THINGS TO DO IN DENVER, COLORADO IN TWO DAYS
Denver is one of the coolest cities in the US. It’s a mile high, has a huge outdoor culture, a fanatical sports following, a growing craft brew scene and emerging foodie scene. There are many, many things to do in Denver, Colorado. It’s one if the fast growing areas for millennial migration in the US so the city is quite hip, edgy, and happening.
Stout Street Social
We LOVED this restaurant on 14th street across the road from the Convention Centre, mostly for the delicious roasted brussel sprouts and the gluten free beer. The receptionist at our hotel recommended this as the place to go and the sprouts as the dish of the century.
One morning, Craig and I were in fits of giggles at the gigantic coffee cups people were walking around fueling up with. America’s small is equivalent to an Australian large (and much cheaper!)
Snooze is the place for brunch. Someone from our community recommended we go there and we chose it as our last place to eat in Denver before we jumped on the train to fly home.
The Mercantile was another recommendation from Facebook. Delicious! We had the soup and salad – fresh, wholesome, and a decent price.
Fairy lights strung between the trees overhead and diners spilling over onto the street pavers, Larimer Square is a pretty place to be and although we didn’t get there at night, I think it would be a perfect spot to hang out.
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