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From Buffalo Bill's grave to Beat poet hangouts, our editors recommend the most legendary spots in Denver.
Updated: June 23, 2006
Operating in various forms since 1873, this old haunt was a favorite of Beat poets Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassady.
Denver's oldest restaurant boasts liquor license no. 1 and serves all the exotic game you can stomach.
Little has changed about this Colfax dive since Bob Dylan and the Smothers Brothers performed here decades ago.
Buffalo Bill and his Wild West Show live on today at this Lookout Mountain tourist attraction.
Once a cemetery, thousands of corpses still lie beneath the surface of this lush park; rumors abound about ghosts and poltergeists.
This popular gothic cathedral-turned-nightclub was also the setting for Dee Snider's twisted 1998 horror flick, "Strangeland."
Known for its cliff divers and marauding apes, this Mexican restaurant has brought in tourists and local families for decades.