Eat your way through the flea market.
There is something for everyone’s taste buds to enjoy at the flea market! There’s a food cart, restaurant or quick-casual stand around nearly every corner at Mile High Flea Market. In fact some 50 cash registers are ringing up food and beverage purchases here, from morning until night, every weekend, all year long.
The Marketplace Grill is the prime spot for eggs and bacon, or a hearty smothered burrito to hold you until lunchtime. If it’s coffee you’re craving in the morning, All Hyped Up coffee shop steams up a morning wake-up call to focus visitors for the big bargain hunts ahead.
Snacks are plentiful at Mile High Flea Market, and they typically come from market carts and stands throughout the grounds. These quick, walk-up eateries are an easy way to purchase handheld foods, allowing visitors to walk and shop while still getting some nourishment. By far the preferred snack (or meal!) is the flea market’s famous turkey legs. There’s just nothing like them in Denver. Other savory snack items around the flea market include hot-buttered whole-ear corn on the cob at the Cobb Stop; authentic Mexican-made street tacos to go from Paco’s Tacos; potatoes done up with a variety of styles and toppings at Papa’s Patatas; and sausage on a stick.
Last, but certainly not least, are those sweet treats. There’s so much variety that it’s easy to please both little ones with hard-to-put-down Dippin’ Dots (those tiny ice cream balls) and adults who might have a hankering for an ice-cold, made-from-scratch aguas fresca, in four different fresh fruit flavors. The Delectables Sweets & Treats stand is filled with ice-cream treats, and when the weather is warm, the flea market also sells the classic Icee frozen carbonated drink.