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Bannock Street Garage

Bannock Street Garage

The Bannock Street Garage didn't pull its name out of thin air: For years, it was a Volkswagen repair shop. That is, until 2004, when it was refit as a bar as divey as anything you'd care to find in the metro area.
Goosetown Tavern

Goosetown Tavern

Located across from the Bluebird Theater, the Goosetown Tavern draws beer drinkers, pool players and music fans from the East Colfax corridor and beyond.
Williams & Graham

Williams & Graham

The focus is the big wooden bar, which has a drink menu featuring vignettes, anecdotes and profiles of spirits written by prolific bartenders from around the country, as well as a roster of simple, elegant cocktails.

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  • The Cheeky Monk

    The Cheeky Monk

    534 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    303-861-0347

    http://www.thecheekymonk.com Can an upscale Belgian beer cafe work on one of the weirdest, wildest stretches of Colfax Avenue? Absolutely. Not only is the Cheeky Monk a destination restaurant for all you European beer snobs looking for unpronounceable brews made by monks who've dedicated their lives to Jesus and zymurgy, but it also happens to be a great place to sample the rather unique cuisine of the Benelux -- all mussels and frites and sausages and some of the best sauerkraut ever made. You can thank the folks who brought us a true Brit pub in Aurora -- the Royal Hilltop -- for giving Colfax this cheeky concept. Read more about The Cheeky Monk >>

  • The Classic Tavern

    The Classic Tavern

    3360 Navajo St. Denver, CO 80211
    720-638-7463

    http://www.classictavern.com After decades as the Arabian Bar, the classic dive at 3360 Navajo Street closed in the fall of 2012 and was given a facelift by Barry Zadikoff, owner of Barry's on Broadway, who opened it as Local Bar@Highland in January. But the concept was short-lived: Near the middle of 2013, it was sold to the Little Pub group, which made a few changes and just reopened it as the Classic Tavern. The new owners wanted to provide the LoHi neighborhood with a hangout that has the same dive-bar vibe as the Arabian (the mural on the exterior is a tribute to that spot). Read more about The Classic Tavern >>

  • Cleatz Bar & Grill

    Cleatz Bar & Grill

    8336 East Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80239
    720-379-6644

    http://www.cleatz.com Cleatz had a long run at 39th and Pecos before relocating to better digs at Northfield Stapleton in 2013. The venue's name clearly states its intentions, and with 32 flat-screen TVs around the place, patrons can usually catch the action of just about any game that's being shown. The slightly upscale sports bar also has a few pool tables, as well as a menu with an emphasis on Southern comfort food, including chicken and waffles. Read more about Cleatz Bar & Grill >>

  • Cleopatra

    Cleopatra's Bar & Grill

    6045 W. Alameda Ave. Lakewood, CO 80226
    303-238-9635

    It used to be known Cleopatra's and Piano Lounge, but the name was a bit of a misnomer since there wasn't actually a piano in the joint, so the "piano lounge" part of the name was taken off. While it's easy to imagine the a bunch of folks huddled around a grand piano in this '70s-vibed dimly lit dive, which feels like something left over from the set of Boogie Nights, the only music you're probably going to hear in the place will be coming from a jukebox. But the place does serve some pretty damn cheap drinks and chances are you'll run into a colorful set of Lakewood's finest. Read more about Cleopatra's Bar & Grill >>

  • Club Level Sports Bar

    Club Level Sports Bar

    1885 W. 120th Ave. Denver, CO 80234
    303-920-1550

    http://clsportsbar.qwestoffice.net Sometimes you just want to hunker down with a pint of domestic beer, the game on TV and enough food options to keep you satisfied. Club Level Sports Bar is that kind of place. Located in a strip mall off 120th Avenue, it's surrounded by banks and real-estate agents; in other words, there aren't a lot of frills here. You'll never find wall-to-wall crowds, even during football games -- but that's all part of Club Level's appeal: You can head there any time and be assured of a seat, a drink and a place to hang out for as long as you like. There's a sizable patio, too, for smokers and those who want to enjoy the weather when it's nice. Read more about Club Level Sports Bar >>

