All of us are feeling the impact of the necessary measures enacted to slow the spread of COVID-19. With the cancellation of events, the closure of museums, gyms, bars and restaurants, and now citywide orders to stay at home, life as we knew it has changed drastically. We hope to be a helpful resource at this time by providing information regarding our immediate neighborhood and beyond.
Friends and Neighbors,
The Golden Triangle Creative District (GTCD) exists to serve the interests and needs of its stakeholders in the Golden Triangle neighborhood. We are proud to be home to an incredibly diverse range of residents, businesses, civic, cultural and community organizations – including museums, galleries, bars, restaurants, hotels, retailers, architects, designers, salons/spas, gyms and more.
All of us are feeling the impact of the necessary measures enacted to slow the spread of COVID-19. With the cancellation of events, the closure of museums, gyms, bars and restaurants, and now citywide orders to stay at home, life as we knew it has changed drastically. However, there are multiple opportunities to continue to access the fantastic art, food, and other products created in our district, and in doing so, provide vital support to local businesses and the individuals behind them.
Golden Triangle businesses are enhancing their online presence and offering more products and services through their websites. Museums are offering online access to their collections, virtual tours and educational resources for parents at home with children. Restaurants are staying open with take-out and delivery service. Your support for local businesses and organizations during this time will help the Golden Triangle remain the eclectic, vibrant, and engaging community that we all love.
For now, here are some ways to support each other:
Thank you for your continued support. Please keep an eye on our website and social media pages for continued updates and efforts to support our community. If you have any additional ideas or questions, you can reach out directly to email@example.com.
Board of Directors
Golden Triangle Creative District
Shops, restaurants, and other retailers benefit greatly from the promise of a future transaction, especially during this time. Purchase a gift card from a neighborhood business for use later this year. See our Golden Triangle directory for a listing of neighborhood businesses.
The GTCD Business Networking group distributes a digital flyer each quarter packed full of information and discounts from neighborhood businesses. Take a look! Formatted for digital or print sharing, click here to download the most recent copy.
Statewide mandated dine-in closures, issued to curb the spread of the coronavirus, have left local restaurants and breweries scrambling to stay afloat and keep their staff employed. ToGoDenver.com offers local businesses free registration to list their current home or curbside delivery and takeout services available. Users can search listings by restaurant name, by neighborhood or by cuisine. You can also donate to the Restaurant Workers’ Community Relief Fund here.
These Golden Triangle restaurants remain open for take out and/or delivery:
100% de Agave
Cap City Tavern
City Cafe Denver
Cuba Cuba Cafe & Bar
Denver Pizza Co.
Fire at the ART, a hotel
Leven Deli Co.
Melita’s Greek Cafe
Zeps Epiq Sandwiches
(If you are a Golden Triangle restaurant not listed and still open for take out and/or delivery, please let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Purchase a membership or donate to local cultural and non-profit organizations you support. The Golden Triangle is home to:
Civic Center Conservancy
Clyfford Still Museum
Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC)
Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL)
Curious Theatre Company
Denver Art Museum
History Colorado Center
Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art
Feed the Frontline Denver
Shift Workspaces is teaming up with Denver restaurants to provide nourishing meals for our local healthcare providers on the frontline of the pandemic. The Shift team is coordinating the funding, administration, safe preparation and delivery of breakfast, lunch and dinner to the doctors, nurses and hospital staff who are working tirelessly to take care of all of us. Show your appreciation for our courageous medical community and simultaneously provide much-needed support to local restaurants and their staff. Every single dollar of your donation will be used to provide meals to frontline medical workers. This effort will continue to support our medical community and first responders for as long as this crisis lasts. Click here to donate. #feedthefrontlinedenver
Feed 5280 Frontline
Leven Deli Co.: Order from a menu of predetermined food selections and Leven will deliver to your preferred first responders. Selections include breakfast burritos for 5 – $35, sandwiches, salads, and cookies for 5 – $66 or for 10 – $132.
Epiq Fight Against COVID-19
Zeps Eqip Sandwiches fundraiser to provide food to local healthcare providers and first responders.
Get your art experience at home! Museums, galleries, Denver Public Library and Civic Center Conservancy are offering online access to their collections, virtual tours and educational resources. Here are some digital links for teachers, parents, and anyone wanting to explore these Golden Triangle resources online.
