From hot chicken to hot burritos — Illegal Pete’s will be taking over the vacant Lou’s Food Bar space on 38th and Shoshone. Pete’s 10th spot will be called the Northside Location in homage to the neighborhood’s history. (The area was called Northside before the Highland moniker took off.) The crew isn’t doing a whole lot to the restaurant, but they will expand the patio so the bar is accessible from both the inside and outside. (Is it too early to start thinking about patio weather?
You probably need a drinkJust in time for those all-important holiday beer breaks, Growler USA opened last week in Sloan’s Lake. It’s got more than 100 American-made drafts on tap and exactly the kind of menu you’d expect from a spot with 100 American-made drafts on tap (Skillet Mac and Beer Cheese; Nitro BBQ Cheddar Burger). 4433 W. 29th Ave., Denver, 720-387-7965; Sun. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat.
Fans of Mario Kart and tacos will not want to miss Lola Coastal Mexican’s Thanksgiving Eve Super Nintendo Mario Kart tournament and $20 all-you-can-eat taco bar. Separately, Mario Kart and unlimited tacos are pretty awesome, but combined, they are an unstoppable force. 1575 Boulder St., Denver, 720-570-8686; loladenver.com; Nov. 22 at 7 p.m.At some point, even the most die-hard holiday revelers are going to need a break.
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Selecting a term
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