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Ten Prime Restaurant Spaces That Are Still Vacant

3570 East Colfax Avenue

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...the Capitol Hill neighborhood north of Governor’s Park and the restaurants packed in around Seventh Avenue and Grant Street. Black Eye’s second location seemed like the perfect place for a coffee shop for...

2223 East Colfax Avenue

112 East Eighth Avenue

3838 Tennyson Street

...service, cozy bar, intimate fine dining, for example), but the bright, sunny corner spot at Ninth and Lincoln cries out for a new breakfast and brunch destination for Capitol Hill and Golden Triangle...

2229 Blake Street

700 East 17th Avenue

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50+ Restaurants, Breweries and Distilleries Expected to Open in 2018

Where: 3421 E. Colfax Ave., Denver

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Where: 2843 Larimer St., Denver

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Where: 1280 25th St., Denver

Where: 2014 10th St., Boulder

Where: 1023 Walnut St., Boulder

Where: 2220 Blake St., Denver

Where: 7575 West Jewell Ave., Lakewood

Where: 444 E. 19th Ave., Denver

Where: 17th Avenue and Downing St., Denver

Where: 4369 Stuart St., Denver

Where: 3090 Larimer St., Denver

Where: 3963 Tennyson St., Denver

Where: 999 18th St., Denver

Where: 1555 Blake St., Suite 102, Denver

Where: 1600 15th St., Denver

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Where: 998 18th St., Denver

Where: 1800 Wazee St., Denver

Where: 715 E. 26th Ave., Denver

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Where: 4499 W 38th Ave., Suite 101, Denver

Where: 1236 South Broadway, Denver

Where: 1790 South Bannock St., Denver

Where: 3636 Chestnut Pl., Denver

Where: 12001 E. 33rd Ave., Aurora

Where: 1925 S. Rosemary St., Denver

Where: 2403 Champa St., Denver

Where: 3550 Brighton Blvd., Denver

...be proudly filling that vacancy in the late summer, with a location right off of Fairfax and 29th...

Where: 305 West First Ave., Denver

Where: 2945 Larimer St., Denver

...in on the dog-pile of scrumptious beers by obtaining a new location right off 29th and Larimer. Fort Collins legendary brewing company will be opening its newest location in the first quarter...

Where: 1604 E. 17th Ave., Denver

Where: 1061 S. Gaylord St., Denver

Where: 10155 E. 29th Dr., Denver

    50+ Restaurants, Breweries and Distilleries Expected to Open in 2018
    We're back and previewing the more than 50 restaurants, breweries, distilleries and bars expected to open this year. Some of these restaurants are drawing national attention - from to . Loosen those belts, folks. It's going to be another big year for eating and drinking. Stay tuned as we update this as more information arises.
    https://303magazine.com

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Jan 09

Historic Overlays

Historic designation is one method of ensuring that changes to a neighborhood occur thoughtfully, preserving the fabric of a neighborhood that people love — homes with history, vital dwellings that preserve the past — while acknowledging modern lifestyles. Navigating the ins and outs of the designation process and what it means for your property, however, can be a difficult task. We’ve created a Historic Designation FAQ guide, which answers many of the questions we commonly receive from property owners.

    Congress Park Neighbors, Inc
    When Denver updated the city zoning code in 2010 it included a new tool, the Conservation District. Conservation District are different than historic districts because they do not regulate demolition of historic structures and do not require design review of modifications. However, conservation districts can create special zoning that supports the character of a neighborhood.
    https://www.congressparkneighbors.org

Jan 08

Thirteen Restaurant and Bar Openings Coming Soon

3421 East Colfax Avenue

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2845 Larimer Street

2014 10th Street, Boulder

10155 East 29th Street

1061 South Gaylord Street

12001 East 33rd Avenue, Aurora

...January or February. In the meantime, look for 750-milliliter bottles at Pearl Wine Company (1886 South Pearl Street) and the Proper Pour (inside the Source, 3350 Brighton Boulevard...

...at Pearl Wine Company (1886 South Pearl Street) and the Proper Pour (inside the Source, 3350 Brighton Boulevard...

