Econo Lodge Denver International Airport
15900 E. 40th Ave
Aurora, CO 80011
Phone: (303) 373-1616
Fax: (303) 373-5906
15900 E. 40th Ave, Aurora, CO, US, 80011
- Phone: (303) 373-1616
- Fax: (303) 373-5906
Bars & Cafes
For all things Mexican, come dine at the La Sandia Candia. The restaurant is located in the shopping center, The Shops at Northfield Stapleton. The fish tacos, tamales and guacamole are all exceptionally good. Besides happy hours, the restaurant also has several other specials, so check before you order. Don't miss out on the tequila, sangria or martini!
The Tavern Lowry is a hot favorite in the neighborhood. The menu features dishes of Mediterranean and Latin influences. Especially on game night, it is tough to get a seat in here, so it would be advisable to make a reservation. The Tavern also hosts private events. Call for further information.
This cheery pub is one of the oldest Irish pub in the Denver metro area; needless to say it's a hot spot for live music, theme nights and general camaraderie. The draft beers include many Irish favorites, including Harp, Bass and, of course, Guinness. Live music is played on the weekends and energetic patrons fill the dance floor. The pub is also a great center for events throughout the year, including St Patrick's Day celebration and a Super Bowl Pot Luck. Be sure to check the website and avail of the many nightly drinks specials.
The English Teacup might seem out of place in the Korean-heavy part of Aurora where it is found but don't worry; it's one of the top most authentic British restaurants in Denver, and one with a store to back it up! Serving everything from traditional high teas to meat pies, crumpets, pasties, and trifle, the English Teacup is affordable and delicious for anyone looking for British comfort food. The small store section of the restaurant includes a traditional British sweets section, where you can buy everything from Jelly Babies to Milky Bars. They also have a non-perishable entrees section, and plenty of British drinks including Irn Bru. Bone china tea sets, art, and memorabilia are also available. The English Teacup is a bit out of the way, but worth a trip for all Anglophiles.
Home of 100 rolls is how Banzai Sushi is known best. Sushi is undoubtedly the specialty of the restaurant but with their innovative and varied takes on the traditional Japanese delicacy. With over a 100 varieties of sushi to choose from, choices are made easy with platters that include combinations of 3-4 different rolls. And to go with, a selection of sake including the popular Nigori blend known for its sweetness and infusion of fruit flavors. And to complete Asian-inspired events elsewhere, they also provide off-site catering services.
An old hole with a new name, this sports grill was part of a local chain called Jackson's Hole until 1999. New owners raised the bar, so to speak. Since then, it has earned a reputation as one of the city's top places to go for sports with its numerous televisions and its pool and dart spots. Happy Hour is Monday through Friday from 4 to 6:30pm, with a free buffet thrown in on Fridays. With relatively cheap drinks and no cover charge, that price can hardly be beat for a fun evening of slurping and sleeve-wiping. Charge! -Theresa Ludwick
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature bread sticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over.
Despite it's location in the older area of Glendale, Prickly Pete's Patio Sports Bar is one of the most welcoming, friendly bars in the Denver area. Offering a typical sports bar experience with a Latino atmosphere, Prickly Pete's is affordable, fun, and just enough out of the way to avoid being crowded (while still being easy to get to). The menu includes the usual burgers, wings, BLTs, fajitas, and tacos, and drinks. Furthermore, the patrons and staff are friendly, and what little there is, is delicious. With nightly theme trivia and game nights, special game day events, and nightly food and drink specials and happy hours, Prickly Pete's is sure to put even the prickliest customer in a great mood.
All that comes to mind when you think about Goosetown Tavern is a siren pitcher overflowing with chilled beer—absolutely tempting! However, when you do visit this bar, you would be impressed with it's pool tables, 16 micro-brews on tap and palatable food along with a full bar to serve you till late. In case you want to spice up your day, you can try their Jager shots along side gorging the Sriracha pizza they serve here; it's fervent flavor and delicious toppings would leave you swishing with delight!
With a Wild West theme, this brick walled bar promotes fun, warmth and comfort. The Atomic Cowboy offers tasty bar bites, beer and other beverages along with scheduled happy hours, trivia nights and also pool tables to keep you occupied. Located in the same premises of Fat Sully’s Pizza and the Denver Biscuit Company, one can also order delish food from these eateries while downing a few drinks here. Whether it is to watch a game or hang out with your gang, the Atomic Cowboy will keep you entertained.
Hooked On Colfax is a decent place to enjoy brilliant espresso, brewed from the finest coffee here. The atmosphere over here would truly transport you to a completely relaxed zone, where you can enjoy your sips while checking out those old books, arrayed in the book shelf. The place also has free WiFi, so you may as well enjoy a refreshing chat with your friend online. All said, this coffee house prides itself as one of the best in the city; ritzy couches, carved chairs and capacious meeting room in the basement makes this niche truly special.
The Shoppe is a dream come true for anyone visiting Denver with a sweet tooth. The Shoppe is a bakery specializing in cupcakes, cupcakes, and more cupcakes! Their cupcake selection is staggering with traditional and exotic flavors ranging from Bailey's Irish Cream, Snickerdoodle, Samoa, Salted Caramel, and, of course, Death By Chocolate. There's even an option to order "zipper" cupcakes which come with a gift inside! If cupcakes aren't your thing, don't worry. There's also plenty of pies, cereals, and specialty drinks to satisfy all tastes. The Shoppe also caters to private parties and weddings upon request. So, if you need to make your event unique, give them a call!