  • Club M

    Club M

    700 E. 17th Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    303-832-1333

    http://www.hamburgermarysdenver.com Since its opening in 2005, this branch of the Hamburger Mary's franchise has grown to include a nightclub. Club M, as it's been dubbed, features specialty nights ranging from drag-queen bingo to beer pong. Throughout the year, there's a wide range of other special events taking place, including themed drag shows, comedy and dance parties. Club M also hosts upscale food and spirit tastings and offers food and drink specials that are anything but bank-busting. The club, which occasionally presents high-end classical music, also has an opulent banquet room for private events and a jumbo screen for film. Read more about Club M >>

  • Club Mixx

    11249 E. Colfax Ave. Aurora, CO 80010-2515
    303-366-2771

  • College Inn

    College Inn

    4400 E. 8th Ave. Denver, CO 80220
    303-329-9532

    http://www.collegeinndenver.com While it's easy to dub this popular neighborhood spot, which has been around for decades, a sports bar, the College Inn attracts a lot of folks who are interested in more than just watching the game. With the many flat-screen TVs around the place, it certainly looks and feels like a sports bar, but it doesn't necessarily sound like one. You don't hear the play-by-plays, the whistles or the announcers' banter -- though someone concentrating really hard might catch them. After the Little Pub Company bought the bar from the B.U.F.F. Brothers in 2010, the place got a bit of a facelift, but without stripping away all of its charm. Read more about College Inn >>

  • Columbine Lounge & Restaurant

    7660 S. Pierce St. Littleton, CO 80128
    303-933-7474

    http://www.columbinelounge.com Not to be confused with the Columbine Steakhouse & Lounge on Federal, the Columbine Lounge in Littleton is mostly a sports bar that brings in live music on the weekends. While it can get fairly lively during those weekend sets, there’s also a colorful group of regulars who frequent the spot during the week. The menu is standard bar fare with a good selection of appetizers, burgers, sandwiches and pizzas, as well as prime rib two days a week. Read more about Columbine Lounge & Restaurant >>

  • Comedy Works

    Comedy Works

    1226 15th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-595-3637

    http://www.comedyworks.com The original outpost of the Comedy Works franchise (now with a second location south of town) is underground, but the acts the club presents aren't. The cavernous and oft-cramped room hosts many of the comics who have regularly cozied up to Jay, Dave and Conan (Jerry Seinfeld, Roseanne Barr, Ellen Degeneres, Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle among them), as well as local standup guys and gals. The club has been going since 1981 and even earned accolades in USA Today as one of the top five comedy venues in the country. The setting isn't for the claustrophobic -- tables are shoved together to maximize the laughter-decibel level -- and the drinks aren't cheap. But the laughs aren't, either. Read more about Comedy Works >>

  • Comedy Works South

    Comedy Works South

    5345 Landmark Place Greenwood Village, CO 80111
    720-274-6800

    http://www.comedyworks.com After running the Comedy Works downtown -- which some consider one of the finest comedy clubs in the nation -- for nearly two decades, Wende Curtis opened the Landmark location in October 2008. While the downtown club brings in the younger, hipper and edgier comics, Comedy Works South generally brings in the slightly cleaner, nationally known acts. This 21,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility, which also includes a restaurant and a martini bar, is an upgrade on the downtown location, and the comedy theater holds nearly twice as many people. The venue is also available for private functions, including business meetings, reunions and wedding parties. Read more about Comedy Works South >>

  • The Compound

    The Compound

    145 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-722-7977

    http://www.compounddenver.com Open from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. seven days a week, 365 days a year, the Compound's corner-bar (and gay-bar) legacy is just that: a twenty-plus-year run as a drinking place that barely closes. Weekday patrons start rolling in from hospital night shifts to take advantage of the early opening (and a 7 a.m. happy hour), while rowdier nighttime crowds looking to dance come later to shut the bar down. Bold purple walls and black plastic-tiled floors run throughout the front room, where a small bar services pool- and darts-playing patrons and those looking to socialize in the newly renovated tall vinyl booths. Just through a cavernous opening sits a giant wooden dance floor with a DJ booth perched high above, and Friday nights find the space wall-to-wall with sweaty bodies filing in from a line that often forms around the south Broadway building. Just outside of the dance room's glass doors is a smoking patio, heated in the fall and winter months for year-round use. The only odd accoutrement of the Compound is its wall of lockers for personal item storage. Read more about The Compound >>

