Tasty Top Picks for Denver Restaurant Week
For us as self-proclaimed foodies, Denver Restaurant Week is the most wonderful time of the year! In case you are not familiar with Denver Restaurant Week, it is happening from now through March 4 and offers special menus at the Mile High City’s top eateries. Multi-course meals are available at three price points: $25, $35 and $45.
Among participating Denver Restaurant Week establishments, our favorites are listed below.
- Atelier by Radex: Here you can enjoy French-inspired entrees including Canadian wapiti with black currant demi or roasted poulet with shallots and duxelles. The $45 menu also includes an asparagus and watercress parmentier served with a winter salad and...
If you live anywhere near Denver, you probably know of Central Park. But do you really know
Stapleton? For an inside look at Central Park life, a resident shares her “Top 10 Reasons to Live in
Location, location, location: The old adage is true. Location matters. Just a 10 minute drive to
downtown Denver, Central Park has easy access to I-70 and its connections to I-25 and I-225. There is
also an entrance to I-270 for travel to Boulder.
Grade A: Central Park is home to some of the best schools in Denver and across the state. Residents
often comment that the public schools in Central Park are on par with private schools – so Central Park life
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I was fortunate enough to get into the real estate game early. Much earlier than becoming a broker. I had the good fortune of having Mike Jensen, the Ft Collins real estate mogul, as my roommate in college. Mike was in my ear a lot about investing in real estate. He encouraged me to secure a first-time home buyer loan through a local credit union. I had no credit so my father agreed to co-sign. I bought my first investment property in Fort Collins in 1995 with only $3600.
This decision kicked off an incredible real estate education through the act of doing. I would like to share my lessons with you.