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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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  • P.S. Lounge

    P.S. Lounge

    3416 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206

    One of Colfax's best dives, the P.S. Lounge feels like not a lot has changed in the past few decades -- at least as far as decor goes. The booths and carpet are a bit worn and a few tables are chipped, but that's part of its charm, as is the old wood paneling in the room where the pool table is. It's old-school without trying to be. Well, except for the jukebox, which is stocked with everything from classics to tunes from the '80s and beyond. The bar is just a few blocks from the Bluebird Theater, making it an ideal place for cheap and stiff drinks before or after a show. Just remember to bring cash: P.S. doesn't accept credit cards. Read more about P.S. Lounge >>

  • Palm Tree Restaurant & Lounge

    1042 S. Peoria St. Aurora, CO 80012-3464

  • Paris Wine Bar

    Paris Wine Bar

    1549 Platte St. Denver, CO 80202-1121

  • Park Burger

    Park Burger

    2601 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205 The homegrown Park Burger is growing into a mini-chain; it’s turning into the grill next door. The original was opened in Platt Park by Frank Bonanno's one-time right-hand guy, Jean-Philippe Failyau, who stuck with a simple formula that proved so winning, he’s opened several more locations in neighborhoods around town. The River North Park Burger, which opened January 2015, features a bigger bar and menu than the original, with 40 tap handles and a long list of whiskey. Nothing about Park Burger is overwhelming -- but then, nothing is really supposed to be. At its best moments -- and Park Burger is usually at its best -- it's a wonderful example of what a burger joint can be when a fine-dining sensibility is used in the preparation of simple American comfort foods. Bonus points for one of the town's best vegetarian burgers. Read more about Park Burger >>

  • Park Centre Lounge

    Park Centre Lounge

    12011 N. Pecos St. Denver, CO 80234
    303-452-8057 Park Centre Lounge in Westminster -- which touts itself as "the Cheers of North Denver" -- is definitely a step back to a time when lounges were carpeted, wood-paneled and not dominated by plasma screens. There are TVs, yes, but the focus here is on the simple cocktails, big menu and well-worn dance floor. A dedicated DJ booth serves up nightly karaoke, and live bands stop in from time to time, plus there's a separate room for those desiring to play pool and shuffleboard. For more than 25 years, Park Centre Lounge has been serving up a daily steak special at lunch and offers wings, nachos, sliders, salads, burritos, fritters and burgers galore into the late-night hours, with the kitchen cooking until close. Read more about Park Centre Lounge >>

  • The Park Tavern and Restaurant

    The Park Tavern and Restaurant

    931 E. 11th Ave. Denver, CO 80218
    303-832-7667 A casual neighborhood spot that's good for families, the Park Tavern serves up a variety of low-priced sandwiches, burgers, Mexican dishes and pizza, plus three separate happy hours, all of which feature two-for-one on all wine, well, draft and bottle beers. The first happy hour begins at 9 a.m. for those who require a little hair of the dog or just a quick pick-me-up with breakfast. Pool tables, televisions and a trivia night help to ensure that patrons will be entertained at all hours. Read more about The Park Tavern and Restaurant >>

  • Parkway Bar & Grill

    Parkway Bar & Grill

    22775 E. Aurora Parkway Aurora, CO 80016
    303-693-6200 The Parkway Bar and Grill is on the southeastern fringes of Aurora, close to where suburban civilization ends and the plains begin. For its somewhat isolated setting, however, the Parkway boasts a surprisingly hip and urban feel. The atmosphere is somewhere between a chic downtown bar and a friendly-family grill; a sleek, massive bar shares space with a cozy dining room and a section set aside for pool tables. Posters bearing images of local sports icons, film stars and the Three Stooges line the walls. There's plenty to distract you here, including a steady schedule of karaoke, Texas Hold 'Em competitions and sports games, plus fifteen HD televisions and a Golden Tee Golf game. Read more about Parkway Bar & Grill >>

