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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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  • @ Cheers

    @ Cheers

    11964 Washington St. Northglenn, CO 80233
    303-955-5660 After a long run as the Golden Cue and a brief stint as Chasers, the owner of JR's Silver Bullet in Thornton and England native Rob Kirk opened @ Cheers in March, 2011. While the place still hangs on to some of its charm when it was the Golden Cue (yes, there are still plenty of pool tables), this spacious bar in a Northglenn strip mall was remodeled and cleaned up when @ Cheers moved in. The live entertainment was also stepped up -- local rock and hard rock bands play on the weekends and the bar hosts karaoke on Thursdays. Read more about @ Cheers >>

  • Ari

    Ari's Tavern

    5686 Pecos St. Denver, CO 80221

    After more than two decades of working at the Brown Palace, in 2010 Michael Pacheco opened Ari’s Tavern on Pecos Street near 1-76. The cozy spot attracts its share of bikers and also fills up with colorful regulars who come for live music, DJs, comedy, trivia and karaoke throughout the week. A decent patio, a handful of TVs tuned to various sports games and a menu that includes burgers, Mexican food and appetizers round out the tavern's amenities. Read more about Ari's Tavern >>

  • Baker Street Pub & Grill (Westminster)

    Baker Street Pub & Grill (Westminster)

    2831 W. 120th Ave. Denver, CO 80234
    720-382-1026 The Baker Street Pub and Grill is a Texas-based, British-style pub chain with four locations in Colorado. The name should clue you in to the atmosphere of the place: Baker Street was where Sherlock Holmes kept his office, and the vibe is appropriately Old English, with dark, heavy wood prominent in the furnishings. Baker Street has a large selection of both draft and bottled beers; wine and mixed drinks are also available. Try one of the pub's Guinness beer cocktails, which range from the familiar Black and Tan (Guinness and Bass) to the unusual Black Tire (Guinness and Fat Tire). The large food menu includes soup, salads, sandwiches, fish and chips, burgers and other grill items. A generous happy hour runs every day of the week, and regularly changing drink specials are also on offer. Read more about Baker Street Pub & Grill (Westminster) >>

  • Brewski

    Brewski's Pub & Grill

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

  • Buckin

    Buckin' Harley's

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

  • Club Level Sports Bar

    Club Level Sports Bar

    1885 W. 120th Ave. Denver, CO 80234
    303-920-1550 Sometimes you just want to hunker down with a pint of domestic beer, the game on TV and enough food options to keep you satisfied. Club Level Sports Bar is that kind of place. Located in a strip mall off 120th Avenue, it's surrounded by banks and real-estate agents; in other words, there aren't a lot of frills here. You'll never find wall-to-wall crowds, even during football games -- but that's all part of Club Level's appeal: You can head there any time and be assured of a seat, a drink and a place to hang out for as long as you like. There's a sizable patio, too, for smokers and those who want to enjoy the weather when it's nice. Read more about Club Level Sports Bar >>

  • Creede Brewing Company

    7314 Washington Street Denver, CO 80229

    Creede Brewing Company is tucked away in a strip mall on North Washington Street near I-270, so it's a bit of destination spot - but it's worth the trip from wherever you are, because the folks behind this brewpub are passionate about the beer they make. Try a flight sampler to get a taste of what the place has to offer, which includes beer made with jalapeños, habaneros, pickles and pineapple. The infused vodkas and whiskeys are worth checking out, too. Read more about Creede Brewing Company >>

  • D's Midtown Tavern

    6762 Lowell Blvd. Denver, CO 80221
    720-982-7264 D's Midtown Tavern opened in 2013, in the space at 68th and Lowell long occupied by Rick's Tavern. While Rick's had a reputation as the city's premier spot for Tejano music, D's also brings in the occasional Tejano act, along with Latin, old-school, Tex-Mex and rock bands from Colorado and New Mexico. While the live entertainment is usually on the weekends, the space is also available for private parties. Read more about D's Midtown Tavern >>

