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Casselman's Bar & Venue

Casselman's Bar & Venue

The last word of Casselman's Bar & Venue really tells you what you need to know: This is a venue, above all, and a huge one, located on a warehouse-y stretch of Walnut Street in the Ballpark neighborhood.
Goosetown Tavern

Goosetown Tavern

Located across the street from the Bluebird Theater, the Goosetown Tavern draws beer drinkers, pool players and music fans from the East Colfax corridor and beyond.
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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  • Illegal Pete

    Illegal Pete's

    1530 16th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-623-2169 Colorado is known for its homegrown big-burrito chains. Illegal Pete's isn't the largest, but it's big on flavor, with a wide-ranging menu that includes everything from the standard chicken- and carnitas-based burritos to versions with fish or potatoes as the main event. The ingredients are all carefully balanced before the burrito is wrapped, ensuring that you won't get any bites of just rice or only sour cream. The casual atmosphere might lure you into sticking around for one more beer; it's no surprise that each and every Illegal Pete's outpost is a favorite hangout for somebody. Who put the beat in your burrito? Illegal Pete's did. Which tables get moved to cram the DJs into this glass-fronted LoDo Chipotle-with-a-bar? Better yet, how do you dance without spilling your -- or your neighbor's -- salsa? Follow the smell of fat burritos or the sound of phatter tracks to find out. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • 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 this Denver bar or club >>

  • Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery

    Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery

    2000 Lawrence St. Denver, CO 80205
    720-689-2337 After crowd-sourcing funding for equipment and other needs, Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery opened in the Ballpark neighborhood in late 2013, in a building that once served as a horse stable for a local carriage company. And the place runs on plenty of horsepower from its high-octane beers, designed by brewmaster (and former Mountain Sun brewer) Wayne Burns. Located on the busy corner of 20th and Lawrence streets, Jagged Mountain has a decidedly downtown feel -- one that's highlighted and complemented by tall windows that wrap around the building, allowing passersby to get a good look at the ten-barrel brewhouse and fermentation tanks inside and the tap room's patrons to watch the foot and car traffic outside. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Jake

    Jake's Food & Spirits

    3800 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-295-3800 There's not really a Jake behind Jake's Food & Spirits. This neighborhood joint's name was actually inspired by the abstract notion of a guy, maybe a Jake, who everyone knows and likes. Open for lunch, dinner and late-night dining, Jake's comes alive at night; the place usually has some sort of entertainment happening most nights of the week, whether it be comedy, karaoke, trivia, live music or DJs. A mile and a half from Coors Field in the RiNo Arts District, Jake's feels like an oasis of cool that's far enough away from LoDo to feel disconnected from downtown. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Jazz@Jack


    500 16th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-433-1000 Since Jazz@Jack's is co-owned and operated by the cats in the contemporary jazz band Dotsero, they bring in like-minded bands, as well as funk, blues and R&B acts every night of the week. Folks who dig their jazz a bit on the light side, will most like feel right at home this spot on the third floor of the Denver Pavilions. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Jet Hotel & Lounge

    Jet Hotel & Lounge

    1612 Wazee St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-572-3300 During the day, it doubles as the lobby of the Jet Hotel in LoDo, but once it gets dark, the Jet Lounge transforms into a hip nightlife spot. On weekends, when DJs spin dance music, the stylish lounge fills up quickly, with lines out the door; there's much more of chilled-out vibe during the week. With its subdued lighting, cozy couches and VIP bottle service, the Jet Lounge attracts a younger, trendy crowd and occasional local and national celebrities. It's easily one of the best spots in LoDo to people-watch, and a talented staff of bartenders can whip up an assortment of signature cocktails. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Jonesy

    Jonesy's EatBar

    400 E. 20th Ave. Denver, CO 80205
    303-863-7473 What's the quickest way to win diners over? Serve them a gigantic bowl of perfectly cooked French fries drenched in a macaroni-and-cheese-based bechamel and detailed with chives and chunks of bacon, a dish that will instantly shoot straight to the top of anyone's guilty-favorites list. From there, Jonesy's menu goes off in some unusual directions, but the food is generally strong, the room very neighborhood-y and the vibe far cooler than any self-proclaimed "gastropub" has a right to display. Jonesy's also books private parties in the main dining area and more intimate gatherings in the wine cellar for up to sixteen people. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Katie Mullen

