You are in Denver for 24 hours or less without a clue what to do. This is the travel guide that'll point you to tasty, interesting, and beautiful for one day of fun in Colorado.
Beautiful building, great collections, and creativity at its best. A good way to spend an interesting afternoon by yourself or with your family surrounded by art and passion.
Stella's Coffee House is a homey, warm, haven for both locals and travelers. It has a completely yummy selection of coffee's and tea's, while offering quaint seating. A delicious place to see and be seen.
While a tad bit pricey, the ice cream and bakery treats from Pajama Baking Company are to die for. A perfect end to a Pearl Street restaurant and shopping tour, and a must-do when you come to visit Denver.
Snooze is THEE BEST breakfast diner I have ever been to. The wait staff is exceptional and attentive while the menu is varied and creative. We ordered a drool-worthy local favorite not found on the menu - cinnamon bun pancakes. While the prices are a bit high, the amazing food, retro-deco, and great staff make it all worth it. Nom Nom Yummy!
What a perfect place to visit year round. Absolutely gorgeous plant collection, fabulous indoor nursery for year-round viewing, and beautiful views at every turn. Love! Love! Love!
A must-see non-traditional tourist destination. Learn the mint's history and see how money is made. The Mint produces 50 million coins a day, each one stamped with a little “D” for Denver - a fun stop that offers a quick and interesting visit.
Sexy Pizza is a great stop on a Pearl Street shopping trip. During most of the season the "garage doors" are open and everyone can enjoy indoor/outdoor eating. Pizza is good and is prepared in "Colorado pizza style". Patrons will enjoy personality-filled entertainment from the servers as well as delicious pizza.