Denver Anons

3 night trip to Denver

Thursday: Check in at Hotel in downtown ~ 4pm. Unpack.Ride bus to Improper City. Starting there walk down Walnut St and Larimer St (how do you pronounce this? Lary-murr?) popping into any and almost every bar, brewery, and shop that looks cool. Possibly get a quick tattoo at Til Death. Bierstadt Lagerhaus is a must, as well as Redeemer Pizza, and American Bonded. Now at Death & Co Denver. What should I do from here? If I'm in the mood for another small bite (got pizza at Redeemer and possibly a charcuterie board at American Bonded) where should I go? Any where spinning some house music that I would want to end the night with? I don't mind being out till 2am.

Friday: 8am hotel bagel. Walk to State Capitol/Big-ass park you guys got going on. Go to the Mint, the Library, and the art museum. Hit up Leven Deli for a Ruben. Bar Nun looks cool so I'll be walking there next. After idk maybe 30min at Bar Nun I think I'll uber to Sputnik because there seems to be a lot of cool-ass shit around it. Walk to TVRE. It'll probably be around 6 or 7pm after this stretch ends with an uber back to the hotel. Finally, Hot Since 82 @ The Church 9pm - 2am.

Saturday: Brunch? Idk tell me a spot. Uber to Akihabara Arcade at noon and spend maybe 2 hours there. Go back downtown and hit up the Zoo and the Botanic Garden. I don't want to be out late on Saturday so Number Thirty Eight looks to be where I'll end the night with some food and drinks primarily based on the fact that they close at 11pm which will force me to be responsible and go back to the hotel (my flight leaves at 7am Sunday morning RIP). If you had to recommend an actual restaurant, not a brewpubby/beergarden, instead of Number Thirty Eight, what would it be?

Sunday: Flight leaves at 7am. If I take the bus to the airport what time would I need to leave? 5am? Are Ubers even available at 5am?

Also what time does it get below 50F? 10pm?

  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Denver

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    This is the most reddit itinerary ever. You are in the fucking mountains, go do something in them. Don't see house music at a dirty dive bar, go to Red Rocks. You seem to have planned this around food but nothing you listed is something you can't get anywhere else in the US.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      This, go see some neature you lazy fuck

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not OP, but I opened this thread cuz I'm moving to Aurora/Denver next weekend for a while.
        What are some of the good physical activities to do there? I'm not some lazy fat fuck like OP

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Literally just take your car and drive in any direction, download all trails or whatever that trail app is, pick a highly rated one and go check it out. There’s trails fucking everywhere by boulder and they’re all pretty cool. If you feel like being adventurous the sand dunes in the southern part of the state are very cool. Southern CO has a much more Latino vibe which is interesting.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Aurora is 40 miles from the mountains

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Rent a car and go out to the Mountains with all the money you’d spend on Ubers and the Reddit arcade. Even if you only get 48 hours there it beats doing hipster shit in Denver you do in any other city. 90% sure this b8 but this is a shit itinerary. t. Coloradan.

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Go to bubba chinos

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >food
    >food
    >food
    >beer
    >food
    >booze
    >food
    >park but no mountains
    >museum
    >food
    >food
    >beer
    >beer
    >bar
    >BEERCADES BRO
    The most dogshit itinerary I've ever seen.

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Denver has some cool music venues, check bandsintown.com

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Larimer
    Lair-uh-mur

    also I must agree with the retardjak poster. Denver is a pooper. Rent a car and go to the mountains

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    ski in winter

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