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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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  • Beaver Dam Bar & Grill

    7545 E Iliff Ave. Denver, CO 80231
    303-337-0028

    Situated in a strip mall near the northeast corner of Iliff Avenue and Quebec Street, the Beaver Dam Bar & Grill is a no-frills neighborhood joint that's heavy on the sports, as evidenced by the huge hi-def TVs scattered around the place. But there's plenty of alternate action during the week, as well, including poker, karaoke, trivia, football bingo, beer pong, pool and DJs spinning. And while the Beav slings cheap drinks, the food is reasonably priced, too, with a menu that includes appetizers, burgers, ribs and sandwiches Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Bull & Bush Pub & Brewery

    Bull & Bush Pub & Brewery

    4700 Cherry Creek Drive S. Denver, CO 80246
    303-759-0333

    http://www.bullandbush.com Founded in Glendale in 1971 by the Peterson brothers, the Bull & Bush has been a family affair ever since and is now run by a second generation of Petersons. Modeled on an old London pub -- with low ceilings, dark wood, brass rails and a fireplace -- this comfortable spot serves everything from English pub specialties to classic American fare. And for the past decade or so, it's also been one of the best craft breweries in town, turning out an ever-increasing lineup of award-winning beers. But the old-timers have always made the newbies feel welcome, whether it's at the long bar, on the patio or in the dining room. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Continental Room & Lounge

    Continental Room & Lounge

    6635 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80224
    303-759-5536

    After three decades as Teddy T’s, this spot was taken over by new owners in 2011, who changed the name to the Continental Room & Lounge. The space was completely remodeled inside: The bar was redone, new carpet was installed, and the room where the pool tables used to be was made into a lounge. The Continental – still a bit of a fern bar – no longer seems as dingy as it once was, and on the weekends, the room brings in some fine local talent, like the Delta Sonics and Hazel Miller. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Darcy

    Darcy's Bistro & Pub

    4955 S. Ulster St. Denver, CO 80237
    303-770-0477

    http://www.darcysbistroandpub.com Located in an upscale DTC strip mall, Darcy's Irish Pub and Bistro is a chic eatery/Irish-pub hybrid that caters to an after-work crowd. Three seating areas complement the social atmosphere: a dark wood bar (with the requisite Irish ales and whiskeys on tap), a dining area with tables and booths, and a cozy library in the back. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Dave & Buster

    Dave & Buster's

    2000 S. Colorado Blvd. Denver, CO 80222
    303-759-1515

    http://www.daveandbusters.com While Dave & Buster's has been at 2000 South Colorado Boulevard for fourteen years, the spot became the first of 56 locations nationwide to get a full-on facelift in November 2011, as part of the company's rebranding process. With this update, the original oak-and-brass accoutrements spread throughout the 65,000-square-foot venue have been phased out in favor of a much hipper, almost club-like vibe. There are still a ton of arcade games, but there's also a theater, and you can now catch games on massive screens in D&B's high-end sports area. For dining options, an updated menu includes stuffed cheesesteak rolls, Double-Breasted Black Jack Chicken, Teriyaki Shogun Steak, Crazy Tender Black Jack Ribs, a variety of burgers and more. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Devon's Pub

    4992 E. Hampden Ave. Denver, CO 80222
    303-756-5507

    http://www.devonspub.com In 2001, Devon's made the change from cigar shop to cigar shop and class-filled pub. The establishment shortened its humidor to make space for imbibing patrons but left plenty of good cigar choices for customers to enjoy. With a fine selection of stogies and tobacco experts on hand, even the junior puffer will find an enjoyable smoke. On average, Devon's hosts a once-a-month cigar-tasting event that has enthusiasts from everywhere flowing through the space. From the ample-sized outdoor patio to the handcrafted cherrywood bar and multiple pool tables for the billiard junkies, Devon's Pub is one for the aficionado in all of us. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Dirty Duck Bar

    The Dirty Duck Bar

    4780 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80222
    303-758-3667

    http://www.dirtyduckbar.com From the looks of this friendly neighborhood dive, it's hard to imagine the place having anything to do with Shakespeare. But the bar's name was actually inspired by a pub in Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare's old stomping ground. It's a far cry from a traditional pub - Denver's Dirty Duck is more of a low-key sports bar that serves cheap drinks and offers a number of weekly specials. With a slightly older crowd, the bar is a nice alternative to the DU bars further west on Evans Avenue. Although the menu is a bit on the short side, the spot does serve burgers, pizza and sandwiches. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Dr. Proctor

