After more than two years of development and a seemingly endless wave of excitement, the floors of Aurora’s Stanley Aviation building have officially swapped ejector seats for upmarket eats, wares and cocktails
Stanley is looking to change that with some hip boutiques (do youths still say “hip”?) that’ll impress tourists and locals alike
Aurora mall-walkers have a new venue for such things — the 22-acre Stanley Marketplace — a collective mixture of eateries, shops and activities located in a venerable old building that used to be the old Stanley Aviation manufacturing center
Fun brewing every day Whether it’s innovative Colorado beer wine or booze or top choices from the world, all the bars here are set high
But before aimlessly wandering the market’s three floors of wonder, it’s important to realize that any given gastronomic tour de Stanley is wholly dependent on the time of your visit
A state road map overlaid with a cutout of a marijuana leaf, attached to the word “Colorado,” the print works well in the color green — an obvious choice — but is also available in blue, purple, red or black.
Officials are betting Colfax is on the cusp of major change — the sort of change that will finally see it be home to the mix of trendy restaurants, hip bars and sought-after artists that many have long-dreamed it would
With just a few modifications — and while you can drop several hundred in this area, you really don’t need to if you’re just looking to log a few miles outside of the rare blizzard — you can easily spend all 12 months on two wheels in Colorado.