So there you are, sitting in the Mile High City craving the only true comfort food known to mankind that can actually fill the empty void. Add to that a thirst for an ever-expanding market of quality craft beer and you’ll swear your hunger pains are taking control of your faculties.
OK, all fluff aside, stop turning the pages…well…sliding your finger across the screen, if you’re seriously craving good pizza [and more] and a quality craft brew, head on over to Lucky Pie Lodo and suffice that craving. With a menu to meet anyone’s needs, and enough taps to calm those frazzled nerves, you’ll wonder why you never walked in the doors before.
Think fresh, not yesterday, not frozen, but fresh, as in someone woke up way before you did and began the daunting task of putting together all the ingredients needed to blow your taste buds away well before the timer on your automatic coffee maker informed you that you’re only minutes away from a conscious state.
We have to admit, this was not our first trip to Lucky Pie, in fact we’d been to their Lodo location on more than one occasion. All the more reason to tap out a few good words, as once again, we found ourselves in a state of pizza nirvana! We’re partial to the Cheech, a Neapolitan-style pie made with San Marzano tomato sauce, smoked mozzarella and oregano. Don’t skimp on the red pepper flakes, and by all means, when your server asks if you would like fresh Parmesan sprinkled on top, say yes! The crust will have you smiling rather than talking [it’s not polite to talk with food in your mouth].
While you sit in anticipation of your order, the appetizers will grant you the knowledge that whatever is to come is made with the same quality. Don’t mind the confusion of the beer and wine menu [too many great choices], just go with your gut! After all is said and done, there’s also a dessert menu that will be, pardon the pun, the icing on the cake! If you’re not sure what to do, ask! Our server, Matty, was nothing short of professional, friendly and helpful! While we already knew what we wanted, she made sure our visit was as fulfilling, if not more, than our previous visits. There’s something to be said about people who not only know the menu, but are able to know the customers needs and guide them through the entire process of, not only an enjoyable experience, but damn good food.