Littleton, Colorado is an older town in the midst of Denver's megalopolis, it has a charming Old Town in which you can find the Town Hall Theater surrounded by a number of highly rated restaurants. The Cafe Terracotta has to be rated among one of the best. My sister and I had dinner there this evening before seeing The Music Man at the theater. The restaurant is located just off Main Street in a restored historical house. The ambiance is soft, the service is excellent, and the food is devine. The menu is eclectic, a variety of offerings that will please every taste. I had a kale/spinach salad, a butternut squash baked and stuffed with a variety of things (you can pull up their menu and find what these "things" are) plus an incredibly tasty pork chop. Crusty bread was served also with an oil and sweet vinegar dip. We didn't have time for dessert but I imagine there would be many offerings that would suit your palate. It was a stormy evening and traffic being what it is at 5:00 PM, we were late for our reservation but when I called to tell them where we were, they said not to worry, just come when we could get there. And since we were late and they knew we had tickets for the play, they had our food prepared in a timely manner, all done with smooth service, with a smile and grace. I do recommend reservations, it helps keep the wait down.
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