Patio of the Day

The Sky's the Limit: Moon Time

Summertime, and the living is breezy. Denver diners and drinkers are obsessed with patios -- and restaurateurs are obsessed with giving them what they want. Whether it's just a couple of chairs stuck out on the sidewalk or acres of elaborate decks, almost every joint in town has an outdoor option. So through the summer, we'll be sharing some of our favorites.

We would have posted our Patio of the Day earlier, but, um, we were busy researching our Patio of the Day. And it's easy to lose track of time when you're on the roof of Moon Time, at 846 Broadway.

Tucked above the top floor of the bar, this patio boasts a wonderful view to the west, plenty of protected tables, and a great sense of getting away from all our worries back down on the ground floor. And when you're experiencing Moon Time by the light of a full moon, such as the one expected tonight, the sky's the limit.

Moon Time Bar & Grill 846 Broadway 303-831-4034

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