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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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  • Backcountry Brewery

    Backcountry Brewery

    720 Main St. Frisco, CO 80443
    970-668-2337 A brewery that has won medals at the Great American Beer Festival, Backcountry, which opened in 1996, increased the number of its tanks in 2012 and 2013 ― nearly doubling its production level ― and expanded into the six-pack market. While it’s a prime spot for beer in Frisco, the brewpub, which is made of log, stucco and stone, also offers great second-story views of the area, as well as a fireplace and sofas. The menu includes pizza, burgers, pasta, appetizers and platters. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Belly Up Aspen

    Belly Up Aspen

    450 S. Galena St. Aspen, CO 81611
    970-544-9800 Since opening in 2005, the Belly Up has become Aspen's premier spot for live music. With a steady stream of national and world-renowned acts that usually play for thousands of people, the intimate venue, with a capacity of 450, offers a rare chance to see bands like Jane's Addiction, the Flaming Lips, Wu-Tang Clan, B.B. King, Chris Isaak and others up close. In addition, the Belly Up's layout offers a good view of the stage from just about any seat in the house. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Bonfire Brewing Co.

    127 W. 2nd St. Eagle, CO 81631
    970-306-7113 Bonfire Brewing is known for its beer, so the tap room in downtown Eagle doesn’t serve food, though you can bring in your own grub. The wide selection of the brewery's specialties is reason enough to check out the place, but if you're looking for more, several TVs, a dart board and a shuffleboard table will keep you entertained, as will the occasional live-music show. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Bruce

    Bruce's Bar

    123 First St. Severance, CO 80546
    970-686-2320 Although Bruce’s Bar is a bit out of the way -- it's in Severance, about half an hour from Fort Collins -- lots of folks hit the spot for its burgers or World-Famous Rocky Mountain Oysters. The history of the place dates back to 1957, when Bruce Ruth bought Severance Recreation and christened it Bruce’s Bar. Since then, it's seen quite a diverse clientele, including a colorful set of locals and bikers. Bruce’s helped put the town on the map, but after Ruth passed away, it closed for a while. It was fully remodeled and reopened by Bruce Carron and his family. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Brush Creek Saloon

    241 Broadway Eagle, CO 81631

    While the Brush Creek Saloon in Eagle (just down the road from Vail) has gone through several incarnations over the years, it still attracts an affable set of regulars who come for the cheap drinks, burgers and build-your-own breakfast burritos. The dimly lit spot, which has a bit of a Western-saloon vibe, also offers live music on occasion and is a popular nightlife spot on the weekends. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • BuckMoors


    119 La Bonte St. Dillon, CO 80435
    970-468-2006 Located in the heart of downtown Dillon, BuckMoors hails itself as the town's only sports bar. With multiple flat-screen and HD TVs -- as well as pool and foosball tables, dartboards and video games - adorning the place, sports may be the main attraction here, but BuckMoors also brings in bands and DJs on the weekends. It's a laid-back, unpretentious bar that serves reasonably priced drinks, and it's ideal after a day of skiing or kicking back on its patio during the spring and summer months. BuckMoors' menu includes items like pizza, calzones, sandwiches and wings. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Cecilia

    Cecilia's Martini Bar

    520 S. Main St. Breckenridge, CO 80424
    970-453-2243 While there are live-music venues in downtown Breckenridge, Cecilia’s Martini Bar, which opened in 1995, pretty much has the local dance-club market covered. It's also one of the area’s only martini bars, serving a wide assortment of martinis as well as single-malt Scotch and cognac. DJs spin an eclectic mix of music most nights at Cecilia's, which is divided into three different areas, making it one of the more lively venues in Breckenridge, as well. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Crook's Palace

