Your Itinerary

Stop by this bakery for a satisfying cup of coffee and a fresh pastry. They have so many treats that vary from week to week. The amazing bakery-themed decor is reason enough for a visit. It’s an ideal place to sit, get some work done, read a book, or catch up with friends.

Tucked away down a sideroad off Main Street, GraceFull Cafe works to provide a community for anyone who enters. Their pay-what-you-can system creates a seat at the table for everyone. Stop in for a latte, lunch, and a bit of conversation with their regular customers. They never forget a face, and almost everyone who comes in is greeted by name. Those who work there are kind volunteers who dedicate hours of their day to lending a helping hand.

Looking to spend some quality time outside? This is the place to spend a day in the neighborhood. Situated along the South Platte River, this trail is perfect for dog walkers and bike riders alike. Nixon’s coffee shop sits at the perfect halfway location for those needing a pick-me-up.

The jewelry is made in the back of this quaint yet glamorous store. Knowing that time and care went into making your newest bauble makes it all the more special. There are hundreds of unique art pieces for you or someone else. Each item is placed strategically throughout the store, which unfolds as you explore the walls and tables of treasures.

If you find yourself in the mood for some mouthwatering Mexican food, look no further than Palenque. The ambiance and decorations are practically perfect, and their outdoor patio is the place to sit on a warm day. Our favorite dish is their Molcajete: a sizzling bowl full of chicken, steak, shrimp, panela cheese, cacti, and green onions. There is plenty to go around with a side of tortillas and a basket full of chips and salsa. Most importantly, their drink menu is off the chain. For desert, churros, sopapillas, and tres leches. Need we say more?