    Katie Mullen's

    1550 Court Place Denver, CO 80202
    303-573-0336 For years, Denver has been aching for a real, serious Irish pub. With Katie Mullen's, it didn't just get one, it got four - thanks to this huge space inside the Sheraton and clever architecture that allowed the endeavor to sprout four differently styled bars covering a good swath of Hibernian drinking history. It also opened with a custom tap system guaranteeing you the best possible pint of Guinness in the city, and a kitchen fitted out for serving three meals a day of honest-to-jaysus Irish cuisine - everything from fish and chips to bangers and mash to boxty, shepherd's pie and Jameson whiskey. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Keg Steakhouse and Bar

    The Keg Steakhouse and Bar

    1890 Wynkoop St. Denver, CO 80202

  • La Biblioteca

    La Biblioteca

    1610 Little Raven Street Denver, CO 80202

  • La Boheme Gentlemen

    La Boheme Gentlemen's Cabaret

    1443 Stout St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-820-3212 La Boheme has gone through a few changes over the years since it took over the original home of the Red Garter. Today it's a lovingly crafted gentlemen's cabaret, filled with exotic dancers and a steakhouse featuring extensive wine lists and a large collection of fine cigars. Service-industry nights and benefits line La Boheme's calendar throughout the year, and ample parking makes it easy to pop in for a quick bite or to simply watch the dancers at work. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • LaMark 15

    LaMark 15

    1324 15th St. Denver, CO 80202

    In 2009, Paul Piciocchi took over the space at 1320 15th Street and split it into three venues: The Drink, Mix Music Lounge and Rack & Rye Gastropub. While the Drink is essentially still the same, the other spots have gone through some changes: Piciocchi moved his Tryst Lounge into the Mix space in 2013, and the Rack & Rye spot is now the LaMark 15, a neighborhood lounge. Most of the LaMark's interior is redone in reclaimed wood, and Piciocchi has partnered with Kim.Cheese to serve twenty different kinds of gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches there. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Lannie

    Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret

    1601 Arapahoe St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-293-0075 A legendary singer in Denver for decades, Lannie Garrett knows how to keep folks entertained. And she brings the same enthusiasm she has for performing to her club, a riotously decorated space (thank Lonnie Hanzon for that) located in the basement of the D&F Clocktower. While Garrett performs regularly here, sometimes with a big band or the Gypsy Swing Revue, she also brings in a variety of other acts, everything from burlesque, comedy and magic to live R&B, blues, jazz and rock. Depending on the night's entertainment lineup, the dimly lit, intimate club can be an ideal spot for dates and anniversaries -- or a raucous bachelorette party. Generally, there are shows Wednesday through Saturday night. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Larimer Lounge

    Larimer Lounge

    2721 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-291-1007 The Larimer Lounge does one thing better than anyone else in the area: It brings the rock. Sure, the venue has brought in indie rock progenitors like Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore and Sebadoh, it’s also seen acts like Arcade Fire and Bat for Lashes who have since outgrown the venue. Aside from a variety of national acts who come through every month, Larimer Lounge brings in a number of local bands as well. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Las Palmas Wine Bar

    2207 Larimer Denver, CO 80205

  • Lavish


    1448 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-997-9383 Once the home of the original Purple Martini location in the late '90s and more recently Le Rouge, Lavish is an upscale lounge that caters primarily to a fairly hip and energetic younger crowd. As its name implies, it's an ultra-stylish spot with modern decor and specialities such as VIP booths, bottle service and an extensive selection of martinis and cocktails. DJs spin a few nights a week, and there's a small dance floor that can fill up fairly quickly later in the evening. While it's a hot spot for nightlife, Lavish is also a decent place for dinner, with a menu that includes appetizers, salads, grilled salmon, braised short ribs and grilled medallions of beef. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Lime An American Cantina

