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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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  • 503w

    503 W. Colorado Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80905

  • Back East Bar & Grill

    Back East Bar & Grill

    9475 Briar Village Point Colorado Springs, CO 80920
    719-264-6161 The Colorado Springs-based Back East Bar and Grill has roots in the East Coast dating back to 1980, when the Davis family opened its first pizza place in New York. After getting schooled in the ways of making pizza, Michael, the youngest of five boys, packed up, moved out here and opened the Back East in the Springs in 1997. While pizza is clearly the spot’s specialty, it also serves subs. There are a number of TVs for game-watching, and the bar brings in live music on the weekends. Read more about Back East Bar & Grill >>

  • Bear Creek Saloon

    Bear Creek Saloon

    475 Lewis St. Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
    970-264-5611 A mainstay in downtown Pagosa Springs, the Bear Creek Saloon & Grill is a laid-back neighborhood watering hole known for its gourmet burgers, and there are more than a dozen different kinds on the menu. While it's a decent spot to cavort with the regulars or watch a game or play a video game, the bar also hosts weekly pool tournaments and karaoke nights. The extensive beer list includes a fair amount of Colorado beers, from breweries like Ska Brewing and Breckenridge Brewing. And while the burgers rule, there are also a variety of sandwiches, salads, entrees and appetizers. Read more about Bear Creek Saloon >>

  • Benny

    Benny's Lounge

    517 W. Colorado Colorado Springs, CO 80905

    With a six-decade history, Benny’s Lounge is hailed as one of the more colorful dives in Colorado Springs. The place has a lived-in feel and character in spades, enhanced by the photos and memorabilia hanging on the walls. There's a friendly cast of regulars, but the spot attracts folks from all walks of life, who come to drink, play pool or darts, hang out on the patio, or check out local blues and rock acts that play on the tiny stage in the corner. The kitchen serves bar food, including fried chicken, wings and burgers. Read more about Benny's Lounge >>

  • Carey-On Saloon

    6829 Space Village Dr. Colorado Springs, CO 80907
    719-591-0300 The Carey-On Saloon's website proclaims "Real people. Real country." That pretty much sums up this Colorado Springs venue, which has a large dance floor and hosts live country bands on Saturdays, while DJs spin everything from country classics to newer hits on Fridays. Free country dance lessons (line dance and two-step) are available on Tuesdays and Fridays. Read more about Carey-On Saloon >>

  • Copperhead Road

    3330 N. Academy Colorado Springs, CO 80917
    719-659-9099 While Cowboys is one of the main spots in Colorado Springs for country music, Copperhead Road honky-tonk saloon, named after the Steve Earle song and album, also gets rowdy with its wild late-night parties ― especially on the weekends, when there’s live music or DJs, and ladies' night, on Thursdays. Country music is king here, but the place attracts a lot more than just cowboys and -girls. Read more about Copperhead Road >>

  • Crystola Roadhouse

    20918 Us Hwy 24 Woodland Park, CO 80863

    Located in Woodland Park, about twenty miles northwest of Colorado Springs, the Crystola Roadhouse is one of the few live-music spots in the area. Bikers, ranchers and passersby hit the spot ― and its dance floor ― for a good assortment of local and touring blues, roots and country acts. Definitely one of the livelier spots in Woodland Park, the Roadhouse is also a decent place to eat, with burgers, chiles rellenos, breakfast and more on the menu. Read more about Crystola Roadhouse >>

  • Jack Quinn Irish Ale House and Pub

    Jack Quinn Irish Ale House and Pub

    21 S. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
    719-385-0766 Located in the heart of downtown Colorado Springs, Jack Quinn’s Irish Alehouse and Pub offers a full menu of Irish fare and continental cuisine, including fish and chips, bangers and mash, Irish stew and shepherd’s pie. As accompaniment to the pub’s Irish-themed decor of wood paneling and stained glass, Jack Quinn’s hosts traditional Irish jam sessions on Sundays, and Brian Clancy sings Irish ballads and pub songs on Thursdays. A good assortment of rocks acts comes through on Fridays and Saturdays. Read more about Jack Quinn Irish Ale House and Pub >>

