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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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  • Delaney

    Delaney's Pub

    1801 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-308-1795 Attached to the Celtic Tavern, Delaney's Bar is a bit more relaxed than its neighbor next door. While elements of the Celtic Tavern might scream "Irish pub," Delaney's whispers it. Delaney's is the more spacious of the two, making it an easy fix if the Celtic is packed. Both places sport leather chairs and fireplaces, but you can sink into one of the chairs at Delaney's and light up, as Delaney's is one of the few cigar-friendly spots in LoDo and has a decent cigar selection. The place also sports a mini bowling alley, dart boards and live music on the weekends. Read more about Delaney's Pub >>

  • Denver Beer Co.

    Denver Beer Co.

    1695 Platte St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-433-2739 Like its name, Denver Beer Co. is simple and straightforward. The owners, Charlie Berger and Patrick Crawford, aren't trying to reinvent the wheel; they just want to make great beer. But you'll rarely find the same beer there twice, as Berger and Crawford are constantly coming up with new recipes for a wide variety of styles, all of which they make in their seven-barrel brewhouse. Also on the menu at the 3,400-square-foot spot, which includes an outdoor biergarten with long tables: big Bavarian-style pretzels with dipping sauces. Read more about Denver Beer Co. >>

  • The Denver Eagle

    The Denver Eagle

    1475 36th St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-291-0250 The Denver Eagle is a massive club inside an old warehouse space just north of LoDo. Opened in May 2006, the venue regularly hosts special events, including underwear parties, foam Fridays and Black-Eyed Balls; Broncos games and DJs, as well as drink deals, are prominently featured on the regular schedule. The handle on the front door gives a good clue to the gay leather-bar nature of the Eagle, whose atmosphere is best experienced on the large patio with ample stadium seating. Read more about The Denver Eagle >>

  • Diamond Cabaret & Steakhouse

    Diamond Cabaret & Steakhouse

    1222 Glenarm Place Denver, CO 80202
    303-571-4242 The Diamond Cabaret is the epitome of a gentlemen's club, with high-end drinks and dancers, and a staff that treats the 35 to 50-year-old crowd with respect. It hosts countless benefits throughout the year, as well as specialty nights of all shapes and sizes, bringing in DJs from across the U.S. to keep the party bumping. While the main floor is 21-and-up, there's a club for the 18+ crowd upstairs, and a VIP section in the rear for those who'd like a little privacy. Read more about Diamond Cabaret & Steakhouse >>

  • Downing Street Grill

    Downing Street Grill

    3090 Downing Street Denver, CO 80205

  • The Drink

    The Drink

    1320 15th St. Denver, CO 80202
    720-620-4376 Paul Piciocchi took over the space that once held Alto (and Sambuca before that) and turned it into three separate venues: Mix Music Lounge, Rack & Rye gastropub and the Drink, an upscale sports tavern and watering hole. While you can catch a game on the big screen, the real sport at the Drink is on weekend nights, when DJs are spinning and the place feels much more like a lounge. In addition to bottle service, the Drink has a decent selection of signature drinks, martinis and shots -- and a short menu of snacks, including wings, burgers and sandwiches, to soak up the alcohol. Read more about The Drink >>

  • Ede

    3090 Downing St. Denver, CO 80205

  • El Chapultepec

    El Chapultepec

    1962 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-295-9126 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. Though the 'Pec is most celebrated for its music, the food is well worth a visit. With American grub and traditional Mexican dishes that beg to be smothered in cheese and green chile, El Chapultepec is a classic choice for a weekday lunch or a burrito fix during a night on the town. Spicy, cheesy and inexpensive, the 'Pec's food does the trick on a rough morning after, too. The music leans to the traditional, and so do the tastes of purists who show up to listen in this dim, vintage gem. Read more about El Chapultepec >>

  • El Charrito

    El Charrito

    2100 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-523-1688 Established in 1962, El Charrito has long been one of downtown’s classic dives. It’s been closed a few times over the years, but new owners took over the spot in 2009 and now call it a “five-star dive bar.” It's got a new-world feel while still retaining some of its old-school charm. Open Wednesday through Sunday, El Charrito serves cheap drinks, and it's a lively spot for karaoke on the weekends ― one of the few places in the Ballpark neighborhood to get on the mic on Fridays and Saturdays. Read more about El Charrito >>

  • Fado Irish Pub

    Fado Irish Pub

    1735 19th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-297-0066 With a large patio and huge, wood-accented interior, Fadó feels as big as Dublin. The cheeky Irish pub was fashioned by carpenters from the Emerald Isle, and its music calendar is thoroughly green, with performances from acoustic and Celtic groups, and rock bands on the weekends. Lining the boulevard leading to Coors Field, Fadó is popular with the sports crowd and LoDo denizens looking for a little culture, however contrived. Go for the great Guinness pour and the chummy atmosphere of this funky Irish pub; the Disney-meets-Stonehenge setting, the Celtic music and the noisy, friendly ambience make for a fun night on the town. Read more about Fado Irish Pub >>

