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The main attractions at Barricuda's, a quintessential neighborhood bar, are the prices and the atmosphere, which is laid-back and friendly.
Highland Tavern

Highland Tavern

The Highland Tavern is a neighborhood bar through and through; many of the patrons are locals or newcomers to the area.
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 Hai Bar

    The Hai Bar

    3600 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211
    720-855-0888 A gracious extension of its next door, multi-level restaurant and lounge, Sushi Hai, Hai Bar is a beautiful underground sanctuary spreading across two spacious basement rooms. Equitably designed for both sushi nibbling and cocktails, plush couches and within-reach tables mix with wall-to-wall booths, standing bar tops and private rooms for six or more. Live DJs, Texas Hold 'Em tournaments and karaoke are all weekend attractions, along with flat-screens throughout playing everything from music videos to football games. With a built-in sushi bar, patrons can order fresh rolls or anything off the upper restaurant's full menu. A laundry list of specialty saketinis, martinis and cocktails add to Hai Bar's full-on sensory experience. Read more about The Hai Bar >>

  • Halftime Sports Bar

    Halftime Sports Bar

    6051 Quebec St. Commerce City, CO 80022

    Located on a secluded stretch of Quebec Street in Commerce City across the street from Dick' Sporting Good Park, Halftime Sport Bar brings in a fair share of locals and folks driving by who might be curious or who come for the karaoke. But hey, if you do happen to be in the area, say before or after a Rapids game, it's a pretty decent neighborhood dive with decent prices. With its wood paneling on the walls and what looks like a disco-era carpet, the bar feels lived in and big enough to be comfortable no matter where you're sitting. Read more about Halftime Sports Bar >>

  • Hangar Bar

    Hangar Bar

    8001 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220
    303-320-6683 It's hard to miss the Beer Can Bomber hanging over the bar when you enter this East Colfax dive. The massive airplane sculpture was made from beer cans of yesteryear, like Blatz, Hamm's, Schmidt and a host of others you may have forgotten about if you've been around since World War II. The Hangar has been around for just about that long. Opened in 1938 -- the same year as the former Lowry Air Force Base nearby -- the Hangar specialized in stiff drinks for Air Force pilots and crew until 1994, when the base closed and became a housing development. Over the years, the bar's owners have changed, as has the clientele, but the neighborhood joint still serves those stiff drinks. Read more about Hangar Bar >>

  • Hanson

    Hanson's Grill & Tavern

    1301 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80210
    303-744-1052 Hanson's is the sort of place you find one night when every other table in the neighborhood is booked, then return to whenever you have an open Friday and no reservations. For families out for a fast, easy dinner; for big, rowdy gangs of college kids looking for their own rathskeller; for solo drinkers seeking a place where everyone knows their name - Hanson's is good on all those counts. Bottom line, it's a proper bar and grill with strong drinks, comfortable booths, a good happy hour, plenty of cheap diversions and a welcoming attitude. Read more about Hanson's Grill & Tavern >>

  • Hard Rock Cafe

    Hard Rock Cafe

    500 16th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-623-3191 Located on the 16th Street Mall, the Hard Rock Cafe attracts downtown workers, music sentimentalists, and tourists who can't get enough of the London-based chain's trademark T-shirts. With a souvenir shop, full menu and omnipresent displays of rock-and-roll memorabilia -- some of it collected locally during the Fey Concerts days -- about the only thing you won't find at the Cafe is hard rock. Read more about Hard Rock Cafe >>

  • Harry

    Harry's Bar & Grill

    818 17th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-607-9000 Looking for a classy, somewhat hole-in-the-wall spot but still want to be within reach of the Denver nightlife? Harry's Bar may be just what you're looking for. Sitting in a prime location on the first floor of the luxurious Magnolia Hotel on 17th Street, Harry's offers an intimate seating area in which to relax and hold a conversation with a friend over a stiff drink or chat it up with an experienced bartender. Think you might have had one too many? Walk through the back door of the bar and get yourself a room at the Magnolia. These two make a great combination for starting or ending a night. Read more about Harry's Bar & Grill >>

