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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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  • G 2nd Coffee & Hookah Bar

    7501 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220-1948
    303-388-1388

  • G.I. Jodi

    G.I. Jodi's Bar & Grill

    11550 W. Meadow Drive Littleton, CO 80127
    303-972-8658

    http://www.gijodis.com G.I. Jodi's markets itself as "Colorado's only true military-oriented bar and grill," and though we can't verify the veracity of that statement, it's true that G.I. Jodi's caters specially to the enlisted. Tucked away in a strip mall off Ken Caryl Avenue, the place is in an area that was hurting for a neighborhood bar before Jodi's came along, and it's filled the need admirably. The decor is a nod to all things military, including a silhouette of the famed Iwo Jima photograph circa WWII, and members of the military can enjoy $1.50 draft beers all day, every day, when they present a military ID. Jodi's also offers happy hours, service-industry nights, ladies' nights, men's nights, karaoke and beer pong; the bar-food menu includes a list of "M.R.E." burgers that (thankfully) taste a hell of a lot better than their namesakes. Read more about G.I. Jodi's Bar & Grill >>

  • Garfinkel

    Garfinkel's

    536 E. Lionshead Circle Vail, CO 81657
    970-476-3789

    http://www.garfsvail.com Garfinkel’s (or Garf’s, as it’s known around Vail) has been a prime bar and grill for locals and tourists since 1992. Located in Lionshead, at the bottom of the mountain, it’s a lively après-ski place as well as a great spot to watch skiers come down the hill. The massive deck, with its many picnic tables, is the perfect place to catch some rays or enjoy a meal: Garf's is one of the few places in the area that serves late, with a menu that includes homemade soups and chili, salads, burgers, sandwiches, ribs and steak. Read more about Garfinkel's >>

  • Gary Lee

    Gary Lee's Motor Club and Grub

    176 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209
    303-282-GRUB

    http://www.garyleesmotorclubandgrub.com After many unexpected delays, Gary Lee Bomar finally opened Gary Lee's Motor Club and Grub in 2012, in a formerly run-down garage space that was refurbished and transformed into a vintage, car-themed roadhouse with a great patio. Remember to check out the decorative detail while you chow down on a smoked Portobello sandwich or pulled pork with barbeque sauce. Talk about vroom service! Read more about Gary Lee's Motor Club and Grub >>

  • Gaslamp

    Gaslamp

    1437 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-534-0780

    Partly inspired by San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, Denver's Gaslamp bridges the gap between an upscale and casual. Greg Gallagher, who also owns the Front Porch a block east, made the Gaslamp feel high end, but the drink aren't. To take the edge off of its swankiness, it also sports a ping pong table near the front. Read more about Gaslamp >>

  • Gennaro

    Gennaro's Lounge

    2598 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210
    303-722-1044

    http://www.gennaroscafeitaliano.com Gennaro's has been a low-key, red-sauce, neighborhood Italian joint for more than fifty years. Separated from its companion bar by a bank of windows (you can also order off the menu in the bar), the dining room has just a few tables with red-checked cloths, as well as a view of the kitchen cooking up pizza and pasta. But while the place is small, the menu is large: Appetizers range from bruschetta to calamari, there are Italian-inspired soups and salads, and pasta dishes include lasagna, spaghetti and baked ziti. The hand-tossed pizzas are all made to order and topped with anything you can can think of. But the real winner here is the calzone, a massive portion that's enough for two, stuffed with your choice of items from the pizza-topping list. Order one of five Deschutes beers on tap, or a cocktail made with any flavor of vodka imaginable (bubble gum, anyone?) from one of the congenial, no-bullshit bartenders. And Gennaro's isn't just an Italian restaurant and bar; it's also a coffee shop that opens at 10 a.m. Read more about Gennaro's Lounge >>

  • Gentleman Jim's

    328 S. McCaslin Blvd. Louisville, CO 80027-9432
    303-666-4940

  • George

    George's Food & Drink

    2028 14th St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-998-9350

    http://www.bouldertheater.com/georges.php Named for George Paper, the manager of the historic Boulder Theater in the 1920s whose friendly ghost is rumored to still haunt the place, George's Food & Drink is a popular pre-theater hangout. In addition to a full bar, George's features a menu of contemporary comfort food that includes familiar favorites such as mac-and-cheese, pot roast and chicken pot pie -- and you can take food and drink from George's inside the Boulder Theater. After a show, George's late-night menu offers fun snacks such as grilled cheese-and-tomato sandwiches and deviled eggs. Stick around, George; we like your style. Read more about George's Food & Drink >>

