Al fresco evenings carry on in downtown

'Weekends on Main' to continue through Halloween

David Gilbert
dgilbert@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 9/28/20

Weekends on Main, the al fresco dining program that takes over Main Street in downtown Littleton on Fridays and Saturdays, will keep rocking through Halloween. Though the program, originally run by …

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Al fresco evenings carry on in downtown

'Weekends on Main' to continue through Halloween

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Weekends on Main, the al fresco dining program that takes over Main Street in downtown Littleton on Fridays and Saturdays, will keep rocking through Halloween.

Though the program, originally run by the City of Littleton, first ended earlier in the summer, Weekends on Main returned through a partnership between city officials and the Historic Downtown Littleton Merchants Association.

More than a dozen eateries are participating, including iN-Tea, McKinner's Pizza Bar, Jackass Hill Brewery, Palenque, Pho Real, Curds Cheese & Nook Coffee, Ned Kelly's Irish Pub, La Vaca Meat Company, Maha Soul Yoga Studio, and Smokin Fins.

Face coverings are required and reservations are highly recommended.

Greg Reinke, the president of the merchants' association, said he was able to bring costs down for the program by buying all the outdoor tables and chairs outright, rather than renting them as the city had done.

“Watching the businesses in downtown struggle has been one of the most heart-wrenching things I've gone through,” Reinke said. “It does me good to see all these happy faces down here, and it's keeping a lot of restaurants afloat. But I always tell folks: don't just come down here to eat. Bring 20 bucks to spend with one of our merchants. You won't regret it.”

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