    Lime An American Cantina

    500 16th St. Denver, CO 80202

  • The Lobby American Grille

    The Lobby American Grille

    2191 Arapahoe St. Denver, CO 80205

  • Lodo

    Lodo's Bar & Grill

    1946 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-293-8555 Lodo's is renowned for its stunning rooftop bar, within throwing distance of Coors Field, and its cheap drinks. But it also deserves praise for its sizable menu, which offers something for everyone, including such off-the-beaten-path (or at least baby steps off the beaten path) selections like Kobe beef sliders, turkey served on a pretzel roll, and ahi tuna on wonton crisps. Want to really enjoy the Rockies? Watch the ballpark from prime patio seating here while you down a burger and beer, and thumb your nose at the hapless crowd surging toward you when the game lets out. The bar also has locations in Highlands Ranch and Westminster, helping to bring a bit of LoDo to the 'burbs. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Lucky Strike Lanes

    Lucky Strike Lanes

    500 16th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-629-9090 Located on the third floor of the Denver Pavilions, Lucky Strike is part bowling alley, part retro restaurant, part nighttime hangout. The spot is full-scale fun as '50s kitsch meets 21st-century technology. It's a hip venue that serves up respectable bar chow. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Maloney

    Maloney's Tavern

    1432 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-825-1990 Maloney's Tavern is part of a western chain that also has locations in California, Arizona and New Mexico; this LoDo link opened in 2007. Although it's a great sports bar, it's also a decent place to settle in for a long night of dining and dishing with friends. The slightly elevated dining room is full of comfortable, round booths that make conversation easy, and the inexpensive menu makes ordering easy. One side lists entrees; the other side is a full page of $5 items. A club sandwich that comes with a pound of French fries? Just $5. "The Schmitter," a sliced rib-eye sandwich smothered in provolone, grilled onions and Thousand Island dressing, again served with fries, is only $5. And for another $5, a basket of chicken wings will fly out of the kitchen and land on your table. Wash everything down with one of the many beers on tap or a selection from the lengthy list of spirits. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Mario

    Mario's Double Daughter's Salotto

    1632 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-623-3523 The tables and bar stools look like they've been dipped in candle wax, and there's a giant synthetic tree -- complete with flying birds -- that branches out in the middle of the room at Mario's Double Daughter's Salotto. Intimate, dark and mysterious, the Salotto is a sensory treat that could easily find its way into a Tim Burton or David Lynch movie. There's a pleasant happy hour, as well as progressive DJs most nights of the week (the volume is usually low enough for patrons to converse without yelling). This is one of the few spots in LoDo where you can walk through the doors and completely forget you’re in Denver. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Marquis Theater

    Marquis Theater

    2009 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-292-0805 The thought of sending naive teenagers into the heart of the Ballpark neighborhood can be daunting for parents. But thanks to Soda Jerk Presents' Mike Barsch and Ben Davis, such apprehension is unfounded when it comes to the Marquis Theater. Although all ages are welcome, the longtime promoters, who successfully put on all-ages shows at Tulagi and Rock Island for years before taking over here, clearly cater to the underage set. Barsch and Davis consistently put together stacked bills of emerging acts that appeal to the MySpace generation. Younger fans are ushered into a massive area in front of the stage that has clear sightlines and is completely separate from the space occupied by folks of legal drinking age -- and the shows end well before the witching hour. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Matchbox

    The Matchbox

    2625 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-722-9880 The Matchbox's name was inspired partly by a fire that gutted the space in 2009, and partly by the fact that it's long and narrow like a matchbox. Sudhir Kudva, who also owns the Squire Lounge, partnered up with two other folks and overhauled the former Orange Cat Studios, demolished the back of the building to make way for a large patio, put in new bathrooms and installed a garage door in the front. While the place has been updated considerably, it still retains some of the Orange Cat's charm, like the exposed brick on the south wall. With three live-music venues within a block, the Matchbox focuses more on being a neighborhood watering hole than on bringing in live entertainment. There are a number of local beers on tap and a decent selection of cocktails, as well. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Meadowlark


    2701 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-293-0251 Although it's a basement space, the Meadowlark features soft, tasteful lighting and a well-appointed interior that makes you forget you're belowground. The intimate spot is well suited to singer-songwriters and acoustic acts who thrive in small places, where they can better connect with the audience, and while it's a go-to spot for both indie-rock frontmen playing rare acoustic sets and louder groups, it’s also a great place to see up-and-coming acts during weekly open-mic nights and outstanding players during its weekly jazz jams. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

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