499 South Elm Street (E.Virginia Ave. & Leetsdale Dr.) Denver, CO 80246
Breakfast Burrito- Flour tortilla stuffed with country potatoes, scrambled eggs, mushrooms, green peppers, tomatoes & onions, smothered with green chili served with guacomole and parve sour cream with beef fry
Huevos Rancheros- Fried corn tortilla, 2 eggs any style, house green chili, rice and beans
Chicken Fried Steak- served with 2 eggs, roasted potatoes & country gravy APPETIZERS / ARTISANAL SANDWICHES /
Chopped Liver- Beef or chicken liver served with fresh tomatoes, onions, picle;s and crackers
Pulled Brisket Sliders- Tender smoked pulled brisket accompanied by purple cabbage slaw and a honey dipping sauce
Club Sandwich- 3-layer sandwich with beef fry & turkey, avocado, lettuce, tomato & special dressing
Reuben Sandwich- Corned beef & sauerkraut with Russian dressing on toasted rye
Falafel Platter- Crisp Falafel balls, Israeli salad, tehina, Israeli pickles, chummus and a soft pita
Bourbon Burger- Topped with sauteed mushrooms, onion rings, and a tangy bourbon BBQ sauce
Hamburger Reuben- Hamburger, corned beef, sauerkraut and russian dressing on grilled rye
Chicken Marsala- Sauteed skinless chicken breast served with a sauteed mushrooms in a marsala wine sauce
Prime Rib Steak- Tender, juicy and prepared to your taste, bone-in or boneless
Korean Short Ribs- Marinated, sweet and tangy, cooked sort and tender
Bistro Veal Chops- Grilled chops served with honey thyme glaze
Sweet & Sour- Tempura battered with pineapple, sauteed carrots & peppers, served over white rice with sweet & sour sauce Stuffed Eggplant- Breaded and fried eggplant stuffed with roasted peppers, broccoli & pine nuts, served over fettuccini pasta with marinara and garlic bread
Fajitas- House speciality,served on a sizzling platter with peppers, onions & choice of meat (beef, chicken or vegetarian), accompanied by gaucomole, Spanish rice, refried beans and warm flour tortillas
Enchiladas- Three corn tortillas stuffed with spiced chicken or ground beef, vegetables and topped with enchilada sauce, served with Spanish rice, beans, lettuce, and guacamole
information about East Side Kosher Deli
Va'ad Hakashrus of Denver / Glatt Kosher
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. Taken over by Joshua Horowitz in 2015, this kosher center features a full grocery store, take out deli, butcher shop, bakery and sit-down restaurant with a large selection of wines, beers and spirits. Joshua runs his restaurant under the philosophy of provid- ing fresh authentic food with friendly fast service at an affordable price. Never wanting the customer to leave hungry and being the only Kosher restaurant in Denver they aim to provide a welcoming envi- ronment whether you are out with the family or hosting a business lunch.
The East Side Kosher Deli offers a wide variety of cuisine. From their house made scratch deli meats to their smoked pulled brisket. There are dishes inspired by cuisine from around the world. Famous for their Fajitas, served on a sizzling platter with peppers onions and a choice of meat, accompanied by gaucomole, spanish rice, refried beans and warm flour tortillas, Pulled Brisket Sliders, tender smoked brisket accompanied by purple cabbage slaw or try the Charcuterie Board, assorted savory sausages and cured meats, roasted marrow bone, and crispy toast, complimented with an array of dipping sauces. For the burger lovers the signature Bourbon Burger, topped with sauteed mush- rooms, onion rings and a tangy bourbon sauce is a must have. They also have all the deli favorites, Insternational dishes and a kids menu.
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Desserts are not forgotten at The East Side Kosher Deli with the Mile High 7 Layer Cake, generous layers of chocolate fudge cake, filled with chocolate mousse and chocolate ganache, Fruit Trifle, layered fruit and custard dessert, served in a rustic jar or the New York style Cheesecake with a choice of toppings will satisfy the post meal need for sweets.
The East Side Kosher Deli can provide both casual and upscale dining in the newly renovated dining area with its off white color scheme contrasted with black trim. Wooden tables, cushioned chairs and hardwood floors gives the place a truly classic feel in keeping with being more than a just basic deli with tables and chairs. The recently revised menu has added seasonal items which represent what’s fresh in the culinary world, keeping Denver palates on a par with Chicago and New York.
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.