To put some facts behind the area's reputation, we went digging in crime stats.
The owner is also looking for new locations in Denver and other U.S. cities.
Everything you love about The Cherry Cricket is now available in downtown Denver.
We're living in a city open for business 20 hours a day. Could it be 24? Should it be?
"Like, we will have a slushy machine on the roof."
Baseball season is here, and this year Denver's most iconic burger joint is getting in the game.
Waiting for a table at Los Chingones is going to be a lot more pleasant from now on.
Nearly two years since Argyll left at 17th and Park, Stoney's Uptown Joint is open.
It's more Caribbean-adjacent. They're calling it "calypso."
"You used to have an interview, bring the person in, eye-to-eye contact, seeing the guy’s not a serial killer. But nowadays ... "
With the new year less than a month away, there are more than a dozen new bars, restaurants and breweries with openings slated for next year.
Downstairs, a re-purposed boiler room offers cheaper, late-night fare. Upstairs, a single shot of (very special) whisky can run $350.
Beneath the control tower that once helped guide planes in and out of Denver now sits a new and very different Denver institution: Punch Bowl Social.
We've been hearing for months about all the things you'll be able to eat. Now it's time to talk drinks.
The Goosetown Tavern has more food to offer and Kitchen Table Café has a new home.
How many cocktails would it take to convince you to drop $2,500 on a pair of Jordans?
Just nine short months after Jake's Sports & Spirits closed for good at 38th and Walnut streets, RiNo Beer Garden is open for business.
Kendra Anderson knew two years ago that she was going to open a bar in RiNo and that it would be different from the others around it.
Oskar Blues Fooderies is expanding its beery empire again, signing a 10-year lease at 1630 Market St. in downtown Denver.