16th Street Mall, Denver
16th Street Mall, Denver - Address, Phone Number
Address: 1001 16th Street, Denver, CO 80265, United States
Time Required: 08:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About 16th Street Mall, Denver
Located in the heart of the City, this mile long Mall has goodies like 40+ outdoor cafes perfect for people watching and to enjoy the pleasant weather, various restaurants with delicious foods to tickle your taste buds and a wide array of shops to give you some retail therapy! Buzzing with activities, pedestrians, artists and shopaholics this is one of the best outdoor mall in Country and is open 24 hours!
It is also home to Denver Pavilions a complex with options to shop, dine or catch up on your favorite movie! (This particular complex is time specific).
There are free mall rides available to take the visitors from one end of the street to another with a stop at every corner. These buses have frequent service just hop on to one of the buses and go explore!
16th Street Mall Information
- Steer clear of beggars around this area.
- Be vigilant if you are planning to visit this area after dark.
16th Street Mall Opening and Closing Hours
- Buzzing with activities, pedestrians, artists and shopaholics, this place is open 24 hours.
How To reach 16th Street Mall by Public Transport
- To get to Mall, take a RTD Bus to 16th Street Mall & Curtis St - Route# 8 and 48.
- Alternatively, take a RTD Bus to 17th St & Arapahoe St (Y Stop) – Route# 10, 28, 28B, 32, 38, 44.
- Free Mall Ride– a bus shuttle that travels from one end of 16th Street to another. Service starts from 5 AM on weekdays, 5:30 AM on Saturdays and 6:30 AM on Sundays and Holidays.
- Bus Routes– 16th Street Mall & Arapahoe St, 16th Street Mall & Curtis St to name a few.
Restaurants Near 16th Street Mall
- Moe's Broadway Bagel
- Boney's BBQ Restaurant
- Little India Restaurant
- Caribou Coffee
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16th Street Mall, Denver Reviews - Write a Review
Super awesome place to spend a nice day outside.... So much going on that you don't even realize how much walking you are doing until you get home and crash.... Great for the soul in all aspects.... Nothing but positive and loving vibes.... Seriously cannot get over how much good energy there is.... Even at the busiest of times!!! Prices are on the high side.... Really think that if they brought prices down a bit.... That they would have people that are visiting spend a lot more cash... I love how a lot of the purchases support the local people.... Not big businesses.... And that if you ventured off u could find hidden gems that offered just as good products but at a fraction of the cost and that were also supporting local people
It is OK. I try to avoid his area when in Denver as it is more of a tourist spot than an area to hang out. There are a lot of restaurants and some good bars, but mostly chains. There has been reports of crime. I have not seen any issues, but the police seem to have very slightly increased their presence.
More homeless roaming than I expected... Restrooms are usable by purchases only, which makes sense, but sucked not knowing before hand. Went at the end of November, there was a Christmas market. Close to ones in Germany, as my boyfriend, who was in Germany for a year, mentioned multiple times. Haha overall decent. Don't think you'll miss much if you don't go. Then again, I didn't have the time to really explore things.
This is a downtown shopping and eating experience. If one is into the urban experience this would be a good place to visit. Good selection of restaurants and bars. One downside is the smell of marijuana can be very pungent at times. I am not a big fan of that particular odor.
Don't love this 'mall' experience as there are lots of shops, but nothing that attracts me to buy. It is an odd Street with its vibe changing from a friendly, funky feel near The Tattered Covered Bookstore to a not so friendly feel as you make your way towards the Capitol Building end. The sky scrapers are probably the most attractive element. If you want actual clothes shopping etc. look elsewhere.