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The Denver Ear lists Tstreet Roadhouse as a great place to watch the Super Bowl LI 2017!

On Sunday, February 5th 2017, the biggest football game of the year will take place: Super Bowl LI! This year, the New England Patriots will be facing the Atlanta Falcons in Houston, Texas.

Tstreet Roadhouse is offering FANtastic Super Bowl Specials such as Coors Light Drafts 14oz for $2; 25oz for $3.50 and 60ox Pitcher for $8.25; Jack Daniel’s for $3; and Margaritas for $4; As well as pizzas, tacos, and nachos.

Additionally you can register to win a major trip giveaway for two to Nashville, to celebrate Jack Daniel’s 150th anniversary. The winner will be announced on Super Bowl Sunday.

Photo cred Jack Nog, Linnea Covington, Westword

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Linnea Covington at the Westword recently wrote about our Housemade Eggnog.

Tstreet Roadhouse for our version of eggnog “select” is because we mixes it up with the our very own signature Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel. That means no one else carries this exact bourbon — a spirit that helps this eggnog stand out from others.

This $12 cocktail also includes Captain Morgan spiced rum and half-and-half. Between the oakiness of the bourbon and the spiciness of the rum, it needs nothing else. You can also get this version at sister restaurant Wazee Supper Club in Denver as well.

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DiningOut Denver & Boulder
By Alexis Methven

From 11am-9pm on Thanksgiving Day, TStreet Roadhouse {445 South Teller Street, Lakewood; 303.936.5179} is serving up an insane $16 Thanksgiving meal ($10 for kiddos). We’re talking chef-prepared smoked turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, green bean almondine, cranberry sauce, and stuffing. We have our eye on the Pumpkin Ravioli with beurre blanc, pepitas, wild arugula, and shaved Manchego.

Tstreet Roadhouse Thanksgiving Dinner

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303 Magazine
Colin Wrenn
November 21, 2016

When: Thursday, November 24.
Where: 445 South Teller St, Lakewood
Cost: $16 for adults, $10 for children.

The Menu: Turkey dinner will include smoked turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, green bean almondine, cranberry sauce and stuffing. Pumpkin ravioli with beurre blanc, pepitas, wild arugula and shaved manchego will also be available for those feeling more adventurous. Desserts will include a pumpkin cheesecake and apple pie. For reservations call 303-936-5179.

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As reviewed by Eater Denver

Leave the cooking and cleaning to the pros and dine at Lakewood’s Tstreet Roadhouse. Make a reservation between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. when the eatery will prepare turkey dinner that includes mashed potatoes, gravy, green bean almondine, cranberry sauce, and of course stuffing. Desserts include pumpkin cheesecake and apple pie.

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As reviewed by In Good Taste Denver

Tstreet Roadhouse is real well-known for their happy hour and dinner offerings. But brunch? Not so much, which is perplexing. Settled in the heart of the live/work/shop/eat Belmar complex, there are plenty of people right there, ready to roll out of bed and into their favorite neighborhood hangout. They already know how good the food is, I suppose, so that leaves the rest of us, non-Belmarrites to discover it.

With a sleek but comfy atmosphere, Tstreet Roadhouse aims to load you up with creative combinations of hearty food and full flavors. Take, for instance, the Roadhouse Burrito ($10) that combines braised beef short rib, scrambled eggs, caramelized onions and hashbrowns in a tortilla, topped with jalapeno-white cheddar cream sauce, honey-chipotle molasses and a topping of crispy onions. It sounds like it’s a bit much but it’s so good. That spicy white cheddar cream sauce is novel!

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Denver Life




Haylee Woodward at takes notice of watching the Denver Broncos at Tstreet Roadhouse with these comments .

Looking for a place to watch outside of the city? Head on over to Tstreet Roadhouse, a modern suburban foodie joint with community tables, an open bar and lounge area, all with TVs close by, of course.

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Join us September 14-17, 2016 for a special Silver Oak Four Course Dinner.