  • Parrott

    Parrott's Sports Grille

    6050 Firestone Blvd. Firestone, CO 80504
    303-774-0700 Located in Firestone, on the east side of I-25 across from Longmont, Parrott's Sports Grill prides itself on its slow-cooked chicken wings, which its website proclaims are the best this side of the Mississippi River. Parrott's also serves Southern-style barbecue (pulled pork, smoked chicken, eighteen-hour brisket, ribs), prime rib, appetizers and burgers. There are plenty of TVs for game-watching in the homey wood-paneled bar, two karaoke nights a week and live music on Fridays. Read more about Parrott's Sports Grille >>

  • Pat

    Pat's Philly Steaks and Subs

    1624 Market St. Denver, CO 80220
    303-534-1333 Once the home of Brendan's Pub blues club, Pat's Cheesesteaks now occupies this subterranean spot. In addition to serving up some of the best cheesesteaks in town, the spot also brings in DJs on the weekends and hosts beer pong and the Denver Poker Tour during the week. Read more about Pat's Philly Steaks and Subs >>

  • Patrick Carroll

    Patrick Carroll's

    3963 Tennyson St. Denver, CO 80212
    303-458-6666 Named after a Boston-area blacksmith from the late 1800s, Patrick Carroll's was started by one of his descendants in 2005. This Berkeley neighborhood watering hole is an updated take on the traditional Irish pub, one of the few in the area. While the cozy, inviting spot brings in a decent lunch crowd, it also attracts a wide variety of folks in the evening who come to drink well-poured pints of Guinness or chow down on appetizers, fish and chips or burgers. The game room in the back sports a few pool tables, shuffleboard, Golden T Golf and Buckhunter. Read more about Patrick Carroll's >>

  • Peace Pipe Hookah Lounge

    1209 13th St. Denver, CO 80202

  • Peaks Lounge

    Peaks Lounge

    650 15th St. Denver, CO 80202-4207

  • Pearl Street Pub & Cellar

    Pearl Street Pub & Cellar

    1108 Pearl St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-939-9900 Whether it's heavy drinkers or the college set, the Pearl Street Pub & Cellar accommodates them all and more. The multi-level spot right on the Pearl Street Mall serves up stiff drinks and some decent bar food. Read more about Pearl Street Pub & Cellar >>

  • The Penthouse Club

    The Penthouse Club

    4451 E. Virginia Ave. Denver, CO 80246

  • Pete

    Pete's Satire Restaurant and Lounge

    1920 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206
    303-322-2227 One of the many bars and restaurants in the Pete's empire, the Satire Lounge has been a Denver mainstay for nearly five decades. Offering a comforting refuge from the insanity that is East Colfax Avenue, the friendly space is a warm cavern of tall booths, a beautiful bar and a second, separate dining area. Known for a huge menu dominated by its famous Mexican fare, the lounge serves dozens of platters and combination plates consisting of burritos, enchiladas and quesadillas, plus sandwiches and salads, every day, open to close. With no pool tables or TVs to distract its patrons, the Satire's biggest draw is the fact that it's a good old-fashioned lounge -- a place where conversation is the main attraction. Read more about Pete's Satire Restaurant and Lounge >>

  • Pfeifer's Restaurant & Lounge

    11707 E. Colfax Ave. Aurora, CO 80010-2715

  • Phaze 5 Bar & Grill

    Phaze 5 Bar & Grill

    8980 Federal Blvd. Westminster, CO 80260

  • Piano Warehouse

    Piano Warehouse

    120 W. Cucharras St. Colorado Springs, CO 80920

    The Piano Warehouse, which is located in Colorado Springs's arts district, is the place to go if you need a piano rebuilt or restored (the Warehouse specialize in old-world shellacking and varnish finishes, plus ivory replacement and action regulation). You can also get help moving or tuning your piano, and if you don't even have a piano, well, the Piano Warehouse can help there, too: You can purchase vintage Steinway, Chickering, Knabe, Mason & Hamlin, Baldwin and other top brands refurbished, plus new pianos, keyboards and sound systems. And not just that: The Warehouse hosts semi-regular, all-ages shows whose cover donations go directly to the bands. While a lot of those shows are punk rock, the venue welcomes performances from a full range of underground musicians. And it's truly a piano warehouse, with the bands setting up on one side of the spacious room and the audience mingling amid the models. We can make beautiful music together. Read more about Piano Warehouse >>

