marut

marut

June 25, 2021
Rated 5.0

Excellent wood-fired pizza! Cool atmosphere in an old 100-year-old mill with lots of old cola signs. Nice hidden gem.

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August 12, 2018
Rated 5.0

Be sure to check out the outside garden! Fun trails to walk through on either side of the parking lot entrance, absolutely packed with pollinator-friendly plants. If you’re lucky, you may even see one of the cute bunnies that call the space home :) Great use of a space that would normally just be boring “landscaping”. We managed to get there during a butterfly release. It was magical! And as Southerners in an arid climate, we enjoyed the humidity!

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August 12, 2018
Rated 4.0

Beautiful way to see the Flat Irons! Getting into the parking lot was a little difficult and it was super crowded even on a Monday. Apparently you are also expected to pay for parking via an app, but we didn’t notice the signs until we were leaving — they are super tall with tiny writing and not in every section of the parking area. Pretty confusing! Other than that, it was a nice stop and a great place to get in a few walking miles and photo ops. We went in August and there were still a bunch of pretty wildflowers :)

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August 12, 2018
Rated 5.0

We are from the South, the homeland of biscuits, so we had to check this place out while in Denver. It did not disappoint! I had The Lola, a large biscuit sandwiched with fried chicken, honey butter, and bacon, then covered in maple syrup. Yum! The chicken wasn’t quite your typical Southern fried chicken, but it was good and the honey butter was the best I’ve ever had. The decor is awesomely retro and they had a walk-up window for the pizza side of the business. Great place to get fueled up before a busy day exploring Colorado! The neighborhood behind it was also a cool place to drive around and check out the beautiful homes. Wish we had gone back to try the pizza. Next time :)

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August 12, 2018
Rated 5.0

Nice stop! Beautiful setup with large information kiosk detailing the historical significance. Reading the other reviews, I’m sad we didn’t venture further into town. Next time!

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August 12, 2018
Rated 4.0

Easy to find and there were a few parking spots nearby if you don’t mind walking a little ways. Not sure why people are complaining about the location — it’s an open space near an intersection, pretty typical of a statue :) Love the idea behind the statue! My only concern is that she’s due for another coat of paint soon. Other than that, a cute quick stop!

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August 12, 2018
Rated 3.0

Easy entry, no gate or locked areas when we went. Cool place for unique photo ops, though it was completely covered in trash. Pretty sad that the city isn’t doing anything to restore it. Looked like there was a similar property across the street that was in better condition but not accessible.

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August 12, 2018
Rated 5.0

Fun photo op! Impressive in size and beautifully detailed up close. We parked right by it and walked right up to it.

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August 12, 2018
Rated 5.0

Very good food and an interesting history! Our appetizer and entrees were delicious, and the beer obviously was excellent, being a Bavarian restaurant. Not very busy on a Saturday night in August so we enjoyed a quiet dinner. Small outside area and lots of parking out to the side.

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August 12, 2018
Rated 5.0

This place is INSANE! If you have adventurous kids, they will love it! I have no idea how they pass city code with all the caged tunnels and things (some soaring high onto the domed roof, eek!), but it is beyond impressive. It is fun for adults too just walking around, grabbing a drink, enjoying some art — and if you’re small enough, perhaps even going through the cages and slides yourself. There is also a floor where they’ve lovingly salvaged architectural pieces (some absolutely gigantic) from 1800s era buildings that were demolished.

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