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    Thirteen Restaurant and Bar Openings Coming Soon
    You can't possibly be bored with all the breakfast, lunch and dinner options in Denver. But variety is the spice of life, so here's a hint of spice to beguile you with upcoming cuisine ranging from Southern fare to ice cream to Chinese hot pot. These thirteen restaurants are expected...
    http://www.westword.com

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Every New Year's Eve Concert and Bar Night in Denver

Fox Street: With Mama Magnolia, 9 p.m., $15-$30. Bluebird Theater, 3317 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, 303-377-1666, bluebirdtheater.net.

Reno Divorce: With Granny Tweed, the Blackouts. Champagne toast at midnight., 9 p.m., $15-$20. Lost Lake, 3602 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, 303-296-1003, lost-lake.com.

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The Bastard Suns and P-Nuckle: With Jackson Taylor (acoustic) and Los Hitos. Champagne toast at midnight. Reserved high-top table for four - $120, front row reserved high-top table for four - $140., 7 p.m., $14-$140. Herman’s Hideaway, 1578 S. Broadway, Denver, 303-777-2535, hermanshideaway.com.

BoomBox: 9 p.m., $20-$100. Gothic Theatre, 3263 S. Broadway, Englewood, 303-789-9206, gothictheatre.com.

Colorado Symphony: “A Night In Vienna,” 6:30 p.m., $15-$89, Student/Child/Teacher: $10. Boettcher Concert Hall, 14th St & Curtis St., Denver, 303-623-7876, coloradosymphony.org.

...31), 6:30 p.m., $89-$129/2-day pass $179-$259. Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St., Denver, 303-228-8000, denverconvention.com...

Flobots: With Pink Hawks, 8 p.m., $25-$30. Marquis Theater, 2009 Larimer St., Denver, 303-487-0111, themarquistheatre.com.

Freddy Jones Band New Year’s Eve Party: 9 p.m., $30-$40. Soiled Dove Underground, 7401 E. 1st Ave., Denver, 303-830-9214, tavernhg.com/soiled-dove.

Itchy-O: With the Velveteers, 8 p.m., $30-$40/$50-$75. Summit Music Hall, 1902 Blake St., Denver, 303-487-0111, thesummitmusichall.com.

Jane’s Addiction: 9:30 p.m., $185-$595. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-544-9800, bellyupaspen.com.

Nahko and Medicine for the People: With Dustin Thomas (12/29), Tubby Love (12/30), the Late Ones (12/31), 9:30 p.m., $32.50-$55/three-day pass $120. Ogden Theatre, 935 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, 303-832-1874, ogdentheatre.com.

New Year’s Disco Balls Party: With the Fabulous Boogienauts, 9:30 p.m., free. 3 Kings Tavern, 60 S. Broadway, Denver, 303-777-7352, 3kingstavern.com.

New Year’s Eve with Goth-Trad, Truth and Kaiju: With DJ Trace and more., 9 p.m., $25-$35. The Black Box, 314 E. 13th Ave., Denver, 303-831-6207, blackboxdenver.co.

North Mississippi Allstars: 9 p.m., $23-$400. Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox, 1215 20th St., Denver, 303-993-8023, opheliasdenver.com.

Nuns of Brixton: With the Shaloms. Champagne toast at midnight, 9 p.m., $15/$20. Larimer Lounge, 2721 Larimer St., Denver, 303-291-1007, larimerlounge.com.

Railroad Earth: 9 p.m., $45-$65. Paramount Theatre, 1621 Glenarm Place, Denver, 303-623-0106, paramountdenver.com.

Champagne toast at midnight., 9 p.m., $27-$70. Globe Hall, 4483 Logan St., Denver, 720-668-8833, globehall.com.

Trevor Hall: With Satsang, Rob Drabkin, the Copper Children, Intuit (12/30), Cas Haley, A-Mac & the Height, Project 432, Lola Rising (12/31), 9 p.m., $27-$45. Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom, 2637 Welton St., Denver, 303-297-1772, cervantesmasterpiece.com.

The Yawpers: Performing the Pulp Fiction soundtrack. With Ha Ha Tonka and the Beeves, 9 p.m., $15-$30. The Oriental Theater, 4335 W. 44th Ave., Denver, 720-420-0030, theorientaltheater.com.

Africana Cafe: 5091 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, 303-320-9515, www.africanacafe.com. New Year’s Party, Sat., Dec. 30, 9 p.m., $20-$30.

