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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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  • Urban Backyard

    17999 Colfax Golden, CO 80401
    303-549-8842

    http://www.urbanbackyardgolden.com

  • Urban Backyard

    17999 Colfax Golden, CO 80401
    303-549-8842

    http://www.urbanbackyardgolden.com

  • Via Toscana

    Via Toscana

    356 S. McCaslin Blvd. Louisville, CO 80027-9432
    303-604-6960

    http://www.viatoscana.com

  • ViewHouse

    ViewHouse

    7101 South Clinton St. Centennial, CO 80112
    303-790-VIEW

    http://www.viewhouse.com

  • ViewHouse 2.0

    7101 S. Clinton St. Centennial, CO 80112

    http://www.viewhouse.com

  • ViewHouse Eatery Bar & Rooftop

    ViewHouse Eatery Bar & Rooftop

    2015 Market St. Denver, CO 80205
    720-878-2015

    http://viewhouse.com When it was unveiled just before the start of the 2013 baseball season, ViewHouse Eatery, Bar & Rooftop immediately upped the ante on entertainment in the Ballpark neighborhood. Lotus Clubs founder Francois Safieddine bought the former Nisei Veterans post, which for decades had housed Mori Japanese Restaurant, and raised the roof – literally – to transform it into a two-story party palace, topped off by a deck with a breathtaking view of the mountains, the ballpark…and all the activity below. ViewHouse is designed as a place where you can sit with your son and watch a baseball game or have a late-night bite after a night on the surrounding area – and the menu, by chef Jose Guerrero, will accommodate almost any activity. Read more about ViewHouse Eatery Bar & Rooftop >>

  • Viking

    Viking

    4888 W. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80204
    303-623-3256

    http://www.thevikingbar.com Known for decades as the Tap Inn, the Viking still holds it down as a bar-stool oasis along a stretch of West Colfax all but abandoned by other watering holes. Yes, it's a biker bar by definition, but everyone is welcome: Regulars come in the form of blue-collar workers, lawyers, neighborhood day drinkers, and even nearby St. Anthony's Hospital nurses. Parking for bikes is designated front and center, next to an enormous patio for smoking and game-time BBQing, as the working-class joint is not shy about its Broncos pride. Truly a landmark, the rough-but-sweet staff at the Viking will happily give a Colfax history lesson to anyone who bellies up to its bar. Read more about Viking >>

  • Village Pub

    9150 Huron St. Westminster, CO 80260
    303-427-7745

  • The Village Shops at Landmark

    7677 E. Berry Ave. Englewood, CO 80111
    303-721-0500

    http://www.visitthelandmark.com/shops.htm

  • Vine Street Pub & (Brewery)

    Vine Street Pub & (Brewery)

    1700 Vine St. Denver, CO 80206
    303-388-2337

    http://www.mountainsunpub.com Vine Street Pub, one of the Mountain Sun spots, is now brewing its own beer, which makes it a particularly welcome hangout in Denver’s City Park neighborhood. The three pubs are a front for a microbrewery, and they each maintain a line of about twenty taps for the Sun's own solid, award-winning craft beers. During happy hour, hippies, hikers and lawn-game enthusiasts can indulge in $3 pints of heady IPAs and nitro stouts, supplemented by bar fare that pragmatically provides both bacon and beer-baked tempeh for the conscious eaters who frequent these establishments. Read more about Vine Street Pub & (Brewery) >>

  • Vines Wine Bar & Tapas

    Vines Wine Bar & Tapas

    19501 E. Main St. Parker, CO 80138
    303-736-8463

    http://www.vineswinebar.com

  • Vita Restaurant

    Vita Restaurant

    1575 Boulder St. Denver, CO 80211
    303-477-4600

    http://www.vitadenver.com Highland has become Denver's hottest restaurant neighborhood, and from the stunning rooftop of Vita, with its view of the Platte Valley and downtown beyond, you'll feel on top of the world. And definitely above the LoDo fray; this is just the spot for those who enjoy drinking outdoors without having to fight plastic-cup-carrying crowds. Read more about Vita Restaurant >>

  • Voodoo Comedy Playhouse

    Voodoo Comedy Playhouse

    1260 22nd St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-578-0079

    http://www.voodoocomedy.com

  • W.T. Shorty

    W.T. Shorty's

    990 S. Oneida St. Denver, CO 80224
    303-388-2883

    http://www.wtshortys.com A multi-level, cavernous sports bar tucked away in a South Denver strip mall, W.T. Shorty's has a dark wooden interior that feels like an adult version of Casa Bonita. Instead of cliff diving, though, there's a massive, three-sided center bar backed by a wall of flat-screen TVs. Each seat in the house seems positioned for game watching, including the huge, covered and heated smoking patio -- which comes with TVs, too. Nooks and crannies hide booths, pool tables, darts and video games, each winding turn yielding a new spot for patrons to sit and shoot the breeze. But the bar is the center attraction, where regulars belly up for booze and a heavy menu of hot wings in spicy and sweet varieties; homemade ranch kettle chips; and items like the "taco pizza," a pie piled high with ground beef, salsa, cheese, black olives and tortilla chips. Read more about W.T. Shorty's >>

  • The Wall Tavern

    The Wall Tavern

    1112 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO 80204
    720-362-3385

    http://www.thewalltavern.com In the summer of 2013, the Wall Tavern moved into what had been Shwervers Bar in the Art District on Santa Fe. In keeping with their surroundings, owners Isiah Pachner and Justin Cooper wanted to incorporate an arty feel in the place, so they fabricated the bar top themselves from copper, removed the plaster inside to expose the building's brickwork, and built the bar itself from wood salvaged from a century-old barn outside of Laramie, Wyoming. The relaxed spot occasionally brings in live music and DJs. Read more about The Wall Tavern >>

