If you are on a holiday or a business visit to Denver Colorado and want to try some really spicy food then dine in at Jack-N-Grill which serves truly ... More
If you are on a holiday or a business visit to Denver Colorado and want to try some really spicy food then dine in at Jack-N-Grill which serves truly authentic Mexican food. This cozy nook has a separate bar area and an outdoor patio. The very noisy dining room is bustling with Mexican art on the walls. The chef dishes out fresh Mexican cuisines and totally satisfying chilly available in normal and nuclear. There is also a good deal on breakfast here which can fill anybody. Also available here are excellent carne adovado, enchiladas, and burritos.
Jack N Grill has very sentimental value to us (reunited there and were later engaged there).
Other than that, my fiance found a piece of broken plate in his food to which the manager did nothing about and the food is mediocre...
Bad service. Bad food. Why are they still in business surrounded by great Mexican and New Mexican restaurants. The wait staff/relatives of teh owner are too busy chatting at the bar to really serve the customer. And the food tastes like the bad Mexican food I would get in Iowa.
Their disdain for the customer is the first thing I noticed about this place. On our first visit, the service was slow and inattentive. After the food was delivered, we did not see the waitress again. That is, until it was time for the check. On the second visit (we thought we'd give it another chance), we had to park a block away. Not because they were busy, but because they closed their parking lot to the customers so they could sell parking spaces to the fans going to the football game. The food brings nothing new. If you want New Mexican style food, go to Julia Blackbirds just a few blocks away. Like another reviewer states, I do not understand the hype.
I first discovered this little unobtrusive restaurant last year. I was introduced to real New Mexican food. What's the difference, I thought?
Just try the Calabasitas ( I don't know if I'm spelling it right or not), a grilled corn, zucchini, squash, jalepeno and cheese mixture to die for!
And then, the chili rellenos, mmmm along with a Christmas mix of sauces..do I pick red or green today? Or both and have Christmas on my burrito, enchiladas or whatever you choose!
And the prices are reasonable, you can drink and have chips and salsa!