  • Falling Rock Tap House

    Falling Rock Tap House

    1919 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-293-8338 Falling Rock Tap House could be the best beer joint not just in Denver, but in the entire beer-drinking world. Every fall, folks in town for the Great American Beer Festival make a pilgrimage to this LoDo institution to partake of a few of the more than seventy beers on tap - all craft-brewed, "no contract brews or megaswill." And countless more varieties are available by the bottle, from the most obvious Colorado choices to the most obscure Austrian offerings. And Falling Rock also rocks a good menu that features better-than-average bar fare. The fries are cut and cooked fresh; the onion rings are crisp on the outside and juicy on the inside; the wings (which come tossed in hot, garlic or "wings from hell" sauces) are a perfect counterpart to whatever cold brew you're sipping. The kitchen also cooks up a handful of Mexican dishes and a hearty selection of sandwiches and burgers. And thanks to the late-night menu, you can keep munching until 1 a.m. on weekends. Read more about Falling Rock Tap House >>

  • Fluff* Bar

    Fluff* Bar

    1516 Wazee St. Denver, CO 80202
    720-295-3583 Fluff* owner Brit Chambers, a nationally renowned stylist from Los Angeles, used to make a lot of house calls: A client would invite some girlfriends over, and suddenly the appointment would turn into a party, with wine, cocktails, and Chambers doing the guests' hair, too. It was these events that inspired her to create a similar experience with Fluff* salon/bar, whose crystal-and-white-stone decor was designed to feel like the inside of a jewelry box. Fluff* offers services from top stylists, barbers, makeup artists and aestheticians, all in a lounge atmosphere that includes two bars and a drink menu concocted by mixologist Tyler Marshall. Read more about Fluff* Bar >>

  • The Front Porch

    The Front Porch

    1215 15th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-825-3516 The Front Porch has long been known for a simple plan to get folks in the place. Every month, the bar publishes a calendar with different names on each day of the month except Wednesdays, and if your name is on there, you drink free all night. While it gets a bit frat bro-ish at times, the club also attracts the stylish LoDo set. Read more about The Front Porch >>

  • Gaslamp


    1437 Market St. Denver, CO 80202

    Partly inspired by San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, Denver's Gaslamp bridges the gap between an upscale and casual. Greg Gallagher, who also owns the Front Porch a block east, made the Gaslamp feel high end, but the drink aren't. To take the edge off of its swankiness, it also sports a ping pong table near the front. Read more about Gaslamp >>

  • Giggling Grizzly

    Giggling Grizzly

    1320 20th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-297-8300 What's not to like about a big stuffed bear in sunglasses? That's the happy mascot that greets you when you enter the Giggling Grizzly. That, and the popcorn machine that serves up free snacks. This LoDo institution, within shouting distance of Coors Field (on game days, it's a bear to find a table), exudes a happy, unpretentious vibe, with distinct Canadian sympathies. Alcohol is the big draw here, but the Giggling Grizzly also serves up a worthy selection of pub grub - just the thing to balance out those obscenely good drink specials. And you can take a break from the boozing at the air hockey game and pool table that flank the bar. Read more about Giggling Grizzly >>

  • The Ginn Mill

    The Ginn Mill

    2041 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-295-0706 When the owners of the Ginn Mill opened the place in 2007, they set out to resurrect one of the town's famous "ginn mills" of the late 1800s. The bar, which happens to sit on one of Denver's oldest and most historic blocks, and its decor reflect a different time in America's history. Nostalgia lines the walls of the popular Ballpark neighborhood spot, further evoked by the half a Model T truck sitting above the bar (the other half is on the roof above the patio). While the Ginn Mill is fairly low-key during the week, business is usually booming on the weekends. Read more about The Ginn Mill >>

  • Great Divide Brewing Co.

    Great Divide Brewing Co.

    2201 Arapahoe St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-296-9460 With seventeen Great American Beer Festival awards and five World Beer Cup awards -- not to mention a number-seven ranking in Beer Advocate's 2009 All-Time Top Breweries on Planet Earth -- it's quite clear that Great Divide knows a few things about making great beer. And there's no better way to experience one of the brewery's many beers than getting it right from the source at the Great Divide tap room, which is open from 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday through Tuesday and from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. Every third Thursday, the Hop Disciples gather at the Tap Room to discuss all things beer-related, and on the last Tuesday of the month, the brewery hosts a monthly beer-and-cheese pairing. Read more about Great Divide Brewing Co. >>

  • Green Russell

    Green Russell

    1422 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-893-6505 When Green Russell's doors -- specifically, the swinging pie-shop door that fronts the place -- opened in November 2010, they revealed a beautiful space that Frank and Jacqueline Bonanno and award-winning bar manager Adam Hodak had created in this subterranean spot in Larimer Square. Exposed brick walls back intimate nooks and crannies filled with clusters of armchairs; plush red swivel bar chairs line up before the bar, and a greenhouse full of herbs destined for future cocktails casts a green light behind it. Throughout the space, there's an air of hushed, sultry secrecy -- even though Green Russell has never been much of a secret. Nor is it a secret that both the kitchen and the bar have been uneven. But when they're cooking, some of the Russell bartenders mix truly excellent cocktails, and legendary chef Sean Kelly is now helping out in the kitchen. Read more about Green Russell >>

