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Bannock Street Garage

Bannock Street Garage

The Bannock Street Garage didn't pull its name out of thin air: For years, it was a Volkswagen repair shop. That is, until 2004, when it was refit as a bar as divey as anything you'd care to find in the metro area.
Goosetown Tavern

Goosetown Tavern

Located across from the Bluebird Theater, the Goosetown Tavern draws beer drinkers, pool players and music fans from the East Colfax corridor and beyond.
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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  • The Thirsty Parrot

    32 S. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
    719-884-1094

    http://www.thirstyparrot.net The Thirsty Parrot, which opened in 2005 in downtown Colorado Springs, is a decent-sized spot with two large bars that can hold up to 700 people on two levels, both of which feature live entertainment. “The Parrot,” as it’s known to locals, brings in DJs and live music on the weekends. With sixteen high-definition TVs and a twenty-foot HD projection screen, the bar is also a good place for game-watching. The menu includes a variety of appetizers, including its famous barbecue nachos, as well as burgers, brisket, steak and ribs. Read more about The Thirsty Parrot >>

  • Thirsty Sports Pub

    1294 E. 104th Ave. Thornton, CO 80233-4304
    720-929-2283

  • Thirtyfourteen

    3014 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206
    720-389-8109

    http://www.thirtyfourteen.com

  • Three Dogs Tavern

    Three Dogs Tavern

    3390 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211
    720-854-1277

    http://www.threedogstavern.com As the name suggests, Three Dogs Tavern is a joint for folks who love their dogs, and the walls are lined with hundreds of framed photos of pets that people have brought in over the years. But you don't have to be a pet owner to have a doggone good time here. Neighbors pack the place on the weekend to watch games on its many flat-screens, but this is also a fine spot for a quiet drink, when it's easier to check out your historic surroundings. Originally a market back in the '30s, Three Dogs has a nostalgic charm, complete with pressed tin ceilings, and it still serves up foodstuffs -- now on a bar menu of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and burgers. Read more about Three Dogs Tavern >>

  • The Three Lions

    The Three Lions

    2239 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206
    303-997-6886

    http://www.threelionsdenver.com With 6.6 billion people on the earth who view soccer (or football) as their sport of choice, it's surprising there aren't more spots like the Three Lions, which opened in the former Bank Bar & Grill space in August 2011. Billing itself as a world football pub, the Three Lions is modeled after a traditional London style pub, the bar features zones where multiple games are shown on several TVs, an English style "public bar" games area and full lounge dining areas. Schedules and standings are updated daily and there's live MLS coverage daily as well. While it's one home of the English Premier League, the Three Lions also attracts its share of Colorado Rapids fans. The spot has an outstanding selection of drafts, while the kitchen serves traditional English pub fare like fish and chips and shepherd's pie, as well as standard American pub grub like burgers, sandwiches and appetizers. Read more about The Three Lions >>

  • TI Bar

    109 E. Laurel St. Fort Collins, CO 80524
    970-221-3260

  • Tibet

    Tibet's Restaurant & Bar

    321 McCaslin Blvd. Louisville, CO 80027
    303-665-2557

    http://www.tibetsrestaurant.com Tibet's is owned by Kami Sherpa and Pasang Sherpa, and related through blood (not money) to another great Tibetan restaurant: Sherpa's Adventurers Restaurant in Boulder. It's staffed by some of Sherpa's former waiters, and Pasang himself works the floor while the cooking is done by chef Uttam Lama, who has major cred: He got his training at a Tibetan Buddhist monastery and once cooked for the Dalai Lama. The spacious dining room is lovely and comfortable, with the sounds of Tibetan music and the smells of Tibetan food filling the place. Read more about Tibet's Restaurant & Bar >>

  • Tilted Kilt

    Tilted Kilt

    1201 16th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-893-5458

    http://www.tiltedkilt.com The Tilted Kilt has been compared to Hooters with an Irish accent, and there's plenty in this giant, two-story pub to flip your skirt. A large, outdoor patio welcomes you; double doors lead into an enormous dining room and bar area decorated with tartans, statues in full body armor, flags from around the world and stenciled quotes. At the back, there's a clear view into the kitchen, which turns out such pub grub as Irish nachos. But let's face it: Most Tilted Kilt patrons come to look at the servers in their naughty Catholic-schoolgirl outfits. When Irish guys are smiling... Read more about Tilted Kilt >>

  • Tin Cup Bar & Grill & Catering

    50 S. Peoria St. Aurora, CO 80012-1613
    303-364-8678

  • Tippers

    6050 W. 55th Place Arvada, CO 80002-2712
    303-403-4058

  • Toad Tavern

    Toad Tavern

    5302 S. Federal Circle Littleton, CO 80123
    303-795-6877

    http://www.toadtavern.com What was once a quaint suburban bar turned into a full-fledged music venue in 2008, when the Toad Tavern space was expanded to nearly 5,000 square feet and filled with new furnishings, refinished surfaces, raised ceilings and a stage that's been beefed up considerably from its postage-stamp-sized predecessor. The new stage can easily accommodate a ten-piece act or more, and professional-quality sound and lighting are also now in place. In addition to recruiting a steady stream of local and national rock acts, the Toad brings in a fair amount of nationally known blues artists. Read more about Toad Tavern >>

