Locations in Denver: Best Of

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  • A & B Bowling Supply Co.

    7885 W. 16th Ave., Lakewood West Denver Suburbs

    303-238-1343

    1 article
  • 1770 Sherman Street Event Complex

    1770 Sherman St. Central Denver

    303-778-0916

    12 articles
  • 1STBANK Center

    11450 Broomfield Lane, Broomfield Northwest Denver Suburbs

    303-410-0700

    Connoisseurs of live music will tell you that something is lost when an artist becomes popular enough to perform in an arena. While this may be true at some places, it's certainly not the case at Broomfield's 1STBANK Center, where the sound is pretty well dialed in virtually anywhere you sit. The venue, which sits halfway between Denver and Boulder, has hosted a variety of acts, from Radiohead and Portishead to Kelly Clarkson and the Black Keys. Shows of this caliber feel far more intimate here than you'd expect.
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  • 24-Hour Fitness Super Sport

    15900 E. Briarwood Circle Aurora

    303-209-8545

    1 article
  • 240 Union Restaurant

    240 Union Blvd., Lakewood West Denver Suburbs

    303-989-3562

    Longevity is an important word in any restaurateur's lexicon. Every house wants to see its ten-year anniversary in the rearview; most never get there. But 240 Union -- the New American outpost founded in 1989 by Michael Coughlin, Noel Cunningham and chef Matt Franklin -- is still going strong, because this restaurant has never just settled. Food this good doesn't come from coasting; it results when the crew comes to the grills fresh every night, stepping up to each shift as though it were the first one.
    9 articles
  • 303 Boards

    1338 E. Colfax Ave. Central Denver

    303-860-1303

    3 articles
  • 5 Green Boxes Big Store

    1570 S. Pearl St. South Denver

    303-282-5481

    3 articles
  • 5 Green Boxes

    1596 S. Pearl St. South Denver

    303-777-2331

    5 articles
  • AAA Creative Sewing Center

    8601 W. Cross Dr., Littleton Southwest Denver Suburbs

    303-979-2334

    1 article
  • Ackerman & Sons

    2400 W. Belleview Ave., Littleton Southwest Denver Suburbs

    303-798-3220

    1 article
  • Action Recycling

    7610 W. 42nd Ave., Wheat Ridge North Denver Suburbs

    303-424-1600

    1 article
  • Ameristar Casino

    111 Richman St., Black Hawk Mountains

    720-946-4000

    1 article
  • Animal Rescue and Adoption Society

    2390 S. Delaware St. Southwest Denver

    303-744-6076

    1 article
  • Anna Be Bridal Boutique

    3215 Zuni St. Northwest Denver

    720-855-1111

    1 article
  • Aqua Golf

    501 W. Florida Ave. Southwest Denver

    720-865-0800

    Think golf is all wet? Head to Aqua Golf, a Denver destination that combines whimsical putt-putt with serious driving range, and appeals to all skill levels. It boasts two side-by-side eighteen-hole mini-golf courses, as well as a driving range that allows you to whack balls into a lake. And instead of aiming for the mouth of a clown, like at so many other mini golf venues, Aqua Golf’s courses feature miniature sand traps and water hazards to keep you on your toes.
    6 articles
  • Arapahoe Basin Ski Area

    28194 US Highway 6, Dillon Mountains

    888-272-7246

    Many consider Arapahoe Basin, endearingly known as A-Basin, to be one of the most underrated ski areas in the state. It certainly has the longest season -- usually from mid-October to early June – because the north-facing slopes get less sun and the snow sticks around. A-Basin is a sibling of Breckenridge and Keystone, and while it may not have their amount of acreage, it has plenty of steep glades, bump runs and and out-of-bounds skiing. It also has the best parking-lot parties of any mountain in the state.
    26 articles
  • Arco Iris Designs

    510 Santa Fe Dr. Central Denver

    303-765-5116

    1 article
  • Art District on Santa Fe

    500-1200 blocks of Santa Fe Dr. Central Denver

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  • Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities

    6901 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada Northwest Denver Suburbs

    720-898-7200

    The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, eight miles northwest of Denver, is a multi-purpose facility that includes a museum, dance and theater rehearsal rooms, an amphitheater,and three other theaters. Throughout the year, it offers classes and workshops for all ages. Concerts, musicals and art exhibitions are also presented year-round.
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  • Arvada Tavern

    5707 Olde Wadsworth Blvd. Arvada

    303-690-6269

    The Arvada Tavern opened in 1933, not too long after the repeal of Prohibition, and was issued the first liquor license in Arvada. A dive for decades, the tavern received a facelift in 2013 under new ownership while still holding on to the building’s vintage charm. More upscale now, the Arvada Tavern serves a variety of vintage cocktails and Colorado beers, and the menu runs from comforting pierogi and schnitzel to island-themed fare served up on Tiki Tuesdays. Upstairs (through a phone booth with a false back wall) in the Bernard Ballroom, there’s live music every Friday and Saturday night.
    6 articles
  • Aspen Grove

