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multicultural, multi-ethnic, cosmopolitan spots?

Denver seems like a great city, and I'd love to move there; but my girlfriend really wants to live somewhere that's got a thriving multi and inner-racial community.  We'll be visiting for GABF this year and I'd love a chance to show her what Denver has to offer, in that regard.  Any suggestions?

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top answer by
Janice from Golden, CO

Hi Omar! I don't know if you're still here for the Great American Beer Festival (GABF), but Denver does have some diversity, mostly around ethnic restaurants.  It's not quite on the level of a New York, Los Angeles or San Francisco, but we have our share.  Five Points is the traditional African-American neighborhood, and is supposed to have some great live music clubs.  We have some pretty good Mexican/New Mexican restaurants - my favorites are Rosa Linda's in the Highlands neighborhood and Jack N Grill on Federal.  Also on Federal, there's a lot of great Vietnamese restaurants.  There's also a Japanese block (not really an area) called Sakura Square that has a really cool Japanese market.  I kind of wish we had more culturally-related things to show off here, but that's what we have.

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answered by
Elizabeth from Denver

If you are still in this week week of (9-25/10-5) we have an awesome art walk or art district. Its every first friday of the month and it a an art walk where people come from all around the metro area to see it. Also close to the art walk is a farmers market on saturday from 8- 12 in the morning. If you are interested!! Good Luck!!

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