Notable Dishes

Denver's Best for Sliders

These Denver spots serve up mini burgers that are small in size but pack plenty of flavor. Order enough to go around because, trust us, you won't want to share.  

  • Root Down
    • American
    • LoHi
    Food
    27
    Decor
    25
    Service
    24
    Cost
    $36

    This American eatery aims to please both carnivores and vegetarians by creating an inclusive menu full of farm-to-fork ingredients. The thick veggie burger patty (made with a blend of rice, veggies, seeds and spices) has a distinct crunch and spiciness that makes it stand out. The duo of sliders is served with a jalapeno jam that gives it a sweet-and-spicy kick and accompanied by a pile of crispy sweet potato fries ($13).

  • Linger
    • Eclectic
    • LoHi
    Food
    26
    Decor
    27
    Service
    24
    Cost
    $35

    The rooftop lounge is a major draw at this eclectic eatery serving high-end small plates. The menu is categorized globally, with the Wagyu Sliders falling under the Americas & West Indies section. The top-of-the-line Wagyu beef patty incorporates ethnic flavors accentuated by curried sour cream and peppered bacon. The trio is served with sweet potato waffle fries and a zingy chipotle ketchup for dipping ($15).

  • Prohibition
    • Bar
    • Capitol Hill
    Atmo.
    24
    Decor
    24
    Service
    22
    Cost
    M

    This Capitol Hill lounge draws a crowd with their vintage-inspired cocktails and no-fuss pub grub. The sliders trio here features flavorful braised short ribs packed onto soft, buttery buns from Bluepoint Bakery. The barbecue sauce on the sliders is made in-house, adding a burst of smoky flavor ($7).

  • Larkburger
    • Burger
    • Greenwood Village
    Food
    24
    Decor
    18
    Service
    20
    Cost
    $13

    You can miniaturize your favorite burger at this local chain focusing on eco-friendly cooking methods and natural ingredients. The Little Lark ($3.50) and Little Turkey ($3.95) are 3 oz. versions of the originals, both served with all the standard fixin’s and a tangy lemon-dijon house sauce.

  • La Biblioteca
    • Nuevo Latino
    • LoDo
    Food
    -
    Decor
    -
    Service
    -
    Cost
    M

    This sultry cocktail lounge with a Latin-Asian flare boasts over 350 different varieties of sipping tequilas and myriad tapas. To keep from drinking on an empty stomach, the mini banh mi dog sliders are an adventurous choice. The housemade beef/pork hot dog comes topped with über-rich chicken pâté, a bright pickled radish/carrot mixture and a spicy Serrano chili and mustard spread ($8).

  • Work & Class
    • Southern American
    • River North Art District
    Food
    -
    Decor
    -
    Service
    -
    Cost
    M

    This refurbished, industrial-style shipping container serves family-style portions of modern American/Latin American cuisine. Generally, meat is purchased by the pound, but during happy hour the restaurant offers a small menu of bites. Try the coriander-roasted lamb meat slider, served on a fluffy potato roll ($5).

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