Civic Center Conservancy: The Conservancy has several online resources available, including Civic Center MOVES fitness classes, a food truck ordering support page, and Visit Civic Center Park virtual art tours.
Clyfford Still Museum: View the museum’s Online Collection, Works on Paper, and Virtual Tour
Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC): Browse CPAC’s entire Permanent Collection of 800+ prints online for the first time. See an online edition of the 2018 exhibition, On the Street with Bill Cunningham, presented in partnership with the New York Times. Also, watch the CPAC website for upcoming online and in-person classes.
Denver Art Museum: View the museum’s Denver Art Museum From Home web page for a variety of resources, including videos, education resources, and online lesson plans for parents and kids to work with together.
Denver Arts & Venues: Visit the Cultural Sector Support & Resources page for a variety of resources and family activities. Also, with the closure of the McNichols Building, Denver Arts & Venues has created some robust webpages so people can experience their current exhibitions online. View here: Spirit Resonance: The Vitality of Printmaking, Dearly Disillusioned, and Border.
Denver Public Library: There are many available online resources, including Book Clubs, Storytimes, Programs, Virtual Resources, Books, Entertainment, and Library Services Right In Your Home.
History Colorado Center: Get information about History Colorado’s Lost Highways podcast, and visit the History Colorado website for a variety of digital experiences for adults, kids and families.
Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art: View the museum’s many virtual exhibitions and navigate their 360 Degree Virtual Tour.
Mirus Gallery Denver: View the gallery’s Online Collection – includes art available for purchase.
Sandra Phillips Gallery: View many Artist Works here and go to the Viewing Room to see what’s currently on display.
Visit Denver: Visit Denver recently launched Virtually Denver, an online resource featuring more than 60 art, film and literature items. Click here to start exploring now.
Walker Fine Art Gallery: Tune in Tuesdays & Fridays on Instagram or Facebook for a Virtual Art Escape, featuring uplifting artwork insights. Take a virtual tour of the gallery’s current exhibition, Inner Voyages and check out videos from all the exhibition’s featured artists.
William Havu Gallery: View artist works from the gallery’s current exhibition on the gallery website and also on their Instagram and Facebook pages.
If you are able, consider a financial contribution to the arts provider so they can continue creating now and in the future.
Stay fit with a virtual fitness class! Some businesses in the wellness community are offering online workouts to stay fit in your home. Below are a few resources to get you started.
CrossFit DeCO: Online workouts posted nightly on CrossFit DeCO Instagram stories, complete with a warm up and movement demos. They are almost all bodyweight, with options to use a weighted object, if available.
Fitness in the City: Daily workouts, including demos, posted on the Fitness in the City Facebook page.
Broche Ballet: Ballet school just for adults! View their website for online classes and free & pre-recorded resources to practice on your own.
Civic Center Conservancy: The Conservancy’s program, Civic Center MOVES has gone online! View the webpage for free virtual workouts you can do at home.
There are a variety of resources available to help individuals, organizations and businesses at this time. We will add information as we become aware of additional resources.
Denver Arts & Venues: View the Cultural Sector Support & Resources page for for artist, cultural worker and organization support.
Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade: See the Colorado COVID-19 Business Resource Center web page for state and federal COVID-19 announcements, programs, and information relevant to Colorado businesses, including a variety of loan options and other assistance programs.
Colorado Creative Industries: See the Resources to Support the Arts During COVID-19 web page for a variety of resources to support artists, creative businesses and arts and culture organizations.
Please check these government websites for up to date information and resources:
Denver Department of Public Health: This is a very comprehensive website, and includes information on a variety of support services – including business assistance – as well as donations and volunteering, cancellations and closures, local preparation and coordination, how to manage the illness and other information related to COVID-19.
Intimate Partner Violence Webpage: The Denver Police Department is committed to assisting citizens with coping strategies during in these uncertain, and stressful times. With an influx of time together due to city and state stay at home and safer at home orders, families may need some helpful ideas to deescalate emotions related to everything outside of our control. Download this graphic and visit the DPD’s Intimate Partner Violence webpage for information and resources.
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, and see the state Safer At Home order.
A Colorado Tenant’s Guide to COVID-19: A comprehensive guide for tenants prepared by the COVID-19 Eviction Defense Project.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention