A small family restaurant in a old victorian home in downtown Littleton. The food is very good and has outdoor seating under porch that has a great warm feel.
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Went here for a holiday party. They treated us like royalty. The waitstaff was friendly, very funny and helpful with suggestions. The food was terrific. I would definitely return.
Love their breakfast and lunch menu. We went for dinner and it was the best braised short ribs we've ever had! Innovative menu with wonderful flavors. Service is exceptional, staff very friendly.
Family went for breakfast and had the Huevos rancheros which was very yummy and my sister had the Breakfast Burrito. The burrito was huge and she ate every last morsel. The service was great and loved the atmosphere. We will definitely be back.
Cafe TerraCotta is housed in an historic home in Littleton off Main Street. Their food is excellent and the atmosphere warm and friendly. The real treat is sitting outside under an umbrella table on sunny days in the Spring and Summer!
The atmosphere, decor, and food are excellent. The service is outstanding. The only reason I do not rate it a 5 is because it can be noisy inside. The outdoor courtyard is delightful in the summer. Definitely a place to visit.
Service was amazing! Great attention to detail from the guy at the door who greated us, and offered us a drink while we waited for our booth with our favorite server, Monica. To the kind man that filled our water. This place has really stepped it up on the service side.. now we will anticipate an amazing menu for summer!... More
What’s the difference between a great restaurant and an average one? Most people would probably say, ‘food and service,’ but there is so much more to it—tangible and intangible items. Perhaps it’s better to just describe my experience with this restaurant and let you decide. After not going to this place for over a year I walked into the dining... More
My husband and I went for breakfast. The service was great and the food was good. The only problem was I ordered a. Mimosa and the wine glass was only a quarter full and was 50/50 orange juice and champagne. I will not order that again.
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We will be in the Denver area on Father's Day. Would you be able to handle a group of 10 or 11 for breakfast?