• Arapahoe Entertainment District Welcomes Pindustry

     
    POSTED September 2, 2021
     
    Photo credit: Lucy Beaugard
  • Arapahoe Entertainment District Welcomes Pindustry

     
    POSTED September 2, 2021
     
    Photo credit: Lucy Beaugard
  • Arapahoe Entertainment District Welcomes Pindustry

     
    POSTED September 2, 2021
     
    Photo credit: Lucy Beaugard
  • Arapahoe Entertainment District Welcomes Pindustry

     
    POSTED September 2, 2021
     
    Photo credit: Lucy Beaugard

Located just south of Denver, the community of Greenwood Village added Pindustry, the first redevelopment in the new Arapahoe Entertainment District this summer. Featuring nearly 55,000 square foot of space spread across two floors, Pindustry is an entertainment-focused restaurant, bar and events venue that offers experiential options for events large and small. Highlights include two kinds of bowling (duckpin and traditional), a huge variety of other games, a downstairs beer garden with a custom stage, and a large upstairs rooftop patio that holds 1,000. 

Located at Arapahoe and Syracuse, in the heart of southeast Denver’s tech corridor, the total capacity is 2,300 guests. The food and beverage program features a menu of Italian-inspired shareable dishes alongside house-made craft cocktails and an extensive wine and beer list. Menu items include charcuterie and cheese boards, salads, ciabatta sandwiches, a variety of pane rustico toasts, and wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas. 

Pindustry’s Sky Deck is one of the largest rooftop patios in Denver with 16,000 square feet of partially covered space and features a lengthy bar made from shipping containers, a cornhole arena with stadium-style seating, and big views. Elsewhere in the venue, pinball machines, classic arcade games, skeeball, billiards, Ping-Pong and foosball round out the wide range of fun.

Enjoy great venues, have fun and support conservation at your next event.

 

The completion of Denver Art Museum’s (DAM) ambitious North Building project coincides with the building’s 50th anniversary in 2021. Designed by world-renowned Italian architect Gio Ponti and Denver-based James Sudler Associates, the North Building opened to the public in 1971. When renovations are complete, it will house the majority of DAM’s permanent collection galleries.

 

The rest is history at one of Colorado’s hotels that’s rooted in the past.