One of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods, Lincoln Park is named after a public park close to the Santa Fe Art District and downtown Denver. It has about 7,000 residents and is nationally known having been named one of the nation’s ten great neighborhoods by the American Planning Association in 2014.

The RTD’s light rail is located at 10th Avenue and Osage street. Interstate 25 runs north-south through the Western part of the neighborhood. The Art District, located on Santa Fe between 6th and 12th, is the home of the “First Friday  Art Walk” and “Collectors Night.”

It’s also home to over 40 restaurants, shops, and galleries.

Businesses in Lincoln Park

We offer Denver’s best and most authentic Mexican food and a full bar. Regardless if you are in a crunch for lunch or wanting to hang out all night in our gorgeous patio! El Noa Noa invites you to bring your friends and family and enjoy life the way it was meant to be!

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Our tortillas are always fresh with quality, traditional, authentic ingredients and you can taste the difference. We take pride in our wide selection of quality Mexican food products. We use authentic quality ingredients in both of our corn and flour tortillas. There is another reason our tortilla has a fresh delicious taste. Our tortillas are … Continued

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Our flavors come from Mexico City with a rich culinary history. We have all the typical Mexican Fare you have come to expect from a Mexican restaurant Enchiladas, Chile Rellenos, Tacos, Burritos, Tamales and the not so typical Gorditas, Synchronizadas, Chilaquiles & Sopes

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Such continual growth is no coincidence, though: we make the dough fresh every day, and the tomatoes we use for our  sauce are imported from Italy’s San Marzano Valley. The menu features all the staples, including cheese, pepperoni, and sausage, as well as various specialties, such as the ham, bacon and pineapple-loaded Long Island or … Continued

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Domo is a Japanese Country Foods restaurant located in Denver, Colorado. Chef Gaku Homma is also the founder of Aikido Nippon Kan, located at the same address. Also in this facility is a Japanese country museum, (seen at right) and a traditional Japanese garden, making Domo a unique dining experience.

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