Denver May 21, 2017
by Annie You’ll Absolutely Love These 6 Charming, Walkable Streets In Denver
If you live in Denver, you already know what I’m about to tell you: The Mile High City is THE best place to be for anything outdoor related! (Can I get an amen?!) Not only is our outdoor recreation some of the best in the world, but we also have a number of charming streets, including these 6 walkable ones that you do not want to miss:
1.) Larimer Square
Yes, Larimer Square is number one... are you surprised? You shouldn't be, as Larimer Square is THE place to be every weekend, thanks in part to the fabulous boutiques, delicious restaurants, refreshing bars, and enchanting overhead lights (pictured).
2.) Antique Row (or South Broadway)
Alright, antiquers, thrifters, and professional garage salers -- this one is for you! Denver's hip "Antique Row" neighborhood, which is located near the intersection of I-25 and S. Broadway, features a treasure trove of different antique shops and art galleries housed in some of the city's oldest and most historic buildings.
3.) Old South Gaylord
My personal favorite Denver street is Old South Gaylord, which has not only one-of-a-kind boutiques and restaurants, but also a close proximity to Washington Park, countless FREE events, and some of the most friendly locals you will meet.
4.) Art District on Santa Fe
No matter your whereabouts along Santa Fe, you are guaranteed to be wow'd by one of our local artists! Named one of Colorado's designated Creative Districts, the Art District on Santa Fe is home to 60 art galleries, jaw-dropping murals, and to the famous First Friday Art Walks.
5.) Cherry Creek North
Named one of the "10 Most Vibrant Shopping Districts in the Country" by USA Today, Cherry Creek North flawlessly balances ritzy (with retailers like DOLCE and Sur La Table) with down-home (a burger from Cherry Cricket, anyone?), all within a perfectly laid-out 16-block radius.
6.) Highlands Square
If you think the large and diverse Farmers Market at Highlands Square looks fun (which, of course, it is), you should see their permanent mainstays, like their iconic restaurants (Linger and Little Man Ice Cream both call the Highlands home!), art galleries, and book stores.
For even more of our favorite places in Denver, check out
You’ll Never Run Out Of Things To Do In This Charming Neighborhood In Denver.
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