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Larimer Square, 3 Ways



With interactive art museums, local cuisine bites, and discounted shopping, there are multiple reasons to check out one of Denver’s most popular spots this summer.

1. Local fare

Slow Food Nation

July 13 – July 15

Lovers of local fare and supporters of natural food production unite at the second annual Slow Food Nation. This environmentally-conscious festival spotlights the importance of enlightening consumers to know their food comes from and to inspire modifying unhealthy eating habits. Throughout the event one can expect to sample from variations of local honey, farm-to-table style vendors, and participate in workshops to learn more about how to bring these cooking techniques to their own kitchen.

2. Al fresco dining

Dining Al Fresco on Larimer Square
July 21, August 18 and September 15

Gather under hanging lights and dimly lit outdoor tables as restaurants open up their patios to the streets of Larimer Square for a plein air feast. The dining experience will feature award-winning local restaurants from Troy Guard’s Hawaiian-inspired TAG to Frank Bonanno’s contemporary Italian Osteria Marco. USA TODAY called this bit of Denver real estate one of the Top 10 places to dine al fresco in the country. To book a table for this event, contact participating restaurants directly.

3. Sidewalk shopping

Larimer Square Sidewalk Sale
September 14 and September 15

A shopping lover's dream becomes a reality at the annual Larimer Square Sidewalk Sale. The event will feature products from Denver native stores like Haliee Grace Boutique, Scarpeletto Shoes, and Moda Man. Whether it’s vintage embroidered cowboy boots, effortlessly chic sundresses, or luxury suits, bring something home for up to 75 percent off from one of the 20 unique retail participants.

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