  • Hart

    Hart's Corner Bar & Restaurant

    5201 W. Mississippi Ave. Lakewood, CO 80226

    You can trace the history of Hart's Corner Bar & Restaurant, 5201 West Mississippi Avenue, through the black-and-white photos hanging on one wall of the building. Hailed as the oldest business in Lakewood, it got its start as a root-beer stand during Prohibition, then became a small barbecue joint/gas station in the '30s, expanded in the '50s into a bigger restaurant, turned into a biker bar -- and then some folks gave it a go as nightclub with DJs. But when the Moutsos family took it over again in April 2011, they brought Hart's back to the way it was: a gathering place where families would come in with their kids and feel comfortable. A breakfast-lunch-and-dinner menu includes omelets, Greek and Mexican food, burgers, salads, sandwiches and steaks. Read more about Hart's Corner Bar & Restaurant >>

  • Hawg Back Saloon

    Hawg Back Saloon

    15800 W. Colfax Ave. Golden, CO 80401
    303-953-9079 As the name suggests, the Hawg Back Saloon in Golden caters to bikers. A popular stop on weekend rides, the Hawg Back is also a favored final stop for charity runs. But while you're bound to see your fair share of leather on any given day, the dive/sports bar attracts its share of local regulars, too. The place gets a bit rowdy on the weekends, but it's somewhat laid-back during the week. Chances are good you'll enjoy yourself any time you drop by. Read more about Hawg Back Saloon >>

  • Hayter

    Hayter's & Co.

    1920 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-297-8279 The 6,200-square-foot space that was formerly Lizard's Bar & Grill is now Hayter's & Co., a sports bar with a throwback feel that's definitely planning for a long future in Denver. Hanging on one wall are framed, enlarged baseball cards of players from the '70s and '80s, including Rollie Fingers, Pete Ladd and Bruce Sutter; on another is a huge black-and-white mural of a guy going back near the wall for a catch. But the real catch here are the drink deals, as well as the Beer Ball, Super Shot and Buck Hunter games. Score! Read more about Hayter's & Co. >>

  • Henry

    Henry's Bar & Grill

    935 Pine St. Louisville, CO 80027-1837

    While downtown Louisville has gotten its share of upscale spots over the years, there are still a handful of joints that feel like they haven't changed in decades. From its nondescript exterior and a marquee that touts pool and darts to its somewhat weathered interior, Henry's Bar & Grill is one of the area's best dives. It's a laid-back bar with cheap drinks and a jukebox, and while burgers are on the menu, Henry's also serves Chinese and Thai food. Read more about Henry's Bar & Grill >>

  • Hiccups Sports Bar & Grill

    Hiccups Sports Bar & Grill

    7980 Sheridan Blvd. Arvada, CO 80003
    303-429-9523 Hot bartenders and waitresses wearing ass-less chaps with their panties: It seems like a gimmick. But it's just one of the things that keep guys coming back to this Westminster sports bar. Well, that and live music on the weekends, a decent-sized checkered dance floor, cheep beer, pool, karaoke and a large patio. A working-class neighborhood bar and grill for the most part, Hiccups also attracts a fair amount of bikers, but the crowd is a bit more diverse during its beer pong tournaments three nights a week. The spot serves standard bar food and offers daily specials on cheeseburgers, smothered burritos, wings, chicken-fried steak and chicken tenders. Read more about Hiccups Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • The Hideaway Tavern

    The Hideaway Tavern

    6171 Olive St. Commerce City, CO 80022-4133

  • High Street Bar & Grill

    High Street Bar & Grill

    3862 High St. Denver, CO 80205

    The hundred-year-old building at 3862 High Street, which was formerly a brothel and halfway house for transients, has hosted a number of venues over the years, from the High Street Speakeasy and Marco's Place to Jezebel's Juke Joint and the Gin & Sin Speakeasy. Now run by Frank Blea (who's owned the building for more than three decades) and some of his family members, it's a sports bar with a few TVs and a pool table. The bar, which sports plenty of old-school charm, is one of the few in the Cole neighborhood. If you're feeling really daring, head upstairs to the part of the building that some say is haunted. Read more about High Street Bar & Grill >>

