Earlier this month, Dave and I had the wonderful opportunity to meet up with friends and hang out in Denver and Boulder for a couple of days. It’s been a few years since I’ve been to the area, and I was getting a little antsy here in Florida…so this was super exciting! Here are a few highlights from just our first day wandering around Denver:
Ramen is all the craze!
We started the day with a stop at JINYA Ramen Bar, where I got a spicy chicken ramen, Dave built his own ramen bowl, and we also got gyoza and jalepeno corn.
Also at JINYA, we tried the sake flight featuring a regular sake, hibiscus sake, and other flavors made locally.
We then headed over to Larimer Square, which had colorful Pride flags strung across it.
It started raining during our wander, so we stopped in to Corridor 44 at Larimer Square to wait it out and try a champagne flight.
A terrifyingly huge sculpture in the garden of the Performing Arts Complex.
A closer view of the sculpture…I found it both cool and a little scary
Art on an electrical box
Part of a mural featuring birds and flowers
Part 2 of the mural featuring birds and flowers
There’s cool art everywhere—in creative spots, like on this ramp
Some more of the ramp flowers
We finished the night at Colorado Sake Co., which was recommended by server at JINYA.
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