Beta: 1909 Blake St., Denver, 303-383-1909, www.betanightclub.com. New Year’s Eve Wonderland, Featuring POSSO, Mahesh Presents and Sorted., Sun., Dec. 31, 9 p.m., Tiered tickets and VIP.

Blake Street Tavern: 2301 Blake St., Denver, 303-675-0505, www.blakestreettavern.com. No Cover New Year’s Eve, Featuring sports, live music from Geek Strong and Jammin’ DJs at night. Complimentary champagne toast at midnight., Sun., Dec. 31, 5 p.m., free.

Burnt Barrel: 1201 16th St #120, Denver. Burnt Barrel New Year’s Eve, Ring in the new year at Burnt...

Dazzle: 1512 Curtis St., Denver, 303-839-5102, dazzledenver.com/. Sammy Mayfield Band, with a la carte food service, Sun., Dec. 31, 6 p.m., $5-$25; New Year’s Eve Gala, with live music from Sammy Mayfield Band and three-course prix fixe meal, Sun., Dec. 31, 9 p.m., $100.

Fox Theatre: 1135 13th St., Boulder, 303-447-0095, www.foxtheatre.com. Amoramora and Flash Mountain Flood’s New Year’s Eve Party, with Banshee Tree, Sun., Dec. 31, 8:45 p.m., $18-$20.

hi-dive: 7 S. Broadway, Denver, 303-733-0230, www.hi-dive.com. Guilty Pleasures Presents: Y2K 3.0, Sun., Dec. 31, 9 p.m., $15.

Hostel Fish: 1217 20th St, Denver, 303-954-0962, www.hostelfish.com. Hello 2018!, Features drink specials, giveaways at 10 and 11 p.m. and 12 a.m., along with a champagne toast and balloon drop at midnight., Sun., Dec. 31, 8 p.m.

Lion’s Lair: 2022 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, 303-320-9200, lionslairco.com. New Year’s Eve Celebration, Sun., Dec. 31, 9 p.m.

Live@Jack’s: 500 16th St. #320, Denver, 303-433-1000, liveatjacks.com. New Year’s Eve Pre-Party with the...

Mercury Cafe: 2199 California St., Denver, 303-294-9258, mercurycafe.com. A Chimney Choir New Year, with In/Planes and Bluebook (12/30) and Retrofette (12/31), Sat., Dec. 30, 7:30 p.m.; Sun., Dec. 31, 9:30 p.m., $15-$25.

Nocturne: 1330 27th St., Denver, 303-295-3333, nocturnejazz.com. Bubbles and Bebop: Nocturne New Year’s Eve Gala...

Rhein Haus: 1415 Market St., Denver, 303-800-2652, rheinhausdenver.com. Rhein Haus Game of Thrones Bash, Party includes a DJ, grub, prize giveaways and Fire and Ice beer from Ommegang Brewery., Sun., Dec. 31, 7 p.m., free.

St. Julien Hotel & Spa: 900 Walnut St., Boulder, 720-406-9696, www.stjulien.com. Celebrate New Year’s Eve Caribbean Style: The...

Streets of London Pub: 1501 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, 303-861-9103, streetsoflondondenver.com/. New Year’s Eve Sinful Sunday, Featuring Punk Rock Burlesque, Sun., Dec. 31, 9:30 p.m., $5.

Syntax Physic Opera: 554 S. Broadway, Denver, 720-456-7041, www.physicopera.com. Weird Touch New Year’s Eve Party, Sun., Dec. 31, 9 p.m., $5.

Tavern Downtown: 1949 Market St., Denver, 303-299-0100, www.tavernhg.com/downtown. Neon New Year’s, Entry price includes...

Tracks: 3500 Walnut St., Denver, 303-863-7326, www.tracksdenver.com. Under the Northern Lights: One-of-a-kind light show, with snow machines, aerialists, dancers, performance artists and mind-blowing visuals. Sun., Dec. 31, 9 p.m., $20.

Union Station: 1701 Wynkoop St., Denver, www.unionstationindenver.com. New Year’s Eve with Denver Union Station, Featuring different party...

