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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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  • La Boheme Gentlemen

    La Boheme Gentlemen's Cabaret

    1443 Stout St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-820-3212 La Boheme has gone through a few changes over the years since it took over the original home of the Red Garter. Today it's a lovingly crafted gentlemen's cabaret, filled with exotic dancers and a steakhouse featuring extensive wine lists and a large collection of fine cigars. Service-industry nights and benefits line La Boheme's calendar throughout the year, and ample parking makes it easy to pop in for a quick bite or to simply watch the dancers at work. Read more about La Boheme Gentlemen's Cabaret >>

  • La Cour

    La Cour

    1643 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210
    303-777-5000 French elegance and an artistic bent keep La Cour's stretch of South Broadway cooler than ever before. A pastel building decorated with curated pieces from local artists, live music, and a menu of Parisian-style plates complete the feeling of a real Gallic bistro. Even though the bar is on a mission to be affordable and accessible, La Cour's wine, spirits and charcuterie are par excellence and include such treats as local cheeses served with gluten-free baguettes and hard-hitting absinthe cocktails worthy of any Dutch Master. Read more about La Cour >>

  • La Pachanga

    5195 Morrison Road Denver, CO 80219-2240

  • La Rumba

    La Rumba

    99 W. 9th Ave. Denver, CO 80204
    303-572-8006 With cove lighting illuminating the brushed-steel front and back bars and sweeping color kinetics, La Rumba resembles a liquor-filled laserium. Add to that the award some great club nights - Latin on Fridays and Saturday's Salsa night -- and this Golden Triangle treasure becomes one hot tamale. Read more about La Rumba >>

  • La Sandia

    La Sandia

    8340 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238
    303-373-9100 International chef/entrepreneur Richard Sandoval’s first restaurant in Denver was the “modern Mexican” Tamayo, but he didn’t stop with that flagship spot in Larimer Square. He opened the very urban Zengo, then Al Lado, in the heart of the Platte Valley. But for more far-flung, suburban locations – in Park Meadows and Northfield/Stapleton – he had a different idea: La Sandía Cantina, a more casual concept he’s also introduced in Santa Monica and Virginia. This isn’t your average taco hut, though: In addition to expansive menus that include everything from authentic Mexican comfort foods to a “Latin Light” lineup, there are over 150 agave-based spirits in La Sandía’s Tequila Bar (a tequila sommelier is on hand to guide you through the list), and comfortable outdoor patios (Park Meadows comes with a mountain view) where you can linger over lunch or toast the end of a long workday. Read more about La Sandia >>

  • Ladies En Confidente

    5921 Broadway Denver, CO 80216-1026

  • Lakeview Lounge

    Lakeview Lounge

    2375 Sheridan Blvd. Denver, CO 80214

    While the patio at Lakeview Lounge in Edgewater has prime views of Sloan's Lake, Sheridan Boulevard and the Denver skyline, inside is a weathered, classic dive that time forgot. Clearly a drinker's haven, the dimly lit and somewhat dirty lounge serves mystery shots in brown paper bags, and the drinks are cheap. Regulars throw dice and dollar bills at each other, and the bathroom is a real water-closet hellhole; the bar opens at 7 a.m. for anyone who wants a beer for breakfast. That's heaven for some folks. Read more about Lakeview Lounge >>

  • Lakewood Grill

    Lakewood Grill

    8100 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80215
    303-237-8051 The Lakewood Grill, a West Colfax fixture for more than half a century, is unpretentious. This sunny, cheery spot has the oldest liquor license Lakewood and serves up good, solid saloon fare to which the likely accompaniment is an ice-cold draft beer, anything from a Rolling Rock to Great Divide. Live bands play on Fridays and karaoke is on Saturdays. Read more about Lakewood Grill >>

  • LaMark 15

    LaMark 15

    1324 15th St. Denver, CO 80202

    In 2009, Paul Piciocchi took over the space at 1320 15th Street and split it into three venues: The Drink, Mix Music Lounge and Rack & Rye Gastropub. While the Drink is essentially still the same, the other spots have gone through some changes: Piciocchi moved his Tryst Lounge into the Mix space in 2013, and the Rack & Rye spot is now the LaMark 15, a neighborhood lounge. Most of the LaMark's interior is redone in reclaimed wood, and Piciocchi has partnered with Kim.Cheese to serve twenty different kinds of gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches there. Read more about LaMark 15 >>

  • Lamp Post Inn

    5370 W Mississippi Ave. Lakewood, CO 80226

  • Lannie

    Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret

    1601 Arapahoe St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-293-0075 A legendary singer in Denver for decades, Lannie Garrett knows how to keep folks entertained. And she brings the same enthusiasm she has for performing to her club, a riotously decorated space (thank Lonnie Hanzon for that) located in the basement of the D&F Clocktower. While Garrett performs regularly here, sometimes with a big band or the Gypsy Swing Revue, she also brings in a variety of other acts, everything from burlesque, comedy and magic to live R&B, blues, jazz and rock. Depending on the night's entertainment lineup, the dimly lit, intimate club can be an ideal spot for dates and anniversaries -- or a raucous bachelorette party. Generally, there are shows Wednesday through Saturday night. Read more about Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret >>

