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  • The Coffee Lodge

    102 S. Wilcox St. Littleton, CO 80122

  • Crescent Amphitheater

    8350 E. Crescent Parkway Englewood, CO 80111

  • Del Frisco

    Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse

    8100 E. Orchard Road Greenwood Village, CO 80111
    303-796-0100 Del Frisco's exists for one reason and one reason only: to bring huge whacks of 100 percent American corn-fed beef to diners with big appetites and bigger wallets. A swank joint tinged with candlelight and cigar smoke (amid an air of DTC deal-making), Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse is thick with fat-cat atmosphere. Abundant dark wood and killer martinis give off a definite men's-club vibe, as does a price tag that's not for the faint of wallet. Jazz musicians perform every night except Sunday. If you come, bring your gold card, wear your best suit, and be prepared to eat like a cannibal in a room full of sharks. More >>

  • Fiddler

    Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre

    6350 Greenwood Plaza Blvd. Englewood, CO 80111
    303-220-7000 The southeast suburban amphitheater that originally opened as Fiddler's Green in 1988 was later named Coors Amphitheatre and then Comfort Dental Amphitheatre. Now back to its original name and operated by AEG Live, the outdoor venue hosts a variety of nationally known acts each summer, like country superstars (Toby Keith, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley), metal and hard-rock bands (KISS, Iron Maiden) and classic-rock groups (Aerosmith, ZZ Top, Journey), as well as festivals including Mayhem and Ozzfest. The 17,000-seat venue has 7,500 fixed seats and a general-admission lawn section. More >>

  • Illegal Pete

    Illegal Pete's

    5312 DTC Blvd. Greenwood Village, CO 80111
    303-771-2277 Colorado is known for its homegrown big-burrito chains. Illegal Pete's isn't the largest, but it's big on flavor, with a wide-ranging menu that includes everything from standard chicken- and carnitas-based burritos to versions with fish or potatoes as the main event. The ingredients are all carefully balanced before the burrito is wrapped, ensuring that you won't get any bites of just rice or only sour cream. The casual atmosphere might lure you into sticking around for one more beer; it's no surprise that each and every Illegal Pete's outpost is a favorite hangout for somebody. More >>

  • LIFEspot

    7562 S. University Littleton, CO 80122

  • Littleton Symphony Orchestra

    P.O. Box 1208 Littleton, CO 80160

  • Mile High Music Together

    4100 Tennyson St. Englewood, CO 80112

  • Moe

    Moe's Original BBQ & Bowl

    3295 S. Broadway Englewood, CO 80113
    303-781-0414 Moe's Original Bar-B-Que is a Colorado-based chain started by out-of-state transplants, Mike Fernandez, Ben Gilbert and Jeff Kennedy, who met at the University of Alabama and opened up a carry-out barbecue joint at the base of Vail Mountain during the 2002-03 ski season. That little spot has grown into more than a dozen restaurants across the country, including three in the metro area. After the fading Sport Bowl Lanes & Billiards ran its course, Gothic Theatre owner Steve Schalk transformed the space into the Falcon, a sci-fi themed music venue/bowling alley named after the Millennium Falcon. About a year later, the Moe's BBQ guys opened up shop there and the Falcon and Moe's BBQ were one. The hot-pit meats include pulled pork, smoked chicken, smoked turkey, shrimp, catfish, chicken wings and ribs. The traditional sides (baked beans, coleslaw, potato salad) are supplemented by rotating sides-of-the-day specials. This particular Moe's includes a small bowling alley, where you can knock down pins while you scarf down 'cue, as well as to-die-for smoked tofu for the vegetarians in the crowd. More >>

  • Music Mountain Amphitheater

    650 W. Perry Park Ave. Larkspur, CO 80118

  • Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen

    Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen

    7520 E. Progress Place Englewood, CO 80111
    303-740-9449 This Texas-based chain draws inspiration from the vibrant French Quarter in New Orleans, and it attempts to channel that scene in both atmosphere and cuisine. Wooden slats and and brick walls provide the base for the bayou-themed decor in Pappadeaux's low-ceilinged, massive outpost in the Denver Tech Center. Groups flood the place for the seafood-based menu, which includes Louisiana specialties like shrimp creole, crawfish etouffee and gumbo, as well as plenty of fruity, alcoholic beverages. A Sunday brunch buffet invites a veritable orgy of eating, with diners able to sample not just the entrees, but breakfast fare such as pancakes, omelets and much, much more. More >>

  • Steaming Bean Coffee House

    19190 Mainstreet Parker, CO 80134

  • Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts

    304 105 Palmer Lake, CO 80133