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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Dayneface, Apr 20, 2015.
So many good venues around town I am dying to try
Just got back from Levitt Pavilion. Really cool place for a concert.
What tickets did you get for February Corch?
So far I’ve got Goose, Billy Strings and MMJ upcoming at Mission
The War on Drugs
Thinking of seeing Still Woozy at mission. Want to try my tickets straight from the box office
That looks awesome. Good luck getting tix, the re-sale will be through the roof.
I got the 29th because I plan on going to Phish NYE
How to find reliable AQI measurements?
Says it's terrible there, other sites say it's fine
Want to head up and take Dierks swimming, I assume it will be packed?
your dog will be fine - just go
Or just go to Cherry Creek
Getting some pizza alley tonight
Thoughts on work and class / super mega bien? Thinking of taking the fiancé there (either place) for her bday
I’ll be at the Goose show at Mission. Just saw them in Sculpture Park few weeks back
Went both nights and then Dwellers late night at Cervantes. So good.
Both look pretty damn good
I’ll have to try Pizza Alley. I get Pizzeria Locale all the time and guess I’ve never noticed that across the street.
I wanted to go to Cervantes after but didn’t work out. Heard it was awesome
I think Basil Doc's or Pie Society are my favorite pizza places in Denver.
Ian's is great too it's just not terribly convenient.
a big pizza alley pizza and their fried wings are amazing on a CFB saturday.
Ian's is good if drunk and near that area of town. I rotate the Well, Sexy Pizza, and Pizza Alley in LoHi. Some great pizza all over town. often can't go wrong
I had Basil Docs on Saturday and it was fine, but not sure I’ll get it again anytime soon.
Ian’s is good. Pizza Alley is next on the list now.
Best burritos in town. Secret will get out eventually for those willing to head down to colfax
The single best sandwich in the world can be had at El Trompito Taqueria on 70th next to Pecos. Get their namesake, the trompitorta, and report back. As is the case with all top-level sandwiches, the trompitorta comes with multiple versions of pig.
will try, for science
I also highly recommend Kiké's Red Tacos in the highlands
Can anyone vouch for bro's tastebuds?
I have impeccable taste. And Kikés is amazing.
Much nicer here
Jumping on this train and recommending La Filette's cuban sandwich. French bakery near Colorado and 8th.
Been there once but didn’t get the Cuban. Thanks for the rec
Love that park. I’ll take a camp chair, cooler of beer, and Bluetooth speaker and just soak in the rays and watch people play volleyball. Quite fun
I wish I lived closer to Washington Park rather than Sloan's.
I assume Smith's Ditch is fine for dogs to wade in. Moving spring water?, sandy bottom filter, not terribly warm, asked other owners there and they said they've never heard of or had problems with their dogs in the water, and I found this: Some parents worry about water quality in the ditch, particularly because the city switched to using recycled wastewater in 2004. But that water is purified to a high standard, according to Ty Schmittel, a facility manager with Denver Water. First treated at the utility’s York Street plant, the recycled water is further purified at the `Dechlor Plant’ to one notch below drinking water.
Does anyone know otherwise?
Just grabbed tickets to Wu Tang with the Colorado Symphony for tomorrow
I got them off cash or trade which is a face value only ticket exchange
We had this news weeks ago good sir
It wasn’t 12:00 PM 8/13/21 weeks ago IMO
I still haven't been
Wasn't hard to fall in love with this city
The absolute worst food - without exception, no exaggeration whatsoever - I’ve ever paid for in my entire life, but my kids couldn’t get enough of the “cliff diving” and arcade, so I guess it was a fair enough deal. Glad it’ll survive in some form, I suppose.
Glad you're here.
There's so much for you to explore.
Appreciate it. So far it's been Washington Park, Sloan's Lake, some walking around here and there, went for a long drive to Estes
Friends are the second priority after acclimating Dierks so I can do everything else
Don’t miss out on Cheesman Park either imo.
I went to Tap Fourteen for happy hour and there's a lot of new restaurants between downtown and the highlands on the north side.
Pizza Alley was so-so
It is football pizza, so that’s probably the proper review, although some nights are better than others.
Speaking of pizza, i did some hops and pie and local 46 last night. fun.
Kinda coming in at the tail end of hiking season, but that just gives you something to look forward to heading into next May. Glad you are enjoying it.
Maybe take the pup to Highland farmers market and grab some palisade peaches tomorrow
Decided to do this. Will probably try to go first thing when they open next time because it was hot+packed just now.
Just went back and reread a few pages because I can’t remember if I asked if anyone has a butcher shop they recommend.
But was just thinking about how many people ask for recommendations and then I always wonder where they ended up/what they thought.
Also cherry creek dog area on a weekday with limited crowds is amazing
We took all our fosters there. It’s great.
bonnie brae ice cream is goooood
Marczyk’s is my go to for anything I put on the smoker. Couple locations to choose from.