    Dr. Proctor's Lounge

    4201 E. Mississippi Ave. Glendale, CO 80246
    303-756-1665

    You wouldn't necessarily expect it, driving through the Glendale strip mall that houses shops like the Bookies, but Dr. Proctor's is a bit of an institution, having been around for over thirty years. A large space with tons of pool tables (free from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and a kitschy atmosphere, the lounge has been cranking out food and drinks behind its nondescript facade with impressive longevity. The kitchen specializes in comfort-food lunches and burgers and burritos for dinner. Happy hour runs from mid-day through early evening on weekdays, and there's karaoke later in the week. Most of the time, though, you can find locals knocking back brews and knocking billiard balls a round, keeping the good doctor in business. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Duke

    Duke's Back Street Sports Tavern

    1150 S. Galena St. Denver, CO 80247
    720-213-0393

    http://www.dukesbackstreet.com Duke's Back Street Sports Tavern is aptly named, hidden down a small street on the Denver-Aurora border. The joint is a local haven with a testosterone-heavy crew soaking in Buds, Broncos and Beatles. (About that last one: Much of the decor displays an out-of-its-element heavy predilection for the Liverpudlian lads.) Duke's is nearly windowless, so it's pretty dark inside, all the better to push that boys' club vibe, free of wives, girlfriends and the like. The gents line the bar, some downing one of Duke's roster of sandwiches or fried appetizers (the kitchen is closed Mondays but cranks out NFL-readying breakfasts on Sundays), others getting ready to take advantage of the tavern's available games -- including pool on one of its well-located tables. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Family Karaoke

    2760 S. Havana St. Aurora, CO 80231
    303-755-5658

  • Inga

    Inga's Alpine Lounge

    5151 Leetsdale Drive Denver, CO 80246
    303-333-4150

    Leigh Jones, owner of Inga's Alpine Lounge, says the spot is "our '60s and '70s version of a swinging kind of après-ski lounge, an over-the-top place where, if it were a lodge on a ski mountain, would have a fur-bikini-clad female villain or vixen of the moment on the slopes skiing away from James Bond." The bar, which formerly housed Pete's Patio Bar, is a kitschy mix of rustic simplicity and retro elegance. The curved, biscuit-hued booths were procured from the now-closed Morton's of Chicago in the Tech Center; the battle-scarred hardwood floors look as though they've been deliberately dented by the stomp of ski boots; tufted, swiveling, brass-studded bar stools are proper perches for both vixens and villains; a dated jukebox blasts tunes that span generations (think Tom Jones to Vampire Weekend); and an electric fireplace, the color of orange flames, harks back to the Dick Van Dyke Show era. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • McDonough

    McDonough's Irish Pub

    10395 E. Iliff Ave. Denver, CO 80247
    303-369-9819

    http://www.myspace.com/mcdonoughspub McDonough's Irish Pub is more of a well-worn dive than a typical Irish pub. But in keeping with a dive, McDonough's serves some of the cheapest drinks in this section of Aurora near the intersection of Parker Road and Iliff Avenue. One half of the bar has a pool table and dartboards, while the other half is where the heavy drinking goes down. It also has a decent-sized smoking patio. There's usually live music on the weekends and Texas Hold 'Em on Sundays and Wednesdays. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Mugsy

    Mugsy's Bar

    7950 E. Mississippi Ave. Denver, CO 80247
    303-755-4335

    The Naughty Prince had a nice run as "Denver's premier dart bar" at 7950 East Mississippi Avenue before it finally closed at the end of 2010. Mugsy’s moved in soon after, taking over a third of the former Naughty Prince space. While Mugsy's isn't a dart bar, the laid-back neighborhood watering hole, which has a decent-sized smoking patio, does have pool tables, and the kitchen serves up burgers and pizza. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Old Chicago

    Old Chicago

    6676 S. Parker Road Denver, CO 80231
    303-400-0876

    http://www.oldchicago.com/aurora-arapahoe-crossing In this day and age, Old Chicago locations are common enough across the country that many diners have forgotten this chain's humble beginnings: It got its start not in Chicago -- or anywhere else in Illinois, for that matter -- but in Boulder, in 1976. Old Chicago is part of the Rock Bottom line of restaurants, and beer features heavily on the menu; the bar has 110 kinds available at any given time. The pizza is another draw, served Chicago-style, original or thin crust, with signature toppings and build-your-own options. The rest of the menu is about what you'd expect from a pizza-heavy, beer-centric venue: burgers, pasta, calzones, starters and salads. But for dessert, you can't miss with the renowned Big Cookie. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Old Chicago

    Old Chicago

    1280 S. Colorado Blvd. Denver, CO 80222
    303-753-0824

    http://www.oldchicago.com In this day and age, Old Chicago locations are common enough across the country that many diners have forgotten this chain's humble beginnings: It got its start not in Chicago -- or anywhere else in Illinois, for that matter -- but in Boulder, in 1976. Old Chicago is part of the Rock Bottom line of restaurants, and beer features heavily on the menu; the bar has 110 kinds available at any given time. The pizza is another draw, served Chicago-style, original or thin crust, with signature toppings and build-your-own options. The rest of the menu is about what you'd expect from a pizza-heavy, beer-centric venue: burgers, pasta, calzones, starters and salads. But for dessert, you can't miss with the renowned Big Cookie. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Old Chicago

