Denver’s Lower Downtown district — LoDo to locals — has undergone a transformation in recent years as a hip and happening neighborhood attracting locals and visitors alike to sample its trendy restaurants, bars, cafes and cool stores. Stretching from Larimer Square and its elegant Victorian buildings to Union Station and the Dairy Block (both indoor “micro districts”), LoDo is a vibrant district full of craft breweries and wine bars, farm-to-table organic restaurants, bison burger joints, modern Mexican and an array of American and ethnic cuisine. This all makes these three areas popular meet-up hubs to hang with friends, listen to outdoor concerts, and catch the art scene that includes extensive and vibrant graffiti murals in nearby RhiNo, Denver’s River North district.

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