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Candlelight Tavern

Candlelight Tavern

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.
The Matchbox

The Matchbox

With three live-music venues within a block, the Matchbox focuses more on being a neighborhood watering hole than on bringing in live entertainment.
Renegade Brewing

Renegade Brewing

The bar's nautical theme was inspired by the owner's numerous trips as a teenager to Cozumel, where he opened a dive shop after high school.

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  • Abbey Tavern

    Abbey Tavern

    5151 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220
    303-321-5151

    http://www.theabbeytaverndenver.com Call it the luck of the Irish: With the Abbey Tavern, Glen Eastwood has managed to create a pub that's better than the sum of its parts. The former general manager of a couple of Irish bars around town, Eastwood turned an old florist's shop on East Colfax into a true hangout for Park Hill, a neighborhood hungry for more restaurant options... ;An Irish pub, to me, is a form of inviting hospitality and warmth, very welcoming; says Eastwood. And the Abbey is welcoming indeed, with eager servers, an excellent weekday happy hour and an atmosphere that attracts families, young groups, older couples and singles alike. They all order from a menu that features a predictable roster of Irish standards and American bar fare, with some dishes -- like the Abbey rolls that fry up corned beef, sauerkraut and Swiss in an egg-roll wrapper; that are a combo of both. While most of the food is unlikely to win any awards, the place itself has very winning ways. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Aqua Lounge

    Aqua Lounge

    1417 Krameria St. Denver, CO 80220
    720-287-0584

    http://www.aqualoungedenver.com Talk about your 180s: The Mozart Lounge long held a place in the hearts of dive-bar diehards, serving cheap, early-morning beers to workers just off the job at nearby hospitals and late-night cocktails to the riff-raff and bikers who might grace those same med centers later in the evening. But now the space has been completely reinvented by the owners of the Barker Lounge as a slick, H2O-themed cocktail lounge, complete with sleek leather furniture, live entertainment, a VIP area and dim lighting. It might seem a little out of place on a block sandwiched between Colfax and one of the busiest King Soopers in the state, but Aqua Lounge is making it work. And even those Mozart regulars might be lured back by the four-hour happy hour Aqua offers each day, plus the karaoke on Thursdays and pianists on Fridays and Saturdays. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Bar Louie (Northfield)

    Bar Louie (Northfield)

    8332 E. 49th Ave. Denver, CO 80238
    303-457-5900

    http://www.barlouieamerica.com Long a staple in the Midwest, the Bar Louie chain has landed in Colorado. At the Shops at Northfield, Bar Louie is the perfect spot for a mid-shopping beer; it also makes a great holding pen for husbands waiting out a long run by their significant others. The menu features such bar standards as wings and burgers, but Bar Louie separates itself from other national behemoths by featuring an all-day brunch, a late-night kitchen and many deals throughout the week, especially on Sunday. With an indoor fire pit, flat screen tvs and the occasional live band, Bar Louie has something for everyone. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Casey

    Casey's Bistro and Pub

    7301 E. 29th St. Denver, CO 80238
    720-974-7350

    http://www.caseysbistroandpub.com Casey's Bistro and Pub, on Main Street in Stapleton, is an Irish pub brought to us by the people who gave us Darcy's in the Tech Center and McCabe's in Aurora. The quasi-Irish pub's exterior is all shiny stainless steel and glass windows, but inside, it has a much more authentic feel -- if you can avoid the glare of the setting sun. There's the requisite dark paneling and a tap row that could easily convince you that you're actually in Ireland. Guinness, Murphy's, Boddington's, Smithwick's and Kronenberg 1664 grace the lineup, and there's nary a glimpse of their lesser American brothers. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Cleatz Bar & Grill

    Cleatz Bar & Grill

    8336 East Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80239
    720-379-6644

    http://www.cleatz.com Cleatz had a long run at 39th and Pecos before relocating to better digs at Northfield Stapleton in 2013. The venue's name clearly states its intentions, and with 32 flat-screen TVs around the place, patrons can usually catch the action of just about any game that's being shown. The slightly upscale sports bar also has a few pool tables, as well as a menu with an emphasis on Southern comfort food, including chicken and waffles. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • College Inn

    College Inn

    4400 E. 8th Ave. Denver, CO 80220
    303-329-9532

    http://www.collegeinndenver.com While it's easy to dub this popular neighborhood spot, which has been around for decades, a sports bar, the College Inn attracts a lot of folks who are interested in more than just watching the game. With the many flat-screen TVs around the place, it certainly looks and feels like a sports bar, but it doesn't necessarily sound like one. You don't hear the play-by-plays, the whistles or the announcers' banter -- though someone concentrating really hard might catch them. After the Little Pub Company bought the bar from the B.U.F.F. Brothers in 2010, the place got a bit of a facelift, but without stripping away all of its charm. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Denver Improv

