Cosas que hacer en Denver
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"A mortuary converted into a trendy bar and restaurant. The rooftop bar/patio overlooks Denver. " "Linger, which sits in the refabbed Olinger parking garage—a jam-packed, multilevel space with a b... más información
Used to be Olingers Mortuary Building and the decor utilizes some of the original architecture. Super cool atmosphere! Is Although they advertise a small kids menu, I would keep this place at the t... más información
Recomendado por 351 anfitriones de la zona
Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre offers a variety of recreation options for everyone – from drive-through sightseers, family picnickers, nature lovers, and outdoor exercise enthusiasts. Around you a... más información
Red Rocks Amphitheatre is located in Red Rocks Park near Morrison, Colorado, 15 miles west of Denver. From Downtown, take I-70 west to exit 259, turn left at the bottom of the Morrison exit ramp, c... más información
Recomendado por 157 anfitriones de la zona
Their brunch is the best. The fried chicken with goat cheese biscuits is our favorite. Bottomless blood orange mimosa's are always a good idea! The restaurant is very farm to table with a multi... más información
This has been a staple in the neighborhood for years, and is always a lively scene. The bartenders are renowned in Denver and the menu is consistently great, and wide ranging from Lamb sliders to b... más información
One of my all-time-favorite restaurants in Denver. All organic food. Farm-to-table. Gluten-free and vegan menus available. The building used to be a car garage. You can see the hoses on the ceiling.
Recomendado por 152 anfitriones de la zona
One of the coolest places to hang out. It is built in the shape of a giant milk can. They always have new flavors of ice cream. Aside from the family-friendly Hirshorn Park across the street, thi... más información
This is our favorite ice cream hang out. It's a nice place to relax and sit at the picnic tables outside and enjoy a good ice cream treat. Homemade ice cream. You can't miss it, the small buildi... más información
Identifiable by the 28-foot tall milk can, this Denver classic rotates a great mix of classic ice cream flavors, as well as few you wouldn't expect, like salted Oreo. They even have vegan ice cream.
Recomendado por 142 anfitriones de la zona
Top 50 bar in the U.S. This speakeasy is sure to impress with hand crafted cocktails and a prohibition era theme. You enter the bar through what looks like a bookstore to an underground cocktail ... más información
Famous local speakeasy voted the best cocktail bar in the nation by Tails magazine in 2015. Unassuming secret entrance on the corner--looks like a tiny bookstore. It opens up into a gorgeous old sc... más información
Recomendado por 136 anfitriones de la zona
This is a new concept. It's been described as a modern, fancier food hall or food court. There are two levels, the top overlooking downtown Denver and the mountains. The cool this about this spot... más información
This place packs seven restaurant concepts from seven different chefs into shipping-container kitchens on two floors with two bars, outdoor rooftop deck, and striking views of downtown.
Recomendado por 126 anfitriones de la zona
Part of the 17th Avenue Restaurant Row in Uptown, Steuben's offers gourmet comfort food in a fun retro environment! Open late.
Talk about comfort food... this place has it down better than any other in Denver. Fun "old school diner" atmosphere combined with excellent food & a wonderful drink selection to go with your meal.
Comfort food and drinks in a converted garage. The owners are experienced Denver restauranteurs and know their business! Approx. 5 block walk from the house. They also offer curbside take-out.
Recomendado por 112 anfitriones de la zona
City O City is a vegetarian restaurant with lots of vegan options. They also bake their own pastries, have a coffee bar, and a full bar. It's good for a meal, a breakfast, a coffee, happy hour, o... más información
Vegan/vegetarian friendly fare. Delicious salads! Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Upstairs at the Deer Pile they have comedy shows and music on the weekends.
Funky vegetarian restaurant with gluten free, dairy free options. Great waffles and chai.
Recomendado por 107 anfitriones de la zona
Snooze is known for their unique take on breakfast staples. The lines are typically long but efficiently managed; enjoy free coffee and juice while you wait. Must Try: Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes.
Be prepared for a line - any day of the week, almost anytime. The sweet potatoe pancake is worth the wait - trust me. They have free coffee while you wait, and sidewalk chalk.
Awesome pancakes and eggs Benedict. Can have some crazy wait times if you don't get there early. If you don't feel like waiting for breakfast try Syrup, Deluctible Egg, or Sam's No 3.
