My last three visits to the Euro Grill confirmed the first--this place is great with the best Slavic food this side of the Atlantic. The Goulash Soup is the best I've had since I lived in Germany over 30 years ago. Even the "German" dishes are first rate. If you have the Gyro Platter, you won't need a knife--it's that tender. Make sure you try the Bohemian Sauerbraten (Svickova). Everything, and I mean everything, is homemade in the restaurant. For that extra-special meal, the Bohemian Roast Duck is to die for. The staff (most of whom are from the Czech Republic) are courteous and know the menu inside-out.
If you find yourself on Interstate 70, 40 miles west of Denver, this restaurant is a must stop. Also, take time to visit and walk through Georgetown. It has a great history, a neat and informative train ride (the Georgetown Loop) and some really unique shops.
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