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Bones

Bones, 701 Grant Street, Denver

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Bones
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Average Price: $30 and under
Cuisine: Asian
Dress Code: Casual Dress
v 1.7 miles from Denver center (as shown on map)
Tight and energetic, Bones is a chef-inspired noodle bar in the heart of Governor's Park. Our windowed corner spot features an eclectic collection of beers, premium sakes, and wines to compliment a menu that changes frequently to offer food as comforting as house-crafted steamed buns and braised pork udon to the more exotic roasted bone marrow. With counter dining for those who love the action of a completely open kitchen, or more intimate tables nestled along the wall, Bones has the amenities of a fine-dining establishment--excellent service, beautiful food--but priced and toned for a more lively experience.
Bones 701 Grant Street, Denver

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Bones is #462 of 3321 things to do in Denver

4 of 5 stars4 out of 5
By: Jim H
Thu 16 Aug, 2018
l We probably would not have tried Bones on our own but our daughter made the reservation ? what a great discovery. A pretty small corner restaurant located amidst a host of restaurants at Seventh and...

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1 of 5 stars1 out of 5
By: Badia W
Sun 18 Mar, 2018
l The most horrible ramen I have ever seen or tasted in my life. it is a basically salt and old nasty water. No art or appreciation for food. The poorest quality of noodles and ingredients. The...

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5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: Cristina C, Englewood, Colorado
Sun 11 Mar, 2018
l Took my 18 yo daughter for dinner and it did not disappoint! Had the spare ribs for app and green chili ramen soup for entree and both were out of this world good! The flavors in the soup just...

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