    200 Gregory St. Black Hawk, CO 80422

  • Crooked Creek Saloon

    401 Zerex St. Fraser, CO 80442

  • Dillon Dam Brewery

    Dillon Dam Brewery

    100 Little Dam St. Dillon, CO 80435
    970-262-7777 One of the larger brewpubs in the country, Dillon Dam Brewery serves handcrafted ales and lagers, and brews about 2,000 barrels a year. While the spot prides itself on award-winning beer (the brewery has won numerous awards), it also has a decent wine list, including organic options. During the winter and summer seasons, the Dillon Dam brings in live bands on a weekly basis. The American-style restaurant serves lunch and dinner, along with brunch on the weekends; the menu includes burgers, sandwiches, wraps, pasta and pub dinners. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Eldo

    215 Elk Ave. Crested Butte, CO 81224
    970-349-6125 Beer is main draw at the Eldo, Crested Butte’s only brewpub, but it’s also one of the area’s main places for live music, as the venue brings in both Colorado-based bands and national acts. The Eldo’s upstairs patio is an ideal drinking spot during the spring and summer, and its main room can get quite busy during ski season. The food menu includes a number of appetizers, including fried avocado wedges, nachos and tater tots, as well as burgers and sandwiches. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Garfinkel


    536 E. Lionshead Circle Vail, CO 81657
    970-476-3789 Garfinkel’s (or Garf’s, as it’s known around Vail) has been a prime bar and grill for locals and tourists since 1992. Located in Lionshead, at the bottom of the mountain, it’s a lively après-ski place as well as a great spot to watch skiers come down the hill. The massive deck, with its many picnic tables, is the perfect place to catch some rays or enjoy a meal: Garf's is one of the few places in the area that serves late, with a menu that includes homemade soups and chili, salads, burgers, sandwiches, ribs and steak. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Ghost Ranch

    56 7th St. Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
    970-879-9898 One of the main spots for live music in downtown Steamboat Springs, the Ghost Ranch Saloon brings in an assortment of local and national acts. Although the stage is a bit small and there’s not much of a dance floor, it can be one of the more lively venues in town, especially on the weekends. The Old West interior gives it a vintage feel, and the menu offers Western cuisine including spare ribs, steak, fried chicken, tri-tip, burgers, salads and appetizers. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Goat Soup and Whiskey Tavern

    22954 Route 6 Keystone, CO 80435
    970-513-9344 One of the few spots to host live music in Keystone, the Goat is a lively place, especially during ski season, when it brings in an assortment of local and national acts whose music runs the gamut from jam-centric and bluegrass to funk and rock. In contrast to some of the area's more uppity spots, the Goat has a laid-back vibe that attracts a more down-to -earth crowd; it can get fairly rowdy on the weekends, too. And as its name suggests, the Goat specializes in soup and whiskey. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Gold Pan Saloon

    The Gold Pan Saloon

    103 N. Main St. Breckenridge, CO 80424
    970-453-5499 Dating back to 1879, the Gold Pan Saloon is the oldest bar in Breckenridge and still retains a lot of its vintage charm. A favorite spot among locals, the laid-back, casual bar also attracts a number of visitors who come for its food, cocktails and entertainment, including live music on Thursdays and DJs on the weekends. “The Pan” serves breakfast all day and lunch seven days a week, with menu items such as huevos rancheros, breakfast burritos, burgers and sandwiches. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Grumpy's

    913 Grand Ave. Grand Lake, CO 80447

    While there aren't a lot of bars to choose from in downtown Grand Lake, Grumpy's Saloon might be the only one that hosts live music regularly and has a full arcade. Despite the moniker of the Old West saloon, which opened in 1970, Grumpy's can be quite lively at times and, well, kind of fun. When there isn't live music, there are pool tournaments, poker nights and dance nights with DJs, and the place also offers darts, foosball and cornhole. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Jake

