The Corner Office

10 walkable restaurants after a Denver Center show

 The Corner Office

Downtown Denver affords plenty of post-show dining options within easy walking distance of the Denver Performing Arts Complex

Downtown Denver has numerous restaurants to choose from, and with many Denver Center shows offering early weekday starts, you have plenty of dining options afterward. To help narrow down your choices, here is a list of 10 restaurants that are usually open until at least 11 p.m., ordered by their proximity to the arts complex at 14th and Curtis streets (closest first).

  1. The Corner Office. This sleek restaurant features global comfort food ranging from German Bratwurst to Indian curry to Japanese ramen. It also serves decadent desserts and specialty martinis and cocktails. Located on the corner of 14th and Curtis, The Corner Office is just across the street from the Denver Performing Arts Complex’s iconic arch. It stays open until 12 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 11 p.m. every other day of the week.
  1. Tamayo. Tamayo offers both traditional Mexican fare and dishes with a modern twist. The highlight of this location though, is its selection of more than 100 tequilas, including house-infused flavors such as prickly pear and pineapple sage. It’s only a five-minute walk from your theatre and has rooftop seating with beautiful views of the city and mountains. Open until 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and 10 p.m. every other day of the week. Located at 14th and Larimer streets in Larimer Square.
  1. Corridor 44. Corridor 44 As Denver’s only designated champagne bar, Corridor 44 is the perfect place for a classy late-night out. It also offers bar snacks, sandwiches, salads and desserts, all made to pair well with, yes, champagne. It should only take you six minutes to walk to this lounge located in Larimer Square at 1433 Larimer St.
  1. Rock Bottom. This popular brewpub chain has a lively environment with upscale pub and American food. Even better, it has a $5-and-under after-dark menu that makes for the perfect cheap post-show snack. Show your server your Denver Center ticket stub for one free “Beer of the Day” with any entrée purchase. Only about a seven-minute walk and open until 2 a.m. every day, Rock Bottom is sure to be open even after the DCPA’s latest shows get out. Located at 16th and Curtis streets on the pedestrian mall.
  1. Ocean Prime. This upscale lounge serves sushi, seafood, steaks and desserts. It also has a large selection of drinks including specialty cocktails, champagnes, wines and beers. Open until 11 p.m. on Thursdays and midnight on Fridays and Saturdays but only 10 p.m. the rest of the week. It’s only a seven-minute walk to its location in Larimer Square at 1465 Larimer St.
  1. EDGE Restaurant and Bar. Located inside Four Seasons Hotel Denver, EDGE Restaurant is a progressive American steakhouse with global influences utilizing superior quality meats, locally sourced Colorado game, fresh seafood, and produce from nearby farms. EDGE Bar is a dynamic see-and-be-seen bar featuring expertly handcrafted cocktails, an award-winning wine list, a selection of local craft beers, and a menu of approachable fare.
  1. Stout Street Social. Stout+Street+Social 300 This lively restaurant is perfect for getting a bite to eat, having a drink and socializing after one a show. It serves American food with a variety of wines and cocktails and more than 40 beers to choose from. It takes less than eight minutes to walk to Stout Street Social, located on the corner of 14th and Stout, across the street from the Colorado Convention Center. Open until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays; 1 p.m. all other days of the week.
  1. range. Whereas “New American Cuisine” is a term for upscale, contemporary cooking that combines flavors from America’s melting pot with traditional techniques, “New American West Cuisine” draws its roots from the concept of New American, but narrows its focus primarily to the ingredients, cultural influences and cooking techniques inherent to the Rocky Mountain West. Located at 918 17th St.
  1. STK Denver. STK is one of Denver’s newest restaurants. It’s unique in that it’s a club combined with a steakhouse, so it’s best for the nightlife crowd. Stop by for a delicious meal of seafood or steak, a specialty cocktail and dancing. STK is open until 11 p.m. on Thursdays and midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, and is only about a 10-minute walk. The address is 1550 Market St.
  1. Rhein Haus. This German-style beer hall has the look of a traditionally decorated Bierstuben. It serves authentic German cuisine including sausages, house-made pretzels, pizzas and more. It’s only about an 11 minute-walk 1415 Market St. in Larimer Square. It’s open until 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and 11 p.m. the rest of the week.

Bonus: Hard Rock Cafe. Jump on the free 16th Street Mall bus after a show and in minutes you can be at Denver’s edition of the iconic Hard Rock Cafe, where if you present your Denver Center ticket stub and purchase of an entrée, you will receive a free dessert. Located in the Denver Pavilions at 16th and Welton streets.

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Cast members from 'Motown the Musical' performed at the Hard Rock Cafe in support of The Denver Actors Fund. Hard Rock Cafe. Photo by John Moore.

Cast members from ‘Motown the Musical’ performed at the Hard Rock Cafe in support of The Denver Actors Fund. Hard Rock Cafe. Photo by John Moore.