Downtown Denver

The historic downtown Denver metro area is a hub of activity during the busy festive season. As evening draws to a close, Colorado’s famous Denver Hotels comes to life with music and dance performances. Downtown Denver is about 5 miles away from the Berkeley neighborhood and is largely dominated by the 16th Street Mall, an urban pedestrian mall lined with shop, gift stores, street vendors and restaurants. In addition to the vibrant live entertainment areas, the historic Denver Performing Arts Complex offers concerts, plays and other theatrical events. Nearby, the famed landmark Brown Palace Hotel is a favored hangout for afternoon tea and is also a popular gathering spot for curious travelers.

The 16th Street Mall features numerous retail outlets, restaurants, and bars. On one end of the mall, at Broadway St. and Lincoln Street, there is the iconic Denver Art Museum; on the other end, at Cherry Creek, you can stroll through an art walkway that includes one of the city’s largest and most prominent contemporary art centers, the Denver Museum of Fine Arts. The stately Denver Country Club is on the north side of the mall, near the parking lot for the Denver Convention Center. The Denver Business Exchange, convention center’s main room, hosts an international business conference and exhibits, including some of the finest businesses in the world.

Just across the water from downtown Denver, you’ll find the historic district of Capitol Hill. This historic area, which was designed around an elevated public circular park, is lined with boutiques, restaurants, and specialty shops. It is the perfect place to shop for trendy clothing, ethnic foods, souvenirs, or beautiful home accessories. It is a convenient location for commuters to Denver’s light rail and other public transportation, as well as a convenient locale for those who frequent the Colorado capitol hill area.

South of the downtown Denver heart are two popular places to eat: The Denver Pavilions and the Denver Union Market. The former is an open air market featuring a variety of national and international cuisine and retail shops. The Denver Union Market is an indoor food court with outstanding food selections from around the world. It is host to annual cultural events, including the Jazz Festival and the Great Outdoor Adventure Festival. Both are within walking distance to the historic Colfax Park just south of downtown Denver.

Finally, if you are looking for a place to go after you have explored all the downtown areas. The historic Miracle Mile is the place for live music. Several popular recording artists have found their way to this historic mile-marker. The Denver Symphony also plays a monthly series of concerts at the Pepsi Theatre.

A few blocks north of downtown Denver are two popular night spots. The Larimer Square on the west side is an elegant spot for coffee and socializing. On the north side, you will find the often-visited Denver Art Museum. The landmark Denver Art Museum has been hosting popular visiting artists from around the world for over three decades. Although it was damaged during a fire in 1997, it is now restored and visitors are always welcome.

There are many points of interest in the Downtown neighborhood including:

Safta Restaurant

Safta Restaurant is located a 3330 Brighton Blvd #201, Denver, CO 80216. It is a very popular middle eastern restaurant and is very well known amongst the residents of Five Points. The restaurant features a pita bread that has been cooked over a wood burned fire and it is a stylish and welcoming place to visit.

Leaving Safta Restaurant head southwest on E Brighton Blvd toward 32nd St. Continue onto N Broadway and turn right onto Blake St. You will arrive at Coors Field at 2001 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205.

Leaving Coors Field head southwest on Blake St toward 20th St. Turn left onto 20th St and then turn left onto Market St. Turn right onto 22nd St and turn left onto Welton St. Make a slight right onto E 26th Ave and you will arrive at Rosenberg’s Bagels & Delicatessen (Five Points) at 725 E 26th Ave, Denver, CO 80205.

Leave Rosenberg’s Bagels & Delicatessen (Five Points) and head east on E 26th Ave toward N Clarkson St. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto N Clarkson St. Turn right again onto E 20th Ave and you will arrive at The UPS Store 757 E 20th Ave Suite 370, Denver, CO, 80205.

Leaving The UPS Store head west on E 20th Ave toward N Clarkson St. Make a slight right onto Park Ave W and turn right onto Stout St. Turn left onto 29th St. Turn right onto Larimer St and you will arrive at Futuristic Films 2930 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205.

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