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A taste of Spain in Denver: The 9th Door

The 9th Door is supposedly named after a bar in a small town in the south of Spain, where expats would gather to drink and share stories. The bar was only recognizable by the 9 etched on the door, thus, The 9th Door. So says the menu...

Along with Cuba Cuba and Buenos Aires Pizzeria, The 9th Door is a great addition to best Latin restaurants in Denver. The drinks are great: you can get anything from typical Spanish drinks: wine, tinto de verano, sherry to Latin drinks everyone loves: caipirinhas, mojitos, and even margaritas. The tapas are fantastic, one of my favorites being fried goat cheese balls drizzled with honey. The happy hour menu for drinks and tapas are a great deal...after which time things get a little pricey. The ambiance is chic meets inviting, with brick and red painted walls, dark wood, and cozy lighting.