Your Mom’s House: 608 E. 13th Ave., Denver. Pandasaywhat?!, with Melody Lines, R-Doo, C.S.O., the Lituation and TMC. $40 VIP includes open bar., Sun., Dec. 31, 8 p.m., $10-$40.

    Every New Year's Eve Concert and Bar Night in Denver
    If you're looking to bring in 2018 with a concert, there is a glut of choice for music lovers of all stripes. There are hip-hop concerts, EDM festivals, bluegrass, roots, rock and jazz shows. From Decadence and Itchy-O to Nahko and Medicine for the People, these events are sure to sell out fast, so don't wait to buy your tickets.
    http://www.westword.com

Dec 24

Opportunity For Active Seniors

MY Denver PRIME! MY Denver PRIME makes the city’s recreation centers and pools, including drop-in fitness classes and clubs, more accessible for Denver residents ages 60+.  MY Denver PRIME provides Denver residents ages 60+ with FREE access to all the city’s recreation centers and pools, including drop-in fitness classes and clubs. Learn more about the activities and classes offered by DPR’s Active Older Adults division.

    Opportunity For Active Seniors
    MY Denver PRIME! MY Denver PRIME provides Denver residents ages 60+ with FREE access to all the city's recreation centers and pools, including drop-in fitness classes and clubs. Learn more about the activities and classes offered by DPR's Active Older Adults division.
    https://www.congressparkneighbors.org

Dec 23

Dec 22

9 News:Denver’s Congress Park: City living with a ‘small town’ feel

The beginnings of Congress Park stem from the 1880s when the area was known as Capitol Heights. Its development coincided with the tramway lines along East Colfax, East 12th Avenue and East Sixth Avenue. Prior to the Pikes Peak gold rush in the 1850s, the area was Native American land. By 1860, the blossoming city of Denver had become home to 5,000 people. One of Denver’s founders, William Larimer, sited the area of Mount Prospect Cemetery, which would evolve over the next 100 years into the present-day Cheesman Park, the Morgan Addition, Denver Botanic Gardens, the Denver Waterboard Reservoirs, and the neighborhood namesake Congress Park.

    9 News:Denver's Congress Park: City living with a 'small town' feel
    The beginnings of Congress Park stem from the 1880s when the area was known as Capitol Heights. Its development coincided with the tramway lines along East Colfax, East 12th Avenue and East Sixth Avenue. Prior to the Pikes Peak gold rush in the 1850s, the area was Native American land.
    https://www.congressparkneighbors.org

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The Six Best Events on the Culinary Calendar This Weekend

...decor ambitions on Saturday, December 16. From 1 to 3 p.m., Sweet Cooie's, 3506 East 12th Avenue, and Little Man Ice Cream, 2620 16th Street, will host the decorating do, with participants...

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...3 p.m., Sweet Cooie's, 3506 East 12th Avenue, and Little Man Ice Cream, 2620 16th Street, will host the decorating do, with participants receiving a kit including the cookie abode, icing...

...and dearest), join your real tribe at Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, 7711 East Academy Boulevard, for a bacchanal with over fifty Denver breweries. Tickets, $40 to $65, are on sale...

...you. The event's fourth iteration happens on Friday, February 28, 2018, at Rembrandt Yard, 1301 Spruce Street in Boulder, when Boulder chefs face off against Denver chefs to prove who can create...

...ceviche and Peruvian chile in an homage to Up in Smoke, and Steven Redzikowski of Oak at Fourteenth tapping Mia Wallace to hand out miniature burgers and a $14 shake à la Pulp Fiction...

...s only one place to get your drinks before the show: First Order Cantina. Lime, 500 16th Street, will be transformed into a Star Wars-themed bar for ten days starting at 4...

    The Six Best Events on the Culinary Calendar This Weekend
    This weekend, enjoy food and drink from around the world (and the galaxy), edible architecture, and beer, beer and more beer (there's a reason we keep typing "Decembeer" by accident). Here are six of the best food and drink events in Denver from Friday, December 15, through Sunday, December 17...
    http://www.westword.com

Dec 15

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Dec 13

Tom Ward Paints New Mural at Tommy's Thai

“When I paint murals, I like to think of myself as being shrunk down,” says Denver artist Tom Ward, digging for just the right shade of red for the tropical flower he's painting on a mural at Tommy’s Thai on Colfax Avenue and Cook Street.

