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

I use four different dry rubs to season the meat. Everything is slow cooked without BBQ sauce because the sauce hides the smokey flavor. All Yazoo meat items can fend for themselves in taste but we will let you add different BBQ sauces.

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Royal is excited to be a part of Denver’s Berkeley neighborhood. Berkeley is our home, and we’re excited to have you dine at our table. Our one-of-a-kind restaurant is a gathering place for quality time with your kids, laughing with friends, and the enjoyment of a lively burger and floats menu.

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Federal Bar & Grill is a locally owned bar in the Highlands/Jefferson Park neighborhood.Our 20 draft lines will feature craft beers from around the United States, along with some imports and an extensive bottled beer selection. Delicious menu selections and a casual atmosphere round out this updated neighborhood hangout.

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When we started Voicebox, we couldn’t find software that would give our guests the excellent experience we demanded.Our song library is massive, finding songs is simple, and building playlists is easy – did we mention you can manage it all on your smart phone? When you arrive in your suite, your playlist is ready to … Continued

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The good we make begins here. The FRESHEST available, all-natural ingredients. Our beef comes from HUMANELY RAISED COWS, never, ever given growth hormones or antibiotics. We grind everything in-house daily. Our fries are HAND-CUT from select Kennebec potatoes. Our buns are made from scratch & BAKED FRESH all day everyday.

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Fish N Beer is open! It is the latest restaurant from the KTM Restaurant Group.We ship the highest quality seafood direct from both coasts to our kitchen, developing the menu around what is fresh at the moment. We work with our friends in the local cheese, bakery, and farming industries to create seasonal starters and … Continued

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My Brother’s Bar has a fascinating history: oldest still-operating bar in Denver, Neal Cassady hangout.Laid-back haunt with no sign serving up burgers & beers while classical music plays on the speakers.

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The Regional taps into our diverse national palate by presenting hometown sensibilities with a fresh, new look. From small town Blue Plates and Friday night fish fries, to Low Country vittles and uptown icons, it is our goal to bring a bit of where you call home here to the Denver dining scene. The Regional is a … Continued

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Serving the best beer, wine and spirits from around the world!  With over 145 wine selections to choose from, we offer wines for the novice wine drinker to the most discerning palate.  We are all about doing our best to support local people and products, check out our live music and tasting events.  Cozy atmosphere, … Continued

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