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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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  • Break Room

    5151 S. Federal Blvd. Littleton, CO 80123-2975
    303-797-1155

  • Breckenridge Colorado Craft

    Breckenridge Colorado Craft

    2220 Blake St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-297-3644

    http://www.breckbrew.com Colorado is the brewpub capital of the world, and Breckenridge Brewery was one of the early pioneers that helped the state claim that crown. Since opening nearly two decades ago, this location near Coors Field (one of five Breckenridge pubs) showcases the brewery's extensive selection of handcrafted beers, which can best be sampled during daily happy hour (except when the Rockies are in town). During the day, streams of natural light shine through the venue's skylights, and it turns into a lively joint at night. The place is so spacious that even on game days you shouldn't have to wait long for a table. There's also a good selection of typical pub fare, everything from wings and nachos to soups and salads to burgers and a smattering of Mexican dishes, including enchiladas and fajitas. Read more about Breckenridge Colorado Craft >>

  • Brendan

    Brendan's Pub

    404 Broadway Denver, CO 80204
    720-627-5374

    http://www.brendans404.com After sixty years, Jerry Feld sold his beloved Club 404, and in February 2012, the place reopened as Denver Wheel Club 404. But that incarnation never really got on a roll, and in November 2012, 404 Broadway changed ownership again. It’s been bought by Kevin Geraghty, owner of the defunct (and still missed) Brendan's Pub, who dubbed the spot Brendan's 404 Pub. Read more about Brendan's Pub >>

  • Brewski

    Brewski's Pub & Grill

    2100 E. 104th Ave. Denver, CO 80233
    720-929-1400

    http://www.brewskispubandgrill.com In addition to running a string of bars and clubs since the 1960s, Chuck Persichetti owned Brewski's, at Highway 36 and Pecos, for a decade. Nearly ten years after selling the place (which is now Buckin' Harley's), he resurrected the Brewski's name and opened an updated version of his old spot in Thornton, at the former home of Los Pinos Mexican Restaurant. While the current incarnation is a bit smaller than the old one, Persichetti likes it that way, as he wanted the space to feel more cozy and intimate. Brewski's usually hosts live bands Thursday through Saturday nights, and the menu is made up of standard bar fare, including a variety of appetizers and sandwiches, pizza and burgers. Read more about Brewski's Pub & Grill >>

  • The British Bulldog

    The British Bulldog

    2052 Stout St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-295-7974

    http://www.britishbulldogdenver.com The Bulldog's space actually looks and feels like a bar -- not an art gallery, not a nightclub, not a place that could vanish tomorrow and reappear the next day as a toy store or a hair salon without anyone noticing. It's a double-barreled shotgun of a room with the long oak on one side and rickety, high-backed wooden booths (painted back when it was the Punch Bowl by a regular for liquor money, according to legend) on the other that are devilishly uncomfortable until you get a couple of drinks in you, and then they become miraculously snug and comfy. Out front, there's a covered patio just big enough for six smokers to stand without bumping elbows. And from the kitchen come a variety of simple pub dishes, livened up here and there with hints of Indian and Pakistani cuisine. Read more about The British Bulldog >>

  • Broadways

    Broadways

    1027 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-623-0700

    http://www.broadwaysdenver.com A self-proclaimed "community bar," Broadways, which sits just blocks from Civic Center Park, has been a pre- and post-parade destination of spirited Pride festival-goers for the past eight years. But during the rest of the year, the storefront spot is a nondescript hangout for all kinds, with a pool table garnering the most attention and a tiny bungalow of a dance floor sometimes occupied by a DJ. The jukebox can be found blaring everything from Whitney Houston to Queen, but the patrons bellied up to the wooden bar top surrounded by wooden walls don't seem to mind what's playing. Broadways' small interior suits regulars just fine, but the establishment's back patio -- which will see an expansion in the spring -- is the bar's best feature. Picnic tables and umbrellas accommodate bigger summer crowds, and the outside back bar nearly doubles the amount of space. Read more about Broadways >>

  • Broadways Tavern

    Broadways Tavern

    3978 S. Broadway Englewood, CO 80113
    303-781-5755

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Broadways-Tavern/653153904708605 Over the past decade or so, Broadways Sports Tavern, a pool-and-darts bar at 3978 South Broadway, was open one day a week for a pool league. But in September 2013, Danielle Jurnisky, who was an owner of the Aussie Pub, just down the street, and Chel Johnson, who was a bartender there, teamed up to take over Broadways, and when they did, they dropped the "Sports" from the name. The tavern offers karaoke three nights a week, pool and darts leagues, and live music on occasion. Read more about Broadways Tavern >>

  • Brooklyn's at Invesco Field

    2644 W. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80204-2344
    303-572-3999

  • Brothers Bar and Grill

    Brothers Bar and Grill

    1920 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-297-2767

    http://www.brothersbar.com Brothers Bar and Grill has a neon sign that boasts a 1967 establishment date, but the Denver location only opened in 2010 -- and 1967 is actually the year that the first of the Wisconsin brothers who founded this chain was born. The soundtrack offers a steady stream of hip-hop, the entertainment includes a few video games and a pool table, and the menu includes bar staples such as sliders and sandwiches (the highlight is the all-beef Nathan's hot dog served with your choice of many toppings). Still, Brothers' LoDo location makes it a convenient stop for Rockies fans, and its aggressive series of drink specials includes regular deals on domestic bottled beers, Southern Comfort mixers and shots. The spot is also an ideal roost for smokers -- an enclosed patio space is far enough removed to keep secondhand smoke out of the bar, but it's equipped with a fire pit and spacious enough to feel like a part of the main building. Read more about Brothers Bar and Grill >>

  • Bruce

    Bruce's Bar

    123 First St. Severance, CO 80546
    970-686-2320

    http://www.brucesbar123.com Although Bruce’s Bar is a bit out of the way -- it's in Severance, about half an hour from Fort Collins -- lots of folks hit the spot for its burgers or World-Famous Rocky Mountain Oysters. The history of the place dates back to 1957, when Bruce Ruth bought Severance Recreation and christened it Bruce’s Bar. Since then, it's seen quite a diverse clientele, including a colorful set of locals and bikers. Bruce’s helped put the town on the map, but after Ruth passed away, it closed for a while. It was fully remodeled and reopened by Bruce Carron and his family. Read more about Bruce's Bar >>

  • Buckin

    Buckin' Harley's

    1451 Cortez St. Denver, CO 80221
    303-487-0020

    http://www.buckinharleys.com After a long run as Brewski's and a few years as Hiccups' third outpost, Buckin' Harley's opened in 2009 as a biker-friendly country bar. The family-owned and -operated bar, which is off Highway 36 and Pecos, is just about halfway between the longstanding Grizzly Rose and the newer Electric Cowboy in Westminster. Clientele-wise, Buckin' Harley's leans more toward the Grizzly Rose set, but then again, the bikers who frequent the place give it a bit more of an edge -- though the vibe is friendly. The 6,000-square-foot venue has a spacious dance floor and a decent-sized stage where country bands play on weekends, and there's karaoke on Wednesdays and Sundays. A full kitchen serves a good selection of bar grub, from burgers and sandwiches to chicken-fried steak, fried chicken and Mexican dishes. Read more about Buckin' Harley's >>

  • BuckMoors

    BuckMoors

    119 La Bonte St. Dillon, CO 80435
    970-468-2006

    http://www.buckmoors.com Located in the heart of downtown Dillon, BuckMoors hails itself as the town's only sports bar. With multiple flat-screen and HD TVs -- as well as pool and foosball tables, dartboards and video games - adorning the place, sports may be the main attraction here, but BuckMoors also brings in bands and DJs on the weekends. It's a laid-back, unpretentious bar that serves reasonably priced drinks, and it's ideal after a day of skiing or kicking back on its patio during the spring and summer months. BuckMoors' menu includes items like pizza, calzones, sandwiches and wings. Read more about BuckMoors >>

