Denver is lucky enough to boast a few different fireworks shows during the holiday weekend. The two main shows are happening right in downtown Denver. Friday, July 3rd is the official Fourth of July observance day this year, and Civic Center Park will be holding its annual fireworks and light show just after night fall. There will also be fireworks above Elitch Gardens the night of July 4th that will be visible from much of downtown. Check out this list of terrific, downtown Denver restaurants with not only a great view of the pyrotechnics, but with amazing food and drink to go along with it.
Do you love food? Are you always looking for something new to try? If you answered yes to the previous questions it is about time you make plans to experience the many cuisine options in the Denver area.
Don’t stress over parking in downtown Denver. Park once at Pepsi Center and then walk to one of these wonderful nearby restaurants for your meal before the show or game.
Kick off your night at one of these restaurants and find your new favorite drink.
A restaurant that serves oysters and other seafood is opening on Wednesday in Denver’s Union Station.
Sangria, the Spanish version of wine punch, is summer’s favorite excuse to sit outside and enjoy the warm weather. Enjoy a glass at one of these Denver spots.
A Denver chef and a Boulder restaurant are among winners of awards from the James Beard Foundation this year.
One of the glues that bonds us together during any holiday is a meal. With Easter Sunday right around the corner, why not give yourself a leave of absence from the kitchen this year? Get out and try one of Denver’s top spots for breakfast and brunch.
If you are tired of the same old holiday dishes, Denver chefs offered these tips and recipes to help your holiday meal shine.
Denver is home to some amazing Mediterranean cuisine. Are you looking for a new place to try? Look no further than these great restaurants.