Some Downtown Denver Restaurants Starting To See Big Spike In Business – CBS Denver

 Some Downtown Denver Restaurants Starting To See Big Spike In Business – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – Downtown Denver restaurants and bars are on the cusp of a bounceback from the COVID-19 pandemic as the city fully reopens. Business owners were ecstatic to learn Ball Arena can now host full capacity Nuggets and Avalanche games as well as concerts. That, in combination with the MLB All Star Game at Coors Field in July, is setting the scene for a major opportunity.

“Denver is back,” said Tami Door, President and CEO of the Downtown Denver Partnership.

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With the reintroduction of large crowds to arenas and stadiums downtown, many outside agencies are looking at Denver’s bounce back with envy. The Denver Nuggets will host nearly 19,000 fans for the second round of the playoffs. The All Star Game is expected to sell out all events. And, the Avalanche are on the brink of advancing as…

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