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Hi,

I will be attending a conference next week at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Denver. It would be great to have some local suggestions for lunch, beakfast, and moderate places for a large group of folks to have dinner. Are their any specialty food shops, bakeries, etc. that should not be missed?

Thanks,

Matika

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  1. Here are some links to recent threads on places to eat near the convention center/Hyatt/Adams Mark hotel (which are all within a few blocks of each other) to help get you started. Will you have a car or are you looking for places you can walk to or within a short cab ride? About how large of a group?

    http://www.chowhound.com/topics/380006

    http://www.chowhound.com/topics/378629

    http://www.chowhound.com/topics/362764

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    1. re: ColoradoFun

      Thanks - we will be walking - the group can range from 6 - 12 people.

      1. re: matika

        There are good restaurant suggestions in the links that Colorado Fun shared. For the specialty food shop, bakery category, I'd recommend The Market in Larimer Square and Cook's Fresh Market on 16th Street and Glenarm.

    2. vesta!