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Twenty Denver Neighborhoods With the Fewest Bars

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Last month, we shared a list of the Denver neighborhoods with the most bars.

Today, we feature the opposite side of the coin — those neighborhoods with the fewest bars according to FindTheBest.com data as assembled by the Denver Business Journal.

We've collected and photo-illustrated the twenty (presumably) thirstiest parts of the metro area.

Count them down below, and for even more information, check out the original DBJ post.

Number 20. Whittier
4.19287 bars per 10,000 people

Number 19. West Colfax
4.11607  bars per 10,000 people

Number 18. Sloan Lake
4.11579  bars per 10,000 people

Number 17. Westwood
3.94063  bars per 10,000 people

Number 16. Barnum West
3.72509  bars per 10,000 people

Number 15. Lowry Field
3.26264  bars per 10,000 people

Number 14. Mar Lee
3.24834  bars per 10,000 people

Number 13. Harvey Park
2.70587 bars per 10,000 people

Number 12. Southmoor Park
2.61233  bars per 10,000 people

Number 11. Cory-Merrill
2.54777  bars per 10,000 people

Number 10. Park Hill
2.32558  bars per 10,000 people

Number 9. Harvey Park South
2.29885 bars per 10,000 people

Number 8. Bear Valley
1.86185 bars per 10,000 people

Number 7. Green Valley Ranch
1.79937 bars per 10,000 people

Number 6. Barnum
1.64799 bars per 10,000 people

Number 5. Gateway
1.4241 bars per 10,000 people

Number 4. Hilltop
1.38792 bars per 10,000 people

Number 3. Fort Logan
1.1868 bars per 10,000 people

Number 2. Montbello
0.330196 bars per 10,000 people

Number 1 (tie): South Platte and Windsor
No bars listed

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