  • Toby Keith

    Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill

    8260 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238
    303-577-8629

    http://www.countrybarco.com Named after Toby Keith's hit country single "I Love This Bar," this massive, 22,000-square-foot bar/restaurant, which is housed in the former Borders Books location at Northfield Stapleton, sports an 85-foot guitar-shaped bar, a ton of Keith memorabilia and a dance floor; it also serves beer in Mason jars and offers live country music five nights a week. You'll find a bevy of tank-top-sporting, Daisy Duke-wearing Whiskey Girl bartenders and waitresses at the 650-seat spot, which can get a bit rowdy on the weekends. Keith's place, part of a national chain, also serves up down-home grub, from pulled-pork sandwiches and meatloaf to Southern-fried Twinkies. Read more about Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill >>

  • Tommyknocker Brewery & Restaurant

    Tommyknocker Brewery & Restaurant

    1401 Miner St. Idaho Springs, CO 80452
    303-567-4419

    http://www.tommyknocker.com Nestled in Idaho Springs, less than half an hour from Denver, Tommyknocker Brewery and Pub is going on fifteen years and boasts an ornery streak that can only come from watching, with a mix of business pleasure and nativist horror, as the traffic builds over the years. Still, Tommyknocker welcomes all comers and delights all kinds, from locals and tourists to tired skiers and kayakers in need of a cold one. While the brewpub's mainstays, such as its signature Maple Nut Brown Ale, are available in stores far and wide, some of its best offerings - Pick Axe Pale Ale, Black Powder Stout and Spleen Cleaver - can only be enjoyed on site or in a growler to go. Pair them with Buffalo Roadhouse Red Chili or a Smokehouse Pulled Buffalo Sandwich smothered in Big B's BBQ sauce, and you'll taste the best of the new and the Old West. Besides beer, the specialty here is bison: burgers, chili and even a pulled-buffalo sandwich, smoked for 24 hours and served with a side of Big B's sauce. And if you need one for the road, try the homemade root beer, made with honey. Read more about Tommyknocker Brewery & Restaurant >>

  • Tooey

    Tooey's Off Colfax

    1521 Marion St. Denver, CO 80218
    303-586-5075

    As a local rep for PBR, Alissa Anderson visited quite a few bars in this town. The next logical step was to own a bar of her own – so in October 2008, she and her husband bought the former Club Boca, which had been vacant for close to a year, and turned it into Tooey's Off Colfax. The couple did a quick renovation that involved moving the bar closer to the front window, then opened in a flash. Just as quickly, the bar was attracting regulars, especially service-industry folks, and Anderson started hosting bands, DJ and karaoke nights, art shows and a whole lot more. Read more about Tooey's Off Colfax >>

  • Trailside Saloon

    Trailside Saloon

    10360 Colorado Blvd. Denver, CO 80229
    303-457-0660

    The Trailside Saloon is a folksy joint with country music playing on the speakers and locals sucking down domestic bottles at the bar and tables. The pool tables are usually busy and the bar really gets crankin' on Fridays, when the Trailside has live music. Everything from honky-tonk to classic rock comes off of the small corner stage, enlivening the crowd. (Don't get too rowdy, though: The Trailside has a bevy of security cameras to capture rabble-rousers.) A DJ and karaoke take over on Saturday, guaranteeing a rowdy weekend on the side of this here trail. Read more about Trailside Saloon >>

  • Trapper's Chop House

    19308 Cottonwood Drive Parker, CO 80138
    303-248-2132

    http://www.trapperschophouse.com

  • Triple Nickel Tavern

    26 S. Wahsatch Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
    719-477-9555

    http://www.myspace.com/555nickel Opened in late 2005 by JJ Grueter (bassist for Drag the River and the Nobodys) and his family, the Triple Nickel Tavern might just be Colorado Springs's answer to Denver's 3 Kings. It's a rock club through and through (well, with some punk and country thrown in) and brings in a steady stream of local and national acts like Supersuckers and Heartless Bastards. While music is king here -- the bar sports a great jukebox, too -- it's also a place for Red Sox fans to watch games (the Grueters are Boston natives). Pittsburgh Steelers fans gravitate here on game days as well. Read more about Triple Nickel Tavern >>

  • Trophy Room Bar

    801 Mariposa St. Denver, CO 80204-4314
    303-534-9505

  • TRVE Brewing

    TRVE Brewing

    227 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-351-1021

    http://www.trvebrewing.com TRVE Brewing opened in June 2012 in a long, skinny space on Broadway that was the former home of an art gallery. Although everyone there is friendly, the layout gives the place a dark and divey feel, which is just fine with owner Nick Nunns, who names all of his beers after black heavy metal bands or songs and plays black metal music most of the time. Nunns also likes to play around with beer styles, brewing up some fun, boundary-pushing beers, which you can drink at the bar or take over the the thirty-foot long, sold wood table, which sits as the centerpiece of this Baker neighborhood gem. Read more about TRVE Brewing >>

  • Tryst Lounge

    Tryst Lounge

    1322 15th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-629-0544

    http://www.trystlounge.com In April 2010, Paul Piciocchi announced that he was closing Tryst after six years and moving the concept to Playa del Carmen. Over the next week, he remodeled the space at 1512 Larimer Street, reopening it as Dive on Fifteenth. But now Dive has taken a dive, and the spot turned back into Tryst. Some of the changes he made to the interior space for Dive will remain -- it's a better layout, he says -- but he's also prettied up the room with a paint job, glass tile bar face, more candles and a chandelier. Read more about Tryst Lounge >>

  • Twins Inn Tavern

    5201 Ralston Road Arvada, CO 80002
    303-422-2786

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