  • Ease On In Lounge

    Ease On In Lounge

    4058 Fox St. Denver, CO 80216

    A destination spot on Fox Street, not too far from where I-25 meets Park Avenue West, the Ease On In Lounge is one of the few watering holes in this Denver neighborhood. The cozy bar's clientele comes to drink and eat burritos, tacos and burgers, but there's also live music, poker nights and a pool league on tap. Read more about Ease On In Lounge >>

  • The Extra Point Sports Bar

    4050 E. 100th Ave. Denver, CO 80229

  • The Glenn Bar & Grill

    The Glenn Bar & Grill

    11140 Irma Drive Northglenn, CO 80233-3613

    While the Glenn is basically a comfortable, low-key neighborhood watering hole, the place gets a little more energized (and louder) during live-music Saturdays and Sundays. The bar attracts decent-sized crowds for karaoke on Thursdays and Fridays, as well. A destination spot for some, the Glenn is the go-to bar for a number of regulars in the area. The menu includes nachos, wings, steaks, burgers, sandwiches and salads. Read more about The Glenn Bar & Grill >>

  • Grogans Pub

    2091 Coronado Parkway N. Denver, CO 80229-6011

  • Jackson's All American Sports Grill

    10001 Grant St. Thornton, CO 80229

  • JD

    JD's Neighborhood Bar

    2001 W. 48th Ave. Denver, CO 80221

    On the edge of a residential neighborhood and just a stone's throw from I-70, the bar known as JD's for the past few years has existed as a neighborhood drinking spot for the better part of three decades. The place is clean, bright and certainly friendly: Patrons are offered a free paper tray of popcorn upon entering -- once they've been properly ID'ed, of course. The bar also serves up nachos, hot dogs and pizza to go with its cocktails and domestic drafts. The wide-open, green-carpeted room hosts karaoke and Texas Hold 'Em tournaments throughout the week, while a live DJ brings the music and flashing lights on Fridays and Saturdays. A huge side patio, open year-round for smokers, is where regulars can be found when they aren't staking their claim at the bar top. Read more about JD's Neighborhood Bar >>

  • Joe Palooka

    Joe Palooka's

    3923 E. 120th Ave. Thornton, CO 80233

    A Thornton staple for over two decades, Joe Palooka's has all the trappings of a good neighborhood bar: cordial waitstaff, reasonably priced drafts, a clean spot to rest your elbows, and plenty of TVs for game-watching. The strip mall-situated hangout looks small from the outside but opens up once you're inside with plenty of seating. Whether you're at a high-top table with a pitcher or bellied up to the giant horseshoe bar with a pint, the bartenders are always friendly and attentive. Mostly a drinking and pool-playing spot, Palooka's keeps the bar food to a minimum, with daily happy hours serving up free popcorn and hot dogs straight from the rotary cooker. The tin roof-lined interior is dimly lit, and patrons looking to grab a smoke can do so on the bar's small front patio. Read more about Joe Palooka's >>

  • Jugg

    Jugg'z Saloon

    1712 W. 92nd Ave. Denver, CO 80260

    While this Federal Heights strip-mall spot has been a few sports bars and neighborhood hangouts over the years, a lot of changes were made when Jugg’z Saloon moved in. For one, it’s now a music venue, with local rock, hard rock and metal acts coming in every weekend. There's karaoke during the week, or you can try out a table or two in the new pool room. Another thing you can count on at Jugg'z is cheap drinks. Read more about Jugg'z Saloon >>

