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3536 W 44th Ave  DenverCO  80211

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Tocabe - An American Indian Eatery in Denver, CO

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How to Make Fry Bread - Osage Style.

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The owners of Tocabe, Brad and Matt, take us through the fry bread making process. Check out the review on Denver Westword: http://www.westword.com/2009-04-1...  [...]

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Tocabe: An American Indian Eatery

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    [email protected]~~~hoo.com
    1/27/2014 10:04:39 PM
    Funny story. I live in Golden and went to a Cubs spring training game in Mesa, AZ. Shortly after walking in I noticed a place making Indian Fry Bread. Had some with the grandkids (who loved it). While talking to the cooks I found out (much to my surprise) they were from Denver; Tocabe's to be precise. I told them someone made fry bread at the new Rockies Talking Stick facility. They asked me to let them know how it was. We went to the Rockies the last game of Spring training. When I got back to Denver I visited Tocabes and gave them the review; Tocabe's made much better fry bread. They have lots of great salads and tacos too.
  2. anonymous
    1/29/2013 3:57:26 AM
    I would love your recipe for Hominy Salsa. Hillsboro, OR
  3. anonymous
    9/29/2012 10:07:14 AM
    From UK, so interested to try some of these unique interesting recipes and flavours
  4. anonymous
    1/31/2012 2:28:07 PM
    Had the grilled chicken sandwich.  Sad to say it was FLAVORLESS.  I won't go back.
  5. anonymous
    1/21/2012 6:19:42 PM
    I would like recipe for hominy salsa
  6. anonymous
    10/13/2011 1:34:33 PM
    really excellent Indian tacos.  the fry bread instead of a tortilla is a brilliant idea.  They build your own taco at the service counter - don't forget the Osage hominy and pork chili!  My husband had the bison ribs and loved them, altho they are for real carnivores only.....meat was well-cooked, but too rich for me.  The berry BBQ sauce was smokey & tasty on all kinds of meat. 
  7. anonymous
    9/28/2011 6:57:59 PM
    :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D
  8. anonymous
    9/28/2011 6:57:15 PM
    guys Tocabe was just featured on food network. a native American Dier.  I want to go there. blueberry b b que sauce with bison ribs. hominy salsa?  i want the recipi for that.  it looked so good.  two thumbs up for these natives diner.
  9. anonymous
    9/11/2011 4:32:28 PM
    I am really glad that I got to go here this summer before it aired on the Food Network.  The food was unique and delicious.  The fry bread makes a great base for this delicious taco style meal.  I tried the chicken on mine, and it was fantastic.
  10. anonymous
    1/1/2011 10:31:03 PM
    Tocabe is awesome. They are like a native American version of chipotle- they use flat bread
  11. anonymous
    12/4/2010 10:41:00 PM
    My brother, Mom and I are in Denver for a while and we were looking for good places to eat online.  So we went on Flavor Town to see where Guy Fieri had been in Denver for Triple D.  We ended up going to Tocabe thinking it would be super busy on a Saturday night.  Actually the place was rather empty, but we decided to go in anyway since we found out it was Native American food.  We each ordered fry bread Indian tacos with shredded bison meat and various toppings.  We were blown away by the food.  It's easy to see why Guy ended up going here.  And it turns out he was only there 3 weeks ago.  He had his signature Guy Fieri "stamp" on the wall, but obviously the show hasn't aired yet.  Anyway, if you get a chance to try this place out, please do because my brother, mom and I have a feeling this place is going to blow up once the show airs, and for good reason.  Great job Tocabe.  

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