Rosenberg's is a breakfast-and-lunch place, open 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Order at the counter, pay the tab, take a seat and wait for your name to be called. If you're lucky, you'll find a table at the long, gold banquette that wraps half the room.
Follow the footsteps of the people who brought the power of Denver’s African- American community to life. This self-guided walking tour leads you to a series of historic markers within the Five Points Historic Cultural District.
The Five Points Business District membership is open to individuals and businesses in the Five Points service area, as well as the broader metro Denver community. Special efforts are made to assure the historic continuity of the area's heritage and promote a sense of community and unified purpose.
As with any new organization, the need for volunteers and stakeholder support is critical. The Five Points Business District Office is no different. You can support the Five Points Business District by becoming a member, joining a sub-committee, volunteering or donating.
All businesses in the area are listed here by category to give the community a resource and an easy way to support these thriving companies.
Dive into Denver’s African American culture as Five Points has a proud history dating back to pioneer miners, cowboys and railroaders.
SOPHISTICATED HISTORY AFFLUENT CULTURE
NEW URBANISM COMMUNITY REDESIGNED