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Denver Beer Co.

Denver Beer Co.

The owners of Denver Beer Co. aren't trying to reinvent the wheel; they just want to make great beer.
El Chapultepec

El Chapultepec

A downtown landmark since 1933, El Chapultepec is the swinging home to Denver's finest jazz and R&B artists, who command the stage in the tiny club seven nights a week.
Ogden Sports Bar

Ogden Sports Bar

Resting comfortably in the Wash Park neighborhood for over thirty years, Ogden Street South (or "OSS," as it's also known) is best recognized for its epic weekend karaoke extravaganzas.

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  • Sobo 151 Bar & Grill

    Sobo 151 Bar & Grill

    151 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209
    303-778-1560

    http://www.sobo151.net Sobo 151 is a Czech-owned Denver sports bar where you can catch an Avalanche game, watch football, play pool or Pac-Man, sing karaoke. But in this unlikely, friendly spot on Broadway, you can also enjoy such traditional Czech dishes as chicken paprika, mushrooms, schnitzel, potato pancakes and roast duck, as well as more standard bar fare of chili, hamburgers, wings, and French fries. And along with the usual lineup of bar beverages, you'll find Becherovka, Slivovice and other terrific Czech beers. Read more about Sobo 151 Bar & Grill >>

  • Spanky

    Spanky's Urban Roadhouse

    1800 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80210
    303-733-6886

    http://www.spankysroadhouse.com When Spanky's Roadhouse, a faux roadhouse complete with grime, first started flipping burgers in the University of Denver neighborhood, it was a fresh concept and a welcome addition to the area. Today it's part of a group that also owns Reiver's and the Dusty Boot restaurants, and everything it serves seems pretty standard and fairly tired: Colorado brews including Coors Light and Fat Tire, cheap wells and a standard bar menu. The place is dark, even in the daytime, but the shadows mask the bar-room grit that seems to be etched into every surface. Which is to say that it has a friendly, old-time neighborly feel and is often half-full of twenty-somethings putting their student schedule to good use. Spanky's also offers a Wisconsin-style fish fry every Friday and Saturday, and hosts Geeks Who Drink on Wednesdays. Read more about Spanky's Urban Roadhouse >>

  • Spot Bar & Grill

    Spot Bar & Grill

    98 S. Pennsylvania St. Denver, CO 80209
    303-733-1299

    http://www.spotbarandgrill.com The value of a bar's cleanliness is often overlooked until you walk into a place like the Spot, where the shining liquor bottles and dustless corners pleasantly stick out. The pub's arched and mirrored back bar make the tiny joint look larger than life, and its variety of high-end booze and handful of beers on tap offer something for every drinker. A TV or two hangs inconspicuously from the ceiling, and while this is definitely the place to catch a game, the atmosphere is relatively sports-neutral, welcoming sports fans and non-sports fans alike to come in and kick back. The patio is covered and heated, the staff is top-notch, and the menu aims high above typical bar food, promising the Spot's legacy will continue long past the decade and a half it has already been open. Read more about Spot Bar & Grill >>

  • Sputnik

    Sputnik

    3 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209
    720-570-4503

    http://www.sputnikdenver.com Located in the music-friendly Baker neighborhood, Sputnik is a place to get the party started before a show or to recap events after one. Located next door to the Hi-Dive, Sputnik is frequented by touring bands hoping to fill the hunger void with a PBR and a corn dog, and local rockers hoping to get their band on the bill or an application to work the door. If all the partying during the week has you feeling a little hazy, Sputnik has you covered with its daily hangover brunch (available 'til 3 p.m.), featuring breakfast burritos, egg tacos and the life-giving Hangover Scramble, served alongside deals on Bloody Marys and mimosas. Read more about Sputnik >>

  • Stadium Inn

    Stadium Inn

    1701 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80210
    303-733-4031

    http://www.stadiuminndenver.com The Stadium Inn has been a University of Denver hangout for decades, for students as well as regulars. Any way you look it, the folks who come to this cozy, vinyl-clad dive like to drink: Be it fact or folklore, the Stadium Inn claims to sell more Jim Beam per square foot than any other bar in the country. But it's also a good spot for catching a game or shooting some pool. Read more about Stadium Inn >>

  • Syntax Physic Opera

    Syntax Physic Opera

    554 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209
    720-456-7041

    http://www.physicopera.com After a five-year stint as a talent buyer at the Meadowlark, Jonathan Bitz started what would become a three-year hunt for his own place. In August 2013, he took over the building at 554 South Broadway that most recently housed the Bar (and the Atrium before that) and began transforming the space into Syntax Physic Opera, which opened close to a year later. "Physic Opera is sort of a Latin phrase that the insiders would call a medicine show," he says. "The idea is that it is a medicine show -- that everything is medicine, from the food to the drinks to the art to the music to the conversation, hopefully." The venue hosts live music most weekends as well as weekly jazz nights, a songwriters' open-mic night and a comedy open mic. Read more about Syntax Physic Opera >>

  • The Tavern Wash Park

    The Tavern Wash Park

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

    http://www.tavernhg.com/wash_park

  • 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 >>

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