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Photos: Denver's Ten Most Bro-Friendly Neighborhoods

We all know Denver has more than its fair share of bros.

But which Denver neighborhood is the most bro-friendly?

The metric assembled by the folks at FindTheBest.com looks at the neighborhoods with the combination of the most fitness centers, the most bars, the most casinos, liquor stores and adult entertainment establishments (jointly labeled "vice") and the highest percentage of residents between the ages of twenty and 34.

Look below to count down the photo-illustrated top ten, followed by a FindTheBest heat map that will let provide you with a lot more information about the bro-friendliness of every Denver neighborhood, whether they made the top ten or not.
Number 10: Capitol Hill
Bro index score: 81.2
Bars per 10K people: 16.69
Fitness centers per 10K people: 5.1
Vice per 10K people: 5.1
Percentage of residents between 20 and 34: 54 percent

Number 7 (tie): Sun Valley
Bro index score: 81.3
Bars per 10K people:  27.36
Fitness centers per 10K people: N/A
Vice per 10K people: 27.4
Percentage of residents between 20 and 34: 27.5 percent

Number 7 (tie): Speer
Bro index score: 81.3
Bars per 10K people: 18.7
Fitness centers per 10K people: 8.9
Vice per 10K people: 11.6
Percentage of residents between 20 and 34: 47.2 percent

Number 7 (tie): Platt Park
Bro index score: 81.3
Bars per 10K people: 11.08
Fitness centers per 10K people: 7.4
Vice per 10K people: 25.9
Percentage of residents between 20 and 34: 36.9 percent

Number 5 (tie): Uptown
Bro index score: 81.5
Bars per 10K people: 25.93
Fitness centers per 10K people: 15.6
Vice per 10K people: 1.7
Percentage of residents between 20 and 34: 57.22 percent

Number 5 (tie): Five Points
Bro index score: 81.5
Bars per 10K people: 33.01
Fitness centers per 10K people: 7.9
Vice per 10K people: 11.0
Percentage of residents between 20 and 34: 48 percent

Number 4. Golden Triangle
Bro index score: 81.6
Bars per 10K people: 51.65
Fitness centers per 10K people: 12.9
Vice per 10K people: 12.9
Percentage of residents between 20 and 34: 38 percent

Number 3: Baker
Bro index score: 81.7
Bars per 10K people: 35.01
Fitness centers per 10K people: 14.4
Vice per 10K people: 20.6
Percentage of residents between 20 and 34: 39.58 percent

Number 2: LoDo
Bro index score: 83.0
Bars per 10K people: 122.26
Fitness centers per 10K people: 24.9
Vice per 10K people: 20.4
Percentage of residents between 20 and 34: 34.8 percent

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Number 1: Central Business District
Bro index score: 83.1
Bars per 10K people: 73.67
Fitness centers per 10K people: 30
Vice per 10K people: 30
Percentage of residents between 20 and 34: 50.2 percent

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