They provide a genuinely authentic neighborhood setting with incredible croissants and fast Wi-Fi. The expansive selection of pastries makes it difficult to choose only one delicacy. Their handcrafted drinks come in quaint mugs that bring you back to your grandma’s house. Slide into the comfy booths with a cup of coffee and absorb the lovely atmosphere with a friend.
Whether you’re in the mood for brunch, lunch, or dinner, Esters has you covered. Denver has two locations, but this one is the quintessential neighborhood gem. Order something tasty off the elevated pub fare and eclectic pizza menu, check in on your favorite sports team or enjoy Sunday Funday with friends.
This location presents itself proudly on Colfax Avenue. Their old-fashioned look is eye-catching, and their ice cream is mouth-watering. Nuggs practically oozes personality. Art covers the outside of the building, and cartoon celebrities sit high on the walls inside, holding their own scoops. They offer what feels like an endless selection of different flavors with seasonal offerings. You can sit inside the shop or outside as you enjoy your scoop. Nuggs is a wonderful place to gather during a hot summer day – or visit when you’re just dying for something sinful.
This brewing company has proudly established itself inside what used to be Denver Fire Station 26. Their walls are decorated with medals and fire station memorabilia. The piece de la resistance: a vintage fire pole! They brew their beer in-house, and it is simply to die for. Be sure to try Tangerine Cream – it’s a creamsicle in a glass. Stop by to take in the ambiance, and stay for a fresh beer (or two) with your Park Hill neighbors.