All last week Mark Antonation profiled the seven eating options at Avanti Food & Beverage, the new hipster food court that opened last Monday at 32nd Pecos Street in the LoHi neighborhood. But parking was already tough in the hot dining destination, and tempers got hot, too, when the city suddenly started enforcing the two-hour-only neighborhood parking regulations in the area. Says Janora:
Can't wait to try the newest hipster food court, but parking is impossible there.
Have you visited Avanti? If so, how did you get there? And if you drove, where did you park? And what dining destination neighborhood in Denver has the worst parking?
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