  • Hard Rock Cafe

    Hard Rock Cafe

    500 16th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-623-3191 Located on the 16th Street Mall, the Hard Rock Cafe attracts downtown workers, music sentimentalists, and tourists who can't get enough of the London-based chain's trademark T-shirts. With a souvenir shop, full menu and omnipresent displays of rock-and-roll memorabilia -- some of it collected locally during the Fey Concerts days -- about the only thing you won't find at the Cafe is hard rock. Read more about Hard Rock Cafe >>

  • Harry

    Harry's Bar & Grill

    818 17th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-607-9000 Looking for a classy, somewhat hole-in-the-wall spot but still want to be within reach of the Denver nightlife? Harry's Bar may be just what you're looking for. Sitting in a prime location on the first floor of the luxurious Magnolia Hotel on 17th Street, Harry's offers an intimate seating area in which to relax and hold a conversation with a friend over a stiff drink or chat it up with an experienced bartender. Think you might have had one too many? Walk through the back door of the bar and get yourself a room at the Magnolia. These two make a great combination for starting or ending a night. Read more about Harry's Bar & Grill >>

  • Hayter

    Hayter's & Co.

    1920 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-297-8279 The 6,200-square-foot space that was formerly Lizard's Bar & Grill is now Hayter's & Co., a sports bar with a throwback feel that's definitely planning for a long future in Denver. Hanging on one wall are framed, enlarged baseball cards of players from the '70s and '80s, including Rollie Fingers, Pete Ladd and Bruce Sutter; on another is a huge black-and-white mural of a guy going back near the wall for a catch. But the real catch here are the drink deals, as well as the Beer Ball, Super Shot and Buck Hunter games. Score! Read more about Hayter's & Co. >>

  • High Street Bar & Grill

    High Street Bar & Grill

    3862 High St. Denver, CO 80205

    The hundred-year-old building at 3862 High Street, which was formerly a brothel and halfway house for transients, has hosted a number of venues over the years, from the High Street Speakeasy and Marco's Place to Jezebel's Juke Joint and the Gin & Sin Speakeasy. Now run by Frank Blea (who's owned the building for more than three decades) and some of his family members, it's a sports bar with a few TVs and a pool table. The bar, which sports plenty of old-school charm, is one of the few in the Cole neighborhood. If you're feeling really daring, head upstairs to the part of the building that some say is haunted. Read more about High Street Bar & Grill >>

  • The Horseshoe Lounge

    The Horseshoe Lounge

    414 E. 20th Ave. Denver, CO 80205
    303-832-1180 Outfitted with booths, couches, comfy chairs, a pool table, a dartboard and a big-screen TV, the Horseshoe Lounge feels like walking into someone's living room or basement rec room, which is a damn good thing if you're in for a long night of boozing. The place is so cozy that time just doesn't become an issue. But you can also catch a quick drink at the thirty-foot shotgun bar, whose surface is made up of about 23,000 dice coated in a thin layer of resin. The Horseshoe serves up a killer selection of brews and cocktails and also delivers pizza and a few varieties of tater tots, including pizza tots (covered with melted mozzarella and tomato sauce) and piggy tots (covered in melted cheddar and bacon). Read more about The Horseshoe Lounge >>

  • Icehouse Tavern

    Icehouse Tavern

    1801 Wynkoop St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-292-3775 The Icehouse Tavern occupies space in a building that started life as an actual icehouse -- and the result is one of the coolest sports bars in town, close to both the light-rail stop outside of Union Station and Coors Field. There's plenty of seating around the big, wrap-around bar as well as in comfortable booths and high-top tables -- but you won't want to sit still for long. If you're not already entertained by the TVs hanging all around the space, there are two pool tables off in separate rooms, and a huge patio where you can watch all the LoDo action, whether the game is just about to start or club-crawlers are calling it a night. Read more about Icehouse Tavern >>

  • Jackson

    Jackson's LoDo

    1520 20th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-298-7625 LoDo partiers looking to start a night strong will find their gateway to blackout at Jackson's, which features a $10 all-you-can-drink deal during its nighttime happy hour. Hordes of twenty-somethings and baseball-game-goers pack the bar and vast rooftop patio, putting down Coors Light, well vodka and Jim Beam with a vengeance while fist-pumping to the likes of Journey before heading out for more bar-hopping. It's conveniently located directly across the street from Coors Field, making it ground zero for Rockies pre-gaming and the perfect post-game place to celebrate - or commiserate - over a drink with friends. A small DJ booth is set up just inside the entryway and manned by a DJ playing everything from today's Top 40 hits to classic rock. With a spacious ground-level patio complete with an AstroTurf floor, the stadium atmosphere is unmistakable. Read more about Jackson's LoDo >>

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