Salty Rita's at the Lowry Town Center
The first thing I said when someone I know moved into a new home in Lowry was, "Dude, what the hell is wrong with you?" But then I visited, and before I could throw the smack down about "you need to drive 15 minutes to party," he promptly tilted my skull in the direction of Salty Rita's. Another of the Little Pub "Cantina" style joints, I can only imagine how many Dockers-wearing, Volvo-driving, New Urbanism souls this place has saved. Literally.
Walk through the door, sit right down, and without even glancing at the menu show your former downtown-dweller coolness and order "Sloppy Burrito, House Margarita rocks - no salt." The patio is massive - like 20 tables massive - so enjoy a nice afternoon out there when your wife thinks you are playing golf with some corporate mook. But instead of leering at the beverage cart chick on some crappy public dogtrack, you'll have babes aplenty to gawk at through your aviators - you know, the specs that really aren't back in style, that you've had since 1989.
And feel free to bring the kiddos. With a great fountain to run through just off the patio, you can watch Junior soak his Pull-Ups while relaxing with a cocktail and your neighbors. It's like hanging out in your own backyard, but with someone to wait on you who won't resent it like your spouse might.
Curious fact: The giant Margarita glass over the front door was made to scale, and would hold 300 margaritas. For some reason that just made me think of the Anne-Margaret baked beans scene from the movie "Tommy" - although I'm not really sure why I just told you that.
200 Quebec St, Bldg 300 101
Denver, CO. 80230
Primary Contact: Matt Jones
Contact Title: General Manager