  • Ladies En Confidente

    5921 Broadway Denver, CO 80216-1026

  • Love Shack Pool & Pub

    7290 Pecos St. Denver, CO 80221-2762

  • New Welcome Inn

    New Welcome Inn

    3759 Chestnut Place Denver, CO 80216

    Despite its location in a mostly industrial area and its lockdown behind barred windows and a door, the Welcome Inn does right by its moniker with a jovial staff and a warm interior replete with wood-paneled walls, video games and a cigarette machine. The nearly sunless spot -- most of the lighting seems to come from the dozens of old-school beer signs -- is perfect for a brew on a cold day. The best times to, ahem, be Welcomed are during the bar's happy hours -- emphasis on the s: Monday through Friday, from 4 to 6 p.m. and from 7 to 10 a.m. That's right: The Welcome Inn has long been a haven for working folk with odd schedules, so if you're looking for some dawn drinking company, it's not a bad place to start. Read more about New Welcome Inn >>

  • Old Chicago

    Old Chicago

    3909 E. 120th Ave. Denver, CO 80233
    303-252-1113 In this day and age, Old Chicago locations are common enough across the country that many diners have forgotten this chain's humble beginnings: It got its start not in Chicago -- or anywhere else in Illinois, for that matter -- but in Boulder, in 1976. Old Chicago is part of the Rock Bottom line of restaurants, and beer features heavily on the menu; the bar has 110 kinds available at any given time. The pizza is another draw, served Chicago-style, original or thin crust, with signature toppings and build-your-own options. The rest of the menu is about what you'd expect from a pizza-heavy, beer-centric venue: burgers, pasta, calzones, starters and salads. But for dessert, you can't miss with the renowned Big Cookie. Read more about Old Chicago >>

  • Outpost Bar

    Outpost Bar

    6921 Lowell Blvd. Denver, CO 80221

    There's a sign above the Outpost Bar's cash register that reads, "Beer: The Reason I Get Up Every Afternoon," and there are probably quite a few regulars who subscribe to that motto. A workingman's dive through and through, the Outpost is as straight-shooting as its clientele. With firemen's helmets hanging over the bar, this Westminster watering hole attracts its share of working folks who come to drink, shoot the breeze or play a game of pool. Since it's been around for more than five decades, the place feels lived-in and comfortable, and, judging by the wood paneling and padding on the bar, you get the sense that not a lot has changed in the past thirty years or so. Read more about Outpost Bar >>

  • Park Centre Lounge

    Park Centre Lounge

    12011 N. Pecos St. Denver, CO 80234
    303-452-8057 Park Centre Lounge in Westminster -- which touts itself as "the Cheers of North Denver" -- is definitely a step back to a time when lounges were carpeted, wood-paneled and not dominated by plasma screens. There are TVs, yes, but the focus here is on the simple cocktails, big menu and well-worn dance floor. A dedicated DJ booth serves up nightly karaoke, and live bands stop in from time to time, plus there's a separate room for those desiring to play pool and shuffleboard. For more than 25 years, Park Centre Lounge has been serving up a daily steak special at lunch and offers wings, nachos, sliders, salads, burritos, fritters and burgers galore into the late-night hours, with the kitchen cooking until close. Read more about Park Centre Lounge >>

  • Player's Club

    6710 N. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80221
    303-426-6996 Located on north Federal, not too far from Highway 36, Player's Club is a fairly low-key and intimate strip club. But while the place is on the small side, it still offers a good variety of dancers, who rotate on several stages with three-song sets. Read more about Player's Club >>

  • Portulaca Cafe

    321 E. 45th Ave. Denver, CO 80216-3507

  • Primetime Sports Bar

    Primetime Sports Bar

    10280 Washington St. Denver, CO 80229

    With a number of flat-screens hanging around and a large projection screen in the middle of the proceedings, there aren't many spots in Primetime Sports Bar where you're not going to be able to see the game. While Primetime is obviously geared towards the sports fans (and has a fair amount of memorabilia hanging on its walls), the bar also occasionally brings in DJs and hosts the Denver Poker Tour. It's a low-key, no-frills neighborhood joint with plenty of space to spread out, including a cozy area with couches and tables. Read more about Primetime Sports Bar >>

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