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Denver - Abrusci's Italian Restaurant - Kudos!

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Hello fellow Denverites and travelers.

I'm pleased to report an excellent experience at a restaurant in the Cherry Creek area of Denver - Abrusci's.

They've had a location in Wheat Ridge for years, but it's on the opposite side of town for me. The Cherry Creek location was opened this year and it's the first "real Chicken Parm." I've had since being diagnosed.

I had the minestrone soup, Chicken Parm., freshly baked gluten-free Bread AND a great dessert.


Please patronize them, the staff is well informed and the room is pleasant but not stuffy. Great bar area and prices too.

PS: Wife had a non-gluten-free meal and was impressed as well.


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YES! Big kudos to them. I have been there several times for dinner and have never had a problem. This place is wonderful!!! :D


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