    7301 S. Santa Fe Dr., Littleton Southwest Denver Suburbs

    303-794-0640

    14 articles
  • Aspen/Snowmass

    Colorado Highway 82, Aspen Mountains

    800-525-6200

    11 articles
  • Athena's Closet

    5305 E. Colfax Ave. East Denver

    303-997-4336

    1 article
  • Aurora Cinema Grill - Colorado

    13682 E. Alameda Ave. Aurora

    303-344-3456

    Located on East Alameda Avenue right off of I-225, the Cinema Grill offers full-service in-theater dining, with a menu that includes appetizers, entrees and desserts as well as beer, wine and cocktails. It screens first-run feature films in both regular-format and 3-D.
    4 articles
  • Aurora Fox Arts Center

    9900 E. Colfax Ave. Aurora

    303-739-1970

    The Aurora Fox Arts Center is home to the Aurora Fox Studio Theatre and the Aurora Fox Children’s Theatre, and has been a real draw on East Colfax Avenue for close to three decades. It offers productions year-round in the 245-seat theater, as well as exhibits and other activities in the rest of the space.
    91 articles
  • Avenue Theater

    417 E. 17th Ave. Central Denver

    303-321-5925

    Denver’s Avenue Theatre on the edge of downtown has been pleasing audiences for over twenty years. The comfortable, intimate theater offers shows year-round, ranging from musicals to spoofs to serious drama.
    48 articles
  • The Bar Car

    819 Colorado Blvd. Central Denver

    720-524-8099

    When Leigh Jones — of Horseshoe Lounge fame — bought the Recovery Room a decade ago, she overhauled it completely. The resulting Bar Car looks a little nondescript, but the rustic interior, with its old-timey railroad theme, is a pleasant surprise. Also pleasantly surprising, given Colorado Boulevard’s penchant for chains, is that the Bar Car is defiantly neighborhood-focused, offering a list of draft beers that’s heavy on locals. Patrons are local, too, whether they’re stopping by for the daily happy hour or the not-so-secret secret food menu, checking sports scores or just soaking up the warm surroundings late at night.
    20 articles
  • Bar Standard

    1037 Broadway Central Denver

    720-416-6209

    Once the home of Serengeti and Shelter, Bar Standard is an Art Deco-themed, modern-day speakeasy. While the name and look may have changed, the club, housed in the former Jonas Bros. Furs building, still brings in some of the area's best DJs -- who spin house and dance music -- as well as more high-profile national DJs. In addition, Bar Standard occasionally brings in live acts like the Cool Kids to perform on a decent-sized stage. The main area of the upscale club fills up quickly on the weekends, but there are two patios, both of which offer decent views of Denver's skyline, to escape the masses.
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  • The Bardo Coffee House

    238 S. Broadway South Denver

    303-629-8331

    Chris Graves decided to open a coffee shop after 25 years of hanging out in them, all the while taking stock of various details and inconveniences that he would change at his own place. "There were just little things about them that bothered me," he explains. "Like, why is the CD player skipping, why is it so cold or so hot, why is the coffee bad, why are the baked goods dry? All these little things just drove me nuts." And from the moment he opened Bardo CoffeeHouse in April 2010, he's paid attention to all the details – opening early and staying open late, and serving Kaladi Brothers coffee and baked goods provided by Burrito Kitchens and City Bakery along with more substantial fare. He also clearly spent time researching proper coffee-shop ambience, because Bardo has everything: booths, couches, meeting tables, two-tops, window seats, movable tables, multiple rooms, even a patio. The lighting isn't intrusive, the artwork is minimal and tasteful, and Otis Redding can be heard through the speakers (without skipping) at all hours of the day and well into the night.
    6 articles
  • Bass Pro Shops

    7970 Northfield Blvd. East Denver

    720-385-3600

    4 articles
  • Basta

    3601 Arapahoe Ave. Boulder

    303-997-8775

    Since it opened in 2010, Basta has evolved from a simple, wood-fired pizzeria to an evocative Italian kitchen favoring Colorado ingredients over imported products. The restaurant is tiny and hard to find, tucked away in a Boulder apartment complex, but chef/owner Kelly Whitaker’s reputation for honoring tradition while experimenting with new ideas has become a beacon for locals and visitors alike.

    Since restrictions and conditions are changing frequently, contact the restaurant for the latest on COVID-related accommodations and options.
    42 articles
  • Bastien's Restaurant

    3503 E. Colfax Ave. Central Denver

    303-322-0363

    There may not be another restaurant in Denver that’s used its history to such great advantage, keeping everything noteworthy from the past — from the mid-century aesthetic to the quality steaks that meet the expectations of modern diners. The family-run business dates back to the 1930s, but the current incarnation was constructed in 1958, in distinct Googie style from the roofline to the neon sign. Inside, dinner in the bird’s-nest loft feels intimate and old-school, and a sugar steak — served no more than medium-rare — gives a taste of Colfax Avenue’s swingin’, stylish earlier days.

    Since restrictions and conditions are changing frequently, contact the restaurant for the latest on COVID-related accommodations and options.
    21 articles