House of Commons boasts itself as one of the best authentic British tea-rooms in Denver. While the authenticity claim might be a bit exaggerated, it is still one of the best cafes located on trendy Platte Street in Lo-Do near Union Station. The House of Commons is a cozy tea-room with comforting, delicate decor and a peaceful, friendly atmosphere. The menu features an extensive list of sandwiches, salads, teas and desserts. Their tea menu is far more extensive than other Denver tea-rooms. Upon request, catering is also available. The House of Commons is perfect for a leisurely lunch in downtown Denver. -Sabrina Zirakzadeh
2701 Larimer Street Denver, CO 80205 +1 303 293 0251
Denver's Five Points neighborhood is host to many great live music venues including the ever popular Meadowlark. It has bundles of charm, from the slightly small interior and rustic bar, to the open patio, with big stage and pretty views of the city. Patrons will be entertained in all manner of ways, from the great variety of live music to the possibility of seeing fire-dancers. The bar is host to a legendary happy hour. During the summer you can enjoy cheap beer on the patio. The interior is also host to plenty of unique artwork, adding to the warm, eclectic feel of the place. Visit the website for details of upcoming events.
1575 Boulder Street Suite A Denver, CO 80211 +1 303 477 4600
Vita is not just a dining experience, its a fresh breath of air in the lower highlands. The menu mostly constitutes American meals with emphasis on content and presentation. The place also has a rooftop view of the city of Denver while you dine. Vita has live jazz on Fridays and Saturdays and there is also an outdoor/indoor bar one can pay regular visits to. Happy Hours extend seven days a week from 3p to 6.30p in the evening. The food is definitely inviting and the desserts include innovate creations such as Black Pepper and Pistachio Cheesecake.
1403 Larimer Street Denver, CO 80202 +1 303 623 4874
The underground nightclub at Larimer Square is an attempt by the owners Terry Martin and Michael Olsen to create an "atmospheric parlor". Exposed rocks and concrete give a very raw feeling to this club that has been woven with fabric and colors to give it an easy going appeal. Interesting are their rest rooms that play tracks from movies. A local favorite, the place tends to get crowded over the weekends.
1909 Blake Street Denver, CO 80202 +1 303 383 1909
While most places can only promise to offer their patrons an amazing clubbing experience, Beta knows how to deliver it too. This place features some big names in the DJ world spinning tracks that never fail to get the audience on their feet, dancing the night away. So if you are looking for a club that offers the heady combination of good music, delicious drinks, flashing lights, and a crowd that definitely knows how to party, then head straight for Beta.
1624 Market Street Denver, CO 80220 +1 303 534 1333
Pat's steakhouse is located in the city's Lodo area. Because of its signature Spicy Buffalo Chicken, this is the most sought after restaurant in town! Also try the Zesty Roast Pork Italian, or the the amazing Pat-Astrami, which are both mouthwatering-ly delicious. They roast their turkey on the premises, East Coast Style, and serve it with hot, over-fresh bread. Pat's central location draws tourists to stop in for a bite while visiting nearby attractions like the Denver Art Museum and Colorado Railroad Museum.
1620 Market Street Denver, CO 80202 +1 303 595 9500
With four locations in Denver, you'll never be very far from a Sonada's Sushi, should the craving erupt. Obviously, the fact that there are four of them says something about Sonada's popularity. From the very extensive sushi bar to the creations of the master sushi chefs, Sonada's is classic Japanese all the way. Hot seafood and vegetarian items are also offered, and regulars at Sonata's Sushi appreciate the Happy Hour specials-discounts on meals and 2 for 1 specials on wine, saki and beer. Go and enjoy some food in the raw-the seafood, that is.
1433 Larimer Square Denver, CO 80202 +1 303 893 0044
That is the question. Some think of champagne as wimpy wine and get no kick from it. That will change, however, after a visit to Corridor 44, a unique place where the food, although it's great, plays second fiddle to the bubbly beverage, and the atmosphere comes in at a close third: crystal chandeliers, white leather seating, oversized chairs, and a long bar for champagne aficionados and samplers. With dozens of champagne choices, 50 offerings of wine, as well as beer and the hard stuff, you'll find the perfect nose-tickling accompaniment to a delectable "
"small plate meal.
1612 Wazee Street Jet Hotel Denver, CO 80202 +1 303 572 3300
One of the jewels of the Jet Hotel in the happening LoDo district of Denver, this lounge is the place to relax if you have enough stress and dough to burn! Stroll into the renovated hotel's lobby and take in the subtle colors, plush furniture and chic accessories. Signature cocktails are available by the dozen, while live music puts some spark into the joint on weekends. This is truly the place to be if you are part of the city's social scene, given the eclectic mix of people that hang out here!
1424 Market Street Denver, CO 80202 +1 303 825 6968
Mingle with the 20-somethings at Mynt Mojito Lounge and forget your age for a bit. A good after-work joint, this is the place to unwind over a couple of drinks with buddies. This place allows you to shake off that stress, and as your inhibitions ease up, shake a leg too! Foot-tapping music pulsates around the place, and smoked salmon with crackers, crisp panini stuffed with juicy meats and grilled veggie bites are on offer when it's time to refuel. The drink of choice would be the house specialty Mojitos: a big glass of rum garnished with fresh mint leaves and a sugar cane stick. Girls' nights out are a regular feature here-guys grumbling about their female bosses had better watch out!
This theatre is located in West Denver. It has been
in operation since December 1927, featuring Asian designs within its interiors. It is best known for screening classical films and hosting film festivals. Exhibitions are held at the gallery ...
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is an exhilarating
mix of broadway shows, professional theater, backstage tours, acting instruction and breathtaking facilities. The Tony Award winning Denver Center Theatre Company offers classics, revivals and world premieres while Denver ...
With granite and marble tiled walls and floors, extra wide
concourses and in seat, computerized food ordering, this new state of the art indoor venue brings Denver to the forefront of high tech and luxurious entertainment space. Located downtown, ...