Reader: Stapletonians have nearly ruined Station 26
Station 26 is at home in Stapleton.
There's no better way to enjoy a beautiful Colorado day than sitting outside in the sunshine, enjoying one of Colorado's liquid assets: craft beer. Fortunately, there are dozens of great brewery patios along the Front Range. Some are intimate backyard spaces, others are expansive parks. And some, like Station 26, could double as a daycare center, according to one reader. See also:Celebrate American craft beer on one of these ten great patios
I love their beer but Stapletonians have nearly ruined Station 26. This is a brewery, not a playground, idiots -- control your children and keep an eye on them. The only bright spot in this is that when my son is old enough to run around, you've all given me glaring examples of how NOT to be a parent.
Have you been to Station 26? At what restaurants do you see the worst-behaved kids? The worst-behaved parents?
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