While you?re busy pondering the sweets-themed quotes on the walls or wondering whether the vanilla-hued light fixtures really taste like vanilla, you might notice something: there's a lot of candy at Sugarlicious Candy. Kids and adults alike will rejoice in sweets from every era, including chocolate-covered gummy bears, Swedish licorice, and packages of gum printed with irreverent quips. For a taste that?s close to home, indulge in one of the store's many made-in-Colorado treats. You can even pair your flavorful purchase with a sweet accessory, such as a cuff bracelet or coin purse.
Aspen Juice preserves the nutritional value of its produce by the cold-pressing process. Unlike blending, this technique doesn't create any unwanted heat or oxygen, resulting in smooth and tasty beverages. Indeed, the process itself is important, but so are the actual fruits and veggies. Aspen Juice sources those from local, Colorado-based producers and makes sure they're organic whenever possible. The resulting menu features juices designed for numerous purposes, including immune system health, detoxification, and energy. One energy elixir packs kale, cucumber, pineapple, mint, and ginger into every sip, making it the perfect boost for busy professionals and cyborgs with low batteries.
For more than 27 years, chefs at Rodney's have manned grills within the cozy basement eatery, unfurling a menu of steak-house cuisine headlined by tender slabs of aged, USDA-choice meats. Hearty hunks of sirloin, filet mignon, and slow-roasted prime rib sate appetites and tone wrists' abs alongside a colossal cheese- and bacon-swathed baked potato that the Denver Westword included among its 100 Favorite Dishes of 2010. In addition to its prized steaks, the neighborhood eatery's kitchen dispenses hefty sandwiches and elegant seafood, such as fresh Atlantic salmon and shrimp, and its full bar unleashes a spectrum of cocktails.