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Twenty Denver Neighborhoods With the Most Bars

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Which Denver neighborhoods have the most bars?

FindTheBest.com collected the data to answer that question for a post featured in the Denver Business Journal

We've collected and photo-illustrated the top twenty, featuring FindTheBest.com data for the number of bars in a particular neighborhood per 10,000 people.

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

Number 20. Valverde
15.1553 bars per 10,000 people

Number 19. Country Club
16.3559 bars per 10,000 people

Number 18. Capitol Hill
16.687 bars per 10,000 people

Number 17. Speer
18.7049 bars per 10,000 people

Number 16. Jefferson Park
19.6773 bars per 10,000 people

Number 15. City Park West
20.1491 bars per 10,000 people

Number 14. Cherry Creek
20.344 bars per 10,000 people

Number 13. Berkeley
22.1976 bars per 10,000 people

Number 12. Highland
25.0746 bars per 10,000 people

Number 11. Uptown
25.9336 bars per 10,000 people

Number 10. Auraria
26.3505 bars per 10,000 people

Number 9. Sun Valley
27.3598 bars per 10,000 people

Number 8. Overland
32.4374 bars per 10,000 people

Number 7. Globeville
32.7154 bars per 10,000 people

Number 6. Five Points
33.0059 bars per 10,000 people

Number 5. Baker
35.0082 bars per 10,000 people

Number 4. Denver International Airport
43.554 bars per 10,000 people

Number 3: Golden Triangle
51.6462 bars per 10,000 people

Number 2. Central Business District
73.6698 bars per 10,000 people

Number 1. LoDo
122.255 bars per 10,000 people

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