To the northwest of Denver is a large lake called Sloan Lake where shops, restaurants, housing and bars have all developed tenfold lately. The culture of the area has changed since younger, single transplants have started moving in, but it’s still a great area for families to live, close enough to downtown Denver without the hustle and bustle. It’s a convenient and beautiful place to live with the lake, how the sunset reflects on it, the flora around the lake, plenty of open space, and both Interstates 25 and 70 are within a few miles from this neighborhood, making it easy to head to either the mountains or the airport fairly quickly than other neighborhoods.

To the north of Sloan Lake are a few other popular neighborhoods like Regis and Chaffee park. Not quite as popular as Highland, these two neighborhoods have been able to keep a little more of their personality and character while still benefitting from the gentrification that Highlands has brought to the area. Chaffee Park has been known for being a little rough in some areas like Federal Boulevard, but for the most part these neighborhoods have progressed and developed into safer places for families and younger folk not looking to spend or socialize as much as their Highlands neighbors.

Businesses in Denver Northwest

Everyone is unique – We see the world differently, we interact with it our own way, and however we experience the world, Ajoya brings us all together. Ajoya is the unseen bond between individuals of all types, localities, colors, and personalities.

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Sam’s No. 3™ was the third of five Coney Islands opened by Sam Armatas throughout the 1920’s. It was located at 1527 Curtis Street in the heart of downtown Denver.We Serving our famous Colorado green chili, homemade Greek specialties for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

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Our restaurants have proudly served the Denver metro area with the best Mexican dishes for over 15 years. All of our dishes are prepared with the freshest and finest ingredients. Our chips and salsas are prepared daily in order to bring the real taste of Mexico. El Señor Sol has become a perfect place to … Continued

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Stella’s on 16th showcases an impressive variety of every day culinary essentials. Our goal is to make dining convenient for you! Our central location makes us the ideal gathering place for business meetings and social gatherings alike. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner on the most expansive patio downtown. From grab-and-go afternoon snacks to gelato for … Continued

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Steuben’s is a Denver restaurant recreating American Regional Classics. Eat at Steuben’s. Take-Out at Steuben’s. Drink at Steuben’s. Feel at home at Steuben’s. Only one place can set the standard for certain foods. Lovers of food have their own “greatest hits collection.”

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Tracks is Denver’s premier LGBT nightclub with a sound and light show unrivaled in the Rocky Mountain region. With a name that stretches back for decades, Tracks is deeply rooted within the LGBT community and provides Denver’s best dance party three nights a week in addition to other special events.

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Revelry Kitchen is a chef-driven breakfast/lunch/brunch restaurant located on West 38th Ave. in Denver’s bustling Berkeley neighborhood, two blocks east of Tennyson St. We proudly feature a scratch menu made from fresh, local ingredients in the kitchen and highlighting Colorado beers and spirits in our bar. Revelry Kitchen is a family owned and operated business, … Continued

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At The Populist we firmly believe that dining is a communal act. From the numerous community tables to the nature and construction of the dishes on the menu: sharing your environment and your food is emphatically supported. Chef Power presents a regularly changing lineup of New American small plates that both excite and challenge diners. … Continued

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