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El Chapultepec

El Chapultepec

A downtown landmark since 1933, El Chapultepec is the swinging home to Denver's finest jazz and R&B artists, who command the stage in the tiny club seven nights a week.
Kentucky Inn

Kentucky Inn

A self-proclaimed "Midwest bar," the Kentucky Inn is just one of many small, discreet dives existing in now-posh neighborhoods like West Wash Park.
Skylark Lounge

Skylark Lounge

Don't ask to see the martini specials: The Skylark is for drinkers and dancers, not trendy scenesters.

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  • Berkeley Inn

    Berkeley Inn

    3834 Tennyson St. Denver, CO 80212
    303-495-3508

    Since 1946, the Berkeley Inn has been slinging drinks to folks from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. seven days a week. This classic neighborhood watering hole brings steady stream of locals and bikers alike. In 2009, new owners gave the interior a bit of a face lift and turned the spot into a nice dive bar as opposed to a neglected dive bar. Read more about Berkeley Inn >>

  • Berkeley Untapped

    Berkeley Untapped

    4267 Tennyson Street Denver, CO 80212
    303-455-2222

    http://berkeleyuntapped.com The bunker-like space on the ground floor of the condo building at 4267 Tennyson Street wasn't very lucky for former tenants. Tastes Wine Bar lasted five years in the spot, then fizzled along with then-owner Daniel Kuhlman's short-lived Wild Catch on East 17th Avenue, while the art bar that took its place barely registered on the neighborhood's radar. New owners Rachael and Jay Bombalicki moved into the space with a modernized concept, quietly opening Berkeley Untapped in July 2014 with a carefully chosen list of craft beers, small-batch whiskeys and wines by the bottle or glass. Since the building's HOA prohibits a fully vented kitchen in the retail space, the Bombalickis concentrated instead on updating the bar and seating area, adding a multi-tap beer-dispensing setup with an industrial look that they found on Etsy, a new wooden bar top salvaged from an antique truck bed, and a few other reclaimed-wood flourishes. Read more about Berkeley Untapped >>

  • Big Willie's Saloon and Grill

    11221 W. 44th Ave. Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
    303-467-3557

    The Wheat Ridge location that houses Big Willie's was once Stan's Caravan, a true country-and-Western hangout for the seasoned cowboy and his dance partner. Big Willie's moved in 2010 and changed things up a bit, adding a more diverse selection of live entertainment on the weekends. Big Willie's sports a large dance floor, pool tables, video games and a large patio for smoking. Read more about Big Willie's Saloon and Grill >>

  • Black Crown Lounge

    Black Crown Lounge

    1446 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210
    720-353-4701

    http://www.blackcrownlounge.com After taking over the former Cafe Cero/Open Tap space, business partners Mark Cameron and Brian Grace transformed it into an authentic piano bar that has what Cameron describes as an old-world, over-the-top, decadent country-club feel. While the multi-level, multi-room spot, situated on South Broadway’s Antique Row, offers fine cocktails and wine, small plates and brunch as well as live pianists and bands, the Black Crown also doubles as a retail store, where some of its lavish furnishings, such as chandeliers, mirrors, framed art and objets d'art, are for sale. There's also a patio in front and one in the back. Read more about Black Crown Lounge >>

  • Black Sky Brewery

    Black Sky Brewery

    490 Santa Fe Dr. Denver, CO 80204
    720-708-5816

    http://www.blackskybrewing.com In September 2013, Harry Smith, a longtime brewer at Breckenridge Brewery, opened Black Sky Brewery, just a block from his old employer and with Breckenridge's full support. Black Sky, which dishes up Connecticut-style pizza along with its beer, was a long time in the making. As noted on its website, the brewery's 23 taps feature both "in-house and guest brews." There's also a heavy-metal theme to the decor and the beer names. The brewery itself has a seven-barrel brewing system that contains old pieces of equipment from Breckenridge; outside, you'll find a patio, a parking lot and a mural. Read more about Black Sky Brewery >>

