March 2015

There are 6 blog entries for March 2015.

Denver Airport Concourse B - Image Credit:,_Concourse_B.jpg

When it comes to airport food, Denver International Airport is ranked in the top 10. Denver International Airport, also known as DIA, got the number 8 spot on the list of a hundred airports in the United States. Thrillist praised them for the variety of food options they offer to travelers.

Overall they offer 72 different eating options including familiar national chains McDonald's, Jamba Juice and Dunkin Donuts. There is also a nice blend of local flavors you will only find in the Colorado area. Here is a quick rundown of some of the restaurants you will find in each section of the airport.

Main Terminal

On the main terminal you will find the Minnesota franchise, Caribou Coffee. If you are looking for a caffeine fueled beverage this is where

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Denver Comic Con is coming up and residents are getting pumped up for this exciting event. It’s happening May 23-25 with a Launch Night Opening ceremony on the 22nd. Take the RTD Transit to the Theatre District/Convention Center Station because the event is taking place in the Colorado Convention Center at 700 14th Street.

Along with big names guest appearances in Comic Books, Film and Television, Animation and Video Games, Comic Con will feature photos with celebrity guests, exhibitors and a great way to spend Memorial Day weekend. Here is a look at the upcoming event.

About Comic Con

It’s a three-day family friendly, pop culture fan convention with the Denver Comic Con and Literary Conference. You’ll experience the best in comics along with

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With Easter coming soon, it’s time to get your reservation in for your favorite Sunday of the year to grab brunch. It’s the day to celebrate friends and family with a good meal and relaxation. Skip the cooking this Easter Sunday and enjoy an amazing meal with no work involved at a few top spots around Denver. Make sure you make your reservation early at these locations around Denver.

Black Pearl – 1529 South Pearl Street

Located on South Pearl Street is the classic neighborhood restaurant Black Pearl. It’s a simple yet elegant restaurant featuring American cuisine. Your family will love the delicious creations like their Monkey Bread made with cream cheese, brown sugar butter glaze and pecans.

Try the Duck Confit Hash Skillet, the Chef’s

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Easter is always an exciting time of year in Denver because it’s the time of year when the weather is looking up and people are ready to get together to have some fun. Along with spring weather, you can enjoy fun activities this time of year like breakfast with the Easter Bunny and Easter egg hunts.

Whether you want to enjoy the sunrise Easter Service at Red Rocks or enjoy delicious Easter Brunch with you family, here is a look at some great ways to celebrate Easter in Denver this April.

Sunrise Easter Service at Red Rocks

If you want to get up early this Easter, check out the sunrise Easter service at this non-denominational service in Red Rocks. On Sunday April 5th, head over to the outdoor amphitheater at 4:30am for the 6am service and

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Warming up by the fireplace is one of the best things about the chilly winter season. Coloradans know that snow isn’t a good enough reason to stay home and it’s the perfect time to check out one of the local bars offering a warm fireplace with your cocktail. Grab your friends, hit these bars and enjoy the beautiful fireplace on your night on the town.

Delaney’s Cigar Bar and Lounge – 1805 Blake Street

Check out Delaney’s Cigar Bar and Lounge on Blake Street. It’s a unique bar offering bowling, cigars and a whiskey all at once. It’s an awesome Irish Pub that offers a comfortable, warm atmosphere where you can sit in a plush seat by the fireplace while sipping your cocktail. This is a local favorite and you can’t beat a bar that sells cigars

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While younger kids are just learning how to ski, you may be wondering where a safe place to take them in Colorado would be. There are actually many great options for kids as far as terrain parks. Whether you want beginner lessons or advanced classes, kids will have a great time learning tricks, techniques and skills to ski like a pro. Whether you want to get the kids lessons or just take the family on a ski trip, here are some great options for terrain parks for kids to enjoy in Colorado.

Breckenridge Ski Resort – 1599 Summit County Road #3, Breckenridge

A kid-friendly resort in Breckenridge is the Breckenridge Ski Resort on Summit County Road #3. It’s a resort that has a school offering classes for kids with themes and activities for little

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