    Denver Improv

    8246 E. 49th Ave. Denver, CO 80238
    303-307-1777

    http://www.improv.com Nestled in the fictional-feeling Stapleton neighborhood, Improv Denver is the premier (and perhaps only) comedy club in the northeastern part of the city. The chain brings food together with standup, offering a full menu -- cleverly sectioned off with appetizers as "opening acts," entrees as "headliners" and so on -- of everything from sweet-potato fries and quesadillas to chicken salads and tortellini, served during shows by request. The Improv's front area is dominated by large windows and a bar with a handful of tables, plus a quaint fireplace in the corner. The club's calendar features both up-and-coming and established comedians, performing several day- and week-long stints. Venue hours vary, depending on events. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Elm

    The Elm

    5001 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220
    303-336-5763

    http://www.theelmdenver.com Anyone from Boston is likely to develop an instant affinity for the Elm. Red Sox fans rule supreme here, the bar also supports other Beantown teams such as the Celtics, Bruins and Patriots. Still, this Little Pub Company-owned spot is subtle with its memorabilia and keeps it simple, with black-and-white photos hanging on the walls and a few ball caps hanging over the bar. The building was once a drugstore and soda fountain, and the Elm still retains a bit of its history with retro fixtures and a classic wood bar. The menu runs the pub-food gamut, from wings and burgers to salads and wraps. If you're looking for Denver's answer to Cheers, the Elm might be your place -- or least a place to run into someone else from Boston. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • G 2nd Coffee & Hookah Bar

    7501 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220-1948
    303-388-1388

  • Hangar Bar

    Hangar Bar

    8001 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220
    303-320-6683

    http://www.hangardenver.com It's hard to miss the Beer Can Bomber hanging over the bar when you enter this East Colfax dive. The massive airplane sculpture was made from beer cans of yesteryear, like Blatz, Hamm's, Schmidt and a host of others you may have forgotten about if you've been around since World War II. The Hangar has been around for just about that long. Opened in 1938 -- the same year as the former Lowry Air Force Base nearby -- the Hangar specialized in stiff drinks for Air Force pilots and crew until 1994, when the base closed and became a housing development. Over the years, the bar's owners have changed, as has the clientele, but the neighborhood joint still serves those stiff drinks. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Horizon Lounge

    3298 Hudson St. Denver, CO 80207-2047
    303-322-9156

  • Improv Comedy Club and Dinner Theatre

    8246 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238-3118
    303-307-1777

    http://www.improv.com/ComedyClub/Denver

  • La Sandia

    La Sandia

    8340 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238
    303-373-9100

    http://www.richardsandoval.com International chef/entrepreneur Richard Sandoval’s first restaurant in Denver was the “modern Mexican” Tamayo, but he didn’t stop with that flagship spot in Larimer Square. He opened the very urban Zengo, then Al Lado, in the heart of the Platte Valley. But for more far-flung, suburban locations – in Park Meadows and Northfield/Stapleton – he had a different idea: La Sandía Cantina, a more casual concept he’s also introduced in Santa Monica and Virginia. This isn’t your average taco hut, though: In addition to expansive menus that include everything from authentic Mexican comfort foods to a “Latin Light” lineup, there are over 150 agave-based spirits in La Sandía’s Tequila Bar (a tequila sommelier is on hand to guide you through the list), and comfortable outdoor patios (Park Meadows comes with a mountain view) where you can linger over lunch or toast the end of a long workday. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Mad Wine Bar

    Mad Wine Bar

    1200 Acoma St. Ste. 101A Denver, CO 80220
    720-496-4158

    http://www.madgreens.com Located in the same space as Mad Greens and Novo Coffee Bar, Mad Wine Bar rounds out the other options with cheese plates and a range of wines by the glass or bottle. The wine and cheese change often, though a few of each have earned permanent status due to their popularity. The walls here serve as a gallery for local artists, whose work is sold by the bar and rotated monthly. The space features lots of green and purple, with booths, concrete pillars and steel dividers comprising the decor. The bar would be perfectly acceptable to your grandma or your art-school friend, and you'll find them both here. The proximity to the DAM makes Mad Wine Bar an ideal place to go pre- or post-museum visit, and it often hosts art-related events, including receptions for the DAM's Logan Lecture Series. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Milo

