Coming to Denver for 420 this year?
You’ll easily find a place to stay if you look on Bud and Breakfast’s 420-friendly rental site. There are marijuana hotels, cannabis-friendly rentals in Denver and the surrounding areas for you to book and stay at.
2030 West 30th Avenue, Denver, CO 80211
Who doesn’t want to linger while high?
Linger offers something for everyone and their theme is diversity. You’ll find something on the menu from every part of the world. European, Asian, American, African and Middle eastern cuisines are joined with ingredients sourced from local and sustainable farms.
Let’s just say this joint offers more than your average hot dog. We’re talking brats made out of boar, elk, antelope. Still too tame? How about some rattlesnake brat? If it’s meat, and you can eat it, there is a gormet brat made out of it. And not just thrown into a bun either—grilled to perfection and topped with secret sauce.
1600 West 33rd Avenue, Denver, CO 80211
Root down aims to connect the neighbourhood to a dining experience in the same way that ingredients are connect to food. Well, at least that’s what it says on their website. All we know, is that it tastes really good.
With a focus on organic, locally and naturally-sourced ingredients—Root Down actually has two gardens of their own onsite that provide the kitchen with seasonal veggies—you know that you will arrive hungry and leave satisfied.
Highlands: 2651 W 38th Ave.
If you are visiting Denver to go to the Cannabis Cup this year, you can stop here on your way through in the morning for a great breakfast. Well, really it is all about the Cafe con Leche, as your’ll not find a better one outside of Cuba.