There are many iconic food spots around Denver that travelers must consider visiting. We’ve narrowed down a few to make your travels as easy and as tasty as possible.
Little Man Ice Cream is one of the most-well known ice cream spots around. Their Highlands location is set in a milk-jug shaped structure and due to popularity there is almost always a line, even in freezing temps. Their ice cream sandwiches come in four different flavors and are the perfect way to end the day. They also have vegan flavors available!
Voodoo Doughnut has two locations in Denver and is a quintessential sweet spot for all. Peruse their donuts with many unique fillings, toppings, and shapes and you’ll be sure to be pleased. For a sweet and salty fix, try their maple bacon bar.
We all need a pick-me up first thing in the morning. Right across the street from the hostel is Amethyst Coffee, with the most friendly baristas and beautiful lattes you can imagine. There is a modern and inviting design inside that extends to outside.
Lula Rose General Store is the perfect spot to escape the city and enjoy craft coffee, pastries and open-faced sandwiches made in-house. They also sell freshly cut flowers inside. There is no WiFi, allowing customers to truly connect with each other and enjoy their drinks.
Denverites love eating and supporting local. Right in the backyard of the hostel, Golden Triangle Farmers Market opens up the back alley every Sunday morning (9am-1pm) to fresh produce, delicious treats, and handcrafted goods. The tunes will keep you boppin’ from vendor to vendor. For a list of vendors, click here.
Tacos Tequila Whiskey really gets to the point. The locally-owned restaurant has three locations around town and crafts delicious street tacos and drinks. Vegetarian, pescatarian, and carnivore-friendly, TTW is your go to Mexican joint with fresh and colorful ingredients.
Avanti Food & Beverage is a popular eatery with a rooftop offering sweet views of the city. There are a variety of vendors to choose from, but a quick and tasty choice are the sweet potato fries from Bistro Georgette. Sweet, salty, crunchy and delicious.
Craving dim sum? Zoe Ma Ma is just the place to enjoy dumplings and authentic Chinese street food. The food is all made in-house and reasonably priced for the quality. Try it out on your way in or out of Union Station.