If you’re looking for your daily jolt of caffeine, there’s always Starbucks—one on nearly every corner. But why not savor that hot cuppa joe at a locally owned coffee shop and help the community at the same time? The metro area has dozens of world-class coffee shops, each with their own specialties and personalities. Recently … [Read more...] about Get your caffeine fix from these highly recommended local coffee shops
Denverites love their dogs. They dress them. Dine with them. Even spare their precious paws by pedaling them around town. Consider the dog owner we recently spotted in Washington Park pulling three canines in a cart behind his bike—and one in the basket in front. The fact that this town has gone to the dogs isn’t lost on city … [Read more...] about Denver goes to the dogs: More off-leash parks planned
After putting in your time working 9 to 5, wouldn’t a dry martini on the rocks stir your weary soul? Denver has no shortage of cocktail bars where cool ambiance and a classic or craft drink can wash away your working man blues. Recently, 303 Magazine ranked some of their favorites, including: Tatarian, 4024 Tennyson St.: … [Read more...] about Work day got you down? Head to one of these swanky cocktail bars
After being closed more than two years for renovations, City Park Golf Course will soon be back in the swing of things. The golf course is poised to reopen sometime this spring “when the turf is fully established in order to protect the new turf from being damaged,” Nancy Kuhn, spokesperson for Denver Public Works (DPW), told … [Read more...] about Renovated City Park Golf Course tees up for spring opening
We all have restaurants we frequent with regularity. But let’s face it, sometimes routine becomes a rut. If you’re looking to break out of your old habits and find some new places to enjoy, Denver Restaurant Week was made for you. Denver Restaurant Week allows foodies to try out restaurants around the metro area they may have … [Read more...] about Feel like breaking out of your restaurant routine? Denver Restaurant Week is coming!
Long gone are the days when people would meet in the center of town to sniff produce, bargain over dry goods, and exchange niceties as well as choice gossip. The city is now fragmented, and restaurant and retail offerings are scattered throughout the metro area. But some are working to bring this style of community back, and … [Read more...] about Modern marketplaces find a home in the metro area
It wasn’t long ago that Denver was considered a cow town, with little to offer in the way of an arts scene. Anyone looking for culture headed to the coasts. But those days are gone, and the cow town has turned into a cultural mecca. Just last year, for example, the Denver Art Museum was home to the largest Monet exhibit in the … [Read more...] about Denver’s arts scene offers big moments in 2020
When the snow flies, it’s tempting to jump in the car and head for the hills. But before you go, it’s important to know the rules of the road. Last spring, the Colorado legislature updated a “Traction Law” already in place for vehicles driving sections of I-70 from September to May. Signed into law by Governor Jared Polis, the … [Read more...] about New rules take effect for driving in winter conditions