Denver dining looks different this summer than ever before.
Larimer Square and Glenarm Place are the first blocks downtown to shut down their streets entirely, allowing restaurants to open up outside. Currently, inside dining is limited to 50% capacity. Restaurant owners are getting creative, expanding outside with temporary patios.
The city has responded to the interest in al fresco dining by granting 85 permits so far for temporary outdoor expansions. The Know keeps an up-to-date list, by neighborhood, of restaurants taking advantage of the beautiful summer weather. Make sure not to miss the chance to dine under the Colorado skies!
– Margot Calmar, The 100 Companies