Autumn is inching closer to winter and the holiday season is upon us! If you’re still not sure about what’s happening in the Mile High city this month, we’ve got you covered. Read on to find out about fun cultural events, new restaurants that have just opened or are opening this month, and more! Enjoy our round up of neat things to do in Denver!
These enchanting candlelit evenings are wildly popular here in Denver and they’re here for another sensational season–with special holiday concerts to get in the spirit. This autumn, enjoy the sounds of classic music and flickering candlelight at a couple of new venues–the magical and colorful Church of Cannabis playing a special tribute to the Rolling Stones and ReelWorks in the artsy RiNo district where you can watch magical ballet performers dance alongside a string quartet.
With prices up around the nation, have you ever wondered, where can you still get a meal for $10 or less? This quick guide has got your back with food ranging from burgers and noodles, all delicious, and all at an amazing price.
9. Enjoy a regal night out at this exquisite immersive experience dedicated to the Bridgerton series.
Rejoice! Fans of Netflix and Shondaland’s Bridgerton Experience can now experience the splendor themselves. Get ready for an incomparable evening full of grandeur and unparalleled elegance at this compelling experience transporting you to 1813 Regency England with The Queen’s Ball: A Bridgerton Experience. It’s poised to be the ball of the century and the perfect event for you and your friends to imbibe in themed cocktails and dance the night away. There’s no dress code but dressing up is half the fun, and if you need a little inspiration, check our our guide to get the Bridgerton look around Denver.
Opened around this time last year in the Santa Fe Arts District, this amazing lounge is spinning vinyl records and serving up craft beer and natural wines. ESP HiFi is not like any other bar that Denver has seen crop up recently (aside from Sunday Vinyl), but something that’s more akin to the Japanese style of lounge rooms where the vibes are chill, the drinks are flowing, and the records are spinning unique, carefully curated beats.
Tickets have just gone on sale for the annual Trail of Lights brought to us by the Denver Botanic Garden. Tickets run for $15 from November 26th through January 2nd. When purchasing tickets, there are multiple slots you can choose from 5pm tom 8:30pm, every thirty minutes, so you’ll have many opportunities.
Where: 1007 York St, Denver, CO 80206
Dine al-fresco at one of these outdoor patios in Denver complete with string lights, mountain views, and some of Denver’s most amazing beer.
Four Sippin’ Santa pop up bars are returning to Denver and if you don’t know what these are, they’re a holiday-themed pop up bar that takes over local bars with festive decor, Christmas-themed cocktails, and festive cheer. Check our link above to see which bars will be posting these jolly pop ups.
It’s almost hot spring season and you know what that means? Resorts and natural hot springs are here for you to soak away the troubles after a long day hiking or skiing, or it’s a great way to warm up on those long winter days. If you’re not sure which one suits your taste, we’ve got a quick guide to our favorites.
Ski season is finally upon us, so what better way to enjoy late fall/early winter than by heading out with your gear at one of Colorado’s world class ski resorts. Of course, everyone’s probably got the same idea, so which resorts should you head to that avoid the dreaded I-70? We’ve got a guide that’s got that covered.
39. Revisit Tom’s Diner, a new Palm Springs-themed cocktail bar
Tom’s Diner is finally reopening after 2 year of closure and some new renovations that we think you should be very excited about. The deli has been transformed into a cocktail bar, the interior decor is retro and colorful while much of the parking lot has been transformed into an outdoor drinking patio with astroturf grass, totem poles and fountains.Try not to think too much of the differences–the fact that it’s no longer serving breakfast, at least at the moment, and the fact that it’s no longer a 24-hour diner. Instead, think of this as a little slice of tropical heaven on Colfax and among the Rocky Mountains. The restaurant opens Wednesday, September 28th from 4 p.m. to close Tuesday through Sunday.