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Cheeky Monk

Cheeky Monk

Not only is the Cheeky Monk a destination for all you European beer snobs looking for unpronounceable brews made by monks, but it also happens to be a great place to sample the rather unique cuisine of the Benelux.
Historians Ale House

Historians Ale House

The long bar at Historians Ale House is reminiscent of something you would find in Boston or Chicago, with its never-ending line of taps surrounded by warm brick walls and sky-high ceilings.
Scruffy Murphy's

Scruffy Murphy's

This neighborhood pub offers a warm, inviting old world setting to have a beer or check out the occasional live act -- traditional Celtic and Irish folk music to acoustic rock -- and hang out with the locals.

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  • 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 this Denver bar or club >>

  • 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 this Denver bar or club >>

  • 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 this Denver bar or club >>

  • 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 this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Corner Bar

    The Corner Bar

    2115 13th St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-442-4880

    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 this Denver bar or club >>

  • 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 this Denver bar or club >>

  • 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 this Denver bar or club >>

  • 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 this Denver bar or club >>

  • 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 this Denver bar or club >>

  • Crave The Latin Caribbean Restaurant

    1523 Market St. Denver, CO 80202-1607
    720-299-8888

  • Crimson & Gold Tavern

    Crimson & Gold Tavern

    2017 S. University Blvd. Denver, CO 80210
    720-379-5454

    http://www.candgtavern.com There's no denying that Crimson & Gold is a college bar; that would be impossible, since this joint is right next to the University of Denver. But it's also a reliable neighborhood restaurant, with lots of room for families and other big groups, a 1,400-square-foot back patio and a menu that appeals to just about everyone. There are bar-food favorites -- sweet-potato fries and homemade BBQ chips -- as well as higher-end items (the "After 5" portion of the menu includes Filet Mignon, grilled salmon and pork chops, complemented by wedge and mixed-greens salads). A crowd favorite at lunch or dinner is the Pioneer Burger: a hearty beef patty piled high with bacon, pepper Jack cheese, haystack onions and BBQ sauce. For a sweet finish, Crimson & Gold also offers a variety of shakes, malts and root beer floats, as well as baby ice cream sandwiches -- three little minty desserts per order. Whether you're toting around five starving kids or just looking for a place to grab a beer, Crimson & Gold can accommodate you. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Crossroads Tavern

    Crossroads Tavern

    400 W. S. Boulder Road Lafayette, CO 80026
    303-926-4254

    While this Lafayette neighborhood spot definitely has elements of a sports bar, including a lot of Broncos memorabilia, pool tables, dartboard and a big-screen TV, it also attracts a good share of bikers. A little too clean to be a dive, the Crossroads Tavern, tucked away in the Coal Creek Village Shopping Center, is roomy enough that you're not standing shoulder-to-shoulder with folks, even when it gets busy on the weekends (when it occasionally brings in bands). It also has a decent-sized patio to stretch out on or have a smoke. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Crown Pub

    134 S. College Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80524
    970-484-5929

    http://www.crownpub.net With more thirty varieties of single-malt Scotch, sixteen drafts, twenty-plus bottled beers and small-batch bourbon, the Crown Pub prides itself on having one of the better liquor selections in downtown Fort Collins, not to mention its signature cocktails and martinis. The Irish-themed pub also features live jazz downstairs on Sundays, and its menu – a step up from standard pub fare -- includes appetizers such as Prince Edward Island Mussels, pommes frites and calamari, and signature burgers, fish and chips, New York strip, blackened yellowtail and chicken curry for dinner. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Cru: A Wine Bar

    Cru: A Wine Bar

    1442 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-893-9463

    http://www.cruawinebar.com Wine cubbies line the back wall of the high-ceilinged sliver of Larimer Square space occupied by Cru: A Wine Bar. The richly appointed room fills with an after-work crowd in the late afternoon, as business types wind down over a glass of wine and a snack during happy hour while others rev up for a big evening ahead. Later at night, the low cherry tables and bar are illuminated by the soft glow of candles, and the conversations get more intimate. Although the big draw is wine - offered by the bottle, by the glass and in dozens of wine flights - Cru proffers sizable cheese and charcuterie boards as well as a full dinner menu to soak up all that alcohol. The wine menu is more international, with bottles that originate everywhere from South America to California; the food selection includes cheese plates and stone-fired pizzas. All the servers give you very personalized attention, and that and the bar's intimate feel make this a perfect choice for a romantic rendezvous or a laid-back meeting. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Cru: A Wine Bar

    8433 Park Meadows Center Drive Lone Tree, CO 80124
    303-708-8084

    http://www.cruawinebar.com

  • The Cruise Room

    The Cruise Room

    1600 17th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-628-5400

    http://www.theoxfordhotel.com The Cruise Room could be Denver's most iconic spot. It's located in the Oxford Hotel, so its marble floors echo with Denver history, stretching back to the late nineteenth century, when Union Station was the crossroads of the Rocky Mountain West and Bat Masterson relieved himself in the giant urinals in the basement bathrooms. But the Cruise Room has more recent history, too: It was renovated in the '30s to look like the lounge on the Queen Mary (hence the name), then got a quick remodel a decade later when the German toast -- one of a dozen circling the walls of the bar -- was deemed politically incorrect; in the '60s, it was the headquarters for a group of carousers known as the Evil Companions. Today, you'll find all kinds of passengers hopping aboard a stool in the Cruise Room -- tourists and business types staying at the hotel, longtime fans who've moved from the suburbs to LoDo lofts, hipsters who've discovered the joys of strong martinis. And good food: McCormick's, which has a bar and dining room flanking the Cruise Room, serves its menu of steaks and seafood in here, too. Ahoy! Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Crystola Roadhouse

    20918 Us Hwy 24 Woodland Park, CO 80863
    719-687-7879

    Located in Woodland Park, about twenty miles northwest of Colorado Springs, the Crystola Roadhouse is one of the few live-music spots in the area. Bikers, ranchers and passersby hit the spot ― and its dance floor ― for a good assortment of local and touring blues, roots and country acts. Definitely one of the livelier spots in Woodland Park, the Roadhouse is also a decent place to eat, with burgers, chiles rellenos, breakfast and more on the menu. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Cuba Cuba Cafe & Bar

    Cuba Cuba Cafe & Bar

    1173 Delaware St. Denver, CO 80204
    303-605-2822

    http://www.cubacubacafe.com Kristy Socarras Bigelow, who opened Cuba Cuba in the heart of the Golden Triangle in 2001, is a poster child for the American Dream. A Cuban-American from Miami whose family didn’t allow her to go to college – “Cuban moms are strict,” she explains – and who had little restaurant experience, she decided to create a Cuban-influenced eatery in two little conjoined Victorian houses. The colorful Cuba Cuba quickly became a seductive hot spot, a go-to place for strong mojitos, fried plaintain chips and big plates of roast pork, along with other dishes based on her family’s recipes. A decade later, Socarras Bigelow opened a fast-casual sandwich-shop spinoff in Boulder: Cuba Cuba Sandwicheria. A third spot, a new and improved Cuba Cuba Sandwicheria, opened in 2013 in Glendale’s CitySet development – and there are plans for more. “Every neighborhood needs Cuban cuisine,” says Socarras Bigelow. And so far, Denver diners clearly agree. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Cuckoo's Nest

    7893 W. Jewell Ave. Lakewood, CO 80227
    303-988-9893

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