  • Pifler


    11353 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80215
    303-232-0609 Pifler's was once part of the B.U.F.F. Brothers chain of sports bars, but the Little Pub Company took over the venue in April 2010 and cleaned up the neighborhood sports tavern, making it a bit more upscale. With a number of HD TVs scattered around the spot, there’s usually a good spot to catch a game, whether it be football, baseball, hockey, basketball or soccer. Since Pifler's is fairly spacious, there's generally room to spread out even when the place is packed. Even if you don't want to watch a game, there are pool tables, a shuffleboard table, and weekly beer pong and cornhole competitions. On the menu, there are burgers, sandwiches, Mexican food and a decent selection of appetizers. Read more about Pifler's >>

  • The Pioneer Inn

    The Pioneer Inn

    15 E. First St. Nederland, CO 80466
    303-258-7733 The Pioneer Inn has made a lot of history -- and music -- since it opened in Nederland four decades ago. During the heyday of the Caribou Ranch, a recording studio that ran from the early '70s until it was damaged by fire in 1985, musicians stopping in Colorado for recording sessions would take breaks at the Pioneer. Billy Joel, Rod Stewart, Carole King and Waylon Jennings all dropped by. John Lennon sat at the bar; Joe Walsh tended it. Live music had long been a fixture at the inn, but it faded away in recent years. Now Dave Lyons, who took over the Pioneer in 2011 with Cindy Shaw, is bringing it back, taking advantage of Nederland's music community and booking acts seven days a week. While the place still retains a lot of its rustic charm, there have been a few updates -- namely, improvements on its American and Mexican comfort menu, as Shaw has stepped up the food game by using fresher ingredients and being a little more conscious of vegetarian and gluten-free diets. Read more about The Pioneer Inn >>

  • The Pioneer

    The Pioneer

    2401 S. University Blvd. Denver, CO 80210
    720-536-4802 “The Pioneers” is the name for the University of Denver sports teams, and we think any frontiersman (or woman) would appreciate the hearty fare to be found at the Pioneer, a DU watering hole. The fare is bar food – but quality bar food, including respectable burgers, burritos, soups and salads, as well as some of the town’s best nachos, with every chip loaded with quality ingredients. And if you don’t feel like ordering off the extensive beer menu, we have just the thing to wash down your meal: the Boone margarita, named after DU’s embattled, unofficial mascot. Read more about The Pioneer >>

  • Piper Inn

    Piper Inn

    2251 S. Parker Road Denver, CO 80231
    303-755-0771 Behind a row of gleaming Harleys sits a bar that looks like it came straight out of the movies. It's also home of some of the best chicken wings in town, done Buffalo-style and served piping hot, crispy skinned and smothered in a buttery, spicy sauce. If the crowd looks cranky, get an order to go. Read more about Piper Inn >>

  • Pisco Sour

    Pisco Sour

    8501 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220

    This Aurora restaurant is owned by Renato Castillo, whose aunt, Francesca Ruiz, owns and operates Los Cabos II. The family-influenced menu offers a mix of coastal seafood dishes, sopas and Peruvian specialties. More than half of the menu was culled from Los Cabos menu, while the remaining plates are all Castillo's mother's recipes. Not surprisingly, the restaurant's signature, namesake cocktail is a big draw. Read more about Pisco Sour >>

  • Pit Stop Tavern

    Pit Stop Tavern

    5110 W. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80204

  • Pitchers Sports Restaurant

    Pitchers Sports Restaurant

    1670 S. Chambers Road Aurora, CO 80017

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