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Member Reviews (8)
- LingerMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersOct 01, 2013
Walking out onto the 100-seat rooftop at Linger engages your senses: aromas of sweet sesame BBQ tacos from a food truck fill the air, while ahead lies an unadulterated view of the Denver skyline, with the Rockies in the distance. A line of thirsty hipsters forms at the walk-up window of a futuristic RV; they want a taste of the $5 happy-hour cocktails. It’s no wonder the rooftop is packed.Recommended for:Foodies
- LingerMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLGBT+ 1Sep 13, 2013
What a weird and cool and totally 'Denver' place. Right in the middle of the newly hip LoHi neighborhood, Linger offers beer, cocktails and foodie-worthy small-to-medium plates of pretty fantastic fare. I tried the Pad Thai and the Mongolian BBQ Duck Buns. Yum! Bonus: In the warm months, there is a beautiful roof space that provides views of the city and the neighborhood to enjoy with your drinks. One of my new favorite places in Denver!
- LingerJul 31, 2013
Located in LoHi, the Linger sign can be seen from most places downtown – the former Olinger Mortuaries sign has been adapted for all to see. Linger is best known for its amazing rooftop views of the Denver skyline. The majority of Linger’s food is served tapas style and is sorted by cultural region
- LingerFeb 25, 2014
Food lived up to the hype, street food of the world was a cool concept, the fact that the mortuary tables are the same as what you're dining on is a little creep-tastic, but def fits the theme of Denver weird (and don't mind the dessert menus in the shape of body tags). Area is super cute and there's a hopping ice cream shop next door with a line around the block.
- LingerFirst to ReviewJul 22, 2012
Way cool. A new small plates restaurant by the owner of Root Down, one of denver's best. The concept is street food from around the world. The room(s) was beautiful, food and service great. it was very busy so make a reservation. There is incredible roof top dining. The owner Justin Cucci is a master!