Park Meadows is the premier shopping area in South Denver, Colorado. Home to dozens of great restaurants, Park Meadows has become a culinary Mecca as well. A recent addition to the west side of the mall called The Vistas added five fresh choices including quality American restaurant White Chocolate Grill, Italian Brio Tuscan Grille, Latin La Sandia from chef Richard Sandoval and California Cafe in the mall. Throw in sushi operator Mikuni from northern California, Earls American for a quick bite or happy hour and Fish City Grill and this area provides plenty of options. Free Valet is available to restaurant patrons; just ask for a validation at the restaurant. Park Meadows has plenty of parking around The Vistas.
A full food court is available in the mall with the typical quick bite options like Paradise Bakery, Sbarro Pizza, Subway, McDonalds, Orange Julias, Starbucks, Dairy Queen, Panda Express and Chick-Fil-A. In the Mall, California Café offers a white table cloth experience and Nordstrom’s Café is located inside that store. The Cheesecake Factory has both their namesake and a Grand Lux as options. On the fringe there are Earls and Champps for a sports-bar environment nationally known restaurants like California Pizza Kitchen, Red Robin, P.F. Chang’s, Red Lobster and TGI Fridays.
South of Park Meadows is an area called The Entertainment District. Rio Grande Mexican is known for their margaritas and sits across from a Brunswick Bowling and entertainment facility. North of Park Meadows are a handful of restaurants which have been serving meals for many years. J. Alexander’s offers main stream food and Rock Bottom is the local brew-house favorite. A Buffalo Wild Wings always has sports on the TV and wings-a-plenty. Just down County Line Road and up Inverness Drive is a Fleming’s Steakhouse and Wine Bar. Further up the road is a Maggiano’s Little Italy for banquets or family-style Italian fare.
Head just west of Park Meadows along C-470 and there is a Lodo’s Bar and Grill and Krispy Kreme Donoughts as well as a Claim Jumper. Twenty minutes south is Castle Rock, Colorado which has numerous fast food restaurants including McDonalds, Wendy’s and the rest. Full service restaurants in Castle Rock include Outback, Rockyard American Grill and Brewing Company and Union-An American Bistro.
Here is a complete listing of restaurants in Park Meadows Mall and their location:
Ben & Jerry’s Dining Hall
BRIO Tuscan Grille The Vistas Attached to Park Meadows on the West Side Entrance is below Borders Book Store
Cajun & Grill Dining Hall
California Cafe Upper level, near Nordstrom & Crate & Barrel
California Pizza Kitchen Restaurant Park, adjacent to Park Meadows Dining Hall
Champps Americana Restaurant Park, adjacent to Park Meadows Dining Hall
Cheesecake Factory, The Lower level, near Dillard’s
Chick-fil-A Dining Hall
The Counter, The Vistas
Cru A Wine Bar The Vistas Adjacent to Park Meadows on the West Side Entrance is located beneath Borders
Dairy Queen/Orange Julius Dining Hall
earl’s Restaurant Park, adjacent to Park Meadows Dining Hall
Fish City Grill The Vistas, Next to Arhaus and across from Eddie Bauer
Grand Lux Cafe Adjacent to Dining Hall outside entrance
Johnny Rockets Dining Hall
La Sandia The Vistas
Mikuni Japanese Sushi Bar The Vistas adjacent to Park Meadows on the West Side
Mrs. Fields Cookies Upper level near JCPenney and Dillards
Nordstrom Cafe Inside Nordstorm, 3rd level
Nordstrom E-Bar Lower level, near Nordstrom
P.F. Chang’s China Bistro Restaurant Park
Panda Express Dining Hall
Paradise Bakery & Cafe Dining Hall
Red Robin Restaurant Park, adjacent to Park Meadows
Renzios Dining Hall
Sbarro Dining Hall
Squeeze Dining Hall
Starbucks Dining Hall
Steak Escape Dining Hall
Subway Dining Hall
Thai Basil Restaurant Park near California Pizza Kitchen
Wasabi Jane Dining Hall
Wetzel’s Pretzels Upper Level near JC Penny’s
White Chocolate Grill The Vistas Attached to Park Meadows on the West Side Entrance is located beneath Borders
Located in the city of Lone Tree, Colorado, Park Meadows restaurants and shops are the top choice of diners and shoppers in Littleton, Parker, south Aurora, Denver and Castle Rock. It is not uncommon to attract people from as far away as Colorado Springs to this great area.
