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Alfresco Dining is a Breath of Fresh Air at Uptown Denver Restaurants

August 2020

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There’s just something alluring about alfresco dining, especially for residents of Bespoke in Uptown Denver. Savoring flavorful cuisine while enjoying sunshine or starlight, gentle breezes and the energizing rhythms of city life all around you. There’s a wonderful showcase of patio dining in Denver within easy walking distance of these modern Denver apartments in nearby Uptown, Highland, LoDo and River North Art District neighborhoods. 

Ace East Serve

Just a few blocks from Bespoke is Ace Eat Serve, a casual and fun-filled venue offering enticing Far East flavors and a full complement of Asian-inspired cocktails and beers. In addition to outdoor seating in Denver, the popular spot features great music and ping-pong competition surrounded by cheering onlookers relaxing in the sidewalk patio grandstands. 

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Viewhouse Eatery, Bar & Rooftop

Perfect for alfresco dining before or after a Rockies baseball game at nearby Coors Field is Viewhouse, renowned as offering one of the best outdoor patios in Denver. In addition to great food and beverages, you can relax outdoors in welcoming cabanas or while trying out your skills at the lawn games. 

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The Source

This dining and drinking hot spot is located in The River North Art District and offers an array of distinctive alfresco experiences convenient to Bespoke’s uptown Denver apartments. The setting features geodesic domes, cocktails, patio chairs, umbrellas and good times. Acorn boasts a seasonal small plates menu and bold, global flavors. Try the oak-roasted ribeye steak. There’s also a host of casual and creative dining – from pizza and barbecue to modern Israeli cuisine. 

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Linger

Experience what Travel & Leisure magazine calls one of “America’s Coolest Rooftop Bars.” Linger is highlighted by a vintage airstream trailer, eclectic global street food and spirited beverages galore. All served up with a free-spirited Colorado vibe that has people returning again and again. 

For complete information on Bespoke’s all-new luxury apartments in Denver, call 720-790-6486 or visit www.BepokeUptown.com

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5 Popular Denver Hiking Destinations

August 2020

Colorado is home to some of the most scenic vistas and mountain passes in the country. The Denver area is the perfect home base for people who enjoy hiking, as it offers everything from hour-long urban walks to difficult and rocky trails. Here are five of our favorite Denver hiking spots for you to visit the next time you feel like taking a hike.

Hell’s hole

If you’re looking for a fun, quick Denver hiking destination that won’t put your sense of direction to the test, head 43 miles west of Denver to Hell’s Hole Trail. The simple, nine-mile out-and-back trail has a gradually increasing grade and gorgeous views. At the end you’ll reach the base of Gray Wolf Mountain, and a wide-open valley. Dogs are allowed on Hell’s Hole Trail as long as they’re kept on leash.

Elk Falls Overlook 

 

If you love scenic waterfall views but don’t want to venture too far from the city, plan your next Denver hiking outing at Elk Falls Overlook. Situated just 39 miles from Denver, the 11-mile round-trip trail through Staunton State Park is famous for having the highest waterfall in the Denver area. Wind your way through thick ponderosa pines and massive granite cliffs, and plan to linger at the park after your hike to cool your feet off in the streams of fish in Elk Falls Pond. 

First and second flatiron

Located a mere 45 minutes from Denver, the First and Second Flatirons Loop is a short but challenging 2.5-mile hike. The trail leads you across a meadow and up through a notch between the First and Second Flatirons. The backside of the Flatirons offers a shaded area where you can pause to admire breathtaking views of the snow-capped front range of the Colorado Rockies. This trail can be quite rocky, and extremely difficult in the winter, so be sure you wear proper hiking shoes and are up to the challenge!

Chimney Gulch Trail at windy saddle 

If you’re up for a real workout of a hike, then Chimney Gulch Trail, just 25 minutes from downtown Denver, is the perfect destination. The five-mile hiking trail is a demanding climb up Chimney Gulch that provides views from the top that make your exertion well worth it. Keep an eye out for paragliders launching from the top of Mt. Zion as they catch the winds along the foothills.

Cherry Creek Regional Trail

Cherry Creek Regional Trail is 40 miles long and begins in downtown Denver, running through Franktown, Glendale, Aurora, Centennial, and Parker. The views are a mix of wildlife habitats, city sights and concrete canyon walls, sometimes painted in colorful street art. This is not your usual Denver hiking destination (queue the bustling urban noise and eight-foot-wide concrete path) but it’s a wonderful trail if you’re looking for an easily-accessible place to get your steps.

Grab your hiking gear, and don’t forget your camera! We hope you have a great time exploring these Denver hiking spots! We’d love to see your photos and hear about your adventures – feel free to stop by our front desk. We’re always happy to show you around our luxury apartment homes. You can also request more information about our community or schedule a tour online, or just give us a call at 720.699.1425

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