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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Dayneface, Apr 20, 2015.
Laid back/dive bar that might have live music?
Lol is this shit true?
Never had an issue with the sound in the back. Is there a new sound ordinance?
Local 46 has been having music on the weekends all June. I assume it may continue in July. Definitely a laid back dive
They lower it every year it feels like
Haven’t bought tickets for any show there yet. Way too many jam bands and EDM on the calendar this season. I know they generally make up most of the concerts, but it is a little much this year
Not sure, just popped up in my feed. Going to a concert in August and coincidentally we're on row 40.
Well, report back.
When I told her about the concert, my fiancé didn’t want to go to the Wu Tang show because it was the day before her bday. Understood, she should do what she wants for her birthday.
fast forward a month later and she wants to go
to the show and all the tickets are sold out. Cool!
Went to Urban Putt for the first time on Saturday. Cool spot that would be a good date idea.
Has Avery put out a bad beer? I say no.
I didn't realize you lived here.
I like Avery. I had DBC's seltzers tonight and boi are they good
Not yet but splitting a lot of time between here and Birmingham. Probably will be permanent (at least somewhere in CO) in a year or two.
Nice. Let us know. We can grab beers
I’m trying to find a peach beer my wife was telling me about. A few liquor stores around me haven’t heard of it.
Have you tried Hugo’s? The guy that works there loves his job. Pretty knowledgeable.
i hadn't heard of it. but i'll go find it today
That's my shop. Well, I still own it but I'm selling it to the guy that's there all the time, Tobin.
Peach Street Rambler by Odell or Peach Pale Ale by Lone Tree maybe?
It was Avery
I think we’re heading to Hugo’s today to check it out.
Any good turf/grass dog parks around Denver?
Only ones I’m seeing are dirt/mulch and that’s not ideal with a white coat
Cherry Creek State Park is “grass” with dirt trails, but it’s Colorado wild grass, so it’s still pretty brown throughout.
Thank God the maid said something and these idiots were dumb enough to tell on themselves
Taking the kids to Coors today for the celebrity softball game. Wife is bugging out about this already
Sculpture Park is a cool spot to see a show.
Already been to 4 shows since I got back a week ago and have another ~4 over the next 7 days. Here goes nothing.
What sports betting app does everyone prefer on here? Forgot they legalized it in Colorado and figured I might as well join the fun.
Draftkings. I can email you a referral and we both get free bets, if you want.
I’ll DM you my email
I started with draft Kings but definitely prefer fan duel
They are all fine. Bet mgm and points bet are fine. Just try them all and get those sweet sign up promos for football season
I'll be visiting your fine city for the first time July 30th weekend. Girlfriend got us Jason Isbell tickets for that Sunday night at Red Rocks and we've yet to plan anything else other than flights in Thursday night and out on Monday.
Any/all recommendations would be greatly appreciated. What area to stay (most likely doing an airbnb), restaurants, things to do. Typically eat/drink our way through a city when we visit. We aren't huge beer drinkers, but will definitely be hitting some breweries. My tentative thoughts are to do something outdoors oriented that Friday, then Saturday/Sunday to more Denver specific. Want to do at least one nice dinner which we do have a reservation at Guard and Grace currently and Room for Milly beforehand for drinks, but aren't necessarily married to those things. Girlfriend also wants to go to Happy Camper for lunch one of the days. Any go to brunch spots?
We enjoy outdoors things, but aren't really outdoorsy type if that makes sense. So for that Friday we're looking into some approachable hiking with good views or potentially driving further outside the city for something. Garden of the Gods and Glenwood hot springs have been mentioned by the girlfriend, but I honestly haven't dove into that too much.
The universal in the Highlands is my favorite breakfast/brunch spot
Lots of good spots for breakfast in the highlands (javiers, rise and shine, sunny’s, tons of breakfast burrito options), but universal is damn good
What’s your favorite bfast burrito in the highlands? I still haven’t given up on Santiago’s because it’s only $3
Burrito giant, La Familia, chaludas. Used to eat Lil chickees a lot. I think it closed. I’ve heard tamales by la casita has good and cheap breakfast burritos
Walked to La Familia this morning and those assholes weren’t open. Ended up at the bakery next door.
Will echo this. Do the Universal for brunch. Its outstanding.
Walked by yesterday and they were open. Just call it in next time. They are good people
First show back at Red Rocks since 2018 I think. Just incredible as always.
Seeing Tedeschi Trucks on Friday 7/30 and Isbell on Sunday 8/1. Might be drunk for that entire weekend.
Saw The Revivalists there last month. Agree just great to have that venue back and going
There are a lot of FSU fans in Denver it seems
nothing like the husker contingent
Lol that's good