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Casselman's Bar & Venue

Casselman's Bar & Venue

The last word of Casselman's Bar & Venue really tells you what you need to know: This is a venue, above all, and a huge one, located on a warehouse-y stretch of Walnut Street in the Ballpark neighborhood.
Goosetown Tavern

Goosetown Tavern

Located across the street from the Bluebird Theater, the Goosetown Tavern draws beer drinkers, pool players and music fans from the East Colfax corridor and beyond.
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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  • The Dive Bar & Grill

    11810 W Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80215
    303-232-9873

    http://www.thedivebardenver.com Although the Dive Bar's website claims that it's "not just another hole in the wall," the Lakewood joint, which was once home to the County Cork Bar & Lounge, definitely has a lived-in vibe. But drinks are cheap; live music, karaoke, pool leagues and trivia are offered on a weekly basis; and most everything on the menu is homemade and cooked fresh. The house specialty is brick-oven, hand-tossed pizza. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Dive Inn

    The Dive Inn

    1380 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210
    720-242-6157

    http://www.diveinndenver.com Denver's longest-running gay bar, BJ's Carousel, closed in 2011 after a three-decade-plus run. The South Broadway spot was then gutted and remodeled, reopening in 2012 as the Dive Inn. The new bar's nautical theme was inspired by the owner's numerous trips as a teenager to Cozumel, where he opened a dive shop after high school. At the Dive Inn, photos from deep-sea fishing trips share space in the back room with foosball and pool tables and a second bar. The place also sports a taqueria and 2,500 square feet of patio space. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Doc's Pub & Grill

    10890 E Dartmouth Ave. Denver, CO 80014
    303-671-5324

    http://www.docspubandgrill.com

  • Don

    Don's Club Tavern

    723 E. 6th Ave. Denver, CO 80203

    http://www.donsclubtavern.com Don's Club Tavern, one of Denver's longest-surviving dive bars, got a bit of a facelift after the bar's namesake died and the folks behind the Little Pub Company took it over in 2005. And while most of the decor and a lot of the old charm are still intact -- as are some of the serious-about-their-drinking regulars -- it also got a few improvements, such as a big garage door facing Sixth Avenue that opens for warm weather; more booths and tables with stools; a back-patio-length green paint job, aluminum roof and industrial heater; high-def flat-screen televisions; Golden Tee and Silver Strike video games; and touch-screen point-of-sale registers. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Dougherty

    Dougherty's Neighborhood Restaurant and Pub

    5 E. Ellsworth Denver, CO 80209
    303-777-5210

    http://www.doughertysrestaurant.com Dougherty's is a neighborhood pub that caters to the entire neighborhood - the young and the old, the hip and the square, the firemen, the drunks and the industry people. It's kid-friendly, pet-friendly, family-friendly and drunk-friendly, with cheap lunches all day and happy-hour specials at the bar. The tenders here pour some of the strongest drinks in the entire city, and when the time comes for soaking up that firewater, Dougherty's also has an excellent pub kitchen, a nice dining room separated from the bar, and a menu that's better than you'd expect. Just past the small front patio sits a cozy three-room pub serving up typical Irish food and drink (think Guinness paired with bangers and mash) along with the not-so traditional (like a prosciutto-and-cheese creation called "Leprechaun Lollipops"). Brunch is also a big draw for the pub, offering the usual egg-centered fare plus sweeter items such as French toast. For the most part, Dougherty's feels like a nice, neighborhood bar perfect for a pint. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Downing Street Grill

    3090 Downing Street Denver, CO 80205
    303-327-4222

    http://downingstgrill.com

  • Dr. Proctor

    Dr. Proctor's Lounge

    4201 E. Mississippi Ave. Glendale, CO 80246
    303-756-1665

    You wouldn't necessarily expect it, driving through the Glendale strip mall that houses shops like the Bookies, but Dr. Proctor's is a bit of an institution, having been around for over thirty years. A large space with tons of pool tables (free from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and a kitschy atmosphere, the lounge has been cranking out food and drinks behind its nondescript facade with impressive longevity. The kitchen specializes in comfort-food lunches and burgers and burritos for dinner. Happy hour runs from mid-day through early evening on weekdays, and there's karaoke later in the week. Most of the time, though, you can find locals knocking back brews and knocking billiard balls a round, keeping the good doctor in business. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Draft Sports Grill

