Things to Do
At Dos Santos in City Park West, the tacos are almost too pretty to eat. Almost.
What to order: The crimini boomers
Costumes and eclectic candy collections aren’t the only ways to get into the seasonal spirit.
What to watch: Oversized spider webs, skeletons on chairlifts at "Screamboat," and evil inflatables are on display around Denver. Whether you’re hosting a spooky celebration or stocking up for trick-or-treaters, decking out your dwelling with funny or frightening Halloween decorations is a must this season.
Two years into the pandemic, we're dusting off the cobwebs that crept into our Halloween plans.
- So we asked: How old is too old and how late is too late to go trick-or-treating?
We all know that feeling of turning to your partner, friends or wondering aloud to yourself — what should we do this weekend?
Well, look no further. Here are our picks for this weekday break.
Our second pandemic Halloween is peeking around the corner, but this year is filled with more optimism and excitement.
Details: After taking a year off from chilling events due to the COVID pause, frightening fun can be found for all. To celebrate the spookiest time of year, we’ve put together a list of Halloween outings across Denver, including a murder mystery, ghost tour, haunted house and music experience.
After more than three years of construction, not to mention last year's pandemic delays, the Denver Art Museum's $175 million renovation is, at last, complete.
What's next: Doors open to the public with a free admission day Oct. 24.
From fall festivals and football to art shows, marathons and more, this weekend in Denver has a little bit for everyone.
What's going on: Watch a Halloween-themed movie on Friday in Greenwood Village’s Marjorie Park, where you can snack on carnival treats, sip hot chocolate and play yard games. Upgraded seats and wine packages are also available.
It's Tuesday, and that means it's taco time.
Details: Today we're featuring El Camino Community Tavern, a frill-free, open and airy spot in West Highland.
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