About Lone Tree, Colorado
Lone Tree, Colorado
Lone Tree is one of 30 towns and 59 cities that’s a Home Rule Municipality in Douglas County, Colorado. What makes a Home Rule Municipality unique is that it they are self-governed under their own Home Rule Charter, which determines the form of government they have as well as if they’re a town or a city. Located on the northern part of Douglas County in the southern metropolitan area of Denver, Lone Tree is considered as a suburb of Denver.
A Great Place to Live
With a population of only 10,939, one would think there is not a lot to offer residents and visitors but it’s quite the contrary. The city didn’t earn the motto, “It’s a great day to be in Lone Tree” for nothing. Whether you’re living in Lone Tree or just visiting, you’ll be sure to find a wide range of facilities and activities to keep you busy and fulfill all your needs and desires. Whether it’s recreational activities, cultural events, art activities, fine dining or first-rate shopping, you don’t have to look too far to find exactly what you’re looking for.
The Lone Tree Art Exhibition, Show & Sale and the Lone Tree Photography Show are two events that draw a large crowd as locals and visitors show off their work and talent. The art & photography exhibits are on display for several days while the actually show and sale is one day of enjoying works of art, listening to the Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra and sampling some delicious d’oeuvres and refreshments.
Taste of Lone Tree Food and Art Festival is an annual event that brings all the residents together for a real culinary delight as they exercise their taste buds sampling cuisine from the local and nearby restaurants. Held in the parking lot of Park Meadows Restaurants, the festival also includes art work that can be purchased. A sample of Colorado’s finest wine is also available for take home. Free shuttle service is also provided for those wishing to attend the festival. Some of the restaurants that participate in this exciting event include Cheesecake Factory, Champps, Fish City Grill, Dazbog Coffee, Pasta Jay’s, Sam’s Club, Fromage to Yours, Chick-fil-A, California Café, Counter Burger, Noodles and Company, Barking Goat Tavern, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Earl’s Café, Brio, Mikuni and many more.
Dining at its Finest
Whether you’re vacationing in Lone Tree or are just going out for a quick bite to eat, you’ll never be at loss for fine dining establishments, regardless of what your taste buds call for-Park Meadows has it. You’ll find simple diners to enjoy a hearty country breakfast or elegant restaurants for that romantic dinner for two. Having family night with the kids? Whether you’ve got a hankering for Mexican, Italian, Greek or American, you’ll find it all in Lone Tree, Colorado. You’ll have no problem finding a great take-out restaurant. Your many selections include:
Shopping is fantastic in Lone Tree, whether you’re looking for everyday purchases or on the lookout for some fine upscale luxuries. You’ll be amazed at not only the wide variety but also the quantity of fine shopping available. Some of the excellent shopping you’ll find in Lone Tree include but are not limited to Lone Tree Commons, The Crest at Lone Tree, Lincoln Commons Shopping Center, Meadows Market Place, Vistas at Park Meadows, Heritage Hills Shopping Center and the Lone Tree Entertainment District.
Many Things to Do in Lone Tree
Lone Tree offers much more than just indoor events; however, as the outdoor enthusiast has a large selection of excellent walking and hiking trails that offer a great way to visit with friends or stay fit and trim. The natural beauty of Colorado is seen and appreciated daily by all that pass through Lone Tree, whether you’re enjoying an outdoor concert, hiking down the beautiful trails or going nine holes on their beautiful golf course. Speaking of keeping fit and trim – The Lone Tree Recreation Center offers members a great selection of wellness courses and health and fitness programs.
The Lone Tree Recreation Center is a large facility consisting of 54,000 square feet of all the fun and fitness you could possibly ask form. The complex has a lot to offer with its many amenities including the fitness area, full size gymnasium, aquatic area, aerobics room, running track, catering kitchen, racquetball courts, babysitting room and more. The leisure pools offer the water slide, whirlpool, lazy river, and a complete fitness section with circuit equipment, weights and cardiovascular machines. The pool is kid-friendly and the center is fantastic. It’s definitely not your typical “gym”.
If you’re a sports fan, you can always count on checking out some of their sports teams and enjoying the games. The Denver Broncos always put on a great show at their new stadium. There’s nothing like the old “Mile-High” enthusiasm! If baseball’s your game, you may want to check out how the Rockies are doing this season. You’re just never at a loss of things to do, places to go or excellent food to eat when you’re in Lone Tree, Colorado! With warm and mild weather that can’t be beat, Lone Tree is a town you won’t want to leave!