GB’s Fish and Chips, a small family-owned chain of four restaurants, opened its doors in 2007 because the owner couldn’t find decent fish and chips in the Denver area.
Vendôme’s brunch menu is just the right size, featuring French bistro fare highlighting Colorado’s seasonal, local ingredients.
I close my eyes as I sink my teeth into a biscuit at the Denver Biscuit Company. Supple, creamy textures and buttery flavors remind me of happy mornings in Grandma’s sunny yellow kitchen. My search is over.
Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI) began 75 years ago with a community of climbers in search of quality outdoor gear. It has now grown to 129 stores, eight in Colorado alone. But Denver is a “flagship” store, making it a must-see if you are in town. A flagship store in the retail world means a large store with unique features that stands out as a showcase for the brand. In other words, not your everyday shopping experience.