Choose one from each course:


Oyster Shooter – gin-infused cucumber-apple relish
Cold Smoked Scallop – edamame succotash / Hatch green chile
{paired with Twomey Cellars Sauvignon Blanc, 2015 by Silver Oak}


Salmon Belly Poke – yuzu-ginger broth / baby bok choy / crispy wonton chips
Kobe Beef Tartare – whole-grain mustard / tarragon / leeks / toasted ciabatta
{paired with Twomey Cellars Russian River Valley Pinot Noir, 2013 by Silver Oak}


Pan-Seared Duck Breast – ginger-wild rice / roasted baby carrots / blackberry demi glace / crispy duck chicharrones
Orange & Dill Crusted Lamb Rack – broiled pearl potatoes / braised leeks / Greek feta / lemon gremolata
{paired with Twomey Cellars Merlot, 2012 by Silver Oak}


Pear Tartlet – cinnamon semifreddo / pistachio cocoa nib brittle / pomegranate seeds
Blood Orange Créme Brûlée – homemade whipped cream / dark chocolate tuile
{paired with Silver Oak Cellars, Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2011}

Prix Fixe Menu………………….59/person
Prix Fixe Menu & Wine Card* ………85/person
*includes Prix Fixe Menu & a $30 wine card to receive a 3oz sample of each wine paired with each course

Chef James Doxon, Tstreet Roadhouse

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Chef Doxon’s chef panel answer was chosen to be included in this month’s DiningOut Chefs Panel! His Tuna Noodle Casserole was also included in the headline. He’s in great company with chefs like Mario Hernandez from Del Frisco’s, Hosea Rosenberg from Blackbelly, and Troy Gard of TAG, Mister Tuna and Guard and Grace – among others.

His chef profile and headshot have also been added to the DiningOut Chef Profile page. This will be linked each time Chef Doxon is featured in a story in DiningOut. Both links are below. Congrats!

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Shortly after buying a downtown staple, a Denver restaurant group is headed to Belmar with a new concept.

Roadhouse Hospitality Group plans to open Teller Street Kitchen, its 18th Colorado restaurant, this fall in the Lakewood development. Teller Street Kitchen is filling in the former Lane Bryant store at 445 S. Teller St., and Roadhouse COO Dan Shipp said he liked the location for Belmar’s recent growth spurt.

“Belmar has kind of become a city center for the area,” he said. “With all the new development and the new residents moving in, it looks like a great place for us.”

Teller Street Kitchen has a 10-year lease with a pair of five-year extension options for its 5,200-square-foot space. Shipp estimated it would cost about $2 million to get the restaurant up and running. He said he hopes to open the eatery near the end of this fall.

Belmar management approached Roadhouse Hospitality Group about bringing a restaurant to the Teller Street space more than a year ago. Shipp said the firm looked at other locations in the mall and considered building a new freestanding building near Alameda.

The deal fell into place, Shipp said, after Lane Bryant decided to leave the property. The clothing store opened a new shop a block over at 340 S. Teller St. in March.

Teller Street Kitchen’s menu will include a range of seafood, meat and pasta dishes. Entrees will run from about $12 to $28. Belmar will have 19 total restaurants and coffee shops by the time Teller Street Kitchen opens, but Shipp is aiming for a slightly upscale niche he said is currently missing.

“They have the pizza place, a burrito bar, P.F. Chang’s and all of the burger places,” he said. “But they wanted a kitchen-type restaurant with a little nicer feel.”

Construction on Teller Street Kitchen will begin in July, Shipp said. Boss Architecture is designing the space, and Jordy Construction is the general contractor.

Teller Street Kitchen is the first concept of its kind for Roadhouse. The Denver company’s brands include The Dusty Boot Steakhouse & Saloon, Hodsons Bar & Grill, Spanky’s Urban Roadhouse and a handful of other restaurants. Roadhouse Hospitality also bought downtown’s Wazee Supper Club earlier this year.

Roadhouse is pulling into Belmar amid a building boom for the mixed-use Lakewood development. Christina Brickley, Belmar’s marketing director, said the development expects 400 residents will move into new townhomes, apartments and senior housing units by December. A new Hyatt House hotel is also under construction and is scheduled to open early next year.

“We are thrilled to have Teller Street Kitchen open in Belmar,” Brickley said in an email. “The neighbors, in particular, are looking forward to a new lunch and dinner sport where they can enjoy a culinary experience close to home.”

Burl Rolett
“Restaurant firm bringing new concept to Belmar”
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