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For large group outings, head to Finn’s in Five Points. It’s a great cocktail bar with rotating food trucks.
Ale House’s great patio and actually good bar food have made it the unofficial drinking hub in LoHi.
Historians in Southwest stands out from other breweries in Denver for its great views and above-average food.
Highland Tap is one of the best spots in town no matter the time of day (or night) for drinks and some food.
Highland Tavern in Northwest has good bar food and a lot of TVs, making it one of the best place to watch a Rockies game.
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot is one of the best places for a post-work drink in Five Points.
Escape the crowded part of Tennyson Street at Local 46. It’s a great place for a big group hang, and there’s usually live music.
Postino in LoHi is the type of wine bar we can get behind: good prices, some food, and a great patio.
Briar Commons is a brewery in Northwest, and it has a patio great for day drinking or a big group hang.
El Five’s tapas in the Lower Highlands are pricey but great. And the view makes them even better.
The most important thing about Monkey Barrel in Sunnyside is that they’re serving Carbone’s sandwiches. Hit it for your lunch or late night needs.
Brider is fast casual, but the food is sit-down restaurant quality. Make it you go-to lunch spot in LoDo.
Every city needs a go-to sandwich shop, and Masterpiece is Denver’s best. Go to the LoHi location and bring your sandwich to Confluence Park.
Salt & Grinder is a sandwich shop in Highlands with huge Italian classics like meatball and chicken parm, but also salads, soup, and breakfast food.