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USA Today tabs The Source as top food hall

USA Today Travel pegged The Source in RiNo as one of the nation's trendiest food halls.


The Source in Denver

The fact that this European-style artisan food market and retail space is housed in an iconic 1880s ironworks building should tell you something: this place has character. Plus, it's in the trendy River North Art District (known by locals as RiNo, pronounced rhino), home to furniture makers, photography studios and art galleries galore. Inside The Source, you've got 25,000 square feet worth of mouthwatering nibbles. There's a French bakery, a gourmet cheese and spice shop, a liquor store offering private wine lockers, a brewery that serves Belgian sour beers (which Denverites rave about) and a cantina specializing in Mexican street food.

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