South of Alameda, Broadway becomes "Antique Row," where an amazing collection of almost 100 antique stores is packed into just 18 blocks. It is one of the nation's largest concentrations of dealers, where you can find anything from pottery and glass to coins and silver, from furniture to art, books, and every kind of collectible you can imagine. Beyond antiques, South Broadway ("SoBo" for short) is lined with an eclectic mixture of neighborhood taverns, avant-garde clothing stores, art galleries, used bookstores, sporting goods emporiums, ethnic restaurants, music clubs, pizza parlors, live music venues, and everything else you'd expect to find within the urban heartbeat of The Mile High City. Whether you're looking for something to do or something to buy, there's a good chance you'll find it on Broadway.
Where to Find It
16 blocks (about 2.6 miles) south of downtown at Broadway and Alameda.
CAB FARE FROM DOWNTOWN: $11.00 (approx.)
RTD: Direct routes on buses 0
The area has a vibrant late-night scene, with clubs featuring salsa, swing, techno and indie rock sprinkled throughout. This area is also a bargain-hunter's dream, from used books to discount shoes.