Denver Just Wants to Have Fun

 

The city has something to do for each personality type. There’s hiking, walking, eating, music, recreational, shopping, and many other attractions to choose from! You and your friends will never grow weary or bored with the amount of fun Denver offers.

Famous Restaurant Options

1. Food Trucks – This may seem like a weird option to some, but Denver is full of food trucks! This means that no matter where you go, you’ll always have access to the occasional burrito or greasy burger.
2. Z-Cuisine – Fans of French food will fall in love with Z-Cuisine. It hosts scrumptious menu items and a relaxed vibe. Snails anyone?

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3. Table Six – With an ever-evolving menu, Table Six offers guests a customizable experience. Their chef is known for innovation and creativity. If you’re looking for a date-night, this is a romantic restaurant to venture to.
4. Alloy Modern Thai – This place has some of the city’s best tasting sushi. Alloy Modern Thai is a family business. They’re proud to bring farm-fresh ingredients straight to your table.

• – There are literally thousands of restaurants to choose from. There are many high-end places to dine in Larimer Square and Downtown Denver. They’re perfect for an evening stroll while deciding what you’re in the mood for. Be spontaneous!

Activities

1. Commons and Confluence Parks host a wide array of fun activities! They are located close to the Lo-Hi neighborhood. Nearby attractions include the Downtown Aquarium, Museum of Contemporary Art, and Elitch Gardens Amusement Park.

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2. Denver’s Music Scene is extremely diverse. It’s a great option whether you want a relaxing evening out, a wild night with friends, or simply enjoy great music. Some of the most entertaining places to enjoy music are the Bluebird, Gothic, Hi-Dive, Meadowlark, or Ophelia’s, Beta Vinyl, Jazzle, and Levitt Pavilion. Another more outdoorsy option would be Red Rocks. Red Rocks is stunning with amazing acoustics and artists.

3. Other attractions in Denver include the Botanical Gardens, Denver Zoo, Museum of Nature and Science, Dinosaur Ridge (great for the kids), and Chamberlin Observatory.

4. For the outdoor enthusiast, Denver has some wild mountain hikes to the peaks of Mount Evans and Mount Goliath. However, if you’re moving to Denver from sea-level, please take caution. Altitude sickness is very real.