  • Blake Street Tavern

    Blake Street Tavern

    2301 Blake St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-675-0505

    http://www.blakestreettavern.com Blake Street Tavern is the epitome of a sports bar. Located just two blocks from Coors Field, it's a great place to meet up before or after a Rockies game or just watch another sporting event on one of its forty high-definition televisions. But you can also get into the game yourself: Blake Street has pool tables, shuffleboard, skee ball, foosball and Golden Tee, too. It also has two two happy hours -- one from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday and the other from 10 p.m. until midnight Saturday though Thursday. And then there's the food, which is far better than your standard tavern fare. Read more about Blake Street Tavern >>

  • Blitz Sports Bar

    Blitz Sports Bar

    8468 Federal Blvd. Westminster, CO 80031
    303-426-0260

    http://www.blitz-sports-bar.com Blitz Sports Bar moved into this Westminster strip-mall space following the departure of Captain Jack's Saloon, which had been there for five years ― and with the exception of a Captain Morgan statue, the pirate theme is pretty much gone. But the table that hosts regular poker tournaments at one end of the space is still there, as is the small stage that features live music, DJs, trivia and karaoke nights throughout the week.The rest of the room is simple and straightforward: tables and chairs for drinkers looking for staples like Pabst Blue Ribbon and Budweiser. Read more about Blitz Sports Bar >>

  • Blondie

    Blondie's Firehouse

    3435 S. Inca St. Englewood, CO 80110
    720-963-8408

    http://www.blondiesfirehousepub.com The people at Blondie's take their theme seriously, hanging a fire suit and other memorabilia from the ceiling and cheesecake pictures of fire guys and gals in the bathrooms. Live-music Friday centers around pop and classic rock, but the rest of the week it's pretty much all karaoke, all the time. Read more about Blondie's Firehouse >>

  • Blondie's Firehouse Pub & Restaurant

    180 S. Union Blvd. Denver, CO 80228
    720-963-8408

  • Blue Canyon Bar & Grill

    Blue Canyon Bar & Grill

    1224 Washington Ave. Golden, CO 80401
    303-271-0730

    Located in the heart of downtown Golden and down the street from the Coors Brewery, the Blue Canyon is essentially two separate spaces: the main-floor Grill and the downstairs bar, dubbed the Underground. While you can take advantage of a decent selection of beers, burgers and sweet-potato tots or fries on both floors, the Underground is more geared toward imbibing. It feels a bit dark and industrial, with concrete walls and floors and metal chairs. There’s also a small patio, where you can keep an eye on downtown Golden’s main drag. Read more about Blue Canyon Bar & Grill >>

  • Blue Moon Brewing Company @ the Sandlot

    Blue Moon Brewing Company @ the Sandlot

    2161 Blake St. Denver, CO 80205-2010
    303-298-1587

    http://www.bluemoonbrewingcompany.com The Blue Moon Brewing Company @ the Sandlot has been Denver's most unusual brewery since it debuted inside Coors Field in 1995; located in a hundred-year-old warehouse that was incorporated into the architecture of the stadium, the Sandlot was only open to Rockies ticket holders on game days for many years. But in 2013, the Sandlot began opening to the public on non-game days and for a few hours during days when the Rockies play night games. The restaurant, which serves barbecue, Mexican food and other pub fare, is run by Aramark, and is still primarily open only on game days; the brewery is operated year-round by MillerCoors. This is where the famed Blue Moon was invented, but the Sandlot, which features indoor and outdoor seating, turns out many other interesting beers over the course of the season. Read more about Blue Moon Brewing Company @ the Sandlot >>

