Blintzes – Apple, blueberry, cherry or potato with parve sour cream
Veggie omelet – 3 eggs, mushrooms, green peppers, tomatoes, and onions, with country potatoes and toast (add salami, beef fry, or lox & onions)
Breakfast Burrito – Flour tortilla stuffed with country potatoes, scrambled eggs, mushrooms, green peppers, tomatoes, and onions, smothered with green chili, served with guacamole and parve sour cream
Chicken Fried Steak – Served with two eggs, roasted potatoes, and country gravy
Club Sandwich – Three-layer sandwich with beef fry and turkey, avocado, lettuce, tomato, and special dressing
Russian Combo – Hot corned beef and pastrami, cole slaw, Russian dressing
Bourbon Burger – Topped with sautéed mushrooms and onions, beef fry, and peppercorn sauce on an onion roll
Metsuyan Burger – Topped with sitr-fried Oriental vegetables, teriyaki sauce, and crispy wonton strips
Latke “Reuben” – Corned beef, sauerkraut and Russian dressing between crispy potato latkes
Falafel, Shawarma and many Deli Sandwiches available
SALADS AND SOUTH OF BORDER SPECIALTIES
Steak Salad – Grilled flatiron steak and fresh mixed greens, tomatoes, onions, peppers and toasted crotons, served with a balsamic vinaigrette
Southwestern Salad – Fresh salad greens, spiced ground beef, tomatoes, onions, avoado, black olives, corn, and black beans, topped with tortilla chips and served with guacamole, parve sour cream and homemade salsa
Burritos with Green Chili– a flour tortilla wrapped around sautéed vegetables and spiced chicken or ground beef, served with Spanish rice, refried beans, guacamole, shredded lettuce, and house made green chili
Enchiladas – Three corn tortillas stuffed with spiced chicken and ground beef, vegetables and topped with enchilada sauce, served with Spanish rice, beans, lettuce, and guacamole.
Fajitas – A house specialty, served on a sizzling platter with peppers, onions, and your choice of meat, accompanied by guacamole, Spanish rice, refried beans, and warm flour tortillas
Stuffed Eggplant – Breaded and fried eggplant stuffed with roasted peppers, broccoli and pine nuts, served over fettuccini pasta with house marinara and garlic bread
Chicken Marsala – A sautéed chicken breast supreme served with sautéed mushroom in a marsala wine sauce
Mediterranean Stuffed Chicken – Tender chicken greast stuffed with jasmine rice, olives, garlic, and roasted peppers, served with tehina
Chicken or Beef Satay Skewers – Served with a tangy garlic peanut sauce
Broiled Beef Steak – 12 oz bone-in rib steak or 10 oz boneless ribeye steak, grilled to your preference
Blackened Flatiron Steak – Blackened to perfection and served with roasted fennel salad
Braised Lamb Shank – Slow-cooked with a mirepoix and served with natural jus
Kentucky Derby Lamb Chops – Two delicate chops cooked as you like, served with a mint julep sauce
Bistro Veal Chops – Two grilled chops served with a honey thyme glaze
Thai Basil Corvina – This tender fish is served in a slightly spicy sauce and served with rice
Creole Cacciatore – Spicy Italian sausage and chicken tossed with house marinara with a Cajun kick, served over rice
information about East Side Kosher Deli
Va'ad Hakashrus of Denver / Glatt Kosher
Hours Sun - Thu 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Fri 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Sat night closed
Cuisine: Deli International Avg. Check: $30- $40 Attire: Casual
Succah On Succot: Yes Nine Days Menu: Yes Open for Pesach: No
TAKE-OUT / GROCERY / BUTCHER SHOP / BAKERY
PRIVATE PARTY ROOM / LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS
ON & OFF PREMISE CATERING / HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE
If you’ve been thinking about going to Denver for business or pleasure and wondering whether you will be able to eat kosher, the East Side Kosher Deli is your answer. Like most cities without a huge Jewish population, the restaurant has to be the one-stop shopping and dining destination. Owned and operated by Joshua Horowitz, they are a kosher-center, featuring a full grocery store, take-out deli, butcher shop, bakery and sit-down restaurant.
The East Side Kosher Deli is a casual, yet white tablecloth restaurant that would fit right into place in New York’s restaurant scene. Breakfast is served until 2:00 pm, with a fully stocked menu. Some of the items you will find include apple, blueberry, cherry and potato blintzes as well as French toast with fresh seasonal berries and parve whipped cream. Breakfast specials consist of a deli hash skillet of crisp roasted potatoes, onions and peppers; chunks of assorted deli meats, salsa, and toast with two eggs any style.
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Their lunch and dinner menus are extremely extensive with hot and cold appetizers, salads, wraps, soups and 25 deli sandwiches. They also offer Fish, Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Veal entrees along with pasta dishes and the restaurant’s specialty, Mexican cuisine. House favorites are the fajitas and smothered burritos along with Chicken Marsala, BBQ Ribs and Russian Combo sandwiches. Try the parve cheesecake or any of their home baked apple, cherry, peach or blueberry pies. The restaurant has plenty of parking, delivers to all area hotels and ski resorts and has everything you can imagine for your entire visit. They also have three spacious banquet rooms in the back for your private parties.
East Side Kosher Deli
Steve Stein- 12/26/14
I have been traveling on business to Denver for close to 20 years from NJ (including being stranded during Hurricane Sandy), and I never miss coming to ESKD nearly every night from downtown. I have sampled every cuisine you offer, with great pleasure. I just heard that ESKD is changing ownership, so just wishing the Schreibers all the best and thanks for one of the best kosher places in the US, certainly west of the Mississippi.
Reply #1 submitted by: Marcy Schreiber on 09/05/07 Thanks for the feedback. Hope you met some really great people. Glad you enjoyed the food. Thanks again for taking the time to post.
East Side Kosher Deli
Zev Posner- 08/25/05 If they were in New York - they might still have the best food - very good eating as they say - everything I have had there has been delicious and the portions are generous.