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Dining:
After all that sightseeing and outdoor time, you will need to refuel at one of Denver's many eating establishments. If your interested to learn more about the dining scene in Denver, there's a great Culinary Connectors walking-and-eating tour of downtown available for $99.

As may be expected, Denver boasts many Mexican restaurants featuring plenty of green chile; you will surely find one or more near your Denver short term rental. El Tejado on South Broadway is an authentic Mexican place with a great green chile plate, and Las Delicias on Confer Road (and three other locations throughout the metro area) is another place where you can enjoy great Mexican food.

In addition to Mexican, you will also find ample opportunities to indulge your carnivorous side. Plenty of spots in Denver serve not just steak but also buffalo and rattlesnake. For a splurge, make a reservation at Buckhorn Exchange, Denver's oldest restaurant with an interesting menu that includes alligator tail, ostrich medallions, and yak steak. For a unique burger experience, visit Cherry Cricket Restaurant and see if you are brave enough to pair peanut butter or cream cheese with your beef. Another very popular eatery is Josephina's Restaurant in LoDo. If you are not into meat or Mexican, Denver has a great range of Southeast Asian restaurants, such as New Saigon on Federal Blvd which serves fresh Thai and Vietnamese food. Near the University of Denver you can find Jerusalem Restaurant on East Evans Ave, which serves cheap, delicious Middle Eastern fare.

Nightlife:
Almost all of our short term rentals Denver are located near areas where there are bars and nightclubs for you to peruse. Legend has it that the first permanent building in modern Denver was a saloon; thus, drinking is part of Denver's history. Denver is beer central, so do not forget to visit a brewery or two during your stay. Try the Coors Brewery or the Great Divide Brewing Company. If bars are more your thing, Lower Downtown is one of the most popular areas for barhopping. The Cruise Room in the Oxford Hotel has a great art deco decor and boasts some of the best martinis in Denver. If you prefer a more laid-back Beat vibe, settle in at My Brother's Bar on 15th Street and you'll be inside Denver's oldest still-operating bar.

Denver has some of the best nightclubs in Colorado. Beta Night Club is a busy, friendly-to-all-orientations club in the heart of Downtown. Denver's large gay population does not disappoint on the nightlife front: Tracks Nightclub on Walnut Street is a big, gay place, and Charlie's on East Colfax Ave. offers an eclectic mix of music and clientele. For a more western feel, head to Grizzly Rose and line-dance the night away. Lucky Star Nightclub in LoDo is another popular place. If you'd rather laugh than dance, go to Comedy Works, where Jerry Seinfeld and Jay Leno have performed. For great live music, sit back and relax at Herb's Jazz and Blues.

Shopping:
Furnished Apartments Denver will put you within reach of as much shopping as you want. Like other big cities, Denver has plenty of malls and shopping centers, some of the most popular being Cherry Creek Shopping Center and Colorado Mills Mall. Denver's 16th Street Mall is an outdoor mall that has chain stores and novelty shops, with the Denver Pavilions at one end.

Book lovers should not leave Denver without spending some time browsing in Tattered Cover Bookstore, a landmark of sorts in Colorado that has three locations throughout the city but maintains its local feel.

Denver's diverse neighborhoods also offer some great non-mall shopping. Lower Downtown - where you will find the Tattered Cover - has many other shops for fashion, furniture, and general goods. Connected to LoDo is historic Larimer Square, which has now become one of the best shopping areas in Denver. You can find everything in the Square and enjoy a bit of historical architecture, too. For edgy and independent shops, head to Colfax Avenue and Capitol Hill.

 
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