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Barker Lounge

Barker Lounge

A self-proclaimed "stray bar," the Barker Lounge attracts a wide array of patrons -- even if the disco balls hanging from the ceiling and the Madonna tunes blaring from the jukebox may suggest otherwise.
Kentucky Inn

Kentucky Inn

The Kentucky Inn is one of many small, discreet dives existing in now-posh neighborhoods like West Wash Park.
Renegade Brewing

Renegade Brewing

The Art District on Santa Fe is known for arts and crafts, but until Brian and Khara O'Connell showed up, it was missing the art of craft brewing.

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  • 12 Volt Tavern

    12 Volt Tavern

    7514 Grandview Ave. Arvada, CO 80003
    303-432-7463 Nestled amid the quiet, small-town charm of Olde Town Arvada, the 12 Volt Tavern is a gritty hole-in-the-wall rock club with no frills or fuss, just good music, cheap drinks and plenty of local punk and rock acts to keep your ears ringing for days. The Tavern may seem out of place among its better-groomed neighbors, but its well-worn character is completely authentic, providing a choice spot for punks and blue-collar barflies to congregate over drinks and games of pool. During the week, the Volt's killer jukebox spits out cuts by Sabbath, Zep, the Clash, Sex Pistols and Hank Williams. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • 16Mix


    1550 Court Place Denver, CO 80202
    303-626-2582 Housed in the Sheraton Hotel, the upscale 16Mix cocktail lounge is an ideal spot for people-watching both inside and outside, since it has floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the 16th Street Mall. A step up from many other downtown hotel bars, 16Mix is visually stunning and has a first-rate crew of bartenders who can whip up anything from an old standby to any number of the lounge's signature cocktails, like the Green Haus (gin, ginger simple syrup and lime juice) or the Key Lime Pie (vanilla vodka, pineapple and Rose's lime mix). Quite a few local brews are on tap, and 16Mix serves small-plate items that include pot stickers, calamari, shrimp quesadillas, burgers and sandwiches. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The 1up Colfax

    The 1up Colfax

    717 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    303-779-6444 A year after opening the 1Up, the hot arcade/bar in LoDo, owner Jourdan Adler took over the former home of Pete's Monkey Bar and put his second bar, now called The 1up Colfax, in its place. With more than 35 vintage arcade games, three lanes of Skee-Ball and nine pinball games, the space is on par with its downtown counterpart (now the 1up LoDo). About a year and a half after opening the Colfax location, Adler opened a 500-capacity music venue in the former Kitty's East space next door. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The 1up LoDo

    The 1up LoDo

    1925 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-779-6444 Opened in March 2011, the 1up LoDo is an arcade, bar and restaurant. Located just half a block from Coors Field, the place features more than thirty vintage arcade games, all from 1985 and earlier, including Pac-Man, Tetris, Galaga, Mortal Kombat and Tron. Named after the green mushroom that you earn in Mario Brothers when you get the free guy, or when player one is up at the start of a game, the 1up has two lanes of Skee-Ball, eight pinball machines and a display case full of vintage home-game consoles. The bathrooms are tricked out with vintage arcade art, and a mural behind the stage area was done by Jason Garcia, one of the live painters with STS9. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • 20 Mile Tap House

    12543 Highway 83 Parker, CO 80134
    303-841-6782 After Parker mainstay Buffalo Boyd's closed, 20 Mile Tap House opened in its place in the summer of 2013. The neighborhood watering hole has close to twenty beers on tap, with a focus on local craft brews, and it also serves Colorado-made spirits. The food menu includes a number of appetizers, salads, burgers and sandwiches, as well as house favorites like fish and chips and Mexican dishes. There are eighteen big-screen TVs around the place for game-watching, and the covered patio, which offers mountain views, has two TVs as well, along with fire pits. 20 Mile brings in live music on the weekends and occasionally on Thursdays. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • 28th Street Tavern

    28th Street Tavern

    2690 28th St. Boulder, CO 80301

    Opened in 2009 on Super Bowl Sunday, the 28th Street Tavern has become a locals' favorite, with an impressive list of continuing specials. During the weekday evening happy hour, 28th Street offers everyone's favorite -- the buy-one-get-one -- plus free pool. And don't let the front room fool you: The bar counter extends nearly thirty feet back and opens up into a large pool room stocked with high-top tables, foosball and a small stage for local acts to play on. Outside is a small fenced and heated patio with seating and a wall-mounted television so you don't lose track of the game. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • 3 Kings Tavern

