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Barricuda's

Barricuda's

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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  • The Tavern at Mile High

    The Tavern at Mile High

    3240 W. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80204-2209
    303-534-5901

  • The Tavern Downtown

    The Tavern Downtown

    1949 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-299-0100

    http://www.tavernhg.com/downtown Perhaps the best feature of the Tavern Downtown is its massive rooftop patio, a broad space that features expansive views of downtown and the Front Range. During mealtimes -- including weekend brunch -- a menu of bar-food classics is available for the groups that sit at tables outside and in, usually partaking in daytime drinking while catching a game on TV. As nighttime rolls around, the Tavern's atmosphere shifts to that of a club, featuring a pop soundtrack that keeps a crowd moving on the dance floor until last call. Nightly drink specials abound, and the upstairs bar serves popular alcoholic slushies. Read more about The Tavern Downtown >>

  • Tavern Littleton

    Tavern Littleton

    2589 W. Main St. Littleton, CO 80120
    303-730-7772

    http://www.tavernhg.com/littleton

  • The Tavern Lowry

    The Tavern Lowry

    7401 E. 1st Ave. Denver, CO 80230
    303-366-0007

    http://www.tavernhospitalitygroup.com/lowry

  • Tavern on 26th Ave.

    Tavern on 26th Ave.

    10040 W. 26th Ave. Lakewood, CO 80215
    303-238-2549

    Known for its karaoke nights, the friendly regulars at this funky Lakewood dive are fairly supportive of anyone who wants to take a shot grabbing the microphone and belting (or at least trying) out a tune. With decently priced drinks, which can be quite strong at times, it's not going to bust your wallet getting up some liquid courage. Even if you don't want to take a stab at singing, this low-key neighborhood joint has a few pool tables and TVs to catch a game. Read more about Tavern on 26th Ave. >>

  • The Tavern Tech Center

    The Tavern Tech Center

    5336 DTC Blvd. Englewood, CO 80111
    303-221-4660

    http://www.tavernhg.com/tech_center Like the other Taverns, the Tavern Tech Center draws a sizable nightly crowd from the surrounding neighborhoods. Those twenty- and thirty-something professionals pack into the dark bar and expansive back patio for drink specials, televised sporting events and socializing. While many come just for the beers and the party, this Tavern also does a substantial dinner business, serving up a menu of American classics. It also has a popular brunch, when those who spent the previous night getting plowed can return to the scene of their undoing for eggs, bacon and a Bloody Mary. Read more about The Tavern Tech Center >>

  • The Tavern Uptown

    The Tavern Uptown

    538 E. 17th Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    303-830-9210

    http://www.tavernhg.com/uptown Like the other Taverns, the Tavern Uptown draws a sizable nightly crowd from the surrounding neighborhoods. Those twenty- and thirty-something professionals pack into the dark bar and expansive back patio for drink specials, televised sporting events and socializing. While many come just for the beers and the party -- which is more mellow Uptown than at the Downtown counterpart -- this Tavern also does a substantial dinner business, serving up a menu of American classics. It also has a popular brunch, when those who spent the previous night getting plowed can return to the scene of their undoing for eggs and bacon and a Bloody Mary. Read more about The Tavern Uptown >>

  • The Tavern Wash Park

    The Tavern Wash Park

    1066 S. Gaylord St. Denver, CO 80209
    303-733-0350

    http://www.tavernhg.com/wash_park

  • Teddy

    Teddy's

    4849 Bannock St. Denver, CO 80216
    303-292-9500

    Pink neon lines the windows in this rough-and-rowdy bar, the better to distinguish it from the Holiday Inn it shares space with. Mondays are quiet and mellow, but the action picks up Tuesday with Teddy's Country night. The rest of the week is a little bit of everything: Salsa on Wednesdays and Sundays, old-school R&B on Thursdays, and hip-hop on Friday and Saturday nights all offer plenty of opportunity to take advantage of the wide dance floor. Read more about Teddy's >>