  • Buckskin

    Buckskin's Saloon

    5607 N US Highway 85 Denver, CO 80135
    303-688-3720

    http://www.buckskinsbar.com One of the few country bars in Sedalia, Buckskin's opened in the summer of 2014. The live-music venue/bar/restaurant brings in live country acts on the weekends while also offering country-dancing lessons on Wednesday and Thursday nights. The menu includes appetizers such as cream-cheese poppers and mozzarella sticks, as well as sandwiches, burgers, tacos and bacon-jalapeño sausage. Read more about Buckskin's Saloon >>

  • The Buffalo Bar and Grill

    800 28th St. Boulder, CO 80303-2201
    303-443-3322

    With a history that dates back more than a century, the Buffalo Restaurant & Bar is one of the more popular spots in downtown Idaho Springs. With antique bars that were built in the 1860s and an awesome collection of antique signs, the Buffalo no doubt has a historic feel. The bar serves a decent selection of local brews from the likes of Odell’s, New Belgium and Tommyknocker, while the menu includes beef and buffalo burgers, pizzas and sandwiches, as well as Mexican dishes. Read more about The Buffalo Bar and Grill >>

  • The Buffalo Rose

    The Buffalo Rose

    1119 Washington Ave. Golden, CO 80401
    303-278-6800

    http://www.buffalorose.net Found in the middle of Downtown Golden, the Buffalo Rose offers more than just a few good drinks, it offers a great experience. The mid-sized venue has been transformed and continues to grow in popularity with an intimate setting, excellent sound, a huge dance floor with great local and national acts. The music varies diversely from blues, funk, hip-hop, rock, indie, country, reggae and much more. The bar offers drinks, plenty of seating, a full menu, karaoke, open mic and live music. During the summer months, the outside patio bar is filled with patrons, with live music seven days a week. Read more about The Buffalo Rose >>

  • Bull & Bush Pub & Brewery

    Bull & Bush Pub & Brewery

    4700 Cherry Creek Drive S. Denver, CO 80246
    303-759-0333

    http://www.bullandbush.com Founded in Glendale in 1971 by the Peterson brothers, the Bull & Bush has been a family affair ever since and is now run by a second generation of Petersons. Modeled on an old London pub -- with low ceilings, dark wood, brass rails and a fireplace -- this comfortable spot serves everything from English pub specialties to classic American fare. And for the past decade or so, it's also been one of the best craft breweries in town, turning out an ever-increasing lineup of award-winning beers. But the old-timers have always made the newbies feel welcome, whether it's at the long bar, on the patio or in the dining room. Read more about Bull & Bush Pub & Brewery >>

  • Bushwacker

    Bushwacker's Saloon

    1967 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210
    303-722-0280

    http://www.myspace.com/socialfuse The huge, lit-up mirror in this low-maintenance live-music/ karaoke hideout allows bands to preen from the stage before launching their aural assaults. And you can watch the show without being too far from your next beer in Bushwackers' sunken bar area, complete with comfy chairs. The bands that play this biker-friendly dive on the weekends run the gamut, from rock and metal to punk and blues. Karaoke nights on Thursdays are also worth checking out. Read more about Bushwacker's Saloon >>

  • The Bustop

    The Bustop

    4871 Broadway St. Boulder, CO 80304-0523
    303-440-3911

    When it comes to adult entertainment in Boulder, the choices are pretty limited. There’s the upscale Nitro Club, which opened in 2009 right off the Pearl Street Mall, smack dab in the middle of downtown. And then there’s the Bustop, which is on the outskirts and has been around for decades. The Bustop has definitely got a lived-in feel, but that’s part of its charm. For the most part, the girls here are friendly and not too assertive. Read more about The Bustop >>

