Meadow Gold Ice Cream Made Exclusively for Us!

Did you know that Meadow Gold Ice Cream, one of the oldest ice cream companies in America, makes all of our ice creams exclusively for us? During the Silver Panic of 1893, George E Haskell and William M. Bosworth lost their jobs with the Fremont Butter and Egg Company, so they started their own firm […]

By |May 12th, 2015|Community, Food|0 Comments

Burgers and Milkshakes Restaurant In Denver, CO

Looking for a unique Milkshakes experience in Denver? Would you like to take a step back into time? Well, if you are looking for some style from the 1950’s, why not try Gunther Toody’s diner for Rich experience of Milkshakes in Denver. They bring you to another time dimension and make your eating experience lots of […]

By |March 8th, 2015|Drinks and Shakes, Food|0 Comments

Best Brunch in Denver

Gunther Toody’s has been serving the best brunch in Denver since 1986. Our regulars love the variety of menu items along with the low cost of dining. This American classic diner is maintained by staff members who go the extra mile to make every customer feel happy. […]

By |January 20th, 2015|Food|0 Comments

Gunther Toody’s is one of the Best Restaurants in Colorado Springs

In Colorado Springs, there is only one restaurant that you need to check out and that is Gunther Toody’s. We are considered one of the best restaurants in Colorado Springs because of the quality they offered. Gunther Toody’s is a family restaurant that offers all sorts of American cuisine in a fun and safe environment for families. The food is one-of-a-kind, offering real flavor with every bite. From burgers to sandwiches, there is something there for everyone, even the pickiest of eaters. […]

By |January 16th, 2015|Food|0 Comments

Best Breakfast Dishes for New Year’s Day

After celebrating long past midnight, what are the best breakfast dishes you like to eat to start the New Year off right?
Having a leisurely breakfast or brunch on New Year’s Day is a favorite tradition with many people.  After a very long night of celebrating, we like to enjoy a hearty meal after sleeping in […]

By |December 30th, 2014|Food|0 Comments

Unique Christmas Food from Around the World

Unique Christmas Food from Around the World
How does fried worms or whale blubber sound for the holiday table?  You won’t believe some unique Christmas food that is enjoyed around the world.
What do you enjoy for Christmas dinner? Do you stay with the traditional and enjoy turkey, ham or prime rib? Or is your holiday tradition something very different […]

By |December 22nd, 2014|Food|0 Comments

December 17 is National Maple Syrup Day

Did you know that maple syrup contains calcium, potassium, iron and other vitamins?  Keep reading to learn more and celebrate National Maple Syrup Day with pancakes tomorrow at Gunther Toody’s!

What would pancakes (or hotcakes as we call them at Gunther Toody’s) be without maple syrup?  Not nearly as tasty, right?  December 17th is National Maple […]

By |December 16th, 2014|Food|0 Comments

What are Your Favorite Classic Diner Dishes

When it comes to classic diner dishes do you always order the chicken fried steak, or is it all about the burgers and fries?
Classic diners like Gunther Toody’s are known for serving hearty, American comfort food.  Whether an establishment sticks to traditional recipes or offers new interpretations of classic diner dishes, the food is at […]

By |December 12th, 2014|Diner Culture, Food|0 Comments

Breakfast in Denver vs. Around the World

Breakfast in Denver might mean a burrito or a bagel, but how do people start the day around the world?
What do you eat for breakfast in Denver?  Do you like a bowl of cereal?  Or is a bagel more your style?  Or do you keep it healthy with a bowl of oatmeal?  These are easy […]

By |December 10th, 2014|Food|0 Comments

The Importance of the Classic Diner

The classic diner helped shaped the modern restaurant industry and remains a American cultural icon.
You may have noticed that the classic diner is an endangered species in the restaurant world.  At one time the familiar shiny rail-car style diners were found all around the country, but now their numbers have dwindled and many have been […]

By |December 5th, 2014|Diner Culture, Food|0 Comments