  • Ghost Ranch

    Ghost Ranch

    56 7th St. Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
    970-879-9898

    http://www.ghostranchsteamboat.com One of the main spots for live music in downtown Steamboat Springs, the Ghost Ranch Saloon brings in an assortment of local and national acts. Although the stage is a bit small and there’s not much of a dance floor, it can be one of the more lively venues in town, especially on the weekends. The Old West interior gives it a vintage feel, and the menu offers Western cuisine including spare ribs, steak, fried chicken, tri-tip, burgers, salads and appetizers. Read more about Ghost Ranch >>

  • Gibby

    Gibby's

    1555 S. Havana St. Aurora, CO 80012
    303-755-5944

    http://www.gibbysbar.com Gibby's is first and foremost a sports bar, and it draws a wide range of fans, which gives it a welcoming feel. Whatever your sports affiliation, chances are you'll find some kin at the bar, around the pool tables or at the foosball table in the back. On weekdays and during the off-season, Gibby's still offers plenty of amenities for bar-goers, including poker tournaments, karaoke and in-house DJs. The bar complements its selection with a fairly substantial roster of food items: Mexican, American and miscellaneous bar staples are available. There's also a breakfast menu on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Read more about Gibby's >>

  • Giggling Grizzly

    Giggling Grizzly

    1320 20th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-297-8300

    http://www.giggling-grizzly.com What's not to like about a big stuffed bear in sunglasses? That's the happy mascot that greets you when you enter the Giggling Grizzly. That, and the popcorn machine that serves up free snacks. This LoDo institution, within shouting distance of Coors Field (on game days, it's a bear to find a table), exudes a happy, unpretentious vibe, with distinct Canadian sympathies. Alcohol is the big draw here, but the Giggling Grizzly also serves up a worthy selection of pub grub - just the thing to balance out those obscenely good drink specials. And you can take a break from the boozing at the air hockey game and pool table that flank the bar. Read more about Giggling Grizzly >>

  • The Ginn Mill

    The Ginn Mill

    2041 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-295-0706

    http://www.theginnmill.com When the owners of the Ginn Mill opened the place in 2007, they set out to resurrect one of the town's famous "ginn mills" of the late 1800s. The bar, which happens to sit on one of Denver's oldest and most historic blocks, and its decor reflect a different time in America's history. Nostalgia lines the walls of the popular Ballpark neighborhood spot, further evoked by the half a Model T truck sitting above the bar (the other half is on the roof above the patio). While the Ginn Mill is fairly low-key during the week, business is usually booming on the weekends. Read more about The Ginn Mill >>

  • The Glenn Bar & Grill

    The Glenn Bar & Grill

    11140 Irma Drive Northglenn, CO 80233-3613
    303-255-1400

    While the Glenn is basically a comfortable, low-key neighborhood watering hole, the place gets a little more energized (and louder) during live-music Saturdays and Sundays. The bar attracts decent-sized crowds for karaoke on Thursdays and Fridays, as well. A destination spot for some, the Glenn is the go-to bar for a number of regulars in the area. The menu includes nachos, wings, steaks, burgers, sandwiches and salads. Read more about The Glenn Bar & Grill >>

  • The Goat Soup and Whiskey Tavern

    The Goat Soup and Whiskey Tavern

    22954 Route 6 Keystone, CO 80435
    970-513-9344

    http://www.thegoattavern.com One of the few spots to host live music in Keystone, the Goat is a lively place, especially during ski season, when it brings in an assortment of local and national acts whose music runs the gamut from jam-centric and bluegrass to funk and rock. In contrast to some of the area's more uppity spots, the Goat has a laid-back vibe that attracts a more down-to -earth crowd; it can get fairly rowdy on the weekends, too. And as its name suggests, the Goat specializes in soup and whiskey. Read more about The Goat Soup and Whiskey Tavern >>

  • The Gold Pan Saloon

    The Gold Pan Saloon

    103 N. Main St. Breckenridge, CO 80424
    970-453-5499

    http://www.thegoldpansaloon.com Dating back to 1879, the Gold Pan Saloon is the oldest bar in Breckenridge and still retains a lot of its vintage charm. A favorite spot among locals, the laid-back, casual bar also attracts a number of visitors who come for its food, cocktails and entertainment, including live music on Thursdays and DJs on the weekends. “The Pan” serves breakfast all day and lunch seven days a week, with menu items such as huevos rancheros, breakfast burritos, burgers and sandwiches. Read more about The Gold Pan Saloon >>

