Bonnie Brae Tavern
740 S University Blvd, Denver, CO 80209
Phone: (303) 777-7335
Fax Number: (303) 777-7335
Bonnie Brae Tavern, Inc.
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Family Style
Alcohol: Yes, Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
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12/29/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Bonnie Brae Tavern is one of those places that becomes ""your place"" after you've visited once. The menu is great and the staff is even better. They are friendly and very good with kids--great kids menu, too! We simply love going there--the fried chicken dinner is so good (just like grandma used to make) but the pizza is their best. Salads are good, too.
10/16/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This is my favorite thin-crust pizza in town. My husband and I also like the Caesar Salad for Two. We've always found that if you're friendly to the wait staff, they are quite friendly back. Insider tip: if the place is really busy, and there's a long wait for a table, you can go to the kitchen door and order your pizza while you wait. Then it arrives shortly after you're seated.
08/29/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This place is one of those places you HAVE to go to. The environment may be outdated... but the service is good and the food great (assuming you've been looking for a local place that won't break the bank and you want to dress casually). Located south of Cherry Creek shopping... this place is great. You never know who will show up... its a local's favorite.
01/03/2007Provided by Citysearch -
First and foremost, the pizza here is awesome. REALLY REALLY good. My top 2 or 3 in town. Really, that's the only reason to go. The place has the ambience of a bowling alley -- a cool historic bowling alley, but still. I've been in twice in the last 6 months, and both times, there were screaming children. We ate quickly, loved the pizza, but didn't linger. Good place for a quality quick bite, and I guess a convenient place for Wash Park dwellers, but not a place I want to hang out for any length of time.
05/19/2005Provided by Citysearch -
This place used to be a regular stop when going out - since we started going there about 4 years ago, the quality has gone down almost every time. Last time our pizza was basically raw dough - we sent it back and got charcoal. They have a great ""family"" pizza deal on Sunday nights where you get a huge pizza, sodas, dessert pizza, and salad (think bag-o-salad) for around $20 so the declining quality has really hurt. I didn't rate the atmosphere 'cuz some people hate the 50's diner-style while others love it. The no-windows exterior reminds me of the places mom told you not to go to. I feel like I've done something wrong when I order - the servers are just kinda scary. Please stop the decline before it's too late!
04/24/2005Provided by Citysearch -
so there are a bunch of folks sayin that this is the best pizza on earth. well i guess they have never been to the east coast. thats a bold statement and should not be taken lightly. yes it is good pizza but it's not the the bees knees. i have to say i dug the pizza. it reminded me of roller rink pizza, which is a guilty pleasure of mine. bonnie brae's pizza blows the chain pizza joints outa the water. it is an odd place, kinda like walkin into a grandparents head. i think everyone should check it out and see for your self. the pizza is worth checkin out. the wait staff is a little odd but so am i so it fit. enjoy. hope this helps.
10/20/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Well hey it's a bar and it's got bar mentality.
The staff don't really care and aren't nice to visitors or even eachother (especially newcomers), but the food is like granny's cooking (sans love).
The place is like a historical landmark.
If you like grease and a real old hole-in-the-wall experience, this is it. The pizza is good, but they have plenty on their menu from morning til night.