  • Conor O

    Conor O'Neill's

    1922 13th St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-449-1922

    http://www.conoroneills.com/boulder/ A staple dive that stands out even in Boulder's crowded bar scene, Conor O'Neill's is the most authentic Irish pub you'll find in the Rockies, thanks to the importation of everything from the bar to the fireplace to the decor. Irish masons even flew over to help build the place. Live music on weekends includes rock, surf, folk and, of course, Celtic. Conor O'Neill's boasts dark rooms lined with eclectic artifacts, placed haphazardly above dark tables and booths. The spot is always a little sticky, thanks to the debauchery that's long taken place within its halls. Although the pub's big draws are its tap beer and live music (the center room hosts open-mike nights and local musicians), many regulars stop in to grab burgers here, too. And it's not unusual to witness groups doing car bombs, even if St. Patrick's Day is a long way off. Read more about Conor O'Neill's >>

  • Continental Room & Lounge

    Continental Room & Lounge

    6635 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80224
    303-759-5536

    After three decades as Teddy T’s, this spot was taken over by new owners in 2011, who changed the name to the Continental Room & Lounge. The space was completely remodeled inside: The bar was redone, new carpet was installed, and the room where the pool tables used to be was made into a lounge. The Continental – still a bit of a fern bar – no longer seems as dingy as it once was, and on the weekends, the room brings in some fine local talent, like the Delta Sonics and Hazel Miller. Read more about Continental Room & Lounge >>

  • Cool River Cafe

    Cool River Cafe

    8000 E. Belleview Ave. Greenwood Village, CO 80111
    303-771-4117

    http://www.coolrivercafe.com Deep in the heart of the Tech Center, the upscale and spacious Cool River Cafe provides a respite for young and not-so-young urban professionals to enjoy a few drinks after the workday. A steak-and-seafood-laden menu gives patrons a reason to linger after happy hour. Read more about Cool River Cafe >>

  • The Cooper Lounge

    The Cooper Lounge

    1701 Wynkoop St. Denver, CO 80202
    720-460-3738

    http://www.cooperlounge.com During the summer of 2014, Union Station held its grand opening for the public with a stunning facelift that included restored windows and fixtures and three coats of white paint, among other things. A few weeks after the grand opening, Cooper Lounge, which is on the mezzanine level of station, made its debut. The space, which has a sleek long bar with seats facing 17th Street, is decked out with comfortable sofas and lounging areas. The lounge offers high-end cocktails and an extensive wine list. Read more about The Cooper Lounge >>

  • CooperSmith

    CooperSmith's Pub & Brewing

    5 Old Town Square Fort Collins, CO 80524
    970-498-0483

    http://www.coopersmithspub.com A fixture in Old Town Fort Collins nightlife for years, CooperSmith’s brewpub is a popular spot for locals and CSU students alike. The place comprises two buildings separated by a walkway: CooperSmith’s Poolside is a pool hall/brewery space, and CooperSmith's Pubside houses the brewpub, which serves a decent selection of brews and above-average pub fare, including smoky brisket with garlic mashers, fish and chips, bangers and mash, macaroni and cheese, and steak. Read more about CooperSmith's Pub & Brewing >>

  • Copper Rail

    Copper Rail

    174 S. Main St. Brighton, CO 80601
    303-655-9933

    http://www.copperrail.com Touting itself as "Brighton's best family-owned sports bar," the Copper Rail lives up to that billing with twenty hi-def big screens, as well as a 135-inch projection screen. But while there are plenty of spots to catch televised games in the bar, the Rail also sports a few pool tables, skee-ball, arcade games and kid-friendly games. With its exposed brick walls and slick furnishings, the Copper Rail is a few notches above Mojo's, which formerly inhabited the space. It has 24 beers on tap and serves everything from wings and nachos to burgers, salads and sandwiches, as well as a kids' menu. Read more about Copper Rail >>