  • Golden Moon Speakeasy

    Golden Moon Speakeasy

    1111 Miner's Alley Golden, CO 80401
    720-638-1155

    http://www.goldenmoonspeak.com

  • Goosetown Tavern

    Goosetown Tavern

    3242 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206
    303-399-9703

    http://www.goosetowntavern.com Located across from the Bluebird Theater, the Goosetown Tavern draws beer drinkers, pool players and music fans from the East Colfax corridor and beyond. After Bluebird owner Chris Swank, who also owns Mezcal next door, bought Goosetown from the Wynkoop Restaurant Group in mid-2014, a stage was built, and the bar started hosting live music on the weekends. The Goose also pulls a loyal crowd for lunch and dinner. With a fresh-feeling selection of salads, sandwiches and appetizers, the menu is several cuts above standard pub fare. Housemade soups and a fun selection of pizzas are tasty complements to its revolving selection of craft, microbrewed and regional beers. Daily happy-hour specials are another reason to visit this reliable, neighborly staple. Read more about Goosetown Tavern >>

  • Govnr

    Govnr's Park Restaurant & Tavern

    672 Logan St. Denver, CO 80203
    303-831-8605

    http://www.govnrspark.com If you've ever had fantasies of throwing away everything you've got and moving to some small town in the middle of nowhere, Govnr's Park is just what you'd want the one bar in that town to be. It's the kind of place where, if you're having some problem (be it psychological, marital, political or just a broken-down motorcycle), odds are pretty good there's an expert in the house, the kind of place that will celebrate the presidential inauguration with as much enthusiasm as the football playoffs -- complete with drink specials, extended hours and dirt-cheap grub ranging from burgers to Tater Tots to Mexican fare to slightly more substantial and upscale grub from the grill. Read more about Govnr's Park Restaurant & Tavern >>

  • The Grandview Tavern and Grill

    The Grandview Tavern and Grill

    7427 Grandview Ave. Arvada, CO 80002-2509
    303-422-0781

  • Great Divide Brewing Co.

    Great Divide Brewing Co.

    2201 Arapahoe St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-296-9460

    http://www.greatdivide.com With seventeen Great American Beer Festival awards and five World Beer Cup awards -- not to mention a number-seven ranking in Beer Advocate's 2009 All-Time Top Breweries on Planet Earth -- it's quite clear that Great Divide knows a few things about making great beer. And there's no better way to experience one of the brewery's many beers than getting it right from the source at the Great Divide tap room, which is open from 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday through Tuesday and from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. Every third Thursday, the Hop Disciples gather at the Tap Room to discuss all things beer-related, and on the last Tuesday of the month, the brewery hosts a monthly beer-and-cheese pairing. Read more about Great Divide Brewing Co. >>

  • The Green Frog

    10031 E Iliff Ave. Aurora, CO 80247
    303-752-8141

  • Green Mill Tavern

    3419 State St. Evans, CO 80620
    970-330-7096

    Located in Evans, near the Greeley border, the Green Mill Tavern attracts its share of locals as well as students from the University of Northern Colorado, which is a five-minute drive up the road to the north. It's a no-frills dive that brings in live music on most weekends and hosts karaoke two nights a week. Read more about Green Mill Tavern >>

  • Green Russell

    Green Russell

    1422 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-893-6505

    http://www.greenrussell.com When Green Russell's doors -- specifically, the swinging pie-shop door that fronts the place -- opened in November 2010, they revealed a beautiful space that Frank and Jacqueline Bonanno and award-winning bar manager Adam Hodak had created in this subterranean spot in Larimer Square. Exposed brick walls back intimate nooks and crannies filled with clusters of armchairs; plush red swivel bar chairs line up before the bar, and a greenhouse full of herbs destined for future cocktails casts a green light behind it. Throughout the space, there's an air of hushed, sultry secrecy -- even though Green Russell has never been much of a secret. Nor is it a secret that both the kitchen and the bar have been uneven. But when they're cooking, some of the Russell bartenders mix truly excellent cocktails, and legendary chef Sean Kelly is now helping out in the kitchen. Read more about Green Russell >>

  • Green Valley Ranch Beer Garden

    Green Valley Ranch Beer Garden

    4995 Argonne Street Denver, CO 80249
    303-375-7880

  • GreenFields Pool & Sportsbar

    GreenFields Pool & Sportsbar

    3355 S. Yarrow St. Denver, CO 80227
    303-989-9820

    http://www.greenfieldsbar.com While people come to this no-frills Lakewood sports bar for karaoke during the week and cover bands and poker tournaments on the weekends, the pool tables are the main attraction here. Folks who are serious about their billiards come to Greenfields for the sixteen Dynamo tables with Iwan Simonis cloth. The pool room is usually packed for the bar's weekly and monthly pool tournaments, and always on Wednesdays, when it's free pool all day. Smokers should appreciate the all-season patio, with its misters in the summer and heaters in the winter. The bar usually offers some kind of drink special throughout the week, and the menu includes standard bar fare like apps, sandwiches, burgers, Mexican food and pizza. Read more about GreenFields Pool & Sportsbar >>

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