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Top 10 Soup Spots in Denver

Soup is good for the soul on those chilly Colorado days. Although winter 2021 was tame, 2022 is here now and the snow is already coming down in full force. Here are 10 of the best soup spots around Denver to warm you up.

Pho 95

Pho 95 is in the heart of Denver at 1401 S. Federal Blvd, just 4 miles from the Colorado State Capitol. Their broth has just the right amount of everything to give you a soup packed with flavor. If someone you’re dining with doesn’t care for pho, many of the other dishes on the menu are a hit as well!

Rosenberg’s Bagels & Delicatessen 

Rosenberg’s is famous for their matzo ball soup; with the dumplings and the broth made from whole, locally-raised chicken, it’s the perfect way to warm up. You can find this restaurant in Five Points at 725 E. 26th Ave and at their other location inside Stanley Marketplace in Aurora.

Stoic & Genuine

Known for its fantastic clam chowder, Stoic & Genuine is located at Union Station. It’s perfect for a cold winter day with the spot-on balance of shellfish and pork. Not to mention, their cornbread is an ideal side to their clam chowder. 

LeRoux

Craving French onion soup? LeRoux should be your go-to! The blend of cave-aged cheese and fresh croutons is a fantastic winter treat. You can find LeRoux on 16th St Mall in Downtown Denver.

City, O’ City

City, O’ City, a vegetarian restaurant beloved by Colorado locals, is notorious for their curry carrot soup, but they also have several other options. With seasonal stews, vegetarian chili, udon noodles with tofu, or kimchi stew, you will find something with your name on it! You can find City, O’ City in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Katsu Ramen

Ramen prepared by a Japanese chef straight from Osaka, Japan, is a must-try! They make their noodles fresh and with rich broth, it gives you the taste of Japan you didn’t know you needed. You can find Katsu Ramen in Aurora at 1930 S. Havana St.

Little Tibet | Restaurant & Bar 

Although this spot isn’t technically in Denver, we just had to include it. With a sweet change of pace from ramen and pho, it serves up a hot bowl of soup called Tibetan thenthuk. Little Tibet is at 4479 Broadway in Boulder, CO.

Sams No. 3

Sams No.3 is a family-owned restaurant with an authentic, homey feeling that opened in 1927. Featured on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, they have a great menu with chili that’s to die for! There are three locations, Glendale, Aurora and Downtown Denver. 

Los Mesones

Los Mesones should be your go-to place to get pozole! Located in downtown Denver on West Colfax, their pozole is authentic, flavorful and will leave you more than satisfied. 

East Side Kosher Deli

Chicken noodle soup is a timeless classic, and East Side Kosher Deli has a great take on it. Pair it with any of their sandwiches, and you’ve got yourself a hearty winter meal. You can find it in Glendale, CO at 499 S. Elm St.

It may be cold in Colorado, but that doesn’t mean you have to be! There is a soup for everyone on this list that will warm you up this winter, guaranteed!