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Weekends on Main to Start Friday
Weekends on Main begins Friday, June 12 at 5 p.m. and will continue through Sunday, June 14 at 9 p.m. This new program will continue every weekend through the month of June.
Main Street will be closed to allow al fresco style dining as 14 restaurants expand their space into the street under the beautiful lights. Free parking is available on the side streets, at the Littleton Center, in the Reinke Brothers parking lot courtesy of the Littleton Business Chamber; and at Arapahoe Community College where free pedicab rides provided by the City of Littleton, will carry diners to and from Main Street.
Reservations are required and the following restaurants are expected to participate:
- Grand Station
- Jake's Brew Bar
- McKinner’s Pizza Bar
- The Alley
- Jackass Hill Brewery
- The Tavern
- The ViewHouse Eatery, Bar & Rooftop
- Palenque (formerly Adelita's)
- The Melting Pot
- Pho Real
- Curds Cheese & Nook Coffee
- Smokin Fins
Everyone is encouraged to wear a mask and to shop at Downtown Littleton retail and service-based business on their way to lunch or dinner. Main Street merchants are ready for visitors.