Denver’s RiNo Art District

Take a stroll down Larimer Street in RiNo to find some of Denver’s most artistic eateries, bars, galleries and shops.

Illustration by Kara Fellows.

1. Denver Central Market

A RiNo classic and Denver favorite, Denver Central Market is an upscale food hall with everything from a creamery to a butchery to a fish market. Get lost in the number of mouthwatering food choices and take home some fresh cuts and loaves of bread for tomorrow

2. Larimer Lounge

Stop in and grab a drink, meet with friends, and, of course, support both local and touring artists at this lively, yet intimate venue. As a staple to the Denver’s music scene, it’s easy to catch a glimpse of talented artists on the rise and even find your new favorite band.

3. Beckon

Take a seat at Beckon to experience multiple courses of worldly inspired food and beverage from classically trained chefs and avid travelers. The menu combines the old and the new with beverages to take your meal from delightful to exquisite.

4. Crema Coffee House

Check out this casual, fun, and friendly coffee house for warm and positive vibes with daily fresh food options and local coffee roasts. Whether it’s a to-go order or a sit-down visit, enjoy the welcoming community of other coffee-lovers and artisans alike.

5. Barcelona Wine Bar

Celebrate Spanish culture in this warm and welcoming tapas bar with a menu full of clean flavors, seasonal ingredients and rustic small plates. Also find the perfect pairing to your meal from an award-winning selection of wines from Spain and South America.

6. Modern Nomad

In this experiential shopping journey, find ten small, locally owned businesses by self-funded, first-time business owners. This shopping goldmine is a 5,500 square foot warehouse turned into the ideal space to roam, mingle and be inspired by the selection of home, body, garden, and lifestyle items.

7. Right Cream

This new, 2020-born ice cream shop, surprises Denver locals and visitors with their unique flavors churned by ice cream connoisseur David Right. With new flavors each week, they sell out quickly, so make sure to drop in early.

8. Rye Society

Rye Society takes the classic neighborhood deli and flips it into a gourmet experience with made-from-scratch Jewish cuisine from old family recipes. Stop in for New York-style comfort foods with local and sustainably sourced ingredients.