The relative newness and organization of Lowry impacts its dining options in two overarching ways. Locals can take advantage of dedicated dining areas that present numerous dining options in a walkable space. However, very few of these restaurants come from established, local chefs.
The Lowry Town Center, for example, sports a central food hub that includes an Einstein Bros Bagels, Subway, Starbucks and Pei Wei. Nevertheless, Lowry wants to provide a less cookie-cutter, commercialized food scene for its residents and actively seeks to establish specialized local restaurants.
Lowry's most famous local eating destination is the Lowry Beer Garden at Hangar 2. A celebrated craft beer scene with some of Colorado's finest brews, the Beer Garden also excels in topping-stuffed hamburgers and fried pickles. The restaurant also features high-definition televisions, an outdoor drinking area and ping pong tables for those seeking a festive atmosphere. Weekly events such as a Texas Hold 'Em tournament draw large numbers throughout the year.
Serioz Pizzeria and wine bar serves the best Italian food in the neighborhood. Stop in for affordable prices, good selection and a particularly popular mac 'n cheese. Dog lovers can even bring their pets
to the back patio, where the owner brings out fresh bowls of water for the patrons' canine companions. Pizzas come thin — not exactly Colorado-style — but highly recommended.
Even with the activity of the Beer Garden and the music scene at The Soiled Dove Underground, the nightlife in Lowry doesn't have the spunk or festivity found in either downtown or neighboring Aurora. Locals seeking more entertainment can enter the RTD transport system through Route 73 on Quebec St., or take a 10-minute drive to the city center.