The Tried-and-True at Stanley Marketplace
A guide for what to do, where to shop and what to eat at the urban bazaar in Aurora
Photos by From the Hip Photo
Since its opening as Stanley Marketplace in 2016, the former-aviation facility has flourished into a communal hot spot on the corner of Dallas and East 25th Avenue in Aurora. The 140,000-square-foot industrial space is occupied by over 50 local businesses, each with their own unique offerings and missions.
Photo by From the Hip Photo
While new happenings are on the horizon for 2020, here’s a guide to some of the reliable tenants at the ever-evolving, ever-tasty and ever-fun marketplace.
Annette at Stanley Marketplace. Photo by From the Hip Photo
Whether it’s the seasonal ingredients, quaint restaurant culture or owner Caroline Glover’s extensive list of cooking accolades, there are quite a few reasons to stop by the two-year-old eatery, Annette. The menu is small with simplistic dishes, just the way Glover likes it for a homestyle, scratch-to-table dining experience.
Roserberg's at Stanley Marketplace. Photo by From the Hip Photo
Early-risers should head to Denver Biscuit Co. for fluffy (and decadent) biscuit dishes, or grab a breakfast sandwich from over-the-counter Rosenberg’s Bagels & Delicatessen known for their true New York-style bagels.
Fly Kickbox at Stanley Marketplace. Photo by From the Hip Photo
Yearning for an updated workout in the new year? From vinyasa flow at Kindness Yoga to fast-paced HIIT routines at Endorphin, those looking for a fresh routine have a bounty of options onsite.
A bonus: get the whole family involved by enrolling kids at Bounce Stapleton, a kids-only dedicated gymnastic studio that hosts both open gyms and instructed classes.
Sterre at Stanley Marketplace. Photo by From the Hip Photo
Peruse the many small businesses throughout the market including the one-of-a-kind trinkets from Trunk Nouveau (great for gift-giving), or treat yourself to a wardrobe upgrade from clothing boutiques like Sterre and June Ruby.
Zero Waste at Stanley Marketplace. Photo by From the Hip Photo
Conscious shoppers should stop by Zero Market, a store committed to zero-waste living with goods like plastic-free body care and household products.
For more information on the marketplace, future events or vendors, visit stanletmarketplace.com.