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For musicians interested in folk, bluegrass, or all manner of acoustic music, this music house is a must visit. The center carries guitars, banjos, mandolins, autoharps, harmonicas, and even rare and unusual items like a 1920 Gibson six-string banjo. One can also strum through a healthy selection of CDs and tapes. The selection features many hard-to-find folk, Celtic and bluegrass titles. This shop also lays claim to having the largest assortment of picks in Denver.
Campus Cycles center is a rare find in the often pretentious world of bike shops. The friendly staff and service department, with more than 50 years of bike industry experience, welcomes everyone regardless of knowledge or skill level. After years of operating out of a cramped space the owners moved the shop 10 blocks down the road to a larger building. Hence, Denver's best bike shop became better. Check out the latest mountain and road bikes from Giant, Gary Fisher, GT and Lemond, as well as the latest fashions from Pearl Izumi and Fox.
The Ruffly Rose, located in the trendy South Pearl shopping district, is a combination flower and wedding/birthday/etc. shop with a distinctly feminine flair. While most of the clients will be the bridal crowd, the Ruffly Rose is also a great place to shop for anniversary gifts, birthday supplies, and baby showers. The flower selection is fantastic, with everything grown in the indoor atrium or the outdoor garden which is visible from the street, and the gift selection, ranging from cards to decorations and flatware, are feminine and romantic in an old-fashioned way. The Ruffly Rose also hosts bridal showers, decorates weddings and receptions, and more upon request. For the more girly people in your life, this is the place to shop! - Sabrina Zirakzadeh
This salumeria provides locally sourced cured meats from Heritage Breeds, so if you are looking for excellent cuts that aren't the nitrate filled meats at your supermarket, then this is the place. Moreover, if you want to dine in, the menu has some amazing sandwiches; try the Bison which uses salami made from this animal or the Coq au Vin made with herb-roasted chicken. Soups, salads and sides are other items on the menu, but one thing is for sure, you shouldn't forget to take some sausage home with you.
For eco-conscious visitors to Denver with an interest in eastern religion and culture as well as local attractions, 5 Green Boxes offers the perfect souvenirs. Consisting of two stores located within two blocks of one another in the South Pearl shopping district, 5 Green Boxes sells only organic and green products with an emphasis on southeast and eastern Asian influence. The "little store" focuses on small souvenirs such as artwork, miniature statues, decorative kitchen-wear, jewelry, and clothing; the "big store" at 1705 South Pearl St sells larger artwork, rugs, furniture, and more. While not very child friendly, young travelers should enjoy the quirky, unique souvenirs sold at either 5 Green Boxes. - Sabrina Zirakzadeh