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Denver Christkindl Market

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Denver Christkindl Market
16th Street Mall Arapahoe St
Denver 80202
Neighborhood: CBD, Northwest,

URL : www.denverchristkindlmarket.com


Denver Christkindl Market is brought to you by the German American Chamber of Commerce Colorado Chapter and the German Cultural Foundation of the Rocky Mountains?. in connection with Downtown Denver’s Grand Illumination and the Parade of Lights and features the Alphornbläser Oy group from the Allgäu region of Germany with their long alphorns.

The market includes vendors, from Germany and other European countries, as well as local artisans, offering offer quality, handcrafted gift items including such as traditional hand-carved wooden figurines, handmade candles, and ornaments. Traditional German food, bratwurst, potato pancakes, goulash and apple strudel will tempt your taste buds. Sip on warm Glühwein (spiced mulled wine) as you listen to traditional Christmas carols or you can toast your friends with an authentic German Bier! ?

The Christkindl Market is the traditional bringer of gifts on Christmas Eve in German speaking areas of Europe and in appearance takes the form of  an angel or sprite-like being usually depicted with blond hair and angelic wings. ?

Denver Christkindl Market
Added By: Maria Jones


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Reviews for "Denver Christkindl Market"

Nellie Thorton
Aug 9, 2010

Most perfect mittens ever bought.

This is an new location for the market this year - hopefully making it more lively and fun than previous years.  (The years behind Cherry Creek Elway's were the deadest, saddest of all..).

Some of the notable food vendors are Alice's German Deli (GET a potato pancake) and Austria-to-go - an Austrian guy selling soup (the soup is good, good).  Several vendors also have brats - and you can't go wrong there.

The booths are cute, it isn't the run-of-the-mill crap that you see at most of these little festivals, it's cute, handmade stuff - good gifts. The Schnitzel at Alice's was awesome, her kartoffel (potatoes) are wonderful, and the portion size was enough for my boyfriend and me to split (though we weren't terribly hungry).

Daniel Roston
Mar 12, 2010

Awesome German food, music, and little quaint shops

The only thing we can't figure out (and why it is three stars instead of four) is why it is SO DEAD most of the time.  Why can't the German American Chamber of Commerce Colorado Chapter PROMOTE this thing???? It seems to me you have to know about it from years past or just stumble upon it in order to realize that the Christkindl market exists!  Come on! The more the merrier - can't we put an ad in the paper, Westword, something? There are also events, the "tuba Christmas" was there when we were there, and it promised 400 tubas, but most of the tubas were FROZEN and therefore not playable. It was really hilarious to see 250 tubas playing, and another 150 stuffed inside the Corner Market trying to defrost.

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