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Cheeky Monk

Cheeky Monk

Not only is the Cheeky Monk a destination for all you European beer snobs looking for unpronounceable brews made by monks, but it also happens to be a great place to sample the rather unique cuisine of the Benelux.
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.
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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  • Southside Johnny's

    528 S. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
    719-444-8487

    http://www.southsidejohnnys.biz Situated on the south side of downtown Colorado Springs, down the street from Colorado College, Southside Johnny's is one of the city's best live-music venues. While things can get pretty rowdy here when bands play, especially on the weekends, Johnny's is also just a good neighborhood watering hole. The menu includes burgers, sandwiches, and house specialties like BBQ ribs, fish and chips, enchiladas and burritos. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Spanky

    Spanky's Urban Roadhouse

    1800 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80210
    303-733-6886

    http://www.spankysroadhouse.com When Spanky's Roadhouse, a faux roadhouse complete with grime, first started flipping burgers in the University of Denver neighborhood, it was a fresh concept and a welcome addition to the area. Today it's part of a group that also owns Reiver's and the Dusty Boot restaurants, and everything it serves seems pretty standard and fairly tired: Colorado brews including Coors Light and Fat Tire, cheap wells and a standard bar menu. The place is dark, even in the daytime, but the shadows mask the bar-room grit that seems to be etched into every surface. Which is to say that it has a friendly, old-time neighborly feel and is often half-full of twenty-somethings putting their student schedule to good use. Spanky's also offers a Wisconsin-style fish fry every Friday and Saturday, and hosts Geeks Who Drink on Wednesdays. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Speakeasy

    301 Main St. Longmont, CO 80501
    303-709-6777

    http://www.thespeakeasylongmont.com The Speakeasy doesn’t feel like the kind of spot you’d find in Longmont; with its exposed-brick walls and chandeliers, it feels more like New York or Chicago. (As evidenced by its name, the owner was going for a Prohibition-era theme.) The underground club, which includes a game room and a live-music room, brings in live jazz and blues acts on the weekends and hosts karaoke and open-mic nights during the week. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Spill Lounge

    Spill Lounge

    1410 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    720-932-0181

    http://www.spilllounge.com Spill has been a part of LoDo since July of 2003. Since then, the club has offered a wide range of DJs and hosted a variety of events. Each day of the week comes with a different special, ranging from taco Tuesday to ladies night. There's also a full-service menu, serving Mexican food from 5 to 11 p.m., Monday through Saturday. In the summertime, it's home to a rooftop patio overlooking the city, where patrons can find a full service bar and vast amount of seating. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Spirit Hound Distillers

    Spirit Hound Distillers

    4196 Ute Highway Lyons, CO 80503

    http://www.spirithounddistillers.com

  • Splinters From The Pine

    1932 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202-1230
    303-296-3996

  • Sports Column

    Sports Column

    1930 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-296-1930

    http://www.denversportscolumn.com On game nights, patrons pack the Sports Column for beers and sports, loudly cheering their favorite teams over a raucous crowd. When the sporting event isn't Colorado-local, twenty- and thirty-somethings resort to the games scattered around the spot, trivia nights or the rooftop deck. Though the Sports Column is decidedly more concentrated on sports than food, the spot does offer a menu of American classics, satiating drinkers in the vast, open bar room with burgers, fries and nachos. Late-night happy hours, frequent drink specials and its LoDo location make the bar a popular - and therefore always crowded - stop in Denver. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Sports Pub

