For over 12 years, Dixon’s has been serving up creative American cuisine, including breakfast, lunch, brunch, dinner, and even late night snacks.Â Located in the historic Henry Lee bulding at 16th and Wazee, Dixon’s provides a unique atmosphere along with timely, friendly service.
For breakfast, Dixon’s offers all of the common breakfast staples (eggs, pancakes, french toast, etc), however, they go above and beyond with the different variations, and they also put their own unique spin on some American classics.
The lunch and dinner menu provides a literal multitude of choices.Â Good luck on deciding on one single thing to order, as the choices seem to be endless.Â The menu provides an extremely diverse array of options, ranging from Mexican cuisine to fish, and from burgers and sandwiches to chicken and steaks.Â Additionally, if you are looking for the perfect beverage to pair with your meal, Dixon’s offers a long list of margaritas, cocktails, and martini’s, as well as a list of wines from around the world.
For those with a sweet tooth, the dessert menu is a solid one, offering peanut butter cheesecake, white chocolate key lime pie, carrot cake, crÃ¨me brulee, and more.
Recently, Dixon’s introduced another “must-have” item – a real happy hour.Â It runs from 3 to 6 p.m. seven days a week, and features cocktail specials ($3 Ketel One John Daly or a pitcher for $15, $3 Happy Hour Pint-o-‘Rita; $3 Corona or bucket of 6 Coronas for $15) and food specials ($1 Beef or Bean Taco, $3 Mini Philly Cheesesteak [two in an order], $3 Artichoke Dip, $3 Chicken Wings, $3 Mini Ham and Swiss [two], $3 Beef Quesadilla, $3 Chili Cheese Fries).
Dixon’s really is one of those local favorites that set the bar extremely high for their competition.Â The next time you are in Denver, make sure to stop into this culinary all-star located in the heart of downtown Denver.