Satiating the late-night munchies in Denver. The concept is simple: create your own meal combinations (over 100 ways) choosing from an array of Urban Pita (whole wheat or white) Urban Bowl (brown rice or spinach/cilantro rice), Urban Dip (hummus, sun-dried tomato & garlic hummus, babaganoush, yogurt, etc.) or Urban Salad (tabbouleh, fattoush, tuscan kale, etc.), and then add from a selection of toppings including crispy rotisserie chicken, lamb shawarma, beef kefta, falafel, cauliflower, stuffed grape leaves, potato, feta and more.
I have been here several times now, and LOVE the food! SO many restaurants anymore are inconsistent. Not here. This is the best middle eastern food in Denver. Even my fussy Wisconsin Aunt loved it. You have to try the garlic sauce - it's out of this world! Note - they do not serve alcohol, but you can bring in your own. The service can be a little slower than what the average american likes, but most people are there when I arrive and still there when I leave, so it is just more laid back.
I have been going to the Rita B's on Dry Creek and Yosemite for 2 years now. I see the owner most of the time, but he broke his leg a few months ago and I had to see someone else. Her name was Keva. I was a little scared at first, but she made me feel right at home. My hair turned out great and I didn't have to pay too much!! I feel confident that everyone in the salon is very capable!!