The summer has officially arrived.
We made it! Hot vax summer is here and that means there will be a TON of things to do-indoor and outdoor-all during the month of June. Denver is officially in Level Clear, which means that restaurants are able to host guests at full capacity, parties are no longer limited, and venue spaces are filling their seats–so long as you’re vaccinated, of course. We’ve got a really exciting list coming your way!
Fans of classical music and anime alike will get a kick out of these unique experience coming to Charlotte this June. Listen to beautiful, live renditions of some of the most famous animes like Naruto, Inuyasha, and Sailor Moon. Tickets are only $35.00 so better get yours before they run out.
This weekly concert series is one of a kind and is taking place at the Mile High Station this summer. Every week features a new artist, either national or local, local catered food by a top chef, and of course there’s beer flowing. Don’t miss out this summer on a chance to enjoy the outdoors and listen to some new and familiar artists. It’s live music summer after all.
Denver’s premier theme and water combo park, but the water park isn’t officially opened until June! Get your water wings and floaties ready and hit the park to beat the heat. The season pass is only $69.00, so two trips to the park will pay it off.
You can visit this interactive and spirited selfie museum called ‘The Marijuana Mansion’ that features a dozen or so rooms with impeccable weed-inspired interior design. Take a tour with a photographer (which you’ll have to bring your own) and get all your next month’s Instagram content ready or celebrate a birthday or celebration.
There’s nothing like a good rooftop bar on a hot summer day, and Denver has got you covered with some stunning mountain and skyscraper views. They do call it the Mile High City after all. Indulge in some elevated views, cocktails, and food from one of these 10 rooftop bars.
What if we took all of the great things about Korean BBQ and put it in a cup. That’s probably what the mastermind behind Cup Bop said when he created this awesome and convenient restaurant concept. Denver just got itself a new location and we couldn’t be more stoked. Go grab a delicious Korean style bowl for an afternoon pick me up.
If you’re living in Denver, chances are you really enjoy the great outdoors. The Mile High City is known for being a nature-y city, and it’s no wonder, Colorado is home to some of the most beautiful landmarks and state parks. Here are some of our favorites.
- Horsetooth Resevoir
- Roxborough State Park
- Devil’s Head
If you’ve never tried Mayan food and you’ve wanted to, then you’re in luck. X’Tabai Yucateco is Denver’s premier food truck of its kind, selling delicious Mayan-inspired dishes. Keep an eye on their Instagram for the next location of their truck.
City Park Jazz has officially returned with an outdoor jazz concert taking place every Sunday. The festivities start June 13th and carry over into July so you’ll have no shortage of jazz tradition to fill your weekends.
Mutiny Information Cafe is one of a kind, selling books, comic books, and records in one convenient independent space. They’ve even got a bookstore cat and a pin ball machine. The perfect place to literally spend hours on those unbearably hot days.
31-38: Do bottomless brunch
The weekend just got better. When you think of brunch what’s the next thing that comes to mind? Mimosas. And if the word bottomless is included then even better. Well good news. Denver has got a variety of delicious bottomless mimosa spots for you to enjoy during the weekends. We’ve even featured a place that’s running specials all week long.
The Welton Room is all about flair and we couldn’t be more excited. Try a cocktail topped with cotton candy that is then dissolved by liquid nitrogen, leaving nothing but the flavor. And that’s just one of their delicious and innovative cocktails they’ve got going on at this whimsical lounge.
People go to restaurants for three things: the food, the drinks, and the decor. Although food may be the main reason, there’s nothing quite like stepping into a beautifully designed restaurant, and Denver has got quite a few of those. We rounded up the most unique and beautiful interiors to spend an evening surrounded by atmosphere.
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