    3 Kings Tavern

    60 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209
    303-777-7352 Calling 3 Kings Tavern a rock bar just hints at the entertainment to be found here. From hosting an array of dance nights, burlesque revues and art shows in the basement gallery to presenting a full calendar of top-notch local talent (including a rare appearance by Slim Cessna's Auto Club) and compelling national acts (Red Fang and High on Fire among them), this venue is almost always a sure bet. Couple that entertainment lineup with a staff that's as welcoming to the customers as it is to the bands (which are all treated like rock stars, whether imports or exports), and it's easy to see why this joint has so many fans -- even if the sound occasionally leaves something to be desired. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • 3's Bar

    333 Main St. Longmont, CO 80501

  • 3014 Thirty Fourteen

    3014 Thirty Fourteen

    3014 E. Colfax Denver, CO Denver, CO 80206
    303-981-9720 If you didn't already know about it, it would be easy to overlook 3014's best asset: the upstairs patio. Sporting a full bar, benches and umbrellas, it's one of the most inviting spots in the city. But the main part of the bar is nice, too. Even though it's on Colfax, 3014 (formerly Senger's) feels more like an upscale LoDo bar. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • 40 Thieves Hookah Lounge

    1524 N. Academy Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80909
    303-829-2000 Although there are a number of smaller hookah lounges scattered around the state, there probably aren’t many like the original 40 Thieves, which opened in Colorado Springs in 2006. The chilled-out, 3,000-square-foot space boasts a supreme sound system for DJs and parties, but it also has pool tables and TVs. 40 Thieves sells a number of hookah-related products, including items from Al Fakher and Big Head. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • 40 Thieves Hookah Lounge

    5500 S. Simms St. Littleton, CO 80127
    720-388-5021 Like the original 40 Thieves, which opened in Colorado Springs in 2006, the Littleton location is a 3,000-square-foot hookah lounge/dance club. The smoking establishment, one of the area’s biggest hookah lounges, sports a booming sound system, a dance floor, a VIP room, a number of HDTVs, pool tables, arcades, air hockey, an eight-foot waterfall and an island bar. DJs spin on the weekends, and the venue has theme nights and a free pool night during the week. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The 9th Door

    The 9th Door

    1808 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-292-2229 When the 9th Door opened in 2005, veteran chef Michael Wahaltere was called in as a consultant, and he created a menu of Spanish favorites, meant to be mixed and matched and made into a meal. To go with this inviting lineup, the cavernous spot was decked out in coppery hues and dark woods, with a plush red banquette along the wall and a bed in the middle of the dining room, gimmicky enough to make you feel like you've entered some adult theme park. The decor remains; the chef does not. Today's board keeps a lot of the original Wahaltere creations; the menu is divided between hot and cold tapas, all of which combine such traditional ingredients as olives, ham and Manchego and goat cheeses, with varying levels of complexity and success. The best time to stop by this restaurant is during happy hour, when the bites and beverages are a steal. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • @ Cheers

    @ Cheers

    11964 Washington St. Northglenn, CO 80233
    303-955-5660 After a long run as the Golden Cue and a brief stint as Chasers, the owner of JR's Silver Bullet in Thornton and England native Rob Kirk opened @ Cheers in March, 2011. While the place still hangs on to some of its charm when it was the Golden Cue (yes, there are still plenty of pool tables), this spacious bar in a Northglenn strip mall was remodeled and cleaned up when @ Cheers moved in. The live entertainment was also stepped up -- local rock and hard rock bands play on the weekends and the bar hosts karaoke on Thursdays. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • A.F. Ray

    A.F. Ray's

    2700 8th Ave. Greeley, CO 80631
    970-353-1706 Named after a bootlegger who served booze to folks in Weld County during Prohibition (and who allegedly shot someone’s finger off in a poker game), Greeley-based A.F. Ray’s is hailed as Northern Colorado’s only bar/arcade. The spot, which also serves New York-style pizza (as well as subs and salads), is popular with the UNC set, especially on weekends when it hosts live music or DJs. There are also karaoke, poker and beer-pong nights during the week. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Abbey Tavern

    Abbey Tavern

    5151 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220

  • Abbey Tavern

    5151 E Colfax Avenue Denver, CO 80220

  • Absinthe House

    Absinthe House

    1109 Walnut St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-443-8600 After a thirteen-year run as the Foundry, new owners took over this spot in 2010 and turned it into a bar that looks like it dates back to that day almost a century ago when absinthe was banned, but with an updated feel. Since the owners also run the Green Fairy absinthe bar and two restaurants in Summit County, they already had a handle on the absinthe market, so it's not surprising that Absinthe House boasts the largest selection of absinthe of any bar in America. The front part of the space is a restaurant that serves lunch and dinner; the back is a 6,000-square-foot nightclub with DJs spinning European electronic music six nights of the week as well as theme nights throughout the week. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Ace


