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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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  • Pitchers

    146 Van Gordon St. Denver, CO 80228

  • Platinum 84

    Platinum 84

    8485 Umatilla St. Westminster, CO 80260
    720-540-9333 While Platinum 84 boasts that it's "Colorado's largest, most exclusive adult night club," it's also one of the few strip clubs in Denver that brings in live music. So you'll see bands and DJs along with a lot of lovely ladies on the venue's three stages, but this Federal Heights club also offers bottle service, pool tables and a number of HD TVs, as well as the occasional pay-per-view UFC fight. Read more about Platinum 84 >>

  • Platte River Bar & Grill

    Platte River Bar & Grill

    5995 S. Santa Fe Drive Littleton, CO 80120
    303-798-9356 For more than two decades, the Platte River Bar & Grill has been a fixture among bikers and cyclists alike. The Platte’s massive outdoor seating area, which can accommodate more than 300 folks, has prime views of the Front Range and the Platte itself, which is a stone’s throw away. There’s live music on the patio every week during the warmer months, and occasional live entertainment inside during the rest of the year. The menu includes a wide variety of appetizers as well as wraps, burgers, Mexican favorites and salads. Read more about Platte River Bar & Grill >>

  • Player's Club

    6710 N. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80221
    303-426-6996 Located on north Federal, not too far from Highway 36, Player's Club is a fairly low-key and intimate strip club. But while the place is on the small side, it still offers a good variety of dancers, who rotate on several stages with three-song sets. Read more about Player's Club >>

  • Por Wine House

    Por Wine House

    836 Main Street Louisville, CO 80027

  • Portulaca Cafe

    321 E. 45th Ave. Denver, CO 80216-3507

  • POSH


    1468 Pearl St. Boulder, CO 80302

  • Postino LoHi

    2715 17th Street Denver, CO 80211

  • The Pour House Pub

    The Pour House Pub

    1435 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-623-7687 Modeled after Boston's Pour House, this LoDo watering hole is one of the few Red Sox-friendly spots in the area. It's a no-frills joint that has a decent selection of brews, serves pub grub and sports a killer rooftop patio, which is heated in the winter. Read more about The Pour House Pub >>

  • Pourhouse Bar & Grill

    Pourhouse Bar & Grill

    124 E. 4th St. Loveland, CO 80537

  • Prarie Dog Pub & Grill

    5935 South Zang Street Littleton, CO 80127

  • Press Play

    Press Play

    1005 Pearl St. Boulder, CO 80302
    720-508-4916 Inspired by the success of some arcade bars in Denver, Jesse Gossett and Mike Boselli took over the former home of Round Midnight (which closed in the summer of 2012 after a three-decade run), rehabbed the space in the span of a week and a half, doing most of the construction themselves, and reopened it as Press Play in September 2012. While the spot has a number of old-school arcade games and pinball machines, it's also a dance club a few nights a week and, in a nod to Round Midnight, plays old-school hip-hop during the day, with the occasional DJ spinning hip-hop at night. Read more about Press Play >>

  • Primetime Sports Bar

    Primetime Sports Bar

    10280 Washington St. Denver, CO 80229

    With a number of flat-screens hanging around and a large projection screen in the middle of the proceedings, there aren't many spots in Primetime Sports Bar where you're not going to be able to see the game. While Primetime is obviously geared towards the sports fans (and has a fair amount of memorabilia hanging on its walls), the bar also occasionally brings in DJs and hosts the Denver Poker Tour. It's a low-key, no-frills neighborhood joint with plenty of space to spread out, including a cozy area with couches and tables. Read more about Primetime Sports Bar >>

  • Primo's

    1443 Chester St. Aurora, CO 80010

  • Prohibition


    504 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    303-832-4840 The Roslyn Grill was always one of Denver's most colorful dives, both in its original location on 14th Street and its second home at 504 East Colfax Avenue. But then Jimmy Callahan took over the spot in early 2011, spent a few months "overhauling it without having to do much," and opened it as Prohibition in May 2011. While it's not necessarily a speakeasy, Callahan wanted to make Prohibition a good, classic bar. So he installed a bar in the back that came from a hundred-year-old saloon in Indianapolis and a new mahogany bar in front with a Chicago drink rail. In keeping with the bar's name, the decor includes newspapers from the Prohibition era and a bunch of whiskey "prescriptions." Read more about Prohibition >>

