BEST IN DENVER
Looking to move to Denver? Great! as residents, we have gathered up our favorite spots for Food, Drinks, and Fun in Denver and the surrounding areas! Give it a look and feel free to reach out if you are curious about anything!
Sushi Den was born in 1984 when Toshi, who had been a chef in Tokyo and Los Angeles came to Denver to start the sushi restaurant. Their most innovative accomplishment is flying in fresh fish from one of Japan’s largest fish markets, from the city of Fukuoka on Kyushu Island, close to the Japanese hometown of Sushi Den’s founders on the southern tip of Japan. Sushi Den is a feast for the eyes as well as the palette, and is the gathering place of Denver’s cutting edge.
Denver Milk Market is an all-local, all-wonderful mix of take-away and dine-in restaurants and bars run by Colorado chef Frank Bonanno. Denver Milk Market, a 16-venue cornerstone of the historic Dairy Block, aims to draw in travelers, visitors, neighbors and fans to shop a little, drink a little, eat a little and celebrate a lot in the very heart of the Ballpark Neighborhood here in Denver.
Acorn – Denver
Acorn provides new American small plates & artisanal cocktails in an industrial-style space with graffitied walls. Acorn’s culinary and inspirational foundation is its oak-fired oven and grill, which produce a seasonal, ever-changing menu of craveable, family-style entrées. In addition, the cocktails are to die for! They have been recently featured in a number of national publications including Bon Appetit and Details magazine.
Union Lodge No. 1
Union Lodge is a slinky speakeasy serving 19th-century-inspired cocktails in glam, Prohibition-era environs. Union Lodge is kind of place where bartenders are “mixologists” and the decor hearkens back to a vintage Americana vibe. The extensive menu got you reeling? Order a Ramos Gin Fizz, marvel at its foamy head, and know that you’re enjoying the drink the way it was intended to be served.
The Tatarian is a contemporary cocktail bar focusing on the craft of modern cocktails centered around the use of unique herbs, roots, and spices. The Tatarian pays homage to the roots of the Berkeley neighborhood, symbolizing a thriving, healthy, and connected community. You will love the elegant, creative seasonal cocktails at this compact, contemporary bar & lounge.
This clandestine drinking spot is revived from the ruins of the former Cherry Creek Post Office. Born of the glory and prosperity of the decades following WWII in America, and America’s greatest generation,
B&GC is a celebration of the type of cocktailing and revelry often reserved for the elite, wealthy and powerful. B&GC inspires a time and place thought to be lost to the ages. Each sip is an experience, and each tipple filled with the titillating promise of exhilaration. Good luck finding this hidden speak easy in the heart of Cherry Creek!
Denver Union Station is the main railway station and central transportation hub in Denver, CO. It is located in the present-day LoDo district and includes the historic terminal building, a train shed, a 22-gate underground bus facility, and light rail station. In 2012, the station underwent a major renovation transforming it into the centerpiece of a new transit-oriented mixed-use development built on the site’s former rail yards. The station house now includes a combination of the 112-room Crawford Hotel, several restaurants and retailers, and a train hall.
Coors Field is a baseball park located in downtown Denver, Colorado. It is the home field of the Colorado Rockies, the city’s Major League Baseball franchise. It is named for the Coors Brewing Company of Golden, Colorado, which purchased the naming rights to the park prior to its completion in 1995.
Red Rocks Ampitheatre
Designated a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service and Department of the Interior, the amphitheater is a top destination for Colorado residents and tourists from around the world. It is one of the world’s most unique concert venues and also includes exercise classes, hiking trails, and a history museum. It’s an easy 15-mile drive from Denver!