5 Denver Restaurants That Could Make Tom Brady Feel Better After Loss to Broncos
Poor Tom Brady. He lost to the Broncos twice this year. The first time, he lost to our back-up quarterback. Then he lost in the AFC Championship to Peyton Manning and the Denver defense. Close, but no Superbowl for you, Mr. Brady. I feel bad. He must feel awful after being thrown around like a rag doll all day. I have chosen 5 Denver restaurants that could possibly "make Tom Brady feel better".
5. Casa Bonita
Casa Bonita has been in a shopping mall at 6715 West Colfax Avenue in Lakewood for over 40 years. They are not known for great food, but the atmosphere is unbeatable, with a 30-foot waterfall, strolling musicians and daring cliff divers. The tasty sopapillas and the fun atmosphere may be able to take Tom Brady's mind off the Patriots two losses to the Broncos this season.
4. The Cheesecake Factory
The Cheesecake Factory is one of my favorite places to go in Downtown Denver. It's right on the 16th Street Mall at 16th and Lawrence. I know if I am feeling down, I want some cheesecake. I found over 35 kinds of cheesecake on their website. That should help cheer up Tommy Boy after losing out on another trip to the Superbowl!
3. The Broker Restaurant
The Broker Restaurant is inside a 100-year-old bank vault at 821 17th St. in Downtown Denver. It is known as one of Denver's finest steak houses, but since it is in an old bank vault no one could hear Tom Brady's screams as he relives the horror that was the Broncos victory over the Patriots in the AFC Championship.
2. Elway's Downtown
Elway's Downtown is considered one of the finest restaurants in Downtown Denver. It is located in the Ritz-Carlton at 1881 Curtis Street. They are known for their seafood and hand-cut steaks. John Elway is one of the primary owners of the restaurant. My guess is if Tom Brady paid them a visit, Mr. Elway might even pick up his tab. That would make anybody happy.
1. La Loma
La Loma Mexican Restaurant is my favorite restaurant in Denver. It's just west of I-25 and Just south of Speer Blvd. They are known for their award-winning green chili, although their seafood enchiladas are my favorite. Tom Brady could use a few of their ginormous margaritas so he can forget the ass-whoopin he took at the hands of the Broncos vicious defense.