel’s Share’s food-for-the-table orders range from two-bite bacon and brie crostini to zesty chicken taco plates and savory artisanal flatbreads, all made with the freshest seasonal ingredients. Equally as tantalizing single-dish meals are also available “for those that don’t share or play well with others,” as their menu states.
Don’t miss Angel’s Share’s weekly specials for brunch and drink deals on Sunday, craft beer and house-made burgers on Monday, select wine bottles half-price on Wednesday, and $5 martinis on Thursday.
Looking to venture outside your go-to menu items? Trying one of Damascus Grill’s tasty authentic Syrian dishes is the perfect way to start exploring a new side of your palate.
When now-owner Mahmoud first came to America from Damascus, Syria, he was homesick for his mother’s incredible cooking. When she heard he was having trouble adjusting to the cuisine, she decided to record her own recipes on audio tapes and send them across the Atlantic to her son. The inspirations from these treasured tapes can now be found throughout Damascus Grill’s lengthy menu of authentic Mediterranean fare that’s all made from scratch.
Must-trys include Damascus’ delicious fresh baked pita bread, a wide range of mouth-watering gyros and kabobs, and for dessert: baklava plumped with walnuts and cinnamon and drizzled with rose water syrup.
Lucile’s Creole Café
Lucile’s Creole Café brings the bold flavors, vibrant jazz, and brilliant colors of New Orleans to a cottage in downtown Littleton. Founded by a mother and daughter team, Lucile’s brings a singular brunch experience that sets the stage for family and friends to enjoy great food and one another. In the kitchen, Head Chef Mickey Samuels calls on his New Orleans culinary training, passion for southern flavors, and use of only the freshest produce and ingredients to create unforgettable Creole dishes.
Those who visit Lucile’s rave about the eggs New Orleans that combines fried eggplant, poached eggs, creole spice, and hollandaise and the staple southern breakfast favorite, homemade sausage gravy, drenched over a buttermilk biscuit. You can also pick up a jar of Chef Mickey’s homemade jam or Lucile’s own brand of Creole seasoning to spice up meals at home.
The next time you’re considering where to eat out in Littleton, CO, remember these three exceptional restaurants!