Recomendado por 103 anfitriones de la zona
Hipster place with great coffee. This is the RiNo district, close to downtown and full of trendy bars and restaurants, as well as cool street murals. Definitely a fun part of town. Most of the bar... más información
Coolest looking coffee shop in Denver for sure AND great coffee/espresso, great simple food items - brûléed grapefruit, quiche, and bahn mi - art and design everywhere for the eyeballs.
A chill hipster vibe fills this all-day haunt run by coffee mavens, who also offer eclectic noshes.
Recomendado por 106 anfitriones de la zona
*eating, drinking, bowling, games, and a social atmosphere From award winning restaurateur, Robert Thompson, comes a new concept that focuses on food and beverage first and foremost, with a compl... más información
Bowling, ping pong, arcade games, shuffle board, pool tables, food, and drinks. You can order a large punch bowl of something boozy to share. Try to check out the upstairs, it's hard to find. Way ... más información
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A Denver staple! Vine Street is a brewery with great food, not just pub food by any means. Its walking distance from the house, not SUPER close but doable, about a mile. They make great beers and h... más información
Vine Street is close to our house and one of our favorites. The atmosphere is casual and fun and the burgers are scrumptious. You'll find a plethora of games in the corner for your amusement and m... más información
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The Denver Art Museum — DAM is an art museum located in the Civic Center of Denver, Colorado. The museum is one of the largest art museums between the West Coast and Chicago. It is known for its co... más información
Noted as one of the most culturally significant and original art venues in the country, the DAM (as we call it) is not to be missed. Located in downtown Denver, this striking dual building will tak... más información
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The Colorado Convention Center is a multi-purpose convention center located in Downtown Denver. The center opened in June 1990; the first event being the NBA Draft for the Denver Nuggets.
Several guests in town to attend a convention stay at the Square. It is a 15-20 minute walk to the convention center through Civic Center Park.
Various national-level shows, conventions, and conferences happen weekly at the convention center. Huge parking lot for all of your downtown Denver's activities.
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Really cute and relaxing botanic park. Great place to visit anytime of the year. Spring: I recommend relaxing among the blooming lilacs! Summer: The entire place is blooming and magical ;-) Fall: T... más información
Located in the Cheesman Park neighborhood, the Botanic Gardens is one of the top-ranked botanical gardens in the U.S., with many thousands of plants from around the world.
The Denver Botanic Gardens have an extensive collection of plants from around the world and feature a multitude of different displays. Nice cafe options, as well, and a beautiful gift shop.
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If you've been to Portland, you may have been to the original Voodoo Doughnut. Denver is one of the few locations outside Oregon. Everyone should try it at least once. Satisfy your sweet tooth with... más información
Voodoo Doughnuts (1520 E. Colfax Ave.) is an extremely popular and bizarre doughnut shop. Expect a line. I recommend the bacon doughnut.
World Famous Voodoo doughnuts is located only 3 miles from our house. I personally recommend the maple bacon doughnuts but they have many options to choose from!
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The Ogden Theatre is a music venue and former movie theater in Denver, Colorado, United States. Located at 935 E. Colfax Avenue in the neighborhood of Capitol Hill, it was built in 1917 and has a ... más información
The Ogden is just about the right size to catch a show with good space and visibility. It is definitely bigger than the intimate Bluebird Theatre, but not poorly situated inside like the nearby Fil... más información
Great place for live concerts. Some of the smaller, lesser known bands play here. In the heart of the Colfax area, great for people watching and late night entertainment.
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At The Populist we firmly believe that dining is a communal act. Owners Jonathan Power, Noah Price, and Cliff White strive to emphasize this philosophy at every turn. From the numerous community ta... más información
A little on the fancy side, but still a pretty laid back environment. Expensive, small plates, the food is delicious! Great for a special date or romantic dinner. This is the RiNo district, close ... más información
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It's got a little of everything. From their website: The Source - (sôrs, srs) , n -an artisan food market that occupies a former 1880‘s brick foundry building in Denver’s River North District. - a ... más información
An artisan food market that occupies a former 1880's brick foundry building in Denvers RHINO district. A collection of food artisans and retailers offer everything from fresh bread, craft cocktai... más información
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Work & Class is a casual restaurant and bar with the concept of a square meal, a stiff drink, and a fair price. The menu includes roasted, braised, and rotisserie meats, specialty sides, and fres... más información
A top Denver restaurant. The restaurant is built out of shipping containers in Denvers main arts district, RiNo. Great ala cart options and cocktails.
