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Seven New Patios You Should Try Now in North Denver

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| Photo: Courtesy of the Karin Lawler


There is promise of a bit of a cool down in the forecast this weekend and patios around town are sounding more and more attractive. The North side of Denver, from River North to LoHi and the Highland Square have some new spots for those seeking to enjoy a meal or a beer al fresco. These seven new patios offer everything from an energy-filled evening of modern Mexican food at Pinche Tacos to brats at Uber Sausage and a creative meal in a secluded space at the Populist.


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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

The Populist

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In a secluded space, the garden-like patio at the Populist, can accommodate 35 guests at community tables and a few more at cocktail tables.

Corner House

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Corner House just opened this patio. It is shaded, relatively quiet, and a perfect spot for dinner or a drink following your meal.

Old Major

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Capturing some of the energy of the bar, the patio at Old Major is the perfect spot to enjoy the restaurant's happy hour, but also a great location for a full-on dinner.

The Über Sausage

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Casual and relaxed, with large wooden community tables dotted with giant rolls of napkins, the Uber Sausage patio is perfect for some LoHi people-watching.

The Truffle Table

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A long bar-like table lines this narrow outdoor seating area at the Truffle Table and the energy is spectacular. Diners enjoy the small plates and varied cheeses that chef Crickett Burns carefully curates for this new eatery.

Pinche Tacos

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Casual, relaxed, and maybe a tad boisterous is the patio at Pinche Tacos Highlands. Guests enjoy the extensive selection of tequilas and the great tacos that the crew led by Kevin Morrison prepare.

Fire on the Mountain

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A good selection of beer, great snacks plus some killer wings, and a relaxed neighborhood bar feel is what brings guests back to this patio.

The Populist

In a secluded space, the garden-like patio at the Populist, can accommodate 35 guests at community tables and a few more at cocktail tables.

Corner House

Corner House just opened this patio. It is shaded, relatively quiet, and a perfect spot for dinner or a drink following your meal.

Old Major

Capturing some of the energy of the bar, the patio at Old Major is the perfect spot to enjoy the restaurant's happy hour, but also a great location for a full-on dinner.

The Über Sausage

Casual and relaxed, with large wooden community tables dotted with giant rolls of napkins, the Uber Sausage patio is perfect for some LoHi people-watching.

The Truffle Table

A long bar-like table lines this narrow outdoor seating area at the Truffle Table and the energy is spectacular. Diners enjoy the small plates and varied cheeses that chef Crickett Burns carefully curates for this new eatery.

Pinche Tacos

Casual, relaxed, and maybe a tad boisterous is the patio at Pinche Tacos Highlands. Guests enjoy the extensive selection of tequilas and the great tacos that the crew led by Kevin Morrison prepare.

Fire on the Mountain

A good selection of beer, great snacks plus some killer wings, and a relaxed neighborhood bar feel is what brings guests back to this patio.

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