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Since the completion of the Highland Bridge in 2006, Denver’s Lower Highland, or LoHi, has seen an explosion of new bars, coffee shops, restaurants, galleries and independent stores. Here are the 10 must-try restaurants in the neighborhood.
Neighborhood restaurants are a relatively new phenomenon in LoHi and Colt and Gray shows how they should be done. The interior is warm and inviting, with a fireplace in the center of the cozy dining room. It also features exposed walls and wooden pillars. All of the menus offer an extensive selection of food that utilizes high-quality local ingredients in a modern American style. It was also featured on the Food Network show ‘Best Thing I Ever Ate’ for its dessert, so make sure you save room at the end of your meal. There are substantial beer and wine menus and a sommelier on hand to give drink recommendations so that you can make the most of your meal.