  • Teller

    Teller's Taproom & Kitchen

    1990 Youngfield St. Lakewood, CO 80215
    303-237-1002

    http://www.tellerstaproom.com It's no secret that Lakewood (and, while we're at it, Wheat Ridge) is a vast culinary labyrinth of chains and uninspiring independent restaurants that force suburbanites to empty their change in downtown meters. And that's what inspired Larimer Associates COO Joe Vostrejs, his brothers Steve and Matt, and Rod Wagner, acquisitions and project management partner for Larimer Associates, to open Teller's Taproom & Kitchen in a former 7-Eleven in Applewood. "We recognized that the neighborhood really needed something like this, a third place to hang out, drink great beers and eat great food after spending time at work and at home," says Steve Vostrejs. The partners completely gutted both the exterior and the interior and opened Teller's in early 2012. The space, which Vostrejs describes as "steampunk," is that and more: The marble-topped 1890s mahogany bar, which originally resided in the Lamar train station, overlooks tap handles for thirty beers, thirteen of which are brewed in Colorado, and those beers are poured in appropriate glassware, including double steins if you're ordering a domestic brew. Read more about Teller's Taproom & Kitchen >>

  • Tennyson

    Tennyson's Tap

    4335 W. 38th Ave. Denver, CO 80212
    303-455-4269

    http://www.tennysonstap.com Once home to a fairly run-down Baron's Restaurant and Lounge, the building at 4335 West 38th Avenue was taken over by new owners, remodeled and reopened as Tennyson's Tap in early 2011. A big improvement over its predecessor, Tennyson's is a bar and restaurant on the edge of the Berkeley neighborhood that serves a decent selection of Colorado spirits and brews. On First Fridays, the bar also doubles as an art gallery for local artists and is part of the Tennyson Street Art Walk. Inspired by the bygone days of traditional Western saloons, the decor includes a 25-foot-long black-walnut bar top as well as knotty alder woodwork. Tennyson's also sports a number of TVs, pinball and a jukebox. Read more about Tennyson's Tap >>

  • Tequila Leclub

    5115 Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80221-1100
    303-480-0302

  • The Terminal Bar

    The Terminal Bar

    1701 Wynkoop Street Denver, CO 80202

    Long before there was a renovated Union Station, even long before lower downtown was nicknamed LoDo, there was a Terminal Bar in the neighborhood. It was a down-and-dirty workingman's joint, named for both the nearby Union Station and the long-gone Terminal Annex Post Office. Three happy hours a day -- early morning, late afternoon and very late at night -- catered to workers coming off (or headed to) their shifts at those spots. The old Terminal Bar has been gone nearly twenty years -- but in June 2014, its name was resurrected for a new watering hole in the former ticketing office inside the Great Hall of Union Station. With an extensive selection of classic cocktails and wines, it's an ideal spot for celebrating great memories -- and for making new ones. Read more about The Terminal Bar >>

  • The Centennial Tavern at Jonesy

    The Centennial Tavern at Jonesy's

    400 E. 20th Ave. Denver, CO 80205
    303-863-7473

    http://www.jeatbar.com Jonesy's is changing its name to the Centennial Tavern, but for the next year it will be the Centennial Tavern at Jonesy's. The kitchen will still offer gigantic bowls of perfectly cooked French fries drenched in macaroni-and-cheese-style bechamel and detailed with chives and chunks of bacon, a dish that will instantly shoot straight to the top of anyone's guilty-favorites list. The rest of the menu is a scaled back selection of pizzas and a few entrees, but the room will remain neighborhood-y and cool. Read more about The Centennial Tavern at Jonesy's >>

  • The Thin Man

    The Thin Man

    2015 E. 17th Ave. Denver, CO 80206
    303-320-7814

    http://www.thinmantavern.com While this bar's name might be inspired by Dashiell Hammett's detective novel, the Thin Man feels more like a modern-day joint in Brooklyn or the East Village than some film-noir relic. The narrow space is stuffed with countless depictions of Jesus, and Christmas lights provide a major source of illumination in the dim bar, making this a place where merry gentlemen -- and women -- can rest for hours on end, imbibing from the stellar lineup of brews, wines and infused vodkas. The patrons are as eclectic as the decor, and just as entertaining. Praise Jesus! Read more about The Thin Man >>

  • Thirsty Bear

    Thirsty Bear

    2595 S. Lewis Way Lakewood, CO 80227-6555
    303-989-3722

  • 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

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