looked at The Source, Avanti, Union Station and Central Market, as well as Aurora's Stanley Marketplace.
Ask anyone who has lived for at least a few years in this gateway to the Rocky Mountains, and they'll say Denver has changed.
It's younger and edgier, and it bubbles with an energy wholly absent when the city was "nothing but a big ol' cow town in the early '80s," as one local said. Like most places, the change is principally seen in rising home prices (bad!) and a blossoming food and drink scene (good!).
But the food and drink explosion has come in one particularly broad and curious form: the food market.
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