Foxfield Bars and Restaurants
What more could you ask for than you live is a place that is very close to paradise. The town of Foxfield is located close to Denver and the Rocky Mountain National Park. Just stand in one place and breathe in deeply and look around. You will be amazed as you gander upon large horse properties and mountain views. There is an independent spirit that exists in this area that it doesn't take long to take note of. But one of the beautiful things about Foxfield is that it has a thriving commercial district but at the same time it has been able to maintain its small town atmosphere. Since incorporating in 1994, the town has been able to accomplish many things to make it that much more attractive including residential developments, road improvements, the construction of a water system and much more. There is an annual event called the fourth of July parade and picnic which is attended by most residents and many visitors. And having the Rocky Mountain National Park right nearby provides access to one of the natural wonders of the world. The park is the perfect place for hiking trails, scenic drives, wildlife watching, picnicking, horseback riding and of course camping. And after all of this activity, you are going need to have your limo bus drive you over to one of the quality establishments below or head over to nearby Centennial for some more great dining options.
Parkway Bar & Grill
22775 E Aurora Pkwy, Aurora, CO 80016
There are places you can eat where you basically are just surviving. That will not be the case when you venture into this location. The kitchen staff is very talented and they know how to cook everything listed on the menu so that it has the most flavor. And speaking of the menu, you are not going to believe how large this menu is. Get ready to make a choice from great crab cakes to mouth watering ribs to fantastic fish and chips. Even the burgers are exceptional. But as good as everything is, what you are going to love just as much are the prices.
McCabe's Irish Bistro & Pub
6100 S Main St, Aurora, CO 80016
What an absolutely beautiful interior. The large dining area and the warming fireplace is all you need to feel cozy and warm and comfortable. And your eyes are going to bug out when you get a glimpse of the absolutely exquisite Victorian themed dark wood bar. If there is an opening on the deck, we urge you to take it for a great view while you dine. The menu includes some very unique choices including Sirloin Shepherd's Pie which is full of flavor. You are not going to want to miss this experience and we know that after just one visit you will be hooked.
Goal Line Grill
16728 E Smoky Hill Rd, Unit 11C, Aurora, CO 80015
Your experience here needs to start with one of the highest quality Bloody Mary's that you have ever consumed in your life. if we could define this establishment, we would definitely call it a neighborhood dive bar. And that would not be a put down, it would actually be a term of endearment. The food is always cooked to your specifications and we guarantee you that you have never had a burger like the one served up here. The wings will fill you up and the entertainment will keep you smiling and laughing. We can't think of a problem with this venue so try it out.
Dad and Dudes Breweria
6730 S Cornerstar Way, Aurora, CO 80016
There are so many good things to say about this establishment. First, the food. The menu items are always well cooked and the quality is very consistent. It really doesn't matter what you order whether it is the pizza, burger, wings or the green chile, everything is tasty and of a high quality. There is a decent beer selection. We suggest that you sample the grapefruit ipa. Talk about an amazing taste that will give you a nice kick. The environment is relaxed and the area is large enough that you will not feel like you are being closed off or too close to another patron.
Dry Dock Brewing
15110 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO 80014
This brewery has become so popular in the area that it keeps growing and having to expand. The production numbers are staggering here. They produced 12,000 barrels of beer in one year. The brewers here actually can their own home fleet of beers including Amber Ale, Hop Abomination, Wheat Beer, Sour Apricot and Apricot Blonde. You are going to want to take up residence in their tasting room. That is where all of the fun begins. So, our suggestion is that you visit this wonderful venue at your earliest convenience and take your time with your choices and with your consumption.