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- 81%Nightlife Lovers
- 80%Luxury Travelers
- 80%Family Travelers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 51%Business Travelers
Member Reviews (23)
- Larimer SquareMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 4Nov 27, 2013
Larimer Square is very close to the 16 street mall. It's not really a true square in that it doesn't have an open pedestrian walkway. Larimer Street itself is lined with bars, cafes and restaurants and can get quite busy on weekend nights.
- Larimer SquareMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 6Nov 06, 2013
Larimer Square is a must see-must do when you come to Denver. With its twinkling overhead lights and historic charm, the fabulous restaurants and shopping will have you coming back for more. We have too many favorite restaurants on Larimer to just name one so we'll name them all: Osteria Marco, TAG, Toms Urban 24, Capital Grille, Euclid Hall and Tamayo are just to name a few. There's also a great nightlife here. For a glass of champagne before you hit the club go to Corridor 44 then walk down to Suite 200 for some dancing and bottle service. There's normally some sort of event going on in this Square like the Chalk art festival or Oktoberfest which makes this a hot spot any time of year!
- Larimer SquareAug 10, 2012
It's hard to imagine the gritty streets of Larimer Square the way Jack Kerouac wrote in ON THE ROAD, with beatniks hanging out, and the chance of running into an old friend from the east coast a possibility.
Now a gentrified shopping area, Larimer Square is part of the LoDo (lower downtown) area of Denver; very easy to get to. Cute, expensive, shops line the well decorated square. It's a good place for lunch or to hang with a fancier crowd for cocktails.
- Larimer SquareMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Jul 04, 2012
A block of historic buildings housing lots of good restaurants and shopping. It's a bit misleading that it's called Larimer Square -- that made me, at least, think it was an actual neighborhood (or even an actual square around a park or something) -- since it really is just one block of street. However, it's still a nice area with lots of upscale local businesses.