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Dazzle

Dazzle

In business for more than fifteen years, Dazzle has secured its spot as the premier place for jazz in Denver. DownBeat magazine listed it as one of the top 100 jazz clubs in the world ― and with good reason.
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.
The Walnut Room

The Walnut Room

While the Walnut Street location, which opened in 2005, is a great place for grub, it's also a 250-person music venue that brings in a steady stream of local and national acts and boasts one of the best-sounding rooms in the city.

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  • Yacht Club

    3350 Brighton Blvd. Denver, CO 80216
    720-443-1135

  • Yak and Yeti

    Yak and Yeti

    7803 Ralston Road Arvada, CO 80002
    303-431-9000

    http://www.theyakandyeti.com Yak and Yeti has been serving up authentic Indian fare -- and a few traditional Nepalese dishes -- since 2002. The second Yak & Yeti location, in Arvada, is our favorite, since owner Dol Bhattarai bought an old farmhouse full of brewing equipment, which allowed him to add a line of Indian-inspired craft beers (including the award-winning Chai Stout) to his bar list at both restaurants. And he not only got a brewery -- he got a ghost, too, which allegedly haunts the place. Regardless of what you believe about the elusive beyond, there's no denying that this restaurant is saturated with the history of the family that once owned it. In these spooky digs, Yak and Yeti serves up a psirited culinary mix during buffet lunch or served dinner. Read more about Yak and Yeti >>

  • Yak and Yeti

    Yak and Yeti

    8665 N. Sheridan Blvd. Arvada, CO 80003
    303-426-1976

    http://www.theyakandyeti.com Yak and Yeti has been serving up authentic Indian fare -- and a few traditional Nepalese dishes -- since 2002. This location, in Arvada, is our favorite, since owner Dol Bhattarai bought an old farmhouse full of brewing equipment, which allowed him to add a line of Indian-inspired craft beers (including the award-winning Chai Stout) to his bar list at both restaurants. And he not only got a brewery -- he got a ghost, too, which allegedly haunts the place. Regardless of what you believe about the elusive beyond, there's no denying that this restaurant is saturated with the history of the family that once owned it. In these spooky digs, Yak and Yeti serves up a psirited culinary mix during buffet lunch or served dinner. Read more about Yak and Yeti >>

  • Yard House

    Yard House

    14500 W. Colfax Ave. Golden, CO 80401
    303-278-9273

    http://www.yardhouse.com Steele Platt knows what Denver likes. Although the restaurateur, who had several places in the Tivoli in the ’80s, left Colorado decades ago, the Yard House chain that he founded in California in 1996 is also ideally suited for Colorado. For starters, beers are big at the Yard House – the restaurant has over a hundred beers on tap alone – and the menu is big, too, with dishes suited to just about every taste served in gargantuan portions. Whether it’s the Yard House in Colorado Mills, the first to open in metro Denver, or the big, spacious spot on the 16th Street Mall that packs in diners and drinkers at all hours, or the newest entry in Park Meadows, designed to satiate the thirst of suburbanites parched for fun, there’s a Yard House right in your back yard. Read more about Yard House >>

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