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Old 09-23-2015, 12:09 PM
 
Location: In The Thin Air
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In the famous words of Yogi Berra (RIP Yogi!): Nobody goes there anymore. It's too crowded.
And not that good IMHO.

RIP Yogi. You were a one of a kind.
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Old 09-23-2015, 01:13 PM
 
Location: Texas
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Best places to eat (breakfast, lunch, dinner) - Breakfast: Jelly or Fooducopia or Devil's Food, although most people will suggest Snooze but the wait is insane! Lunch: the Hornet, Dinner: Ophelia's, Linger, Root Down, Izakaya Den, Bistro Barbes, Bittersweet
They can get into Snooze, no problem. They are here for 4 days, so they can get in line on Day 1 and probably be seated by early on the 3rd day
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Old 09-23-2015, 01:42 PM
 
Location: South Cap Hill
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Breakfast at Santiago's for breakfast burritos and Lucile's for brunch.

Lunch at Biker Jim's for "weird" yet delicious sausages.

Dinner at Rioja, TAG, Frasca in Boulder since you have a car, Z Cuisine if you're adventurous and willing to not be able to get a table since they don't take reservations and Fruition. Given some of your other requests, you may be into South Park, and if so...a trip to Casa Bonita is kind of a must. Go full - you should only eat sopapillas there, although you'll have to pay for a whole meal. But the entertainment is um...unique, and if you saw the South Park episode and are a fan, you can now say you went there. If you do eat the food here, ensure you're not flying out the next day.

Cocktails - Cruise Room, Green Russell, (make a reservation) and Williams & Graham.

Post Rockies game - you have all of downtown at your disposal. LoDo right outside of Coors Field if you're into twenty-something, "let's get wasted" mentality. Many other great recommendations above for non-twenty-something let's get wasted.

Dispensary's aren't my thing, but head East on Colfax. I think there's one right next to Voodoo donuts. That's got to be good, right?
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Old 09-23-2015, 01:49 PM
 
Location: Sweet Home Chicago!
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The Dispensary's all essentially sell the same thing. If you're looking for a deal, grab a copy of Westword on any street corner and start perusing the back section.

If you're looking for an upscale Dispensary, then go here > Euflora Cannabis Dispensary | Downtown Denver, Colorado

*I highly recommend that you avoid MJ edibles! Trust me...

Oh and grab a sammich at Snarf's!
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Old 09-23-2015, 07:59 PM
 
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Thanks for anyone's help!

What about in regards to the hot springs and hiking?

It would be nice if we could find an easy trail - possibly lake, stream, river, creek, swimming, waterfall, hotsprings...any ideas?

Also any hot springs (doesn't have to be with a trail) that you'd recommend for 2 couples in Denver?

Thanks
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Old 09-24-2015, 12:30 AM
 
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Thanks for anyone's help!

What about in regards to the hot springs and hiking?

It would be nice if we could find an easy trail - possibly lake, stream, river, creek, swimming, waterfall, hotsprings...any ideas?

Also any hot springs (doesn't have to be with a trail) that you'd recommend for 2 couples in Denver?

Thanks
I gave recs for both in my list. Hot sulphur is perfect for a couple....all little mini baths.
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Old 09-24-2015, 02:07 PM
 
Location: South Cap Hill
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Go to RMNP/Estes Park for a day for hikes. The flatirons in Boulder may be nice if you don't want to drive an hour and a half each way - but the drive will be worth it. Especially this time of year.
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