The Pizza is very thin crust. Ours was a little burnt. The appetizers were very unique and very good.
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My friend and I split an appetizer, salad, and pizza, and it was all very well done. Creative, wonderfully executed, and beautifully presented. Server was very helpful and engaging. We had some trouble finding the restaurant, even with GPS. Signage could be better.
Terrific little restaurant in the Peleton. Food is excellent. Inside is small but welcoming. Also has outside seating. The artisan pizzas are terrific, but the chef is not limited to pizza! Short ribs with smoked mashed potatoes were very, very good. The pilada appetizer was...More
So glad I was introduced to this great little place off the main touristy route. Food and ambience were wonderful. Bartender was amazing.
Nice authentic crust cooked in a wood-fired oven, crispy exterior with a nice chewy interior. I also loved the wood-fired salad with radicchio and roasted veggies.
I have previously eaten at Basta and this visit did not measure up to the past. The best dish on the menu by far is the half-chicken. The Daisy pizza was not as good this time. A Romaine salad came with browned leaves, which the...More
We had not gone to Basta for a few years, and based on the 5280 restaurant ratings we stopped in last Saturday. Wow, we had a great dinner. The Piada with burrata cheese was amazing, a beautifully warm round shaped bread stuffed with roasted garlic...More
My friend and I showed up around 5:30 PM on a Saturday to find Basta's about half full. After being seated at an outdoor window seat that looked in on the bar, we settled in and ordered bread and pizza (who cares about carb overload...More
Perhaps it was because of all the hype as a "best of" for Denver/Boulder, but I was a bit underwhelmed by Basta. It's a very informal place that specializes in pizza. It's very good pizza and there are other good items on the menu too,...More