Home to 3.5 million people and located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Denver grew as the center of America’s booming gold rush in the late 1800’s. Today, it’s much better known for its natural beauty and popular winter tourist destinations, close to some of the country’s best skiing.
Aside from snow sports, Denver’s home to eight professional sports teams including well-known teams the Colorado Rockies and the Denver Broncos. Plus, more unique Denver teams like The Denver Outlaws, a major leagues lacrosse team. In regards to industries, the city’s home to giants in healthcare and technology, with an economy that’s growing in many industries outside of tourism.
A full-size replica of a real life 19th fur-trading outpost, The Fort restaurant offers authentic dishes from the early days of the wild west, including recipes resurrected from the diaries of pioneers, mountain men and Native Americans.
Eating in an historic former mortuary may not sound too appetising, but Linger pulls it off with one of the liveliest rooftop patios in the city, an excellent menu of street food from around the world, and brunch to, um, die for.
Terminal A’s Chef Jimmy’s Bistro and Spirits serve good Italian-inspired food, while you can try Colorado-made microbrews at Concourse B’s New Belgium Hub. A good range of duty free shopping is on offer in the departure.
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