South Park Hill was ranked as Denver’s #1 neighborhood in both 2019 and 2020 for exceptional schools, great safety rating, and relaxed suburban feel without sacrificing easy access to downtown Denver. The area is extremely architecturally diverse in both its home and its buildings, making for something new to see around every corner. Though South Park Hill is considered residential in itself, commercial corridors on East Colfax and East 23rd Avenues and a flourishing pocket of local businesses on Oneida Street give you all the personality of Denver living without having to live downtown to find the action. South Park Hill is overflowing with dining options, providing satisfaction for any craving from ice cream to coffee, asian food to brewery-style American. South Park Hill is widely accepted as one of the best living experiences in all of Denver– and will all these great features– we’re forced to agree!
When it comes to dining options, there is simply no place better to explore than South Park Hill. Local favorites include Tables, a cozy, eclectic restaurant serving up fine dining favorites that will make any date night special, and Fiction Beer Company, a brewery that combines literature and beer together to tell a unique story with “dark plot twists” and “the lightness of serendipitous adventure.” Looking for something sweet after your meal? Head over to Cake Crumbs Bakery and Cafe for some of the best treats in all of Denver, or take a quick trip past the border down Colfax to find The Urban Cookie for satisfaction for all your melt-in-your mouth cravings. And don’t forget that there are tons of coffee shops to kickstart your day, including local favorite Torpedo Coffee in Oneida Park. All these dining options not only provide awesome options to enliven your taste buds, but they also serve as gathering places for the South Park Hill community. The neighborhood prides itself on being a diverse and unique place for people to come together, and the restaurants are spearheading the campaign!
South Park Hill’s suburb-in-the-city vibe gives a quieter, more connected feel without sacrificing all the great benefits of the big city. Smaller commercial spots on places like Kearney Street and Oneida Street (we could mention many more!) speckle the neighborhood, making happy hour always within walking distance. South Park Hill residents enjoy neighbor access to City Park, The Denver Zoo, and The Denver Museum of Nature and Science, as well as the City Park Golf Course. In South Park Hill, your feet can take you further than ever before to explore all the great offerings of east Denver. And with sunny, mild weather year around, most days are great for walking (yes – even in the Colorado winter!) Thinking about a move to South Park Hill? Lace up your walking shoes and get ready to discover all the walkable amenities of the neighborhood.