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rumgum Oct 3, 2006 06:04 PM

Visiting Denver in a couple of weeks. Would like some recommendations for families, traveling with 80 year old grandma and 1 year old baby. Looking for places of Asian cuisine and good breakfast spots.

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    ColoradoFun Oct 3, 2006 10:31 PM

    What type of Asian are you looking for? What area of the city you will be staying in? That might help narrow the suggestions.

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    1. re: ColoradoFun
      rumgum Oct 4, 2006 12:51 AM

      Not really familiar with the area. I believe we're staying in Westminster.

      1. re: rumgum
        Mutt Oct 4, 2006 09:23 PM

        Westminster is a wasteland. But all is not lost because you're only 10 minutes from Louisville. Try Tu Lien in "downtown" Louisville for Vietnamese. A good family type restaurant is also there on the corner of Main & Pine - The Huckleberry. Grandma will love this place. Whatever you do, stay far away from the Blue Parrot. For some reason this mediocre place has a cult following but it's downright awful!

        1. re: Mutt
          rumgum Oct 4, 2006 10:11 PM

          thanks.. maybe i should have posted, where not to go with grandma and baby!

          1. re: rumgum
            Mutt Oct 4, 2006 11:17 PM

            In that case......Bloom in Flatirons Crossing is higher end nouveau American. Further down the road on McCaslin in Louisville is Via Toscana. Tucked away in a strip-center this place is great inside and has excellent food. It's also very reasonably priced, especially the wine list.

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      ycl1688 Oct 3, 2006 10:02 PM

      try along federal and alameda - king's land restaurant,
      i believe is the restaurant recommed by frommer's.

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