Today in Denver you can get a literal and figurative taste of Southeast Asia by exploring Federal Boulevard between Alameda and Mississippi Ave. There are distinctive signs in Vietnamese, the citrus-sweet smell of lemongrass, and a plethora of herbal pharmacies. The restaurants are affordable and unique, as are the bakeries. Gift shops are ablaze with color, and decorator items for home and garden will tempt you as well as meet your entertaining needs for Chinese New Year, the Dragon Boat Festival, and throughout the seasons. The Far East Center has the largest concentration of shops with restaurants, bakeries, markets, jewelry stores and gifts; a charming and unusual array of shops and eateries line both sides of the street for approximately a mile.
Created on November 9th, 2017 (last updated 6 months ago)