    Jake's Dive Bar

    100 N. Main St. Breckenridge, CO 80424
    970-547-0110 A locals' favorite, Jake’s Dive Bar (elevation: 9,600 feet) claims to have the best pizza and subs in Breckenridge, but's it’s also a laid-back, friendly dive/sports bar with TVs, pool and foosball tables, and Big Game Hunter and trivia games. The bar serves beer and whiskey alongside its strong drinks, and there's karaoke on Wednesday nights. If you go, don't miss the dollar bills with drunken, Sharpie-scribbled ramblings on them taped up around the bar. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Lady Luck Casino Black Hawk

    340 Main St. Black Hawk, CO 80422

  • Lariat Saloon

    1121 Grand Ave. Grand Lake, CO 80447

    One of the more lively spots in downtown Grand Lake, the Lariat Saloon has an Old West feel, with buffalo and deer heads mounted on the wood-paneled walls and an assortment of other wild artifacts hung around the place. Not only does the Lariat's history date back nearly a century, but the place has been open every day of the year for decades, so it's definitely got a lived-in feel. With live music on the weekends and some colorful regulars, it's worthy of a stop if you're visiting Grand Lake. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Last Shot Bar and Restaurant

    17268 Highway 119 Black Hawk, CO 80422

  • The Lava Room

    The Lava Room

    321 Gregory St. Central City, CO 80427
    800-924-6646 The Lava Room, inside the Reserve Hotel and Casino in Central City, is a 300-capacity live-music venue that brings in national artists, including a number of classic-rock acts, and it’s just about the best spot to see live entertainment in the area. Once inside, you'll forget that you’re in a small mountain town: With its modern furnishings and state-of-the-art sound system ― not to mention a dance floor, sunken stage and three levels of seating ― the Lava Room feels much more like an urban club. Adding to that vibe are VIP sections and a heated outdoor smoking patio opposite the stage. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Lobar


    303 Elk Ave. Crested Butte, CO 81224
    970-349-0480 Lobar, which started out as Crested Butte's only nightclub in 2004, began serving sushi shortly thereafter. And while the subterranean venue is a great sushi bar and a fairly chill cocktail lounge during the week (Thursday is karaoke night), it's also a hot spot for live music on the weekends, with bands playing or DJs spinning on Fridays and Saturdays, and jazz on Sundays. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Mahogany Ridge Brewery & Grill

    435 Lincoln Ave. Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
    970-879-3773 The Mahogany Ridge Brewery & Grill which opened in 2003 in the former home of the Steamboat Springs Brewery & Tavern in downtown Steamboat Springs ― prides itself on its handcrafted beers, but the spot also has a menu whose offerings rise several notches above standard pub fare, including mahi, mahi fish tacos, tuna ceviche, a build-your-own satay platter and sandwich plates. The outdoor patio is ideal in the warmer months and the interior is cozy and classy. The Mahongany also has one of the better happy-hour menus in the area. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • Minturn Saloon

    Minturn Saloon

    146 N. Main St. Minturn, CO 81645
    970-827-5954 Hailed as the most historic restaurant in the Vail Valley, the Minturn Saloon has been open since 1976 ― but the building that houses it has gone through many incarnations in its century-old existence. Anyone looking to getting away from some of the upscale restaurants and bars of nearby Vail Village might appreciate the saloon's cozy, laid-back vibe. Some of the Minturn's specialties include Mexican dishes, barbecued chicken, ribs, steak and quail. The bar serves a wide variety of tequilas and margaritas alongside a selection of Colorado beers. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

  • The Motherloaded Tavern

    103 Main St. Breckenridge, CO 80424
    970-453-2572 The Motherloaded Tavern, located on Main Street in downtown Breckenridge, is a cozy, laid-back neighborhood place that serves down-home comfort food made from scratch (like steak loaf, honey-bourbon baby-back ribs, mac and cheese, and chicken and waffles) for lunch and dinner. Later in the evening, the tavern is a popular nightlife spot that hosts live music on the weekends and an open-mic night during the week. Motherloaded also serves a variety of specialty cocktails and shots, like the White Trash Russian, the Glass Slipper Martini and the Velvety Pumpkin. Read more about this Denver bar or club >>

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