The home of the Colorado Rockies, Coors Field, has long been a hangout for people in the Denver metro area on a warm, summer night to watch a baseball game and enjoy some time with friends and family, even if they aren’t from Colorado originally or even Rockies fans.
With that, fans who are visiting the LoDo part of Denver should know the bars and restaurants that locals recommend and like. Here are the best spots to head to before or after your day at Coors Field.
Biker Jim’s Gourmet Hot Dogs (Section 107, Section 331, and 2148 Larimer St.)
Biker Jim’s Gourmet Hot Dogs is a place that thousands of fans go to every night when they are visiting Coors Field. They have multiple food cart locations throughout the Denver Metro area and a location at Mile High Stadium as well but they have three locations right by or in Coors Field.
Their main location is at 2148 Larimer St., which is just one-third of a mile away from the stadium, or a six-minute walk from the entrance behind home plate.
They also have two locations inside of Coors Field (section 107, which is on the main concourse in right field, and section 331, which is in the upper deck directly behind home plate).
Biker Jim’s is known for their hot dogs with game meats, including elk, and spice, including their Jack-a-Lope Hot Dog, which is infused with cherry and habanero. Both are served at all three locations in and around Coors Field.
At the main location, they also have hot dogs with wild boar and ostrich for the adventurous eaters. They do have hot dogs for the less adventurous and even have a vegan-friendly hot dog at all three locations.
Additionally, they have been featured on Food Paradise on the Travel Channel, No Reservations with the late Anthony Bourdain, and The Best Thing I Ever Ate on the Food Network.