    6501 W. Mississippi Ave. Lakewood, CO 80226-4633
    303-936-8513

  • Sports Station American Grill

    409 N. Railroad Ave. Loveland, CO 80537
    970-461-2735

    http://www.sportsstationco.com

  • Sports Station Bar & Grill

    850 Dayton St. Aurora, CO 80010
    303-343-2950

    http://www.sportssta.com

  • Spot Bar & Grill

    Spot Bar & Grill

    98 S. Pennsylvania St. Denver, CO 80209
    303-733-1299

    http://www.spotbarandgrill.com The value of a bar's cleanliness is often overlooked until you walk into a place like the Spot, where the shining liquor bottles and dustless corners pleasantly stick out. The pub's arched and mirrored back bar make the tiny joint look larger than life, and its variety of high-end booze and handful of beers on tap offer something for every drinker. A TV or two hangs inconspicuously from the ceiling, and while this is definitely the place to catch a game, the atmosphere is relatively sports-neutral, welcoming sports fans and non-sports fans alike to come in and kick back. The patio is covered and heated, the staff is top-notch, and the menu aims high above typical bar food, promising the Spot's legacy will continue long past the decade and a half it has already been open. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Spot Bar & Grill Golden

    111 N. Rubey Drive Golden, CO 80403
    303-271-9310

  • Sputnik

    Sputnik

    3 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209
    720-570-4503

    http://www.sputnikdenver.com Located in the music-friendly Baker neighborhood, Sputnik is a place to get the party started before a show or to recap events after one. Located next door to the Hi-Dive, Sputnik is frequented by touring bands hoping to fill the hunger void with a PBR and a corn dog, and local rockers hoping to get their band on the bill or an application to work the door. If all the partying during the week has you feeling a little hazy, Sputnik has you covered with its daily hangover brunch (available 'til 3 p.m.), featuring breakfast burritos, egg tacos and the life-giving Hangover Scramble, served alongside deals on Bloody Marys and mimosas. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Squeeze Inn

    Squeeze Inn

    5395 W. 48th Ave. Denver, CO 80212
    303-458-6440

    If you're not looking for the Squeeze Inn, it's likely you'll drive right past the tiny drink shack and its barely visible sign. But once you make your way into this single-room lounge with checker-tiled floors and red vinyl seats, you'll never forget it. Set at the back of a wide-open lot, the one-time burger joint and husband hideout has been in operation since the late 1950s, serving up nothing fancy -- just beer and plain cocktails. A jukebox and a TV or two can be found in the clean and brightly lit establishment, but it's obvious that it's the conversation patrons come in for. Frozen pizza is the only thing currently on the menu, but that's set to change this summer, when the miniature bar's back kitchen gets cooking again and the freshly poured concrete patio is open for business. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Squire Lounge

    The Squire Lounge

    1800 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    303-333-9106

    There are few legendary dives left in Denver, and the Squire is one of them. Nestled into the corner of Williams and Colfax, the sprawling Squire caters to anyone who wants to take in the sights and sounds. It's all in a day's work -- emphasis on day -- in the large space, where windows let in ample light to shine upon the long shuffleboard table, foosball field and mural of Colfax's icons (above the weirdly located booths). By night, the crowd loosens up a bit -- especially on the weekends, or on the Squire's now-famous Tuesday comedy night -- to include all ages and backgrounds. But, yes, even on the busiest night, there's still a pretty good chance you will hear a dude talking to himself while he drinks his cheap Bud. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • St George Sports Bar & Grill

    9655 Montview Blvd. Aurora, CO 80010-2036
    303-360-8066

  • Stadium Inn

    Stadium Inn

    1701 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80210
    303-733-4031

    http://www.stadiuminndenver.com Be it fact or folklore, the Stadium Inn claims to sell more Jim Beam per square foot than any other bar in the country. This stat means $2 Beam drinks and shots all day, every day. It also means that each October, the first fifty lushes to sample all seven varieties of Beam that the bar offers receive a Degree of Bourbonology, an honor confirmed the following January in a cap-and-gown ceremony and other shenanigans. With these wallet-friendly (and resume-building) incentives, how can you afford not to wander into (and later stumble out of) the Stadium Inn for some cheap, cheap Beam? Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Stagecoach Sports Grill

    Stagecoach Sports Grill

    30790 Stagecoach Blvd. Evergreen, CO 80439
    303-674-4633

    http://www.stagecoachsportsgrill.com This longtime BBQ joint and raucous bar's recipes include succulent St. Louis-cut pork ribs and baby backs, all with a deep, smoky taste and a molasses-sweet, Kansas City-style sauce. The prime rib is smoked, too, for a unique taste. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Stampede

