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Neighbors at Park Hill

2202 Kearney St.
Denver, CO 80207
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  • Monday-Saturday 4-10 p.m.
  • $$
  • Full bar
  • Sidewalk tables
  • On-street
  • Recommended
  • Dinner
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining
To find a cafe that offers over forty wines by the glass (yes, you read that right) is always a treat. To find those offerings in the congenial and homey locale that is Neighbors is nothing short of wonderful. This Park Hill cafe opened in 2012 and has been embraced not only by the neighborhood, but by diners from all over town looking for a well-curated and unusual wine list. The eclectic eatery features salads and sandwiches, but our favorites are the tapas-style snacks paired with a libation. The wine flights are especially fun, with tastes of Spain or "juicy reds" in three two-ounce pours. Prices are spot-on for the selections and the setting, and whether you opt for a cheese or meat plate or one of the small shared plates, the staff will know exactly which glass of wine will hit the spot. Not a wine drinker? Don't worry: The beer list is smaller but just as unique, with regional favorites as well as several excellent Belgian classics.

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