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KATE'S BACHELORETTE PARTY

August, 2008 in Denver
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Hotels:

Curtis Hotel

1405 Curtis St
Denver, CO, United States

Restaurant:

Gelazzi - Gelato Italiano Cafe

1411 Larimer St
Denver, CO 80202, US

Restaurant:

The Corner Office Restaurant + Martini Bar

1401 Curtis Street
Denver, CO, United States

"Great cocktails in the evening, great BREAKFAST in the morning!!!"

Restaurant:

Two Fisted Mario's Pizza

1626 Market St
Denver, CO, United States

"Hours: Sun-Wed 11am-2am, Thu-Sat 11am-3am In Short The small dining room with black, gold and red walls and abstract paintings that seem to drip from their canvases gives this spot the feel of a carnival fun house. Laid-back employees serve up slices of pie and are willing to chat about music or the club scene. The menu has East Coast-style, thin-crust slices and pies. Crispy crusts are piled high with fresh toppings. Calzones, salads and beer round out the menu."

Restaurant:

Via

1801 Wynkoop St # 150
Denver, CO, United States

Restaurant:

Wazee Supper Club

1600 15th St
Denver, CO, United States

Bars:

Coyote Ugly Saloon

500 16th St # 350
Denver, CO, United States

"Coyote Ugly Saloon is the most famous bar in the United States and is now in 14 locations across the country. The Coyote Ugly legend began with a girl, a dream, and a little bit of Wild Turkey. In 1992, Liliana "Lil" Lovell, a 24-year-old Wall Street apprentice-turned-bartender was living a good life. She was doing a job she loved, making money, and gaining notoriety for her antics on the bar as well as behind it. Tired of working for other people, she was ready to make her move. The plan was simple: open her own bar, make money, and have fun doing it. Determined not to let anyone or anything get in her way, she drew up a business plan [beautiful girls + booze = money]."

Bars:

Double Daughter's Salotto - Bars - 1632 Market St, Denver, CO, United States

Double Daughter's Salotto

1632 Market St
Denver, CO, United States

"Mario's Double Daughter's Salotto, regarded as the most enchanting lounge experience in Denver, has developed its non-smoking atmosphere as the fundamental source for engaging Down-Tempo Turntablists and brilliantly inspired artist exhibits. Complete with fantastical trees, glowing doves, intimate seating amid grandiose red tear-shaped booths, Double Daughter's Salotto and its exceptionally gracious staff offer some of the most truly whimsical cocktails and eclectic wines in Denver. Conveniently situated next door to Two-fisted Mario's, pizza is always served. In Short The wrought-iron and black-draped backdrop around the perimeter of the bar highlights a collection of blood-red, drop-shaped booths as eerily glowing doves flit about overhead. Named for the conjoined twin daughters of carnie and entomologist Mario Guccio, the bar stands out among LoDo's dance clubs and sports bars by featuring local art and, DJs spinning trance and new wave and macabre cocktails like the Rabid Monkey and Severed Goat's Head."

Bars:

Fado Irish Pub

1735 19th St # 150
Denver, CO, United States

"Fad"

Bars:

Michelangelo's: A Coffee & Wine Bar

1 Broadway
Denver, CO, United States

Bars:

Nallen's Irish Pub

1429 Market St
Denver, CO, United States

"Hours: Daily 2pm-2am In Short Afternoons and early evenings are the best times for savoring a quiet pint at this friendly Larimer Square pub. In addition to Irish stout, the house pours a list of British beers and a few local craft drafts. The scotch selection is good and reasonably priced. Nallen's serves no food, but visitors can order pizzas from the Old Chicago next door. We came up from Phoenix for vacation in Denver. Before we came to Denver we researched the local Irish pubs in 303 and Nallen's was highly recommended. Thank-you to all of you who recommended it. The staff was fabulous, friendly and very accommodating. Sara, our server and from Ireland, was on top of it, very friendly and helpful. Prices were more than reasonable, a wide selection of brews and liquor, and authentic atmosphere. While we were there we ran into a bit of twilight-zone situation (a jealous woman threw a bottle of beer at her husband who happened to be talking to us) and my girlfriend was cut by the glass of the bottle. The staff was immediately responsive and very concerned for her health. They took her back and fixed her up rightly. They promptly replaced our beers and were genuinely concerned with her well being. We will be here for the St. Paddy's Day festivities and you can bet we will be at Nallen's. It's good to know that there still exists a pub that honestly cares about their patrons. Nallen's holds a very special place in both of our hearts. Oh, by the way, hot-hot clientle all around. Pros: Authentic atmosphere, friendly service, good prices. Cons: Parking, but its downtown whatya gonna do?"