  • Copperhead Road

    3330 N. Academy Colorado Springs, CO 80917
    719-659-9099

    http://www.copperheadroadbar.com While Cowboys is one of the main spots in Colorado Springs for country music, Copperhead Road honky-tonk saloon, named after the Steve Earle song and album, also gets rowdy with its wild late-night parties ― especially on the weekends, when there’s live music or DJs, and ladies' night, on Thursdays. Country music is king here, but the place attracts a lot more than just cowboys and -girls. Read more about Copperhead Road >>

  • Cordial Lounge

    Cordial Lounge

    1521 Pierce St. Lakewood, CO 80214
    303-233-9621

    Originally opened in 1965 as Eddie's Cordial, the Cordial Lounge has had a long run as a neighborhood bar. Located behind Casa Bonita, the spot hosts live music on the weekends and karaoke and trivia during the week. There's a game room with pool tables, darts, pinball, bubble hockey and Skee-Ball, and the menu includes standard bar fare like tater tots and Philly cheesesteaks. Read more about Cordial Lounge >>

  • The Corner Bar

    The Corner Bar

    2115 13th St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-442-4560

    http://www.boulderado.com/corner_bar The Corner Bar, located inside the historic Boulderado Hotel, offers two floors of seating and a heated outside patio. The expansive wine and spirits list -- which includes an impressive array of single-malt Scotches -- is full of specials and unique drinks like the Boulderado Martini (Ketel One vodka, Cointreau and Limoncello with a sugared rim). If that doesn't warm you right, the house-infused bourbon mixed with homemade cider could be the thing that keeps you toasty. And if the Corner Bar happens to be where you claim last call, step right into the lobby of the Boulderado and book yourself a room for the night, because the brunch menu is worth sticking around for the morning after. Read more about The Corner Bar >>

  • Corridor 44

    Corridor 44

    1433 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-893-0044

    http://www.corridor44.com Drinking champagne is often compared to drinking stars, and with its dangling chandeliers and European-style furnishings, Corridor 44 is sufficiently sparkly to support that analogy. While the tiny Larimer Square spot has a full bar, the bubbly is what makes this place rise above the rest. Corridor 44 serves a seasonal selection of true Champagne as well as sparkling wines; during the week, nearly twenty champagne cocktails are available for sipping and sampling. The menu is designed to match the chi-chi drinks, with offerings ranging from truffle-oil fries and caviar to mussels and steak. The ambience is ideal for a first date, an anniversary or an intimate meeting with friends. Read more about Corridor 44 >>

  • The Cowboy Lounge

    The Cowboy Lounge

    1941 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-226-1570

    http://www.tavernhg.com/cowboy_lounge Cowboy Lounge's main attractions may be its spacious dance floor and country music, but this LoDo bar also holds real appeal for sports fans and casual bar-goers. The place is owned by the neighboring Tavern, and both establishments have benefited from the partnership. A shared upstairs patio featuring a full bar and two wide-screen TVs beaming games offers not just a great view, but a chance to get a breather from the dance floor, which can get fairly crowded on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Access to the Tavern also gives patrons more menu options; they can order from a standard bar menu featuring pizzas, sandwiches and salads. Read more about The Cowboy Lounge >>

  • Coyote Ugly Saloon

    Coyote Ugly Saloon

    500 16th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-534-UGLY

    http://www.coyoteuglysaloon.com Notorious for its dancing-on-the-bar female bartenders, made famous by the movie of the same name, the Denver branch of the New York institution doesn't disappoint. For those looking for some eye candy to augment their booze, this noisy joint is always lively. Read more about Coyote Ugly Saloon >>

  • Crash 45

    Crash 45

    321 E. 45th Ave. Denver, CO 80216
    303-955-2835

    http://www.crash45denver.com After the Portulaca Cafe, a decades-old Slavic speakeasy in Globeville, closed in 2008, the White Owl moved in and transformed the space into a cozy dive bar. In 2011, the metal artist Shane Evans took it a step further, dubbed it Crash 45 and started making improvements such as expanding the patio, adding a room for music and DJs, and fitting the space with his own works made from vintage motorcycle parts, recycled objects, discarded bicycles and old truck bodies. Wade Kirwan, who worked for years as executive chef at Vesta Dipping Grill, heads up a small menu that includes burgers and sandwiches. Read more about Crash 45 >>

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