by Allen J. Sheinman | July 01, 2017
THE 1980S ARE ALIVE AND WELL
Antique stores come in all guises, but Fifty-Two 80's is the first we've seen expressly devoted to the colorful pop culture of the Reagan years. Here you can find the Cabbage Patch Kids, Atari games, pinball machines, vintage cassette and VHS tapes, Star Wars figurines, Pee-wee's Playhouse toys, fuzzy stuffed creatures from Gremlins, all things Pac-Man, early MTV swag and much, much more.


GHOSTS AND GOBLETS
The Mile High City has its share of old haunts; visit them via a ghost tour/pub crawl with Nightly Spirits. The 2.5-hour tour starts at the creepy Blake Street Vault and meanders through spooky basements, tunnels and, blessedly, four pubs along the way.


INCREDIBLE FLOOR SHOW
In the nearby suburb of Lakewood, Casa Bonita is an expansive, 52,000-square-foot restaurant/wonderland seating more than 1,000 people amidst lush foliage, a 30-foot-high waterfall and live shows, including high diving, faux gorillas, puppets and more. The menu features an affordable melange of traditional Mexican favorites.   


ROOM AT THE TOP
While the Colorado Rockies play ball at Coors Field, visitors can have a ball in The Rooftop, the stadium's two-deck section above right field, which offers its own live entertainment, food and drink, and fabulous views of all the action below.