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Amazing breakfast and lunch. Expect a wait pretty much every day. Usually around 30-40 minutes. Great tip is to order fresh donut holes while you wait. You can also get coffee, mimosa, or bloodies
Best brunch in town. Be prepared for an hour wait- it's worth it. Don't pass up the homemade biscuits and gourmet donut holes. The Boulder Scramble is my favorite thing on the menu. 12 min drive.
Great brunch! Wait times can get long on the weekends though! Put your name in and check out the book store and record store next door.
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Vegan restaurant-love it. Many GF options as well. I'm addicted to the cauliflower wings. Baked goods are fab, bar..great people watching too(hipster alert)!
Seems like this place is world famous in the vegetarian community. Recently went vegan and it seems more affordable, too. Great food, all day long.
All Vegan, Vegitarian and probably some other twist of non-meat eating dining. Look I eat a steak now and then but if I would go vegan/veggie this would be the spot.
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Considered to be one of the more progressive zoos in the country, the Denver Zoo's breeding programs have created a baby boom across the last decade, producing large numbers of infants, who are now... más información
The Denver Zoo started the shift toward keeping endangered animals in normal habitats. I like this zoo because you don't feel guilty or sorry for the animals. Cool Lion and Elephant exhibit. The ne... más información
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Built in 1930, saved from demolition in the 80s, the Mayan is the heart of the neighborhood - take a step into the past, admire the beautiful Art Deco features , then grab a cocktail at the bar and... más información
There are 4 Lanmark theaters in Denver. They typically show the more art related movies. Mose have beer and wine available. Most are in older theaters. The Mayan is definitely an old theater wi... más información
Cool historic movie house, trends toward Indie films. Fully restored to it's original glory. Historic landmark.
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This is hands down the best sushi that I have ever had. They have fresh fish flown in every day. I have had sushi next to the ocean that hasn't been this good. They also make the best banana cream... más información
Best Sushi in Denver- Sushi Den is the most highly-regarded Sushi & Japanese restaurant in Denver. Fresh fish is flown in daily from Japan for an award-winning dining experience.
Not as close to the home base, but if you want fish hand-picked from the Tokyo fish markets and shipped in fresh - with a boggling group of people to stare at while eating - Sushi Den can't be beat.
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Tasty beer, dogs allowed, board games available, and outdoor seating - what more could you want? Parking can be annoying though. Make sure you pay if you park in the lot or you'll get a $75 ticket.
This brewery has great local brews! And they have a nice patio for warm summer days. I recommend trying the Graham Cracker Porter.
Huge patio + draft beers for days + rotating food trucks + Dog-friendly.... how can you go wrong?!
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The Bluebird Theater started hosting live music in 1994, and it didn't take long for the theater, built in 1913, to become one of the city's best midsized venues. With sculpted capitals, restored V... más información
The Bluebird Theater in Denver, Colorado was designed by Harry W.J. Edbrooke and built during 1913–1914 as Thompson Theater. It was renamed to Blue Bird Theater or Bluebird Theater in 1922. It is c... más información
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This classic Denver establishment is not to miss if you're looking for bars near the house. It's a tiny bar with eclectic decor. It's known for the infused vodkas made in house. Best for smaller gr... más información
Belly up to the bar at this small, narrow neighborhood place with rotating themed art. House-made infused vodka make for great martinis. Bridget recommends a dirty jalapeno martini.
Quaint pub atmosphere with a happening vibrant crowd. Just a great spot to meet up with friends and grab a couple drinks. Choose from the house "infused" drinks or the great beer & wine selection.
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Just about every time people come to town they want to go here. No purses or backpacks are allowed, but you can bring your camera or cell phone to take pictures. The tour is self guided using hea... más información
Bus tour of Golden, a self paced walking tour of the brewery, highlighting the malting, brewing and packaging processes, and free beer sampling in the Coors Brewery hospitality room.
3 free beers everyday. It's a great tour if you want to learn how Coors beer is made. There's a secret elevator for locals if you want to skip the tour and have 3 free beers (ask for the "short tour")
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If you like trendy Ramen restaurants, you'll love "Uncle." Modelled after Momofuko in NYC, Uncle is a small venue but worth the wait. Try the salt & pepper quail & a shrimp bun to start your meal.
Tasty Asian soups - Fancy Udon, Ramen and noodle bowls - along with tasty, refreshing Asian imported beers and appetizers. We frequent this place in the winter.
Walk over to Uncle for some delicious Ramen. Not in the Ramen mood? Try the Cold Sesame Noodles - we get this dish every time! Be warned- there is always a wait.