Have fun eating in themed restaurants in Denver co

If you’re in the Denver, Colo., area and you’re looking for someplace different for dinner tonight, there are several themed restaurants you might try. Located in Denver and the surrounding area, each has its own unique menu and atmosphere. Whether you prefer to dine in a place that takes you back in time, to another place, or to a completely different world, you will find what you’re looking for in Denver’s themed restaurants.

Johnny Rockets

Step into a time machine and go back to the ’50s at Johnny Rockets. When you walk in, you’ll think it’s 1950 all over again. The decor includes chrome stools and counter tops just like you would see in an old ’50s drive-in. The menu is no different. It includes all-time American  favorites such as burgers, fries, and old-fashioned milkshakes and malts.

Gunther Toody’s

For another ’50s experience, try Gunther Toody’s. With black and white tile floors, lots of chrome and neon everywhere, it will definitely take you back. Add the ’50s music and some old photographs on the walls and you have a total ’50s experience. The menu is much the same as Johnny Rockets, but Gunther Toody’s also offers five-cent burger nights.

Boulder Dinner Theater

Take a trip to Broadway at the Boulder Dinner Theater; the theater has been bringing Broadway home to Boulder for more than 20 years. The actors are your waiters and waitresses, so you get to meet them when they deliver your meal. Their menu includes main entrees, such as Chicken Cordon Bleu, BBQ Beef Open-faced Sandwiches, Prime Rib and a Roasted Half Chicken. The ticket price includes dinner. Drink orders, as well as appetizers and desserts, are available for an additional charge.

Casa Bonita

To experience a whole new world, visit Casa Bonita. Casa Bonita is a maze of caves where you can see cliff divers and a shoot out between Black Bart and the sheriff. You might see Chiquita, the gorilla, if you‘re there long enough. They have a mariachi band that roams from table to table playing for the guests. There are also dancers and flame jugglers. For those who would rather play video games, the restaurant even has an arcade. Before entering the maze of caves, you go through a buffet-style line to order your food. It’s all you can eat, so when you’re ready for another round, just raise the Mexican flag at the end of your table; the waiter or waitress will come around and bring you another plate, a drink, dessert or anything else you need.

These places all offer kid-appropriate entertainment for those who are looking for a place that the whole family can enjoy, but the area also has establishments that offer entertainment geared more toward adults and even romantically themed restaurants for Mom and Dad’s date night.

This is just a small example of Denver’s themed restaurants. If you’re looking for a change of pace at mealtime, it shouldn’t be hard to find one that fits your agenda. There is something for everyone, whether you are looking for something casual or something more formal.