The Golden Triangle Creative District is one of Denver's oldest neighborhoods, a delightful mix of historic single-family Victorian homes on tree-lined streets blended with chic new galleries, trend-setting restaurants and elegant high-rise apartments. After dark, the area dubbed "SoCo" for south of Colfax, has some of the cities hottest night clubs and outdoor patios, while the six restaurants in the 900 block of Lincoln offer distinctive Denver dining. With more than 50 galleries, fine-art studios, specialty stores, hip restaurants, nightclubs, coffeehouses and bistros, the neighborhood is a great place to explore on foot.

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