If you are in the Denver area this holiday season, make sure to spend some time in Cherry Creek, one of Denver’s most popular neighborhoods. Located just five minutes from downtown, Cherry Creek is a charming 16-block community that boasts parks, gardens, outdoor cafes, local bakeries, and coffee shops. Aside from the lovely scenery, it is also a hub for shopping and dining. Between Cherry Creek North, with 320 independently owned shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants, and spas, and the Cherry Creek Shopping Center, including 160 shops, the neighborhood is one of the largest shopping destinations between coasts. If you have holiday shopping to get done, or just want to enjoy window shopping and good food, the Cherry Creek neighborhood is the place for you.
Cherry Creek North is the ideal location to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list. Both locals and return visitors consider it a holiday tradition to browse the shops and restaurants during the holiday time. Many of the boutiques, galleries, salons, and spas even have extended shopping hours on Sundays from December 7th through the holiday season. To make your holiday shopping experience even easier, Cherry Creek North is offering complimentary 2-hour holiday parking with proof of purchase from a Cherry Creek North store or restaurant every Thursday-Saturday (11 a.m. to 6 p.m.), from November 28th through the holiday season. The valet parking locations are Fillmore Plaza and Josephine Street.
Finding something for friends and family is easy – finding something for yourself is even easier! For all your holiday party fashion needs, take part in Cherry Creek’s free Holiday Trunk Shows for a preview of the latest merchandise from Cherry Creek North boutiques. Located in the lobby of the JW Marriot Denver Cherry Creek North from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. December 19th, several of the neighborhoods most popular boutiques will be presenting their unique merchandise.
If you need a break from the shopping, head over to Cherry Creek North’s temporary holiday box office to pick up tickets for current theater productions and a variety of free activities for the whole family every day of the holiday season. Or, if being on your feet has built up an appetite, sit down at one of the many restaurants, cafes, bars, or sweet shops in the vicinity. From coffee, to burgers, to frozen yogurt, to Indian, Italian, Spanish, French, or Japanese cuisine, you are sure to find something to eat to satisfy any craving.