Welcome to Little Saigon Denver!

Little Saigon Denver is a vibrant cultural enclave located in Denver, Colorado, known for its rich Vietnamese heritage and community. Visitors can explore a wide array of authentic Vietnamese restaurants, shops, and cultural events that showcase the unique flavors and traditions of Vietnam.

FEATURED BUSINESS

Lollicup

Lollicup was created to specialize in drinks that go well with boboa and other delicious add-ins, such as jelli and pudding. Serving smiling faces since 2003.

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Visit our Lunar New Year page for more information

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Lean in and discover a vibrant community bustling with authentic asian dining, a diverse array of locally-owned shops and captivating cultural festivals. Start your journey by watching our videos that showcase the essence and energy of Little Saigon Denver.

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Please join us in celebrating the 2024 Lunar New Year – the Year of the Dragon. Be part of the City and County of Denver's inaugural celebration as we usher in the Lunar New Year with joy and prosperity.

Event Details:
o Date: Friday, February 16th, 2024
o Time: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
o Location: Front steps of the Denver City & County Building - 1437 Bannock St, Denver, CO 80202

Celebration Highlights:
- Councilmember At-Large Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez, who is one of the sponsors of the Lunar New Year State Holiday, will read the Denver City Council's 2024 Lunar New Year Proclamation.

- On June 2, 2023, Governor Polis signed bill HB-23-1271, declaring Lunar New Year an official state holiday. This recognition signifies the contributions that Asian American Pacific Islanders, or AAPI, have made to the thriving City of Denver and the State of Colorado.

- Enjoy a traditional eye dotting ceremony, dragon, and lion dance performance by the Colorado Asian Cultural Heritage Center Dragon and Lion Dance Troupe.

Know Before You Go:
o If you intend to join the Lunar New Year Celebration this February 16th, we will have Lucky Money "Lì Xì" red envelope when you arrive. You are welcome to contribute any cash amount to support the feeding of the lions during the performance. All donations will go directly to supporting the non-profit Colorado Asian Cultural Heritage Center Dragon and Lion Dance Troupe. Your contributions will aid in providing free classes for their students, ensuring the preservation of this sacred tradition for future generations.

o Unpredictable Colorado Weather: Make sure to dress accordingly in case the temperatures suddenly drop.

We look forward to the city coming together to mark this special occasion to embrace the Year of the Dragon, we wish everyone happiness, longevity, good fortune, and a healthy new year!

Please kindly share this invitation with your friends, family, and community inviting them to join us in the festivities!The party continues: The City of Denver's official observance of the Lunar New Year is this Friday at noon at the City & County Building. Come on out and celebrate the Year of the Dragon!
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Please join us in celebrating the 2024 Lunar New Year – the Year of the Dragon. Be part of the City and County of Denvers inaugural celebration as we usher in the Lunar New Year with joy and prosperity.

Event Details:
o Date: Friday, February 16th, 2024
o Time: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
o Location: Front steps of the Denver City & County Building - 1437 Bannock St, Denver, CO 80202

Celebration Highlights:
- Councilmember At-Large Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez, who is one of the sponsors of the Lunar New Year State Holiday, will read the Denver City Councils 2024 Lunar New Year Proclamation.

- On June 2, 2023, Governor Polis signed bill HB-23-1271, declaring Lunar New Year an official state holiday. This recognition signifies the contributions that Asian American Pacific Islanders, or AAPI, have made to the thriving City of Denver and the State of Colorado.
    
- Enjoy a traditional eye dotting ceremony, dragon, and lion dance performance by the Colorado Asian Cultural Heritage Center Dragon and Lion Dance Troupe. 

Know Before You Go:
o If you intend to join the Lunar New Year Celebration this February 16th, we will have Lucky Money Lì Xì red envelope when you arrive. You are welcome to contribute any cash amount to support the feeding of the lions during the performance. All donations will go directly to supporting the non-profit Colorado Asian Cultural Heritage Center Dragon and Lion Dance Troupe. Your contributions will aid in providing free classes for their students, ensuring the preservation of this sacred tradition for future generations.

o Unpredictable Colorado Weather: Make sure to dress accordingly in case the temperatures suddenly drop.

We look forward to the city coming together to mark this special occasion to embrace the Year of the Dragon, we wish everyone happiness, longevity, good fortune, and a healthy new year!

Please kindly share this invitation with your friends, family, and community inviting them to join us in the festivities!

Join us this Sunday, February 18th, 2024 at 1:00pm for lion dance performance to bring in the year of the Dragon! ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to our "Heart❤️" of Little Saigon Denver CO. What an amazing recognition for our AAPI community.
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Congratulations to our Heart❤️ of Little Saigon Denver CO. What an amazing recognition for our AAPI community.  
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Apply for the Denver Legacy Program by February 15 ‼️ Applications are open citywide for round two of the Legacy Business Program. Learn more about eligibility at bit.ly/LegacyBusinessProgram.

A Legacy Business is defined as a longstanding, independent business that has contributed to community character, vitality and holds cultural significance. Discover the Denver Legacy Business registry now at bit.ly/LegacyBusinessProgramRegistry
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We are partnering with History Colorado for an oral history project for Little Saigon (Federal Blvd from Alameda to Mississippi)!

The area is rapidly changing and we want to make sure our history is remembered. If you or your family lived, worked/owned a business, or frequented the area before and would like to give your story, please reach out and we'll connect you to one of our Community Historians.

Message us here or email Joie at joieha@gmail.com.
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