  • Blush & Blu

    Blush & Blu

    1526 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80218
    303-484-8548

    http://www.blushblubar.com In 2012, Blush & Blu moved into the space formerly known as tHERe Coffee Bar & Lounge (hailed as Denver's lesbian Cheers). And while still lesbian-friendly, Blush & Blu puts more of a focus on its “Distinct Drinkery” tag. It’s still a place to get a great cup of coffee or coffee drink, but the bar and lounge also has a decent selection of beers, tinctures, elixirs and shots, as well as martinis and other cocktails. It’s a lively spot on weekends and hosts the occasional open-mic night during the week. Read more about Blush & Blu >>

  • Bol

    Bol

    141 E. Meadow Dr. Vail, CO 81657
    970-476-5300

    http://www.bolvail.com Vail venue Bōl takes the bowling-alley concept to another level. With ultra-modern club-like decor and oversized couches, it just might be the classiest bowling alley in the state. And the dining and bar areas are equally sleek, with a dinner menu that includes shared plates, salads and entrées, and a wine list with nearly two dozen wines by the glass and more than a hundred bottles. Read more about Bol >>

  • Bonfire Tavern

    Bonfire Tavern

    7576 W. Jewell Ave. Lakewood, CO 80232
    303-989-2577

    http://www.bonfiretavern.com Billed as Lakewood’s first country-rock-inspired bar, the Bonfire Tavern is a modern take on an Old West saloon. With live music or DJs on the weekend and poker, karaoke and trivia nights, there’s plenty of stuff happening at the bar. There are also a large number of big-screen TVs for watching the game. The place is especially lively during football season, even hosting football bingo two nights a week. The pulled-pork sandwiches are the Bonfire’s specialty, but it also serves other sandwiches and appetizers. Read more about Bonfire Tavern >>

  • Boogie Down Bar & Grill

    5115 Morrison Rd. Denver, CO 80219
    303-936-0397

  • Boone

    Boone's Tavern

    1135 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80210
    720-961-0320

    http://www.pourkids.com Boone's is a neighborhood joint near the University of Denver, which explains the name: Denver Boone was DU's official mascot from 1968 to 1998. But Boone's isn't just about DU. It's "state-triotic," according to co-owner Rob Lanphier, featuring just beers from Colorado, stocking about half of its bar with liquors from Colorado, and "trying to do as much Colorado-sourced food as humanly possible." The majority of the food is made from scratch, including barbecue. "The thing we try to strive for is having great food, basically," Lanphier says. "Better food than people would expect in a neighborhood tavern." Welcome to the neighborhood. Read more about Boone's Tavern >>

  • Boulder Beer Company

    Boulder Beer Company

    2880 Wilderness Place Boulder, CO 80301
    303-444-8448

    http://www.boulderbeer.com First opened in an old goat shed by two University of Colorado professors in 1979, the Boulder Beer Company is the oldest microbrewery in Colorado. At their Pub -- a full-service restaurant -- you can choose from a long list of menu items accompanied by suggested beer pairings. Try the half-pound Buff burger (all natural; no hormones or antibiotics) with a pint of Buffalo Gold, or the veggie burrito with a dry-hopped Hazed and Infused. Even the appetizers here come with recommendations: Buffalo wings with the Flashback India Brown Ale? How 'bout the sampler plate with -- you guessed it -- the Boulder Beer sampler? One word of warning: The Pub closes early (generally around 10 p.m.). Read more about Boulder Beer Company >>

  • Boyz Town Denver

    Boyz Town Denver

    117 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-722-7373

    http://www.boyztowndenver.com One of Denver's prime spots for male revues, Boyz Town hosts them every day of the week except Mondays, starting at 10 p.m. Essentially a gay bar, the club is also popular for bachelorette parties; as the name implies, the dancers are (for the most part) in their early twenties. Since the space is a bit on the small side, it can fill up fast, leaving little room to move around, but that could be seen as part of its charm. It's also an ideal spot for people-watching. Read more about Boyz Town Denver >>

