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Dazzle

Dazzle

In business for more than fifteen years, Dazzle has secured its spot as the premier place for jazz in Denver. DownBeat magazine listed it as one of the top 100 jazz clubs in the world ― and with good reason.
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.
The Walnut Room

The Walnut Room

While the Walnut Street location, which opened in 2005, is a great place for grub, it's also a 250-person music venue that brings in a steady stream of local and national acts and boasts one of the best-sounding rooms in the city.

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  • Tennyson

    Tennyson's Tap

    4335 W. 38th Ave. Denver, CO 80212
    303-455-4269

    http://www.tennysonstap.com Once home to a fairly run-down Baron's Restaurant and Lounge, the building at 4335 West 38th Avenue was taken over by new owners, remodeled and reopened as Tennyson's Tap in early 2011. A big improvement over its predecessor, Tennyson's is a bar and restaurant on the edge of the Berkeley neighborhood that serves a decent selection of Colorado spirits and brews. On First Fridays, the bar also doubles as an art gallery for local artists and is part of the Tennyson Street Art Walk. Inspired by the bygone days of traditional Western saloons, the decor includes a 25-foot-long black-walnut bar top as well as knotty alder woodwork. Tennyson's also sports a number of TVs, pinball and a jukebox. Read more about Tennyson's Tap >>

  • Three Dogs Tavern

    Three Dogs Tavern

    3390 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211
    720-854-1277

    http://www.threedogstavern.com As the name suggests, Three Dogs Tavern is a joint for folks who love their dogs, and the walls are lined with hundreds of framed photos of pets that people have brought in over the years. But you don't have to be a pet owner to have a doggone good time here. Neighbors pack the place on the weekend to watch games on its many flat-screens, but this is also a fine spot for a quiet drink, when it's easier to check out your historic surroundings. Originally a market back in the '30s, Three Dogs has a nostalgic charm, complete with pressed tin ceilings, and it still serves up foodstuffs -- now on a bar menu of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and burgers. Read more about Three Dogs Tavern >>

  • Vita Restaurant

    Vita Restaurant

    1575 Boulder St. Denver, CO 80211
    303-477-4600

    http://www.vitadenver.com Highland has become Denver's hottest restaurant neighborhood, and from the stunning rooftop of Vita, with its view of the Platte Valley and downtown beyond, you'll feel on top of the world. And definitely above the LoDo fray; this is just the spot for those who enjoy drinking outdoors without having to fight plastic-cup-carrying crowds. Read more about Vita Restaurant >>

  • Whiskey Bill's

    7290 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80214-5413
    303-232-6314

  • Williams & Graham

    Williams & Graham

    3160 Tejon St. Denver, CO 80211
    303-997-8886

    http://www.williamsandgraham.com Lower Highland is the hottest restaurant neighborhood in the city, and now it has what could be its coolest bar. To create Williams & Graham, bartender Sean Kenyon and Todd Colehour transformed a ramshackle flophouse into a stunning speakeasy, with a high tin ceiling that dates back to 1906 (they took it through a car wash to clean off decades of grime), cozy booths, and an actual bookstore entrance, where you can buy cocktail books, the works of famous drunken authors (think Hemingway) and bar tools. But 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 that can be paired with dishes off a small menu of four appetizers, four entrees and four desserts. "I don't want this to be a 1920s theme park; it's a 1920s-themed bar," says Kenyon. "We don't want it to be stuffy, and everything's fresh behind the bar. But you could come in for a Utica Club or a Genesee Cream Ale or sherry or spirits on the rocks or a cocktail. It's a real neighborhood bar." Read more about Williams & Graham >>

  • The Wreck Room Saloon

    The Wreck Room Saloon

    2695 W. 92nd Ave. Federal Heights, CO 80260
    303-412-0257

    http://www.wreckroomsaloon.com The Wreck Room opened in September 2012 in a Federal Heights building long occupied by Sidekicks Saloon. And where Sidekicks had a good-sized stage and brought in bands on the weekends, the Wreck Room is dedicated more to pool, sporting seven tables and hosting league play five nights a week and tournaments Fridays through Saturdays. The bar also holds weekly karaoke and poker nights. Read more about The Wreck Room Saloon >>

  • Zio Romolo

    Zio Romolo's Alley Bar

    2400 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211
    303-477-0395

    http://www.zioromolos.com Zio Romolo's Alley Bar isn't just a cutesy name; the establishment was once a working alleyway (the exposed brick walls might have tipped you off ). Adjacent to Pasquini's, it's a beautifully decorated neighborhood spot, decked out in art deco style, with antiques from the 1930s and '40s -- including a cash register and matchbook dispenser -- setting the scene. Don't mistake Zio Romolo's for a throwback, though; the bar's sound system is superb -- something to keep in mind if you're planning a quiet evening of drinks and conversation with a friend, as you might not be able to hear them over the music. But if you're looking for stiff drinks, friendly and attentive staff, pizza (served up hot from next door) and a rockin' night out on the town, Zio's is a great choice. Read more about Zio Romolo's Alley Bar >>

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