    Stampede

    2430 S. Havana St. Aurora, CO 80014
    303-696-7686

    http://www.stampedeclub.net A huge circular dance floor dominates the space in Stampede, a country-Western club, bar and restaurant. It has a mechanical bull for your riding pleasure, plenty of neon and wood decor and even a few fence-post railings to lean on if you've had one too many or simply need a break from dancing. The restaurant serves up mesquite-grilled favorites. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Stampede Mesquite Grill & Dance Emporium

    Stampede Mesquite Grill & Dance Emporium

    2430 S. Havana St. Aurora, CO 80014-1612
    303-696-7686

    http://www.stampedeclub.net A huge circular dance floor dominates the space in Stampede, a country-Western club, bar and restaurant. It has a mechanical bull for your riding pleasure, plenty of neon and wood decor and even a few fence-post railings to lean on if you've had one too many or simply need a break from dancing. The restaurant serves up mesquite-grilled favorites. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Stapleton Tap House

    8286 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238

  • Star Bar

    Star Bar

    2137 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    720-328-2420

    http://www.starbardenver.com Located at 21st and Larimer streets, just around the corner from Coors Field, Star Bar offers the small hole-in-the-wall feel that many Denverites are looking for. Maintaining a strict "B.Y.O.F." (Bring Your Own Food) policy makes this a welcoming and unique setting to sip on your favorite spirits. With a pool table and a handful of arcade games in the back, a slip-out-the-back patio and a revolving door of specials, Star Bar is sure to be a favorite for anyone exploring the LoDo, Curtis Park and RiNo districts. Thanks to a loyal clientele, Star Bar will continue to shine as one of Denver's oldest watering holes, having been in its current location for more than fifty years. And with a recent makeover, Star Bar is more appealing than ever. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Stardust Lounge

    Stardust Lounge

    5205 Marshall St. Arvada, CO 80002
    303-424-9987

    While it might sound like it belongs in Vegas, the Stardust Lounge is a nondescript joint that you could easily drive by, but it's quite cozy on the inside. Something of an Arvada institution for more than three decades, the Stardust has just about everything a person could want in a decent night of imbibing, including cheap drinks, pool tables, plenty of seating at the bar and quite a few vinyl booths to stretch out in. While it's a decent place to check out a game, it's also a popular spot for karaoke and live music on the weekends. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Ste. Ellie

    Ste. Ellie

    1553 Platte St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-477-1447

    http://www.coltandgray.com There are plenty of high-end cocktail caves tucked into Denver's trendiest 'hoods, but Ste. Ellie, an intriguing fifty-seat boutique and small-plates retreat in the underbelly of Colt & Gray, rises above the rest. Although the black-and-white color palette, moody lighting, modular chairs and crescent-shaped booths are ambience-rich and obligingly swank, owner Nelson Perkins and head barman Kevin Burke have smartly assembled a behind-the-bar cast that harbors none of the snoot that too often plagues cocktail bars whose aesthetics are 100-proof highbrow. Fifteen cocktails -- a fair split between classic and current, all impeccably accomplished -- are augmented by a "based-on- your-preferences" bartender's choice, potent punch for a crowd, and a well-curated selection of wines, champagne and beer. There's no shortage of food cred here, either: Try the clams and octopus with viande 'nduja (an Italian pork sausage) or the duck-confit poutine. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Stockyard Saloon

    The Stockyard Saloon

    4710 National Western Drive Denver, CO 80216
    303-298-0525

    http://www.denverstockyardsaloon.com Yee-haw! During the annual National Western Stock Show, the Stockyard Saloon – located in a historic building in the heart of the old packinghouse district – is the hottest place in town. But this watering hole is worth a visit the rest of the year, too. The second-floor space offers an interesting view of the surrounding neighborhood, with the original pens and railroad tracks, and the view inside is usually pretty interesting, too, since cowboys are often rubbing elbows with FBI agents who office nearby, and buckle bunnies (“heifers,” according to the ladies’-room sign) are circling the crowd. The burgers and Mexican-food offerings are worthy, and the drinks are strong. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

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