Little Anita's Mexican Foods

1550 S Colorado Blvd # 103
Denver, CO 80222
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Customer Reviews (10 reviews)

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on Citysearch Mar 17, 2010
Always crowded but consistently good, Little Anita's has excellent Mexican food with a New Mexican twist. The #3 combo is great. My husban... (more)


on Citysearch Mar 28, 2009
I grew up in New Mexico and prefer that style of Mexican food and it's hard to find in Denver. Really only Little Anita's and Jack-n-Grill have it. I think the food is comparable and go to both. The advantage at Little... (more)


on Citysearch Feb 22, 2009
It's called "New Mexico" Mexican food, but it's great even if you've only had "regular" (perhaps Tex-Mex) Mexican food that the major chains serve. Little Anita's burritos are good, but the meat-stuffed... (more)


on Citysearch Oct 26, 2008
I would prefer chips and salsa to start rather than the fried dough that comes with the meal. I thought the selections were a bit overpriced, especially for a place where you need to order at a counter and get your own... (more)

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on Citysearch Oct 21, 2008
The food is good but the dining space is limited. It can get very crowded with a few guests but if in the mood for SW food I recoommend the... (more)


on Citysearch Oct 12, 2008
My friend's aunt lives in Pueblo and makes tamales every Sunday. She always makes extra, and is willing to part with them for a small fee and a 'por favor'. Little Anita's comes very close to those perfect tamales with... (more)

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on Citysearch Oct 12, 2008
This is a tiny little place in a busy strip mall. The food was ok, but since there was little space to eat, I had a difficult time enjoying ... (more)


on Citysearch Aug 26, 2008
I spent ten years in Northern New Mexico. GREAT NEW MEXICAN FOOD I Love RED CHILE, THIS IS THE BEST RED CHILE IN THE DENVER AREA. This food reminds me of the food from Northern New Mexico. RED OR GREEN CHILE?... (more)


on Citysearch Nov 08, 2006
A chain, but a local one (I think). The calabacitas(?) burrito is my favorite. Each guest receives a complimentary sopapilla, and they are great. The menu is extensive, and everything I've tried has been good. A nice... (more)


on Citysearch Jan 26, 2006
Little Anitas is defenitly my favorite place to eat. It's cheap, good (especially the green chilli), friendly, quick, and you don't have to tip! Could you really go wrong with that?... (more)

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