Named by Forbes as one of the best hipster neighborhoods in the US, The Lower Highlands — LoHi for short– peddles rooftop bars, festivals like the LoHi Music Festival, street fairs, and the third highest number of coffee shops per capita nationwide. LoHi is a funky shape, located between Speer Blvd/29th Ave. and 38th Ave. and between I-25 and Federal Blvd. It’s set up on a hill overlooking Riverfront Park and Commons Park just across I-25 to the east with the Highlands neighborhood behind it to the west. There’s a pedestrian bridge that connects LoHi to the LoDo (Lower Downtown) area. The construction of the bridge is largely responsible for the burst of development and renovation which is causing the area to turn into a trendy hot-spot.

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Root Down

Breckenridge Brewery

LoHi Steak Bar

Old Major

Denver Beer Co.

Paris on the Platte

The Truffle Table

Ste. Ellie