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Congratulations Colorado on passing the Civil Union Bill!


The Center

1301 East Colfax Avenue  Denver
(303) 733-7743

Denver Pride Fest (The Center)
See above​

Team Colorado USA
Gay athletes

Colorado Anti-Violence Program
304 Elati St., Denver
​(303) 852-5094
Stopping GLBT violence

Brother Jeff's Health Initiative
HIV/AIDS Services For The African-American Community
2836 Welton St., Denver
​(303) 297-0823

Colorado AIDS Project
HIV support and education
2490 W. 26th Ave., Bldg. A, Suite 300, Denver

Denver Gay Men's Chorus
3773 Cherry Creek North Dr., Suite 575, Denver

Denver Metro Health Clinic
Testing Services
Downtown - 605 Bannock St., Suite 117, Denver

Bars & Clubs

Restaurants, Cafe's & Grocery

Denver Gayborhoods

Denver has a couple of small enclave Gayborhoods. Cheeseman Park is the best known.  It's where the annual Pride parade starts from every year.  This is an older established neighborhood; turn of the century homes and small cafe's, boutiques and shops. It is located approximately between Colfax on the north and 6th Ave on the south, Corona on the west and Josephine on the east.

Another popular area is 17th street, directly north of Cheeseman Park, from Grant on the west to York on the east. 

17th is populated with small clubs, restaurants, cafe's, shops and boutiques.

Cherry Creek is popular with the higher end crowds and oftentimes attracts daytime GLBT visitors. Cherry Creek is a small checkerboard of streets lined with upscale shops, restaurants, bars, cafe's, galleries, the Cherry Creek Mall and a large Whole Foods market with valet parking. 

Santa Fe art district is most frequented for First Friday Art Walks on the first Friday of every month, and is a mixed crowd and always a great time! Free wine and appetizers at several different galleries up and down the street.  This inevitably turns into an extended block party filled with people, artists, musicians, and food. Not to be missed!

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