    Old Chicago

    7717 E. Hampden Ave. Denver, CO 80231
    303-695-5511

    http://www.oldchicago.com In this day and age, Old Chicago locations are common enough across the country that many diners have forgotten this chain's humble beginnings: It got its start not in Chicago -- or anywhere else in Illinois, for that matter -- but in Boulder, in 1976. Old Chicago is part of the Rock Bottom line of restaurants, and beer features heavily on the menu; the bar has 110 kinds available at any given time. The pizza is another draw, served Chicago-style, original or thin crust, with signature toppings and build-your-own options. The rest of the menu is about what you'd expect from a pizza-heavy, beer-centric venue: burgers, pasta, calzones, starters and salads. But for dessert, you can't miss with the renowned Big Cookie. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Over There Off Hampden Bar & Grill

    Over There Off Hampden Bar & Grill

    3425 S. Oleander Court Denver, CO 80224
    303-758-1077

  • The Penthouse Club

    The Penthouse Club

    4451 E. Virginia Ave. Denver, CO 80246
    303-322-1717

    http://www.vcgh.com/PenthouseDenverCO.aspx

  • Piper Inn

    Piper Inn

    2251 S. Parker Road Denver, CO 80231
    303-755-0771

    http://www.piperinn.com Behind a row of gleaming Harleys sits a bar that looks like it came straight out of the movies. It's also home of some of the best chicken wings in town, done Buffalo-style and served piping hot, crispy skinned and smothered in a buttery, spicy sauce. If the crowd looks cranky, get an order to go. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Proof Nite Club

    Proof Nite Club

    7800 E. Hampden Ave. Denver, CO 80231
    303-694-4898

    http://www.proofniteclub.com After a long run as Proof of the Pudding, this club did a brief 180-degree turn with SoHo-meets-Far East glitz as Ayja before going back to the Proof name. Billing itself as "Denver's only video dance club," Proof NiteClub, as it's now known, has a huge projection screen next to a decent-sized hardwood dance floor. The club is open Thursdays through Saturdays, with DJs spinning everything from Top 40 to tunes from the '70s, and live bands play twice a month. Catering mainly to an over-thirty set, Proof gets things started early with happy hours on Thursday and Friday that feature drink specials and food from the Fresh Fish Company next door. It's one of the few dance clubs near Tamarac Square and the Denver Tech Center. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • PT

    PT's All Nude

    3480 S. Galena Denver, CO 80231
    303-755-2575

    http://www.vcgh.com/site/clubs/brands/pts/

  • Retreat Grill & Sports Tavern

    2186 S. Colorado Blvd. Denver, CO 80222
    303-756-1869

    Tucked away in a nondescript strip mall near Colorado Boulevard and Evans, the Retreat is a neighborhood dive with an affinity for sports; it also serves as a home for Cleveland Browns fans. Opened in 1978, the Retreat retains a lot of its vintage character. The front room has bar seating while the back is the game room, outfitted with two pool tables, a shuffleboard table and three dartboards. The lunch and dinner menus include Mexican food, sandwiches, burgers and a variety of appetizers. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Sarm's Bar & Lounge

    6801 Leetsdale Dr. Denver, CO 80224
    303-322-6401

  • Shotgun Willie

    Shotgun Willie's

    490 S. Colorado Blvd. Denver, CO 80246
    303-388-9601

    http://www.shotgun-willies.com For three decades, Shotgun Willie's was housed in an unflashy little building next to the Glendale Target parking lot, entertaining the masses as only Shotgun Willie's can. But in 2013, the owners of the gentlemen's club decided to replace the droopy old digs with firmer ones. Set back from the street, the new building is bigger and fancier but still manages to look a little retro (sort of a '90s look rather than the '80s-style aesthetic of old). Shotgun's also acquired a new sign a while back -- an exaggerated version of its limp-shotgun logo. We hope those lights stay lit for a long time. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Teddy T

    Teddy T's

    6635 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80224
    303-759-5536

    A fixture on East Evans Avenue near Monaco for decades, Teddy T's doesn't apologize for being a dive. If anything, it embraces being a no-frills neighborhood spot. Sure, there's the windowless Vegas element, but the fact that it's dimly lit just adds to the place's gritty charm, as do some of the bar's regulars. The place fills up for weekly karaoke nights and live bands; in addition to serving fairly cheap drinks, Teddy T's has a full kitchen that serves everything from burgers and steaks to Greek and Mexican food. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

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