Once aspect of business travel I adore is finding new dining and cultural venues in each city that I visit. Through my years of business travel I have realized that adding some time to explore makes the life of the road warrior less taxing and more exciting.

On a recent business trip to Denver I was fortunate to meet with local business partners that reside in Denver and who are obsessed with food. They suggested a few places to dine and we decided on LINGER.

LINGER is a former mortuary in the LOLA district of Denver that takes one on a journey of international street food. The open concept indoor space and the expansive outdoor rooftop space make it a perfect venue to relax & dine after a long day at a conference.

We took part in the Tuesday night special option, meant to be shared and truly a feast for my senses. We had the falafel lettuce wraps, Pad Thai, ginger chili shrimp, seared diver scallops, New England fish tacos, roasted beet salad and wagyu sliders with the waffle sweet potato fries, masala dosa and the pork belly buns.

The libations are just as refreshing and innovative and our group tried a few spicy, savory and sparkling drinks. Our service was fantastic, explaining his favorites and assisting our group with our choices.

We left completely satisfied and so content that we were able to see a new part of Denver!