Some of Denver’s greatest neighborhoods for food exploration are just a few miles away from the Sheraton Denver Downtown. Read more about LoDo, LoHi, RiNo, Uptown, and AnCo – which neighborhood will you explore first?
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Hop on the 16th Street MallRide in the direction of Union Station to conveniently reach LoDo. The heart of downtown, LoDo is one of the original hubs of food and drink in the city of Denver and is home to some of the city’s most popular shops and restaurants.
Explore this unique, mixed-use historic district. Visit Larimer Square and Union Station – both must-go food places! From Asian bistros to sauce sampling to raw seafood bars, LoDo will not disappoint.
Explore an interactive map of LoDo eats.
LoHi, located adjacent to and northwest of LoDo, proudly boasts the Little Man Ice Cream Shop, the unofficial heart of the LoHi neighborhood. Are the lines worth the wait? See for yourself! Spot the giant milk can from miles away, and taste-test the ever-changing menu of locally made ice cream.
Also in LoHi, fill up on kimchi ramen, breakfast tacos, raw vegan feasts, delectable quail, and most likely any other food to satisfy your adventurous food cravings.
Treat your taste buds using this expert guide.
RiNo, officially known as the River North Art District, infuses art and dining. Admire jaw-dropping street art as you explore the district, and then keep your mouth closed as you munch on both savory and sweet eats.
Plan for a stop at the Denver Central Market – get a lay of the market land before you take your pick (or multiple picks) from a wide selection of vendors. Find a place to settle down as you observe the hustle and bustle of the market. To add even more options to your growing list of things to do, RiNo is home to 11 breweries (and counting)!
Map out RiNo, located north of Uptown and west of LoDo.
Uptown, or North Capitol Hill, is one of Denver’s most walkable neighborhoods. Located east of the Sheraton Denver Downtown, take a stroll through 17th Avenue, dubbed Restaurant Row, where most of the good finds are concentrated. The Avenue is lined with cafes, bistros, fine dining establishments, bars, and more. Sit outside and enjoy Denver’s beautiful fall weather.
Also find Denver’s City Park in this neighborhood – grab something scrumptious from 17th Avenue and make your way to City Park if you fancy a picnic.
See what 17th Avenue has in store.