If you two can’t have a good time shotgunning Coors Banquet over pork belly hash while vying for "prizes" like Golden Corral gift certificates and 40s of malt liquor, it’s probably not going to work out.
A mid-century relic on fast-changing Tennyson St, Elitch Lanes is slated to close in May -- so get to this old-school bowling alley for one last round, then head to red-sauce throwback Carl’s Pizza for a spaghetti dinner with all the fixings. The plan was to grab a few beers, have a few laughs -- but suddenly you’re feeling a little tongue-tied.
While racing a potential honey down the slopes or tearing it up on the hill sounds like a great second or third date activity, before committing to a long I-70 road trip, take the time to get to know one other first.
There are plenty of unique spots around town to break the first date jitters.
Also, thanks to a great park system and proximity to incredible natural assets, Denver is also among the healthiest, most active U. That makes it a great place to stretch your vacation budget further.