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Photos: Red Poppy Tea and Hookah Parlour opens in Highland

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The Highland neighborhood is smoking hot these days, and last week it got even hotter when Red Poppy Hookah Tea and Hookah Parlour opened at 2120 West 29th Avenue. Co-owners Mayes and Sakshi Mears already have a Red Poppy in Iowa; when they decided to open a second spot, they put it in a cozy Victorian bungalow in LoHi.

Keep reading to see photos of the new Red Poppy.

Red Poppy is open from 4 to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, 4 p.m. until midnight on Friday and Saturday. For more information, call 303-330-1718.


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