This year, we have 4 days during the month of June that we are offering Restaurants for Refugees. Visit one or all of our partnering restaurants on these days to enjoy some delicious food to support the work of the African Community Center in Denver.
Capitol Hill’s Hottest Breakfast Spot. Eat more Jelly!
Open every day for breakfast and lunch, Jelly has become the place to frequent in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Join Jelly for a quirky environment filled with energy, helpful staff and delicious food. Jelly is open 7 days a week from 7:00am-3:00pm. Visit their Pearl Street location at 600 E. 13th Avenue or visit their website to check them out!
Voted 15th Best Wine Bar in America!
Caveau’s mission is to provide a one of a kind wine experience for everyone from the wine novice to the oenophile. Caveau is a wine bar that provides total immersion into wine through our quality wines, tasting flights, educational classes and extensive wine cellar. At Caveau it’s all about the wine. What makes this experience unique? Caveay offers a laid-back approach to wine in a “wine country sexy” atmosphere. This is not a place filled with wine snobs and they will not make a newcomer to wine feel uncomfortable or intimidated. Caveau Wine Bar provides a “wine country” experience, giving customers the sense of a vineyard tasting room experience in the city. Visit Caveau Wine Bar at 450 E. 17th Avenue or visit their website to check them out!
Join ACC at Caveau Wine Bar on June 11th from 4:00pm-12:00am!
The Finest French Food Found on Lincoln!
Since 1981, Le Central has been serving the “taste of Provence” on the southeast corner of 8th and Lincoln in Denver. Le Central employs several Bhutanese-Nepali refugees and they have collaborated with the Le Central staff to provide a special menu featuring some of the specialities from their home country.
Le Central will be offering this special dish for dinner only on June 13th for $32/per person with all of the profits being donated to the African Community Center.
Here is the Menu for that Evening:
Samosa: baked pastry with a spicy savory filling of split pea and potato with a savory and sour chutney
Red Rice: this high altitude rice is similar to brown rice and is extremely nutritious and filling. When cooked it is pale pink, soft and slightly sticky
Roti: unleavened flat bread
Khasi: goat marinated in Dahi (yogurth) tandori with curied lentils, onions, carrots and garlic
Gulab Jamun: spongy milky balls in cardamon seed and rose water syrup.
Denver’s Fresh American Diner!
Denver’s Original Drinking Spot!