  • BQ's Foods & Spirits

    16961 E. Quincy Ave. Aurora, CO 80015-6101
    303-693-1915

  • Break Room

    5151 S. Federal Blvd. Littleton, CO 80123-2975
    303-797-1155

  • Breckenridge Colorado Craft

    Breckenridge Colorado Craft

    2220 Blake St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-297-3644

    http://www.breckbrew.com Colorado is the brewpub capital of the world, and Breckenridge Brewery was one of the early pioneers that helped the state claim that crown. Since opening nearly two decades ago, this location near Coors Field (one of five Breckenridge pubs) showcases the brewery's extensive selection of handcrafted beers, which can best be sampled during daily happy hour (except when the Rockies are in town). During the day, streams of natural light shine through the venue's skylights, and it turns into a lively joint at night. The place is so spacious that even on game days you shouldn't have to wait long for a table. There's also a good selection of typical pub fare, everything from wings and nachos to soups and salads to burgers and a smattering of Mexican dishes, including enchiladas and fajitas. Read more about Breckenridge Colorado Craft >>

  • Brendan

    Brendan's Pub

    404 Broadway Denver, CO 80204
    720-627-5374

    http://www.brendans404.com After sixty years, Jerry Feld sold his beloved Club 404, and in February 2012, the place reopened as Denver Wheel Club 404. But that incarnation never really got on a roll, and in November 2012, 404 Broadway changed ownership again. It’s been bought by Kevin Geraghty, owner of the defunct (and still missed) Brendan's Pub, who dubbed the spot Brendan's 404 Pub. Read more about Brendan's Pub >>

  • Brewski

    Brewski's Pub & Grill

    2100 E. 104th Ave. Denver, CO 80233
    720-929-1400

    http://www.brewskispubandgrill.com In addition to running a string of bars and clubs since the 1960s, Chuck Persichetti owned Brewski's, at Highway 36 and Pecos, for a decade. Nearly ten years after selling the place (which is now Buckin' Harley's), he resurrected the Brewski's name and opened an updated version of his old spot in Thornton, at the former home of Los Pinos Mexican Restaurant. While the current incarnation is a bit smaller than the old one, Persichetti likes it that way, as he wanted the space to feel more cozy and intimate. Brewski's usually hosts live bands Thursday through Saturday nights, and the menu is made up of standard bar fare, including a variety of appetizers and sandwiches, pizza and burgers. Read more about Brewski's Pub & Grill >>

  • The British Bulldog

    The British Bulldog

    2052 Stout St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-295-7974

    http://www.britishbulldogdenver.com The Bulldog's space actually looks and feels like a bar -- not an art gallery, not a nightclub, not a place that could vanish tomorrow and reappear the next day as a toy store or a hair salon without anyone noticing. It's a double-barreled shotgun of a room with the long oak on one side and rickety, high-backed wooden booths (painted back when it was the Punch Bowl by a regular for liquor money, according to legend) on the other that are devilishly uncomfortable until you get a couple of drinks in you, and then they become miraculously snug and comfy. Out front, there's a covered patio just big enough for six smokers to stand without bumping elbows. And from the kitchen come a variety of simple pub dishes, livened up here and there with hints of Indian and Pakistani cuisine. Read more about The British Bulldog >>

  • Broadways

    Broadways

    1027 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-623-0700

    http://www.broadwaysdenver.com A self-proclaimed "community bar," Broadways, which sits just blocks from Civic Center Park, has been a pre- and post-parade destination of spirited Pride festival-goers for the past eight years. But during the rest of the year, the storefront spot is a nondescript hangout for all kinds, with a pool table garnering the most attention and a tiny bungalow of a dance floor sometimes occupied by a DJ. The jukebox can be found blaring everything from Whitney Houston to Queen, but the patrons bellied up to the wooden bar top surrounded by wooden walls don't seem to mind what's playing. Broadways' small interior suits regulars just fine, but the establishment's back patio -- which will see an expansion in the spring -- is the bar's best feature. Picnic tables and umbrellas accommodate bigger summer crowds, and the outside back bar nearly doubles the amount of space. Read more about Broadways >>

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