7 Wild Foods In Colorado You Have To Try... Or At Least Convince A Friend To
Who said food can't be on your bucket list?
If you've ever started a bucket list but didn't add some strange and even wild foods to try, now is the time to do so. Visiting new places is fantastic, but experimenting with tastes you wouldn't usually try is the perfect way to venture outside your comfort zone. This list of wild foods in Colorado will give you the ideal reason to visit the Rocky Mountain State to see (and taste) everything it has to offer.
Rocky Mountain Oysters
Address: 1000 Osage St., Denver, CO
Why You Need To Try It: This state's 'delicacy' is usually either bull or bison testicles deep fried and served with (lots) of dips.
Honey Pizza Crust
Address: 7525 W. 53rd Ave., Arvada, CO
Why You Need To Try It: The honey baked into the crust gives it a deliciouslytaste, while the thickly braided "cradles" ridiculous amounts of toppings.
Cuisine: Fried Chicken
Address: 234 N. College Ave., Fort Collins, CO
Why You Need To Try It: Swap the ice cream for chicken in a waffle cone for the ultimate, savory treat.
Whacky Waffle Combos
Cuisine: Breakfast & Lunch
Address: 130 W. Olive St., Ste D, Fort Collins, CO
Why You Need To Try It: You can try combinations ranging from breakfast sandwiches, grilled cheeses or eggs bennie on.
Rattlesnake & Pheasant Hot Dog
Address: 2148 Larimer St., Denver, CO
Why You Need To Try It: The tastes complement each other perfectly, according to the menu.
The Dahlia Biscuit Sandwich
Address: Multiple locations
Why You Need To Try It: This sausage patty is topped with a fried egg, apple butter (yes please), and maple syrup with the option for a french toast style biscuit.
Crawfish And Oyster Po' boy
Address: 10488 W. Centennial Rd., Littleton, CO
Why You Need To Try It: It speaks for itself, and is topped with a remoulade made in-house, all inside a hoagie bun.