City O’ City is located in 206 E 13th Ave, Denver, CO 80203. Breakfast is available from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Lunch and Dinner is available from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Two Happy Hours from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. to close daily. There is a Coffee Bar too, and everything from the Bakery is vegan.
With 585+ reviews on Yelp, here were some of the most helpful:
John S. from Denver, CO says: “Best breakfast ever! I’ve been going here for several years now, and I can easily say I never tire of the food at all. Not ever! My absolute favorite is to have breakfast here on weekends, early in the morning (come early because this place gets packed), and have their scrambled tofu breakfast with an Americano coffee. Absolutely hits the spot! While I do believe they serve some meat products here, one of the things that City O specializes in is providing vegetarian, and sometimes vegan, food at a somewhat decent price. Remember, this is downtown, and prices tend to be a little bit elevated. But for any extra dimes you pay at this wonderful place, it’s well worth it! What’s also nice about City O City is that they vary their menu from time to time, thus guaranteeing that every few times you go into the restaurant, you are in for a pleasant surprise by being nudged this way and that to try different variations of what you usually order, and sometimes just ordering something altogether different, and just as wonderfully surprising. Eating here is an adventure! Absolutely wonderful! PS: Try their sister restaurant down the street a ways, the Watercourse restaurant. Try the Claymore beer. Yummy!”
Dave C. from Denver, CO says: “I am a die hard carnivore, yet I’ve heard nothing but good things about City O’ City for a long time and have been very curious to give it a try. I finally made it there for a friend’s birthday dinner. I now regret that I didn’t go there much sooner. Our group shared three appetizers to start with. We ordered the Shishito Peppers ($6), which are tempura battered, with garlic, sesame dressing and sweet soy; Seitan Wings ($8) with Buffalo sauce, accompanied with ranch and celery; Poutine ($9) – Fries, gravy and fresh curd. All were delicious. For my entree I ordered the Udon Noodle Bowl ($12), Mushrooms, Bok Choy, shallot, Thai basil and fresh noodles in a carrot, ginger broth, with daikon, pickled carrot, slices of jalapeno, micro greens and soft egg. I could not have been more satisfied. The broth was incredibly delicious. The egg was a really nice addition to the dish as the runny yolk blended perfectly with the broth. The noodles were cooked perfectly and all the vegetables were delicious. The slices of jalapeno added a nice amount of heat. This is the first all vegetarian meal I’ve ever had and it won’t be my last. I won’t be giving up meat any time soon, but I can’t wait to go back. The service was fantastic. This is a fantastic restaurant and I am so happy I finally made it there. I’m a huge fan.”