    501 E. 17th Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    303-800-7705 Ping-pong has arrived in Denver. And if what’s happening at Ace, the latest restaurant by the team behind Vesta Dipping Grill and Steuben’s, is any indication, the game has the power to transform a night on the town. Although owners Josh and Jen Wolkon can’t take credit for making the squat paddles cool, they certainly lobbed the craze into Denver’s prime time, repurposing a cavernous, 9,000-square-foot garage next to Steuben’s into a hangout extraordinaire. Even without the eleven ping-pong tables (including some on the patio), the space would feel like a party: lights low, music pumping, the decor full of fun touches like shipping containers, airplane parts and a curvy bar with scorpion bowls, alcoholic shaved ices and fab barman Randy Layman. Waits for a ping-pong table approach two hours on weekends; fortunately, there’s plenty to do in the interim. Eat, for example. Because as much as Ace is a ping-pong hall and bar, it also has a kitchen intent on keeping up with the spot’s flashier components. Food skews Asian – but it’s reinterpreted Asian, with none of the dishes we’ve all come to know (if not love) at Americanized Asian joints. Instead, go for crispy beef in honey-ginger sauce, ginger-soy steamed sea bass, red-curry beef, and steamed bao, stuffed with goodies like chicken thighs or braised short ribs. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Ace Hi Tavern

    Ace Hi Tavern

    1216 Washington Ave. Golden, CO 80401

    Ace Hi Tavern is a Golden institution: Residents of the sleepy foothills town have been living it up at this Washington Street bar for half a century. The cushy booths are just the thing for sinking into if you don't feel like perching on a bar stool, and the tavern has plenty of distractions for drinkers, including a pool table and television. There are bound to be several other people in the bar no matter when you walk in -- but on weekends, during happy hours and on beer pong nights, expect it to be packed. Ace Hi serves hot dogs out of a wire rotisserie for $1, plus the usual array of chips to help balance out the booze. The decor is Western-themed and Colorado-proud, with maps of the state and "Native" signs adorning the walls, and old-fashioned steer horns fancied up with Mardi Gras beads stationed above the cash register. The tavern features DJs on Fridays and karaoke on Saturdays, and when there's no live entertainment to be had, you'll find plenty of hard rock on the jukebox. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Adrift


    218 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80223

    Between the ’60s and the ’80s, Denver had a fairly vital tiki scene, thanks to Trader Vic’s and Don the Beachcomber, but save for a few short-lived tries over the last few decades, this city's tiki action was largely extinguished years ago. When the 2,200-square-foot Adrift finally opened after several delays, it established itself as Denver’s only tiki bar. Co-owner Jay Dedrick, who owns Denver’s Swing Thai restaurants, wanted the spot to be old-school and timeless, and indeed, Adrift is a step back in time. The spot specializes in modern and classic tiki cocktails as well as Prohibition-era tropical drinks. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Aggie Theatre

    Aggie Theatre

    204 S. College Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80524
    970-482-8300 Fort Collins's biggest live-music hall is a converted movie theater retrofitted with two bars. The Aggie sports a broad, multi-leveled floor that ensures a good view from anywhere, although a brutal chain-link fence separates the aged from the under-aged. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • All In Sports Bar & Grille

    7576 W. Jewell Ave. Lakewood, CO 80232

  • Altitude Bar & Grill

    3484 S. Broadway Englewood, CO 80113

    Altitude Bar & Grill took over the former home of Pete's Cafe in Englewood in the summer of 2013. Located near a few other bars on this stretch of South Broadway and not too far south of the Gothic Theatre, the Altitude, which sports a pool table, is a no-frills joint that’s a modern take on the diner it used to be. The menu includes several types of burgers, as well as sandwiches, salads and appetizers, and the occasional DJ spins on the weekends. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Appaloosa Grill

    Appaloosa Grill

    535 16th St. Denver, CO 80202
    720-932-1700 When you stumble off the 16th Street Mall and into the Appaloosa, a cheerful, independently owned spot, odds are good that you'll hit a happy hour. Because the Appaloosa's happy hours are very, very expansive -- almost as expansive as its booze is inexpensive during these times. And you can often down your drinks while listening to live music -- a rarity in this part of town. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Aqua Lounge

    Aqua Lounge

    1417 Krameria St. Denver, CO 80220
    720-287-0584 Talk about your 180s: The Mozart Lounge long held a place in the hearts of dive-bar diehards, serving cheap, early-morning beers to workers just off the job at nearby hospitals and late-night cocktails to the riff-raff and bikers who might grace those same med centers later in the evening. But now the space has been completely reinvented by the owners of the Barker Lounge as a slick, H2O-themed cocktail lounge, complete with sleek leather furniture, live entertainment, a VIP area and dim lighting. It might seem a little out of place on a block sandwiched between Colfax and one of the busiest King Soopers in the state, but Aqua Lounge is making it work. And even those Mozart regulars might be lured back by the four-hour happy hour Aqua offers each day, plus the karaoke on Thursdays and pianists on Fridays and Saturdays. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

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