Marijuana Near The Denver Zoo
Near The Denver Zoo
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Spanning over 80 acres near downtown Denver, the zoo houses over 4,000 animals for their preservation and our education. Originally founded in 1896 the park now sees over 1.6 million visitors each year, making it one of the top paid tourist attractions in the Denver area. From tropical jungle animals to even penguins, the zoo has it all. Along with their dedication to saving animals, they also spend a great deal of time reducing their carbon footprint; in 2011 the Denver Zoo was named the greenest zoo in the country at the world renewable energy forum in 2012. For information on tickets, events and exhibits, click here.
Cannabis Policy & Facts
Cannabis possession and consumption is prohibited within the zoo and on the zoo property. We do not recommend indulging in any cannabis, it would be best to enjoy your cannabis before you come to the zoo. For a full directory of cannabis shops in Colorado, click here.
Founded by a former repo-man, the restaurant specializes in upscale and gourmet hot dogs for everyone to enjoy. Come grab a cold Colorado brew and eat one of his delicious dogs made from exotic meats from around the country. Anything from Alaskan Reindeer to rattlesnake to normal beef, you will leave Jim’s happy, full and surprised.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, The Ale House serves traditional american cuisine with an upscale flair. The restaurant is actually a co-op between Breckenridge Brewery and Wynkoop Brewing Company and is a great way to taste many of their beers and other beers from around the country.
If you are looking for a fine dining experience, Baur’s is the place to be. Located in the theater district of Denver, Baur’s specializes in dishes harking back to the 1930s and the prohibition era. With timeless recipies and classic cocktails, we highly recommend Baur’s for a date or maybe even a business dinner.