  • Lansdowne Arms Bistro & Pub

    Lansdowne Arms Bistro & Pub

    9352 Dorchester St. Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
    303-346-9136 Located in Highlands Ranch, Lansdowne Arms is essentially a modern take on a traditional Irish pub. The moniker was borrowed from Lansdowne Road Stadium in Dublin, the oldest of the international rugby union's grounds, hosting Ireland's matches since 1878. The pub serves updated versions of traditional Irish favorites, like shepherd's pie and fish and chips, along with American dishes such as prime rib and burgers. The main-floor patio and the 3,000-square-foot second-floor deck both offer stellar views of the Colorado landscape. Read more about Lansdowne Arms Bistro & Pub >>

  • Lariat Saloon

    1121 Grand Ave. Grand Lake, CO 80447

    One of the more lively spots in downtown Grand Lake, the Lariat Saloon has an Old West feel, with buffalo and deer heads mounted on the wood-paneled walls and an assortment of other wild artifacts hung around the place. Not only does the Lariat's history date back nearly a century, but the place has been open every day of the year for decades, so it's definitely got a lived-in feel. With live music on the weekends and some colorful regulars, it's worthy of a stop if you're visiting Grand Lake. Read more about Lariat Saloon >>

  • Las Palmas Wine Bar

    Las Palmas Wine Bar

    2207 Larimer Denver, CO 80205

  • Last Shot Bar and Restaurant

    17268 Highway 119 Black Hawk, CO 80422

  • The Lava Room

    The Lava Room

    321 Gregory St. Central City, CO 80427
    800-924-6646 The Lava Room, inside the Reserve Hotel and Casino in Central City, is a 300-capacity live-music venue that brings in national artists, including a number of classic-rock acts, and it’s just about the best spot to see live entertainment in the area. Once inside, you'll forget that you’re in a small mountain town: With its modern furnishings and state-of-the-art sound system ― not to mention a dance floor, sunken stage and three levels of seating ― the Lava Room feels much more like an urban club. Adding to that vibe are VIP sections and a heated outdoor smoking patio opposite the stage. Read more about The Lava Room >>

  • Legends of Aurora Sports Grill

    Legends of Aurora Sports Grill

    13690 E. Iliff Ave. Aurora, CO 80014-6522
    303-671-0560 A family-owned sports bar since it opened in 1990, Legends of Aurora, which was once affiliated with the now­-defunct Legends in Cherry Creek, is a prime spot for watching games and UFC fights on any one of its multiple state-of-the-art HD TVs while also offering trivia, bingo, poker, pool and karaoke. The menu includes pizza and calzones, burritos and tacos, sandwiches, appetizers and salads. Read more about Legends of Aurora Sports Grill >>

  • License No. 1

    License No. 1

    2115 13th Street Boulder, CO 80301
    303-443-0486 In 2014, the Boulderado Hotel became home to two bars, one new and one old. The Corner Bar, which has been around for decades, providing drinks and food in a lodge setting for hotel guests and locals alike, got a facelift. It was joined by License No. 1, which replaced the Catacombs, a longstanding college-bar favorite located underneath the hotel that closed at the end of March. License No. 1 has traded the pinball machines for red leather booths, providing a more upscale - if underground - option for thirty patrons. The bar serves a variety of local beers and spirits and offers live music three nights a week. Read more about License No. 1 >>

  • Life Of The Party Karaoke

    2697 S. Kline Circle Lakewood, CO 80227-2754

  • The Lift

    5411 Leetsdale Drive Denver, CO 80246 Formally known as The Watering Bowl Read more about The Lift >>

  • Lil' Devils

    255 S. Broadway St. Denver, CO 80209
    303-733-1156 After a long run at 255 South Broadway, the Barker Lounge relocated near the Santa Fe Arts District, and Li'l Devils took over the Broadway spot in late 2012. The building was spruced up inside and out, giving it a classier feel, but Lil' Devils is still a low-key, comfortable lounge that caters to both the gay and straight communities. Music videos are shown on multiple TVs around the bar, which offers Colorado craft beers and wines along with its specialty cocktails, and there's a decent-sized patio. Read more about Lil' Devils >>

  • Lila B.

    Landmark Ct Newport News, VA 23608

  • Lila B. Lounge (at Comedy Works South)

    5345 Landmark Place Greenwood Village, CO 80111
    720-274-6800 Named for her beloved grandmother, owner Wende Curtis's Lila B. Lounge at the Landmark is an effort to class up the comedy scene. Located next to the south-suburban outpost of Curtis's Comedy Works, this high-gloss cocktail lounge breaks free of the light-beer-and-mozzarella-stick monotony that standup clubs are known for. Like Curtis's other Landmark spot, the Southern-inflected restaurant Lucy, the Lila B. eschews the fried and frozen in favor of fresh bar snacks like spicy grilled corn on the cob with cotija cheese and lime, and scampi skewers with garlic butter. But comics can also work up a mighty thirst on the stage, and the bar at Lila B. offers affordable shots and martinis nightly. Read more about Lila B. Lounge (at Comedy Works South) >>

  • Lime An American Cantina

    Lime An American Cantina

    500 16th St. Denver, CO 80202

  • Lincoln Park Lounge

    778 Mariposa St. Denver, CO 80204
    303-573-3874 Before the Lincoln Park Lounge moved into 778 Mariposa Street, its predecessor, the West Side Bar, sold T-shirts that read, "Denver's Favorite Sketch-Ass Bar Since 1934." But the place was actually the friendliest bar on a sketchy block. When Lincoln Park took over the space in 2014, it got nice a remodel without losing much of the former tenant's vibe. While LPL could be considered a sports bar, there's also art for sale on the walls. Read more about Lincoln Park Lounge >>

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