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76. Wynkoop Brewery: Wynkoop is rumored to be the oldest brewery in Denver, and is partially owned by Mayor John Hickenlooper.  
77. Buckhorn Exchange: The place to go for adventurous eating; rattlesnake, elk, buffalo, and venison are on the menu, alongside regular s...  
78. Denver Chop House: A really good but reasonably-priced steakhouse in the LoDo area, right across from Coors Field. They also brew and ...  
79. Coors Field: Home to Denver's baseball team, the Colorado Rockies.  
80. WaterCourse Foods: A busy vegetarian cafe that offers food designed to satisfy skeptical carnivores as well as strict vegans. They are...  
81. Bonnie Brae Ice Cream: The best ice cream in Denver, and according to some locals, the best in the whole country! And, the myriad of flavo...  
82. Colorado Cannibal, The: Alfred Packer was one of a handful of people in the US ever convicted of cannibalism. But, in defense of the malign...  
83. Dinosaur Ridge: Part of an area known as "The Dinosaur Freeway", a ridge of 100 million year old sandstone that in the long-bygone ...  
84. Green Mountain: The first mountain to mark the transition between the plains and the foothills of the Rockies. A popular destinatio...  
85. Red Rocks Park: A park and amphitheatre run by the city od Denver. From June to September, this is the place to catch a concert whi...  
86. Tattered Cover: A large, three-story bookstore in LoDo. The decor is reminiscent of an old library, even though the store itself is...  
87. McGuckin Hardware: A local legend in the form of a huge hardware store that carries everything from hammers to household items. There ...  
88. Byers-Evans House, The: A historic red brick mansion (circa 1883) that in the past served as home to two of the more prominent Denver famil...  
89. Molly Brown House, The: Once the house of the woman dubbed "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" (because she was one of the survivors of the sinkin...  
90. Capitol Hill: An artsy neighborhood just east of downtown that juxtaposes the terminally hip over a background of strip malls. Lu...  
 
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A Brooklyn event that's kind of like the Alaskan Iditarod, only instead of dogs and sleds, they use people (idiots) and shopping carts. Idiotarod 2010 takes place on January 30th.

One of the more unpleasant nicknames for Augusta, Georgia.

A case of beer.

The old elevated freight train tracks that run up the west side of Manhattan have now been turned into a public city park with gardens, lounge areas, and great views of the city.

Coffee with cream and sugar.