  • Highland Tavern

    Highland Tavern

    3400 Navajo St. Denver, CO 80211
    303-433-1990 Since opening in 2006, this hip, low-maintenance LoHi watering hole has attracted a large fan base of regulars, some of whom come in with their scooter clubs or kickball and hockey teams. It's a neighborhood bar through and through; many of the patrons are locals or newcomers to the area. That said, the Highland attracts a diverse group of folks, and the crowd can vary from night to night. The cozy spot has a patio and offers ping-pong, pool and foosball as well as video games. While it already had a decent selection of beer on tap, the tavern took things up a notch when it opened its kitchen in 2009. Nearly everything on the menu (which includes burgers, sandwiches, soups, salads and late-night bites) is made from scratch and is a step above the average pub grub. Read more about Highland Tavern >>

  • Historians Ale House

    Historians Ale House

    24 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    720-479-8505 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. In addition to the forty beers it's got on tap, the bar has a Brewery of the Month program, in which it showcases the beers of one brewery from around the country, promoting beer education for all. Head upstairs to the rooftop patio for some of the best views in the city. The menu features food that's locally grown and raised and includes entrees, burgers, sandwiches and appetizers. Read more about Historians Ale House >>

  • Hoffbrau Colorado

    Hoffbrau Colorado

    9110 Wadsworth Pkwy. Broomfield, CO 80021
    303-422-7755 After 28 years (and three expansions) at 7699 West 88th Avenue, Hoffbrau Colorado moved to a new 15,000-square-foot space at 9110 Wadsworth Parkway in early 2014. That's about twice as big as the old location, and the new place features an expanded stage and a more ambitious concert calendar, to boot. And while the old spot had a 300-person capacity, the new location holds 500. Look for live country on Thursdays and more live music on the weekends. Read more about Hoffbrau Colorado >>

  • The Hookah House

    1325 Broadway St. Boulder, CO 80302-6200

  • Horizon Lounge

    3298 Hudson St. Denver, CO 80207-2047

  • The Hornet

    The Hornet

    76 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-777-7676 Oh, how things change. What was Mary & Lou's Cafe for a million years is now a trendy diner for the new century, full of hip hustle and bustle. The huge, laughter-filled room has a buzz, and the fusion-y menu seems to appeal to cops, artists, businesspeople and frat boys alike. Patrons get a snootful of music with their drinks on Saturdays; finding a seat may not always be easy, but enjoying the sweet bebop combos is almost guaranteed. Read more about The Hornet >>

  • The Horseshoe Lounge

    The Horseshoe Lounge

    414 E. 20th Ave. Denver, CO 80205
    303-832-1180 Outfitted with booths, couches, comfy chairs, a pool table, a dartboard and a big-screen TV, the Horseshoe Lounge feels like walking into someone's living room or basement rec room, which is a damn good thing if you're in for a long night of boozing. The place is so cozy that time just doesn't become an issue. But you can also catch a quick drink at the thirty-foot shotgun bar, whose surface is made up of about 23,000 dice coated in a thin layer of resin. The Horseshoe serves up a killer selection of brews and cocktails and also delivers pizza and a few varieties of tater tots, including pizza tots (covered with melted mozzarella and tomato sauce) and piggy tots (covered in melted cheddar and bacon). Read more about The Horseshoe Lounge >>

  • The Hungry Toad

    The Hungry Toad

    2543 N. Broadway Boulder, CO 80304
    303-442-5012 This English-style pub serves top-notch imported British ales on draft, including Boddingtons Pub Ale, Fuller's ESB, and Old Speckled Hen. The atmosphere is warm and cozy, and the food is great, too. You get the feeling that you're in England, or right at home -- or maybe both at the same time. Try the bubbly Asiago cheese dip served with toasted French bread -- or the potato skins with bacon, chili or broccoli, topped with cheddar or jalapeno and Monterey Jack -- over a couple of ESBs and some good conversation. Come for the Toad's happy hour. The parking lot is small, but there's plenty of easy street parking. Read more about The Hungry Toad >>

  • Hutch's Blue Bar

    3001 W. 71st Way Westminster, CO 80030-5437