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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Dayneface, Apr 20, 2015.
Syrup near city park is good
Moe's Broadway Bagel is tight too
ya, it is good. I prefer Rosenberg's but would just go to whichever one is closer. I've heard of a great jewish deli south of town but haven't made it out there. Bagel Deli perhaps?
I just don't understand how people can eat Waffle Brothers.
Anyone ever go to Amore's pizza on 6th and Santa Fe?
It's a little hole in the wall but they have really good pizza by the slice and a killer lunch special
Bagel Deli is legit. I also enjoy the bagel sandwiches from Moe's. It's right at Speer and Grant. Rosenberg's is fantastic, and I also enjoy Santiago's, Little Anita's, or Chickees for breakfast burritos.
I'll probably hit up chickee's saturday. Haven't been eating out a ton since I've moved here, but probably gonna walk over to Well Pizza/Bar tonight. I have heard good things.
Chickees is OK. Best handheld breakfast burrito on the Northside is probably from Downpours Coffee on Tennyson. Best smothered breakfast burrito is from Javier's Diner.
The owners of the Well are super friendly and nice. The panini sandwiches there are pretty good for lunch.
I’ll have to check this out. Live nearish and in need of a good pizza place
Any food recommendations around the convention center? What are the best breweries close by? TIA
Euclid hall is delicious
I don't think there are any breweries that would be considered "good" around there. If you're willing to take a 5-10 minute Uber ride, you could head to RiNo (Ratio, Our Mutual Friend, Blackshirt) or the west/northwestern part of town (Little Machine, Seedstock, Hogshead Joyride). Denver Beer Co is another option not too far away. Also, if you like scotch, check out Pints Pub. They claim to have the largest selection of scotch outside of the UK and have a few of their own beers. The setting is a semi-cheesy English pub and you can get English food and burgers.
Cuba Cuba Cafe is great if you want Cuban food. A little bit of a walk from Convention Center but manageable.
Anyone for Sunday afternoon Boulder bar recommendations?
Had a nice little Denver Saturday. Denver bike tour, drinks at Denver Central Market, then walked over to Hop Alley around 530 for dinner (surprisingly the bar was wide open).
Hop Alley is so damn good and quite possibly my favorite restaurant in Denver. I don’t like soft shell crab but theirs is incredible. Girl I was with is a vegetarian and got the steamed eggplant, it was delicious.
How do you not like soft shell crab wee bey pls
Anyone know if there's a significant price difference between the rental car locations right next to the airport compared to the ones that are a mile or two away?
DIA is a shuttle from airport for all rental car facilities. All of them are 1-2 miles outside of the airport.
Can't answer your question, but I'll caution you not to use payless, even if that shit is free. WOAT car rental experience.
Couple years back I rented at the enterprise downtown and saved like $70 a day.
Yea it's really convenient, but it's still a pretty penny
That would be even easier/cheaper now with the light rail going to the airport.
It was in operation at the time, super easy.
Hey guys I’m flying into Denver this upcoming Saturday. Any quick tips or recommendations on food, breweries, things to see, places to go? I know I can sort through the thread I’m curious if anything has changed or any upcoming events I should look forward to.
I think I’m gonna move back in the next year
Visited last weekend and was blown away. Denver Biscuit Company and Sams#3 were great for breakfast. Denver Beer was our favorite brewery. Ate at Euclid Hall which was good. Went to Boulder for a day. People were awesome and Red Rocks was unbelievable. Rockies game was fun. Y’all live in a great city.
I think there's a pretty decent chance I'll be back in the next month or so.
If it works out, I'm never leaving again.
Did the same. It was like 350 bucks instead of a grand for a week
This post alone makes me more excited than I already am to get there.
I meant the post by Corch. Jesus I suck at posting.
I both really miss Denver and am really happy to not be there currently.
I do still own property and a business there so I reeeeeeeally hope Amazon HQ2 ends up there.
Right by my spot
So are you an artsy hipster or Latino?
I walk to work downtown (when in town) and wanted a yard plus easy access to the mountains.
Also arty hipster that just purchased a 15k printer to start making fine art prints for the local art communities I’m involved in.
Jealous of the proximity to Taco de Mexico. Definitely my favorite taco spot in Denver.
You still in Colorado?
Taco Veloz for pastor tho
No. Moved to the panhandle of Texas for family business shit.
Haven't been there. Looks legit though. Guess I know where I'm having lunch 1 day this week.
Yes, here to confirm Colorado is cool
all good. Tripped me out for a second. A buddy just moved home to Texas to run his family's propane business.
We have Snooze here as well. One of the most overrated breakfast spots in town. Sounds like the one there is the same.
Coming back to Denver 8/9-8/12. Girlfriend goes there once a quarter for work and meets with clients Monday-Thursday so I’m flying out to meet her Thursday afternoon and have a car/hotel already paid for Thursday and Friday. Going to be at Warwick then doing Grand Hyatt Saturday night.
She’s never been to Redrocks so gonna do one of the Pretty Lights shows Friday or Saturday. May do a Rockies game Thursday or Friday/Saturday. Anything else going on that weekend feel free to pass along. Still remember a lot of recommendations from last years trip ITT if anything is new in the last year that’s a must-try let me know. Very excited to be coming back to your city
Greta Van Fleet and Moon Taxi at the Fox in Boulder on 8/10. Pretty sure it sold out but I'll be there. Might be the show of the year considering how small the venue is and Greta already has back-to-back nights at the Fillmore in Denver 9/30 and 10/1, one of which I'll also be going to. The Fillmore is at least 5 times larger than the Fox, maybe more. So it's insane they'll be at such a small place as they are selling out world wide
Hell there is some great music that weekend. Rayland Baxter at the Bluebird on 8/9 (going). Brandi Carlile at Boulder Theatre on 8/11. I think Pimps of Joytime are playing at Ophelia's on 8/9 as well.
Well damn looks like I’ll be keeping up with those ticket prices. Not sure I’d pay $120ea that Ticketmaster and sites are asking after fees bc I’m seeing a Greta at ACL and have seen Moon Taxi a half dozen times.
oh man, pretty lights
Went to Taco Veloz yesterday for lunch. Very good al pastor and the salsa bar was solid*. Still think I'd take the al pastor tacos at Taco de Mexico but Veloz is definitely in the rotation now.
*I still don't understand why salsa bar and chips isn't a thing at taquerias in Denver.
electronic music at red rocks isn’t the same anymore. Fucking noise ordinances
Let’s get together for an OSU game