    Milo's Sports Tavern

    6495 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80220
    303-691-3391

    http://www.milossportstavern.com A steady stream of regulars come and go at Milo's Sports Tavern, where people are friendly and the server, who also acts as bartender and hostess, greets you by name. Milo's is a neighborhood sports joint with comfortable leather seats at the bar meant for sitting in for a while. Though not a very big space, the tavern makes great use of what's available. More than twenty flat-screen TVs line the top of the walls around the entire restaurant, with four more on the smoking patio, and there are more neon beer signs than beers on tap. The kitchen stays open until 1 a.m., so you can soak up the bargain booze with some mac-and-cheese or any number of other sports-bar food staples. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Ms C's

    7900 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220-2033
    303-322-4436

    http://www.csbar.com

  • The Office on Tap

    The Office on Tap

    7800 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220
    720-484-6571

    http://www.TheOfficeOnColfax.com

  • Pat

    Pat's Philly Steaks and Subs

    1624 Market St. Denver, CO 80220
    303-534-1333

    http://www.patscheesesteaks.com Once the home of Brendan's Pub blues club, Pat's Cheesesteaks now occupies this subterranean spot. In addition to serving up some of the best cheesesteaks in town, the spot also brings in DJs on the weekends and hosts beer pong and the Denver Poker Tour during the week. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Pisco Sour

    Pisco Sour

    8501 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220
    303-322-7777

    This Aurora restaurant is owned by Renato Castillo, whose aunt, Francesca Ruiz, owns and operates Los Cabos II. The family-influenced menu offers a mix of coastal seafood dishes, sopas and Peruvian specialties. More than half of the menu was culled from Los Cabos menu, while the remaining plates are all Castillo's mother's recipes. Not surprisingly, the restaurant's signature, namesake cocktail is a big draw. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • R&R Denver

    R&R Denver

    4958 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220
    303-320-9337

    http://www.rrdenver.com The rainbow blocks painted on the door and the Coors Pride light let patrons know from the get-go that R&R is a gay bar, but it's gay in both senses of the word. It's a cozy, clean space filled with friendly interruptions and lively conversations, and you don't need a specific sexual preference to be welcomed. R&R feels more like a cocktail party at someone's house than a bar -- that is, if that person lit their apartment with black lights and had a large white Formica bar. It's also a comfortable place where patrons' birthdays are posted each month on a whiteboard and people introduce themselves as friends while critiquing the bartender's pours with a laugh. R&R hosts a dart league for its two electric dartboards and sells dart-related supplies, and there's a large vending machine stocked with chips and cigs. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Ready Room

    Ready Room

    1141 Syracuse St. Denver, CO 80230
    303-377-2642

    In a small strip mall, next to a mini-mart, is the Ready Room, or "Bethlehem's Ready Room Lounge," as it is fully named. The bar is divided by a narrow horseshoe bar into a lounge side and a game side. On the lounge side is a mishmash of features and functions, including an 8'x8' dance floor complete with a disco ball, a small stage, a sound system and about twenty white-cloth-covered tables for "lounging." The Ready Room books live bands on occasion and hosts club nights (with a very specific dress code) on the weekends. On the game side are big-screen TVs, video poker and three pool tables under portraits of Martin Luther King Jr. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Salty Rita

    Salty Rita's

    200 Quebec St. #300-101 Denver, CO 80230
    303-344-4404

    http://www.saltyritas.com

  • Saturday's

    8315 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220-2153
    303-377-0207

  • Stapleton Tap House

    8286 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238

  • Sweet Life Nail Bar & Lounge

    Sweet Life Nail Bar & Lounge

    2373 Central Park Blvd. Denver, CO Denver, CO 80238-2300
    720-496-4565

    http://www.sweetlifenailbar.com If skinny British lady Rachel Ashwell, who brought Shabby Chic into the lives of upper-middle-class women nationwide, opened a salon, Sweet Life would be it. Dark mahogany-stained floors provide a foundation for light-blue chandeliers, oversized off-white linen chairs, pastel vintage doors and soft, sheer curtains in this Stapleton salon, where anything is possible as long as it involves beauty and booze. You can get a Cosmo with your manicure or an Irish creme-spiked coffee with your facial. You can also shop for jewelry and peruse local skin-care product lines. Sweet Life exclusively uses Zoya nail polish, which does not contain the harmful toxins commonly found in most brands, adding to the eco-conscious stance of the salon. It's the perfect place for bridal showers, sweet sixteens or baby showers -- though it's not just a women's club: Sweet Life offers pedicures for guys, too. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

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