    9150 W. Cross Drive Littleton, CO 80123
    303-932-8845

    http://www.thedraftsportsgrill.com With a ton of flat-screen TVs behind the bar and scattered throughout, it's clear that the Draft Sports Grill is all about the sports. But while you can check out pretty much any game that's on (there are even TVs in the bathroom), this Southwest Plaza bar also has a video-game and billiards room and hosts karaoke and trivia. There are a number of brews on tap, including a decent selection of local craft beers like Odell and New Belgium, and an extensive menu that includes breakfast as well as soups, salads, appetizers, sandwiches, pizza and burgers. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Drink

    The Drink

    1320 15th St. Denver, CO 80202
    720-620-4376

    http://www.thedrinkdenver.com Paul Piciocchi took over the space that once held Alto (and Sambuca before that) and turned it into three separate venues: Mix Music Lounge, Rack & Rye gastropub and the Drink, an upscale sports tavern and watering hole. While you can catch a game on the big screen, the real sport at the Drink is on weekend nights, when DJs are spinning and the place feels much more like a lounge. In addition to bottle service, the Drink has a decent selection of signature drinks, martinis and shots -- and a short menu of snacks, including wings, burgers and sandwiches, to soak up the alcohol. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • D's Midtown Tavern

    6762 Lowell Blvd. Denver, CO 80221
    720-982-7264

    http://www.dsmidtowntavern.com D's Midtown Tavern opened in 2013, in the space at 68th and Lowell long occupied by Rick's Tavern. While Rick's had a reputation as the city's premier spot for Tejano music, D's also brings in the occasional Tejano act, along with Latin, old-school, Tex-Mex and rock bands from Colorado and New Mexico. While the live entertainment is usually on the weekends, the space is also available for private parties. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Dubb

    Dubb's Pub

    5301 S. Broadway Littleton, CO 80121
    303-798-6711

    Dubb's Pub offers karaoke Thursdays through Saturdays -- and plenty of room to stretch out and listen. On a stretch of South Broadway that features car dealerships and dispensaries, the crowd inside Dubb's is likely to contain more than a few mullets and muffin tops. Still, that's part of the joint's charm. Grab a drink and a seat, and get ready to hear some very unique versions of Johnny Cash, Bon Jovi and Fleetwood Mac as the devoted karaoke crowd does it their way. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Duke

    Duke's Back Street Sports Tavern

    1150 S. Galena St. Denver, CO 80247
    720-213-0393

    http://www.dukesbackstreet.com Duke's Back Street Sports Tavern is aptly named, hidden down a small street on the Denver-Aurora border. The joint is a local haven with a testosterone-heavy crew soaking in Buds, Broncos and Beatles. (About that last one: Much of the decor displays an out-of-its-element heavy predilection for the Liverpudlian lads.) Duke's is nearly windowless, so it's pretty dark inside, all the better to push that boys' club vibe, free of wives, girlfriends and the like. The gents line the bar, some downing one of Duke's roster of sandwiches or fried appetizers (the kitchen is closed Mondays but cranks out NFL-readying breakfasts on Sundays), others getting ready to take advantage of the tavern's available games -- including pool on one of its well-located tables. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Dulce Vida

    Dulce Vida

    1201 Cherokee Street Denver, CO 80204
    303-954-8665

    In early 2013, Dulce Vida moved into the Golden Triangle space left vacant by the Cherokee Grill, which closed after a 28-year-run. Jason Tietjen, of the Dive Inn, bought the building with partners and transformed it into a place that Tietjen says walks the walks the fine line between bar and restaurant. Although when it comes down to it, Dulce Vida is currently more of a neighborhood bar than a restaurant, complete with giant TVs and games, the owners don't take short cuts with the food. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

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