First Look

First Look: ViewHouse Centennial Offers Room With a View

ViewHouse opened its second location over Labor Day weekend to big crowds looking for big views of Western skies and the Rocky Mountains. While low-hanging clouds may be limiting visibility outside this week, the scenery inside the 20,000 square-foot adult playground is certainly worth a visit, with decor ranging from ski-lodge warmth to nightclub sheen.

The suburban location -- built from the skeleton of the old Traildust Steakhouse -- may mean it's a destination more for the DTC executive set than the younger Ballpark (and ballcap) crowd at the original downtown location, but there's plenty of space (if not parking) for a city's worth of scene-stealers. Photographer Danielle Lirette took a look, inside and out, to capture the views of ViewHouse.

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