  • McCabe

    McCabe's Tavern

    520 S. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
    719-633-3300 A friendly Irish pub, McCabe’s Tavern boasts one of the largest selections of and imported beers tap in Colorado Springs, and it also serves 23 different whiskeys. The lively spot has some sort of event happening most nights of the week, whether it be live music, trivia or European football broadcasts. Its extensive Irish menu includes items like corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips, Guinness lamb stew, shepherd’s pie, and bangers and mash. Read more about McCabe's Tavern >>

  • O'Furry's

    900 E. Fillmore St. Colorado Springs, CO 80907

    With a name like O’Furry’s, this is clearly an Irish-themed pub, but it’s also a sports bar and grill. The friendly, no-frills blue-collar joint in downtown Colorado Springs has different drink specials most nights of the week and gets rather lively on the weekends. Noted for its wings, O’Furry’s also serves a dozen different burgers and a variety of salads and appetizers. Read more about O'Furry's >>

  • Piano Warehouse

    Piano Warehouse

    120 W. Cucharras St. Colorado Springs, CO 80920

    The Piano Warehouse, which is located in Colorado Springs's arts district, is the place to go if you need a piano rebuilt or restored (the Warehouse specialize in old-world shellacking and varnish finishes, plus ivory replacement and action regulation). You can also get help moving or tuning your piano, and if you don't even have a piano, well, the Piano Warehouse can help there, too: You can purchase vintage Steinway, Chickering, Knabe, Mason & Hamlin, Baldwin and other top brands refurbished, plus new pianos, keyboards and sound systems. And not just that: The Warehouse hosts semi-regular, all-ages shows whose cover donations go directly to the bands. While a lot of those shows are punk rock, the venue welcomes performances from a full range of underground musicians. And it's truly a piano warehouse, with the bands setting up on one side of the spacious room and the audience mingling amid the models. We can make beautiful music together. Read more about Piano Warehouse >>

  • The Red Room

    107 Manitou Ave. Manitou Springs, CO 80829

  • Savannah Bar & Grill

    2510 E. Bijou St. Colorado Springs, CO 80909

  • Smitty

    Smitty's Greenlight Tavern

    227 N. Santa Fe Pueblo, CO 81003

  • Southside Johnny

    Southside Johnny's

    528 S. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
    719-444-8487 Situated on the south side of downtown Colorado Springs, down the street from Colorado College, Southside Johnny's is one of the city's best live-music venues. While things can get pretty rowdy here when bands play, especially on the weekends, Johnny's is also just a good neighborhood watering hole. The menu includes burgers, sandwiches, and house specialties like BBQ ribs, fish and chips, enchiladas and burritos. Read more about Southside Johnny's >>

  • The Thirsty Parrot

    32 S. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
    719-884-1094 The Thirsty Parrot, which opened in 2005 in downtown Colorado Springs, is a decent-sized spot with two large bars that can hold up to 700 people on two levels, both of which feature live entertainment. “The Parrot,” as it’s known to locals, brings in DJs and live music on the weekends. With sixteen high-definition TVs and a twenty-foot HD projection screen, the bar is also a good place for game-watching. The menu includes a variety of appetizers, including its famous barbecue nachos, as well as burgers, brisket, steak and ribs. Read more about The Thirsty Parrot >>

  • Triple Nickel Tavern

    26 S. Wahsatch Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
    719-477-9555 Opened in late 2005 by JJ Grueter (bassist for Drag the River and the Nobodys) and his family, the Triple Nickel Tavern might just be Colorado Springs's answer to Denver's 3 Kings. It's a rock club through and through (well, with some punk and country thrown in) and brings in a steady stream of local and national acts like Supersuckers and Heartless Bastards. While music is king here -- the bar sports a great jukebox, too -- it's also a place for Red Sox fans to watch games (the Grueters are Boston natives). Pittsburgh Steelers fans gravitate here on game days as well. Read more about Triple Nickel Tavern >>