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The Bar Car

The Bar Car

Given the building's rather nondescript front, the dark, rustic interior -- with its wisps of an old-timey railroad theme -- is a pleasant surprise.
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.
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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  • Rails & Ales

    7290 Pecos St. Denver, CO 80221-2762

  • Red Apple Restaurant & Lounge

    4590 Quebec St. Denver, CO 80216-3427

  • Red Fox Lounge

    SR 224 Denver, CO 80229

  • RiNo Yacht Club

    RiNo Yacht Club

    3350 Brighton Blvd. Denver, CO 80216
    720-443-1135 When the Caprock Farm Bar pulled out of the Source, diners and shoppers were eager to see what would take over the central bar space in the complex. Pop-up juice bars filled the void for a while, but the booze started pouring again when the RiNo Yacht Club opened for business in September 2014. The Yacht Club is primarily a bar centered around cocktail creations from co-owners Mary Wright and McLain Hedges, who also own the Proper Pour liquor store in the Source. The drink list has a global, almost seafaring theme, with concoctions like The Age of Exploration, which combines rum with housemade masala sangria syrup and dry curaçao, and The Lucrative Way of Life, made from Indonesian cane liquor Batavia Arrack, Thai falernum (a spiced syrup), lime, mango, egg white and curry. More than a dozen wines are available by the glass, plus another two dozen or so by the bottle, and beers include such craft standouts as Southern Tier Pumpkin, Elevation Brewing Fan Boy and the Bruery's Berlinerweiss. Read more about RiNo Yacht Club >>

  • Rocky Top Tavern

    Rocky Top Tavern

    4907 Lowell Blvd. Denver, CO 80221
    303-477-0265 The old Hill-Top Bar, just north of I-70 at 4907 Lowell Boulevard, was one of the tiniest dives in town -- but it had a big group of fans, and that small spot produced a lot of memories. In early 2014, the bar was resurrected as the Rocky Top Tavern. The hardwood floors of the building -- which has housed a bar for more than six decades -- were restored, a new bar was built, the bathrooms were remodeled, and a kitchen was added. Read more about Rocky Top Tavern >>

  • Roo Bar

    Roo Bar

    3480 Park Ave. W. Denver, CO 80216
    303-455-8700 For years, RooBar was a Cherry Creek institution. The basement spot off Fillmore Plaza could be hard as hell to find, but once you found it, chances were that you'd return. Soaring rents eventually forced it out, but a few years later, RooBar was resurrected off of Park Avenue West, right near I-25 and not too far from Coors Field. It's a bit of an odd place for a bar, but it works. While it's quite the change from the former location, Cherry Creek regulars will be happy to see some the same of the same decor and the return of the beloved weekly trivia night. There's also a full menu that includes nine kinds of wings. Read more about Roo Bar >>

  • Shooters Lounge & Restaurant

    Shooters Lounge & Restaurant

    inside Sonesta Lanes Denver, CO 80229

    You've seen The Big Lebowski. And even if you haven't, you've been to a bowling alley bar. Shooters is a bowling alley bar. More specifically, Shooters finds itself buried within the Sonesta Lanes in Thornton. It's much of what you'd expect: A window from Shooters looks out on the lanes for quick beer delivery to thirsty competitors, then curves into a longer, more traditional bar inside. What you might not expect at a bowling alley is such a cavernous space behind the stool service. The long joint boasts pool tables, karaoke on some nights and an atmosphere that might befit your boss's retirement party. The best thing to do is just saddle up and order White Russians all around. Read more about Shooters Lounge & Restaurant >>

  • Sidewinder


    4485 Logan St. Denver, CO 80216-3524
    303-295-1105 For decades, the Sidewinder was a storied Globeville dive, but in December 2012, a group of local musicians, including Fez Garcia (with some help from his folks) took over the spot and gave the bar a bit more hipster cred. Garcia says they’re trying to recapture the vibe of the now-defunct Gabor’s in Capitol Hill: laid-back, not pretentious, and just really cozy. As expected, the jukebox is filled with lots of local bands, as well as mix CDs brought in by patrons. Read more about Sidewinder >>

  • Silver Bullet Saloon

    Silver Bullet Saloon

    3734 E. 120th Ave. Denver, CO 80233

    As seems to be the case with many bars in Thornton, the Silver Bullet Saloon finds itself tucked away in a strip mall. But this joint is definitely one-of-a-kind, a contrast to several of the chains in the surrounding area. When you walk through the door here, you'll mostly likely be greeted with a country tune on the speakers and a bunch of regulars bellied up drinking Bud heavies. The locals come to get their fill during the weekday happy hour. Amid NASCAR memorabilia and pool tables (which are free to knock a few balls around on weeknights and Sunday evenings), the guys talk about their workdays and sports. Read more about Silver Bullet Saloon >>

  • Silver Fox Restaurant & Lounge

    Silver Fox Restaurant & Lounge

    4570 Glencoe St. Denver, CO 80216-6401

  • The Stockyard Saloon

    The Stockyard Saloon

    4710 National Western Drive Denver, CO 80216
    303-298-0525 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 The Stockyard Saloon >>

  • Streetlights On Broadway

    7575 Broadway Denver, CO 80221-3622

  • Teddy


    4849 Bannock St. Denver, CO 80216

    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 >>

  • Tequila Leclub

    5115 Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80221-1100

  • Thirsty Sports Pub

    1294 E. 104th Ave. Thornton, CO 80233-4304

  • Trailside Saloon

    Trailside Saloon

    10360 Colorado Blvd. Denver, CO 80229

    The Trailside Saloon is a folksy joint with country music playing on the speakers and locals sucking down domestic bottles at the bar and tables. The pool tables are usually busy and the bar really gets crankin' on Fridays, when the Trailside has live music. Everything from honky-tonk to classic rock comes off of the small corner stage, enlivening the crowd. (Don't get too rowdy, though: The Trailside has a bevy of security cameras to capture rabble-rousers.) A DJ and karaoke take over on Saturday, guaranteeing a rowdy weekend on the side of this here trail. Read more about Trailside Saloon >>

  • Ugly Dog Sports Cafe

    Ugly Dog Sports Cafe

    1345 Cortez St. Denver, CO 80221
    303-428-3600 Located down the street from Buckin’ Harley’s, just off Pecos Street and Highway 36, the Ugly Dog caters to sports fans as well as dog lovers. Yes, the gals working there wear tight, sleeveless referee shirts, and you can catch a game on one of its twenty LCD TVs -- but you can also bring your dogs down; once there, they can stretch out on the floor near you or in the dog park outside. The menu includes classic bar grub such as burgers, stuffed skins and wings. Read more about Ugly Dog Sports Cafe >>

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