  • Proper Pour

    Proper Pour

    3350 Brighton Blvd Denver, CO 80216

  • Prost Fine Beer and Sausages

    Prost Fine Beer and Sausages

    3464 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211
    303-455-9012 Prost is an unassuming little beer hall tucked among the trendy bars and hipster joints on West 32nd Avenue, in the space formerly held by Asian-Mexican spot BOA. Decked out in dark wood with Bavarian-inspired touches, Prost may just fool you into thinking you're in Munich as you relax at the long, bierhall-style table or in the large biergarten out back. Prost, which opened in the summer of 2014, has a full kitchen and a menu that boasts a selection of fourteen different sausages, including veal bratwurst, the brewery's signature Oktoberfest beer-and-pork brat, and a Buffalo-green-chile-and-chipotle sausage. Read more about Prost Fine Beer and Sausages >>

  • PT's After Dark

    1601 W. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80110

  • PT

    PT's All Nude

    3480 S. Galena Denver, CO 80231
    303-755-2575 The middle ground between downtown’s self-styled gentleman’s clubs and the sketchy strip joints in the suburbs, the venerable PT’s Showclub has been shakin’ it for 30 years now. The “All Nude” club near the Cherry Creek Reservoir is an alcohol-free, smoking-free, underwear-free strip club for the eighteen-and-older set. Bathed in neon pink, the club hosts parties worthy of a frat mixer — like the Red Light Carnival, which features a dunk tank and a bologna toss. Oh, yeah, and naked ladies are here, too. Read more about PT's All Nude >>

  • PT

    PT's Showclub

    1601 W. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80223
    303-934-9135 The middle ground between downtown's self-styled gentlemen's clubs and the sketchy strip joints in the suburbs, the venerable PT's Showclub has been shakin' it for thirty years now. The PT's on Evans -- in a room that used to host the legendary Family Dog rock club in the '60s -- is a neon-blasted, zebra-patterned strip club that promises a good time for all. Often host to titillating and trashy events like the Velcro and Sumo Challenge and Foxy Boxing, PTs invites patrons to light up a cigar with their whiskey, or even show off their goods on the expansive dance floor. On Friday and Saturday nights, the club offers an all-male revue from the fit folks of Bare Assets, and the second floor houses PTs After Dark, which keeps the whole shebang moving until 4 a.m. Read more about PT's Showclub >>

  • Pub on Colfax

    Pub on Colfax

    7785 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80214

  • The Pub on Pearl

    The Pub on Pearl

    1101 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80210
    303-777-6768 A sports bar where local teams and the occasional Hawkeye game (both owners hail from Iowa) dominate the TV screens, Pub on Pearl sits like an oasis between the I-25 corridor and Wash Park. Despite being butted up against the highway, the bar has a pleasant wrap-around patio where both people and dogs are welcome, and additional seating can be found on the south side of the building, where traffic noise goes virtually unnoticed. Inside the corner location, a large wooden bar is set into exposed brick, facing a room with huge windows and plenty of high-top table seating all around. Weekends are host to beer pong and flip cup tournaments in the back room, and Pub on Pearl offers up sandwiches, burgers and the usual bar appetizers starting at 12 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays (4 p.m. on weekdays.) The crowd and staff are mostly a younger set, but there is definitely no imposed age range here: Everyone is welcome, and cruiser bikes can be found parked next to scooters outside the neighborhood spot. Read more about The Pub on Pearl >>

  • Pub on Penn

    Pub on Penn

    1278 Pennsylvania St. Denver, CO 80203

  • Pumphouse Brewery & Restaurant

    Pumphouse Brewery & Restaurant

    540 Main St. Longmont, CO 80501
    303-702-0881 This local brewpub is one of the best hangout spots in Longmont. The beers are a big reason why: Pumphouse has a dozen or so beers on tap, everything from Flashpoint IPA and Shockwave Scottish Ale to special seasonal beers. But the food is also a real draw, with a menu that includes appetizers, salads, soups, sandwiches and an astonishing array of burgers. You can get the spicy Flame Thrower (habanero-chipotle sauce, sauteed jalapenos and gorgonzola), the Chumley's Classic (a basic cheeseburger), or an all-natural chicken or buffalo, house-ground turkey or garden burger instead. Read more about Pumphouse Brewery & Restaurant >>

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