  • Cactus Jack

    Cactus Jack's Saloon

    4651 Highway 73 Evergreen, CO 80439
    303-674-1564

    http://www.cactusjacksaloon.com This saloon is a popular spot for music, imbibing and patio-sitting - and while you're soaking up the sun or knocking one back, you're bound to get hungry. Fortunately, Cactus Jack's has a solid menu of bar food, with a Mexican plate or two for good measure. Taking center stage are the two-dozen-plus Widespread Burgers, each named after a different Widespread Panic song and featuring toppings that range from fried eggs to Hatch green chiles to regular ol' bacon and cheese slices. You can order the Widespread Burgers with half-pound patties of all-natural, seasoned Anderson beef, marinated all-natural chicken breast or even Boca burgers. And that's not the end of the feel-good food: The establishment uses wind power and green products wherever possible, and it's been recycling bottles, cans and paper since back when "green" only referred to a color. Read more about Cactus Jack's Saloon >>

  • Campus Lounge

    Campus Lounge

    701 S. University Blvd. Denver, CO 80209
    303-722-9696

    A Bonnie Brae staple for decades, the Campus Lounge epitomizes the friendly neighborhood saloon with its seasoned waitstaff, drink specials and an owner, Jim Whiste (a retired pro hockey player and DU Pioneer alum), who can often be found bellied up to the bar with his patrons on weekday afternoons. The kitchen is another draw, famous for a full menu of sloppy Mexican food and daily steak specials. The main room boasts huge booths perfect for lazy game-watching on a big-screen TV; and an adjoining space offers video games, pool, foosball tables - and a door that leads to the Campus Lounge's newest amenity, a low-key patio. Read more about Campus Lounge >>

  • Candlelight Tavern

    Candlelight Tavern

    383 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80209
    303-778-9530

    http://www.candlelighttavern.com Open for over seventy years on an unassuming block of South Pearl, the Candlelight Tavern is a neighborhood haven, the lone bar sitting peacefully next to residences and a milk-truck lot. But the Tavern's patrons are far from unassuming: A rambunctious crowd -- including everyone from working stiffs to college kids and sports fans -- can be found just behind the bar's door seven nights a week, enjoying darts, pool, foosball, an always-occupied shuffleboard table and a menu that includes burgers and fries. And the wood-paneled saloon's biggest attraction may the wall-mounted jukebox, which features plenty of sing-along-inducing songs. Read more about Candlelight Tavern >>

  • Carey-On Saloon

    6829 Space Village Dr. Colorado Springs, CO 80907
    719-591-0300

    http://www.careyonsaloon.com The Carey-On Saloon's website proclaims "Real people. Real country." That pretty much sums up this Colorado Springs venue, which has a large dance floor and hosts live country bands on Saturdays, while DJs spin everything from country classics to newer hits on Fridays. Free country dance lessons (line dance and two-step) are available on Tuesdays and Fridays. Read more about Carey-On Saloon >>

  • Caribou Club

    411 E. Hopkins Ave. Aspen, CO 81611
    970-925-2929

    http://caribouclub.com/

  • Carioca Cafe (Bar Bar)

    Carioca Cafe (Bar Bar)

    2060 Champa St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-993-2010

    It's fascinating to watch how the clientele at the Carioca Cafe, better known as Bar Bar, changes over the course of a day (and three happy hours) -- especially when this classic dive, one of the last left downtown, brings in live music. Get there a few hours before a gig and you'll find some of Denver's finest barflies, a few of which might have been there since the doors opened that morning. As the hour gets later, an assortment of hipsters, punks and rockers mixes in with those barflies, the music gets loud, and the next thing you know, you're in a veritable drinker's nirvana. Dive, he said. Read more about Carioca Cafe (Bar Bar) >>

  • Carroll's Corner Pub

    3620 S. Federal Blvd. Englewood, CO 80110
    303-789-9173

    This cozy spot at the corner of Federal and Hampden falls somewhere between a dive and an Irish pub. As one of the few bars in the area, the no-frills Carroll’s attracts a steady stream of regulars. It opens early for breakfast and serious drinkers, and also serves lunch and dinner. The drinks are reasonably priced, and it’s a decent spot to catch a game or sing at one of the bar’s occasional karaoke nights. Read more about Carroll's Corner Pub >>

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