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The Bar Car

The Bar Car

Given the building's rather nondescript front, the dark, rustic interior -- with its wisps of an old-timey railroad theme -- is a pleasant surprise.
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.
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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  • Icehouse Tavern

    Icehouse Tavern

    1801 Wynkoop St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-292-3775 The Icehouse Tavern occupies space in a building that started life as an actual icehouse -- and the result is one of the coolest sports bars in town, close to both the light-rail stop outside of Union Station and Coors Field. There's plenty of seating around the big, wrap-around bar as well as in comfortable booths and high-top tables -- but you won't want to sit still for long. If you're not already entertained by the TVs hanging all around the space, there are two pool tables off in separate rooms, and a huge patio where you can watch all the LoDo action, whether the game is just about to start or club-crawlers are calling it a night. Read more about Icehouse Tavern >>

  • Illegal Pete's

    1744 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80210
    720-974-2198 Colorado is known for its homegrown big-burrito chains. Illegal Pete's isn't the largest, but it's big on flavor, with a wide-ranging menu that includes everything from standard chicken- and carnitas-based burritos to versions with fish or potatoes as the main event. The ingredients are all carefully balanced before the burrito is wrapped, ensuring that you won't get any bites of just rice or only sour cream. The casual atmosphere might lure you into sticking around for one more beer; it's no surprise that each and every Illegal Pete's outpost is a favorite hangout for somebody. Read more about Illegal Pete's >>

  • Improv Comedy Club and Dinner Theatre

    Improv Comedy Club and Dinner Theatre

    8246 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238-3118

  • In the Zone Sports Bar & Grill

    In the Zone Sports Bar & Grill

    15600 W. 44th Ave. Golden, CO 80403
    303-279-3888 Located in Golden, not too far from the Coors brewery, In the Zone is first and foremost a sports bar. With eighty flat-screen TVs spread around the huge place (it's home to a 120-foot bar), chances are that any game that’s on will be showing on one of the screens, whether it's professional or college football, hockey, basketball, baseball, or UFC and NASCAR. While sports may be king at In the Zone, the spot also offers live music, DJs, poker and beer pong tournaments. The menu offers standard bar food, including wings, burgers, sandwiches, salads and pizza. Read more about In the Zone Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • Indulge Bistro & Wine Bar

    Indulge Bistro & Wine Bar

    1601 Mayberry Drive Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
    303-991-1994 The view from Indulge Wine Bar is stunning, a sweeping panorama of the Foothills, best taken in while sipping a glass of red or white from the loungey patio. Inside, the space is sleek and modern, a romantic spot that sees a regular crowd of suburban neighbors packing the bar and tables. Indulge offers over thirty wines by the glass, paired to a fairly extensive lunch and dinner menu. While the offerings include a long list of tapas, there are entrees, too. And the dessert list, replete with cakes, is nearly as generous. Read more about Indulge Bistro & Wine Bar >>

  • Inga

    Inga's Alpine Lounge

    5151 Leetsdale Drive Denver, CO 80246

    Leigh Jones, owner of Inga's Alpine Lounge, says the spot is "our '60s and '70s version of a swinging kind of après-ski lounge, an over-the-top place where, if it were a lodge on a ski mountain, would have a fur-bikini-clad female villain or vixen of the moment on the slopes skiing away from James Bond." The bar, which formerly housed Pete's Patio Bar, is a kitschy mix of rustic simplicity and retro elegance. The curved, biscuit-hued booths were procured from the now-closed Morton's of Chicago in the Tech Center; the battle-scarred hardwood floors look as though they've been deliberately dented by the stomp of ski boots; tufted, swiveling, brass-studded bar stools are proper perches for both vixens and villains; a dated jukebox blasts tunes that span generations (think Tom Jones to Vampire Weekend); and an electric fireplace, the color of orange flames, harks back to the Dick Van Dyke Show era. Read more about Inga's Alpine Lounge >>

  • Interstate Kitchen & Bar

    Interstate Kitchen & Bar

    1001 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO 80204
    720-479-8829 Brothers Andre and Aaron Lobato got an early start in the restaurant business, helping their parents run the 14th Street Bar and Grill, which had a 22-year run in Boulder. Just before that restaurant finally closed, the siblings took a cross-country trip and, along with their friend Joey Newman, decided to open their own place, a hip take on a classic highway roadhouse. In 2009, the partners picked up the lease on the corner spot in the Santa Fe Art District that had held the Santa Fe Tequila Company, a new building in the middle of old storefronts that today hold galleries, shops and other restaurants. They redesigned the space with tables that recall the round booths in diners, an old wood bar, artwork depicting old gas stations, and actual automotive fixtures, including the back of a car in the bar. The decor is a tribute to all the romantic symbols of roadside Americana: Norman Rockwell meets a heavy dose of rock and roll meets a mechanic with cigarettes rolled into his sleeve. The menu of American classics is similarly tricked out, and it's paired to a whiskey-heavy back bar. The food is good, and it's even better at the restaurant's two happy hours -- one late-afternoon, the other late-night -- where you can score a full meal for a cheap price. Read more about Interstate Kitchen & Bar >>

  • Irish Hound

    Irish Hound

    575 St. Paul St. Denver, CO 80206
    303-996-0709 While the Irish Hound might not be a saccharine vision of the Old Sod, neither is it any old sod's dream of the motherland. Instead, it's simply a classic neighborhood joint with a beautiful and well-stocked mirror-backed long bar, chandeliers like old-fashioned gas lamps and an overall vibe of comforting Irish-Americanism -- like a historic Dublin pub as filtered through a design firm in Gary, Indiana. The menu is nothing special, but it's more than enough if you're looking for a good burger and some simple bar snacks. Read more about Irish Hound >>

  • The Irish Rover

    The Irish Rover

    54 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209
    303-282-4643 A dramatic black and red exterior immediately calls your attention to the Irish Rover from the outside. Inside, it's what you'd expect from an Irish bar: Dark brick and wood accent the place, the staff is friendly and welcoming, and Celtic and folk music is playing in the background. The Irish Rover is also pooch-friendly, allowing neighborhood patrons to stop in for a beer while out for a walk with their dogs. Read more about The Irish Rover >>

  • Irish Snug

    Irish Snug

    1201 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80218
    303-839-1394 Colfax's rowdiest Irish restaurant-and-bar combo is very popular - and for good reason. The ground floor is a traditional pub with a large dining area, big bar and sidewalk patio that's always crowded when the sun is shining; the basement area is a leather-couch-lined rumpus room with plenty of space to lounge and chat - or play fantasy football, or participate in a pub quiz. The menu is served on both floors; it includes a mix of Irish classics and American fare, and there are more than a dozen international beers on tap (as well as just as many bottled offerings). The bar's snug - a private drinking booth imported from Ireland - is a unique, authentic feature, but it's just as fun to enjoy the nightly beer specials on the large gated patio, or in a non-smoking room. Let's raise a pint to the Snug. Read more about Irish Snug >>

  • Ironworks Brewery & Pub

    Ironworks Brewery & Pub

    12354 W. Alameda Parkway Denver, CO 80228
    303-985-5818 The brewing machinery is prominently displayed in the window of Ironworks, where eight-ball tournaments are taken seriously and a lava-lamp tree sees all. Rock bands work the spartan, metallic pub on weekends; gamers turn up for darts, pool and good beer seven nights a week. The house brews can be purchased to go in 1/2 gallon Growlers. Read more about Ironworks Brewery & Pub >>