Bars:

Ninth Door

1808 Blake St
Denver, CO, United States

Bars:

Scruffy Murphy's

2030 Larimer St
Denver, CO, United States

"In Short Dimly lit by Old World street lamps and decorated with a variety of Irish knickknacks, this pub attracts everything from couples and professionals to punk-rock youngsters and singles looking to mingle. The charming fireplace and Irish folk or rock music provide ambiance, while customers munch on dishes such as shepherd's pie, Guinness beef stew and toasted sandwiches. Cocktails and wine are served, but most patrons choose to down a pint of Newcastle or Killian's. When to Go On weekends, this place can get pretty packed. It's a good idea to arrive early to snag yourself a table."

Bars:

Sing Sing

1735 19th St # 100
Denver, CO, United States

"The Scene Raucous and sometimes raunchy partiers take to the dance floor--and occasionally the stage--incited by two singing pianists. Alcohol flows freely throughout the smoky chamber flanked by bars on each end, while brazen bachelorettes, cozy coworkers and college enthusiasts chime in loudly. The multitalented onstage entertainers take requests (and money) for songs from the '50s to the present--patrons with the most cash win. The Draw For people craving entertaining ways of celebrating big birthdays, upcoming weddings or similar life-changing events, this is the spot to let it all hang loose--and there are plenty of props to make sure it does. Hungry? Old Chicago provides pizzas, pretzels and other snacks, while homemade brews quench patrons' thirst. Signs comparing pianos to breasts and the dueling pianists persuade even the stiffest of suits to lighten up. Look Good Cash is the ticket to ensuring that your requests get played, so visit the ATM by the bathroom to impress your group. The Extras Planning a party? Custom party packages (with confetti, party favors and chilled champagne) can be arranged for just about any occasion."

Bars:

The Lure Lounge

1434 Blake St
Denver, CO, United States

"The Lure is a new lounge in the heart of downtown Denver. Here guests can relax and enjoy exquisite drinks and international organic cuisine in a very visually and physically stimulating atmosphere. Executive Chef Jeremy Roosa has prepared a vibrant new seasonal menu with organic, eclectic dishes such as seared scallops and lamb lollipops. Guests are welcome to a full dining or tapas style experience with wine pairings suggested by the chef or well-experienced servers. We also offer an aggressively priced happy hour on small plates and specialty cocktails. The Lure Lounge is the perfect place for date nights, business gatherings, or a night out with friends. Guests can request a small booth with romantic candlelight, fresh oriental white lilies and fine stemware, or a larger, more casual table with welcoming pillows and room to accommodate a larger party."

Bars:

Tryst Lounge - Bars - 1512 Larimer St, Denver, CO, United States

Tryst Lounge

1512 Larimer St
Denver, CO, United States

"Tryst's gorgeous surroundings and luscious cocktails bring a new flavor to LoDo. A place where the music doesn't drown out the conversation and the focus is beauty--not attitude. This is a new type of lounge; located in the heart of LoDo. In Short With its red walls, flickering candles, shimmery curtains and cozy banquettes, this sleek LoDo cocktail lounge attracts a designer crowd of single city dwellers. Cocktails are delicious and decadent, such as the Lush (champagne, Chambord, Grey Goose vodka and raspberries) or the Key lime pie martini (Stoli vanilla, Midori, cream, pineapple juice and fresh lime). The menu is limited to sushi and desserts, most notably the diabolically rich double chocolate fudge cake. Parking Park in the underground lot in Writer's Square, and Tryst will give you a $3 parking token; it's a lot cheaper than metered street parking and the other paid lots in LoDo."

Bars:

Wynkoop Brewing Co

1634 18th St
Denver, CO, United States

Attraction:

Coors Field

2001 Blake St
Denver, CO, United States

Bridal Shower:

Thompson House Inn & Tea Room - Bridal Shower - 537 Terry St, Longmont, CO, United States

Thompson House Inn & Tea Room

537 Terry St
Longmont, CO, United States

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