Belleview Aveneue and Peoria Street will be closed from Cherry Creek Drive to Orchard Road. Opening is expected October 29, Monday.

Going Eastbound on Belleview from Yosemite, hang a right on Havana. Turn left on Orchard and you can pick up Peoria again to get to Arapahoe Road.

Questions call 303-708-6139 John Wannigman, Sr. Project Manager City of Greenwood Village.


Sushi Moon’s grand opening is today, Friday June 1, 2007. This make the official tally of 9 sushi places in the Denver Tech Center (DTC) area!

Sushi Moon is located behind CB Potts off of Arapahoe Road west of I-25.  They also have a unique selection of Entrees including Lamb Chops, Duck Breast, Ahi Tuna Steak, Seabass and more. Please let us know how you liked Sushi Moon or other restaurants in the DTC go to  

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Where: At The Crescent Amphitheater located on E. Crescent Pkwy at Belleview (just off DTC Blvd. south of Belleview.


When: A total of ten Tuesday evenings in the summer.

Shows start @ 7 PM and end around 8:30 PM


Why: It’s summer!


How much: Free!


Keep at home: Your pets


Bring with you: Dinner to eat while enjoying the music.


Click here to download the 2007 concert schedule in PDF


Concert Dates:

June 5, 12, 19, 26

July 10, 17, 24, 31

August 7, 14

Concerts are open to the public and subject to rescheduling in the event of rain. Free parking is available.

For more information call: 303-595-8747 ext. 14.

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner! Here’s what’s happening in the Denver Tech Center.  


O’Shea’s Taverna, located at Belleview and Yosemite, is showing off its Irish side this St. Patrick’s Day with traditional Irish dancers, bagpipers and traditional food including corned beef and cabbage. (The entire menu was being finalized when I talked to them today.) Entertainment is planned throughout the day. Call O’Shea’s for details. 303-220-1100


Darcy’s, located on S. Ulster just north of Belleview, will have entertainment on both the eve of St. Patrick’s Day and on St. Patrick’s Day. Plan on enjoying bagpipers, Irish step dancers and an Irish band at 8 PM. Oh, and they’ll have plenty of Guinness, Murphy’s and Harp so – no worries! Call Darcy’s for specific details. 303-770-0477


Did I miss any local (DTC) area pubs? I don’t think Bennigans counts…. or does it?


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The Denver Technology Center has a variety of restaurants. Just to whet your appetite here are the various categories of restaurants in the DTC.

American – Transcontinental,  Asian, Bars / Pubs, BBQ, CajunCuisine of India, Greek, Irish, ItalianJapanese, Korean, Mexican, Middle Eastern, Mongolian, Pacific Rim, Salad Places, Seafood, Southwestern, Sports Bars , Steak,  Sushi, Thai and Vietnamese.

 Click here for a directory of restaurants in the Denver Tech Center

Got kids? Try these places out in the Denver Tech Center

TGI Friday’s at Yosemite and County Line – Mondays 4- 10 PM kids eat free off the children’s menu when with an adult. (one kid meal per adult)

Lone Star Steak House at Quebec and470. Tuesdays Two kids eat free off the children’s menu with the purchase of a dinner entree.

Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli – Yosemite and County Line. After 3 PM everyday – kids eat free when accompanied with an adult.

IHOP – Chester Ave south of Arapahoe Road. Everyday from 3 – 11 PM, kids eat free when accompanied with an adult.

Cold Stone Creamery County Line and Yosemite (near Home Depot). Tuesday nights – buy one get one free for students.

Deals subject to change at any time so call ahead to verify 02/02/07

Hands down, the best breakfast in the Denver Tech Center has to be Benedicts on Arapahoe Road – east of I-25 near the Greenwood Plaza movie theaters.