  • The Walnut Room

    The Walnut Room

    3131 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-295-1868

    http://www.thewalnutroom.com You can slum it with a slice and a drink for $5 at just about every pizza joint in town, but when you want to slum it in style, either location of the Walnut Room feels your vibe. At lunchtime, a fresh-faced server, usually of the hipster sort, will trot out an eight-inch, thin-crusted pizza topped with whatever single ingredient tickles your fancy, a cup of soup or a house salad scattered with mozzarella, and a beverage. 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. Read more about The Walnut Room >>

  • The Walrus Saloon

    The Walrus Saloon

    1911 11th St Boulder, CO 80302
    303-443-9902

    http://www.boulderwalrus.com A favorite among CU-Boulder students, the Walrus Saloon has just about everything the college set needs for a good time: cheap drinks, pitchers of beer, games, music and peanuts. Sure, the dimly lit basement space is a bit of a dive, but the regulars don't seem to care. While the pool tables are a big draw, so are DJ nights on the weekends, when the action moves from the bar to the Walrus's small but serviceable dance floor. Read more about The Walrus Saloon >>

  • Washington Park Grille

    Washington Park Grille

    1096 S. Gaylord St. Denver, CO 80209
    303-777-0707

    http://www.washparkgrille.com Long a South Gaylord Street standard, Wash Park Grille has been meeting the needs of the neighborhood's happy-hour crew for years, boasting half-price appetizers and deals on domestic drafts, house wines and well drinks from late afternoon to early evening. (There's also a late-night happy hour.) The large space has been revamped and is a sleek spot, not only for thirty-something after-work drinks, but also for lunch or dinner. The food is a mix of Italian and a twist on American classics. The Grille also busts out flip night, ladies' night (and a gentlemen's one, too), as well as offering a steady stream of live music, making for a most a welcoming scene. Read more about Washington Park Grille >>

  • Washington

    Washington's Sports Bar & Grill

    132 Laporte Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80524
    970-484-3989

    http://www.thewashbar.com Since the late '70s. Washington's Sports Bar in Old Town Fort Collins has been a popular spot with CSU students, regulars and families; they all come to grab a beer and a burger, catch a game on on the bar's many TVs, or play pool and air hockey or board and arcade games. On the weekends, the place turns into a dance party with DJs, and during the week, there are poker and trivia nights. The menu includes bar-food staples such as wings, burgers, Philly cheesesteaks and barbecue sandwiches. Read more about Washington's Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • Water 2 Wine

    Water 2 Wine

    8130 S. University Blvd. Centennial, CO 80122
    720-489-9463

    http://www.water2wine.com/denver/

  • Water Hole

    4990 Ward Road Wheat Ridge, CO 80033-2124
    303-422-8830

  • The Watering Bowl

    The Watering Bowl

    5411 Leetsdale Drive Denver, CO 80246
    720-441-2695

    http://www.denverwateringbowl.com Dubbed "your best friend's bar,” the Watering Bowl is a dog-friendly spot housed in the former Priddy Auction Galleries space on Leetsdale Drive. Although dogs aren’t actually allowed inside of the 13,000-square-foot bar, there are 7,000 additional square feet outside for a fenced-in private dog park. The Watering Bowl has a fully stocked regular bar and a wine bar on the main level, as well as another bar and two VIP lounges upstairs. There are a number of local craft beers available, including varieties from Breckenridge Brewery, Oskar Blues and Dry Dock. In keeping with the dog theme, drinks will be named after dogs or breeds, and areas of the bar are named after dogs, as well. Read more about The Watering Bowl >>

  • Waterloo

    Waterloo

    809 S. Main St. Louisville, CO 80027
    303-993-2094

    http://www.waterloolouisville.com Since the early 1980s, Waterloo Records in Austin Texas has established itself as one of the coolest independent record stores in the state. So when two sons of the store's founder opened Waterloo in downtown Louisville in 2007, they brought with some of the store's hipness, some of its memorabilia and borrowed the logo as well. A neighborhood restaurant, bar and live music venue, the spot brings in live local music three days a week and also has a weekly acoustic open mic night. The menu includes Texas style barbecue, burgers, sandwiches and appetizers. Read more about Waterloo >>

  • Waterton Tavern

    8361 N. Rampart Range Rd. Littleton, CO 80125
    720-362-2337

    http://www,watertontavern.com The Waterton Tavern's website touts two things that are very important to tavern-goers: cold beer and big burgers. And while this bar, which is located in the Roxborough section of Littleton, excels at both of those things (there are ten different types of burgers), the place has even more to offer, including additional menu items such as sandwiches and steak; karaoke during the week; and live entertainment on the weekends in the form of bands, DJs and open-mike nights. Read more about Waterton Tavern >>

  • Wazee Supper Club

    Wazee Supper Club

    1600 15th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-623-9518

    http://www.wazeesupperclub.com The Wazee predates all the hipness, all the gentrification of LoDo. But the bar has aged well, and no place works better when you need a place to crash-land for a couple of hours, a couple of years, a lifetime. It's seen some famous faces (and has even been owned by one, John Hickenlooper), but has also served 10,000 times as many nobodies. And the food here, especially the burgers and pizza, is far better than you'd expect, exactly the sort of grub that goes perfect with a beer, a shot and a long night out with friends. A major renovation in 2012 gave the place a big new kitchen and expanded the dining area in the bar, but the dumbwaiter remains, as does the down-home atmosphere that makes this such a great neighborhood bar. Here’s to forty more years at the Wazee. Read more about Wazee Supper Club >>

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