Reader: You Should Rename This List the Best Late-Night Hipster Hangouts in Denver

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Last week we named the Ten Best Places for Late-Night Eats in Denver, and the response was immediate. Where was Jerusalem? Breakfast King? Chubby's? And the inclusion of Mary Jane's on the list made it a "joke," says one reader. Adds James:

You should rename this the best late-night hipster places in Denver. This list is just bad.

Concludes Sheri: 

Pretty quickly we will be adding "That's so Bourgeois" to this list.....

What did you think of our list? What's your favorite place for late-night eats in Denver?

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