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Enjoy Dinner at an Ethiopian Restaurant Around Lone Tree

If you want to sample Ethiopian dishes like tibs, kitfo, and doro wat, you don’t have to venture far from home. Several local restaurants offer these and other delicious favorites. The Ethiopian eateries near our Lone Tree apartments include:

Nile Ethiopian Restaurant

One of Colorado’s most authentic Ethiopian restaurants, Nile invites everyone to enjoy the traditions of Ethiopia. This authentic eatery is popular among locals and visitors alike. The large portions mean you’ll never leave hungry, and there is something delicious for every palate. Offerings include yogen tibs, chicken wat, and lamb tibs firfir. Round out your meal with a cup of coffee or tea. Nile extends its hours to 1:00 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

Konjo Ethiopian Food

When you visit Konjo, you’ll be treated like family. The chefs here source the meat locally, while the seasonings and spices come directly from Ethiopia. Tib offerings include chicken, beef, and lamb. You can also enjoy injera bread and your choice of vegetable. Additionally, this restaurant also serves an Ethiopian brunch on the weekends. Held between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., it includes everything from vegan burritos to breakfast scrambles.

Abyssinia Ethiopian Restaurant

Nestled at the corner of Colfax and Ivanhoe, Abyssinia is a family-owned restaurant known for its spicy dishes. The varied menu features creative twists on Ethiopian comfort foods. The dishes here pair well with the imported beers, and you will feel as though you’re dining at a friend’s home. Offerings include azifa, gored gored, and veggie sambusa. You can also enjoy dinner with your favorite bottle of wine.

Before sampling some Ethiopian cuisine, enjoy a journey back in time at the Littleton Museum. If you would like to call Retreat at Park Meadows home, please contact us. Our leasing team will be happy to show you the floor plans and amenities our apartments in Lone Tree, CO have to offer.

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