    Tom Ward Paints New Mural at Tommy's Thai
    "When I paint murals, I like to think of myself as being shrunk down," says Denver artist Tom Ward, digging for just the right shade of red for the tropical flower he's painting on a mural at Tommy's Thai on Colfax Avenue and Cook Street.
    http://www.westword.com

Dec 09

Dec 08

The Grand Opening of the Carla Madison Recreation Center Jan 8

It’s time to celebrate! After many years of determination and hard work, we are excited to celebrate the opening of Denver Parks and Recreation’s newest state-of-the-art recreational facility. Please join us on January 8 at 3:00pm for the grand opening of the Carla Madison Recreation Center located on the corner of Colfax Ave. & Josephine St.

    The Grand Opening of the Carla Madison Recreation Center Jan 8
    It's time to celebrate! After many years of determination and hard work, we are excited to celebrate the opening of Denver Parks and Recreation's newest state-of-the-art recreational facility. Please join us on January 8 at 3:00pm for the grand opening of the Carla Madison Recreation Center located on the corner of Colfax Ave.
    https://www.congressparkneighbors.org

Dec 06

Brent Cowles Has Found His Purpose

Brent Cowles, Friday and Saturday, December 8 and 9, Lost Lake Lounge, 3602 East Colfax Avenue, $12.75-$25.50.

    Brent Cowles Has Found His Purpose
    Every few years, Brent Cowles thinks about taking a break from music - and then almost immediately changes his mind. The son of a pastor, he can't help constantly contemplating the reason he's alive and whether music is a part of that at all.
    http://www.westword.com

Dec 06

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Dec 01

Aussie Pop-Punk Singer Alex Lahey Is Fueling Her Tour With Tacos

Alex Lahey, 9 p.m. Saturday, December 2, Lost Lake Lounge, 3602 East Colfax Avenue, $12-$15.

    Aussie Pop-Punk Singer Alex Lahey Is Fueling Her Tour With Tacos
    Australian musician Alex Lahey has made a splash with her pop-punk debut album, I Love You Like a Brother. Lahey, who's on the largest United States tour of her career and performed the single "Every Day's the Weekend" on Late Night With Seth Meyers, will play Denver on Saturday, December 2.
    http://www.westword.com

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Nov 24

Pile of Priests Despises Religion and Fake Metal

Tenebrough Labryinth CD release party, 9 p.m., Friday, November 24, Lost Lake Lounge, 3602 East Colfax Avenue, $8-10.

    Pile of Priests Despises Religion and Fake Metal
    Pile of Priests is not a moniker that falls lightly on the ears. It doesn't take much context to realize that this band, which releases its latest EP tonight, Friday, November 24, at Lost Lake Lounge, hates organized religion and all that it stands for.
    http://www.westword.com

Nov 22

Q House Will Bring Modern Chinese Cuisine to Colfax Avenue

...be Q House, which is expected to open in the first quarter of 2018 at 3421 East Colfax Avenue...

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November News and Views Council Woman At-Large Debbie Ortega

Denver’s Busiest Parks to Get More Rest Several of Denver’s largest and most used parks will continue to get rest periods during the busiest times of year. The city’s Park Rest Period initiative protects parks and maintains a balance between recreational use and public events. In 2017, Denver’s Parks and Rec instituted a trial program wherein public event permits were restricted in the city’s six busiest parks. During rest periods a park cannot be permitted for a public event. The rest periods, occurring between April 1st and October 31st, ranged from two to four weekends per month, depending on the specific needs of the park.  Each year, the Denver Parks and Recreation Permit Office determines the exact rest dates after historical events are booked, but prior to the permit opening date in early November. These dates are published online with the Office of Special Events. If you have any concerns or comments please email Park.Permits@denvergov.org. Click Denver Parks and Rec Rental and Permits to learn more.

    November News and Views Council Woman At-Large Debbie Ortega
    On the subject of art, there are two incredible new public art installations in Denver you don't want to miss: Artist Shantell Martin created a sprawling and engaging 2,050-square-foot installation outside of Understudy - a new art space underneath the stairs of the Convention Center.
    https://www.congressparkneighbors.org

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