High Point Creamery, Park Burger open in Hilltop; Adagio to follow

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Courtesy of High Point Creamery
Denver's first High Point Creamery, its second Adagio Bakery and its fourth Park Burger have all taken spaces in the tiny shopping center at the corner of Holly and Cedar streets in the Hilltop/Crestmoor area.

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High Point Creamery is new to Denver, and opened just in time for the summer heat. And while Park Burger has already proved its popularity, it looks like it will be even more popular here, since this is its only location with a wine and beer license. Both were doing a good business this past weekend.

Adagio, a bakery that opened its original location in Park Hill in 2006, has more space and expanded hours in this neighborhood hungry for more breakfast options; it should open any. day..

Here's a look at High Point, which held its grand opening last Thursday.

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Courtesy of High Point Creamery

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Keep reading for more photos of High Point Creamery.

Location Info

Park Burger

211 South Holly Street, Denver, CO

Category: Restaurant

Adagio Baking Company

211 South Holly Street, Denver, CO

Category: Restaurant

High Point Creamery

211 South Holly Street, Denver, CO

Category: Restaurant


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Justin Winchell
Justin Winchell

Hmmm... High Point Creamery looks like a direct rip off of Jeni's Ice Cream in Ohio...

denvergregg
denvergregg

Adagio is off to a good start, even though the selection is smaller than in the original store for the time being.

Park Burger is off to a great start. Both the Pearl and 17th locations have full liquor licenses, so it's not like Holly has a big edge on them in that regard.

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