It’s no secret: we love living in the Mile High City. If you haven’t been, it’s time to visit. Denver satisfies both outdoor cravings and cultural tastes—thanks to its blend of nature and city life. Filled with down-to-earth people, Denverites are just as passionate about mountain getaways as they are about seasonal eating and balanced living. Almost 15 years ago, I moved to this ever-growing city. And since then, I’ve never looked back. The mountains are home. Without further ado, I’m sharing where to eat and drink in Denver, Colorado. Delightful coffee shops, creative ice cream joints, and mouth-watering Mediterranean restaurants await. Even with dietary restrictions or preferences, you’ll relish in Denver’s food scene. Let’s break bread.
This post is sponsored by Proxi. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you, Proxi, for sponsoring today’s blog post.
Planning a trip to Colorado? Use my map for where to eat and drink in Denver. You’ll find an array of cuisines: homemade Italian dishes, authentic Japanese pastries, vegan comfort food, and farm-to-table fare.
Before we dive into my Denver guide, let’s talk about Proxi. What is Proxi? It’s new-age mapping. Sayonara, static PDFs and disorganized lists. Via Proxi, you can create interactive maps of anything and everything—your favorite local joints, vacation rentals, and must-do activities. Share them with your friends and family! Proxi maps are both interactive and data-rich. Best of all, you can crowdsource. Seamlessly choose where to eat and what to do (local or global), based on your community’s suggestions.
Press play to watch my Denver map. Proxi maps are so easy to use! They’re customizable, collaborative, and shareable.
Where to eat and Drink in Denver
Below is my carefully curated list of where to eat and drink and Denver. Happy noshing, sipping, and gathering. Many of these spots are family-friendly and health conscious. Again, feel free to save my map for future use. Here’s a Reel of these spots in action!
+ Rise & Shine Biscuit Kitchen
+ South Pearl Street Farmers Market
+ Union Station Farmers Market
Farm to Table Restaurants
Market and Food Halls
Tapas, Tacos, y Más
Where are your favorite places to dine in Denver? You can add to my map here.
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