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Summer 2017

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30 Western & English Today SUMMER 2017 DINING If you want a taste of the local nightlife with dinner, Denver will not disappoint. Bustling downtown and Larimer Square are close to the Denver Merchandise Mart and have many notable dining options. SPOTS TO SPLURGE The Capital Grille (1450 Larimer St., thecapitalgrille.com) Ocean Prime (1465 Larimer St., ocean-prime.com) BEST SUSHI Sushi Den (1487 South Pearl St., sushiden.net): Every sauce and dish is made from scratch. BEST ETHNIC FOOD Jewel of India (10343 Federal Blvd., Unit P, Westminster, jewelofi ndia.com): Convenient for those staying off 36/Church Ranch or north on I-25. We suggest the hot Chicken Tikka Masala. "ONLY IN DENVER" The Buckhorn Exchange (1000 Osage, buckhorn.com): Founded in 1893, it's one of the oldest eating and drinking establishments in Colorado and Denver's original steakhouse. The Union Station Neighborhood (unionstationdenver.com): This hub offers many options all in one area, from fi ne dining to sandwich shops to cocktail lounges to craft T RAVELING TO TRADE SHOWS CERTAINLY DOESN'T COUNT AS a vacation. But as much work as it can be, there's no reason not to enjoy whatever city you fi nd yourself in. The end of the long shopping or selling day can be rounded out with a nice meal, a refreshing cocktail, and a stellar hotel experience. With major August/September markets coming up in Denver and Dallas, we asked some trade show vets for their standby favorites in each city. TRADE SHOW TRAVEL GUIDE WHERE TO DINE AND UNWIND DENVER breweries. It's a great spot for fi rst-time visitors to assuredly fi nd something to their liking. UNIQUE CONCEPTS Linger (2030 W. 30th Ave., lingerdenver.com): Known for its global small plates, this place used to be a mortuary under the name Olinger, but the owners turned off the O in the sign when the building was repurposed. Lola (1575 Boulder St., loladenver.com): Casual coastal Mexican food is served alongside a vast tequila selection. CLOSER TO THE MART The Red Rooster Cafe (58th/Washington, across from the Mart): A good last-minute breakfast stop. Tamale Kitchen (5650 N Washington, thetamalekitchen.com): Get them smothered in green chile, a delicious Colorado/New Mexico tradition. PHOTOGRAPHY: COURTESY VISIT DENVER

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