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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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  • Blue Canyon Bar & Grill

    Blue Canyon Bar & Grill

    1224 Washington Ave. Golden, CO 80401

    Located in the heart of downtown Golden and down the street from the Coors Brewery, the Blue Canyon is essentially two separate spaces: the main-floor Grill and the downstairs bar, dubbed the Underground. While you can take advantage of a decent selection of beers, burgers and sweet-potato tots or fries on both floors, the Underground is more geared toward imbibing. It feels a bit dark and industrial, with concrete walls and floors and metal chairs. There’s also a small patio, where you can keep an eye on downtown Golden’s main drag. Read more about Blue Canyon Bar & Grill >>

  • Cactus Jack

    Cactus Jack's Saloon

    4651 Highway 73 Evergreen, CO 80439
    303-674-1564 This saloon is a popular spot for music, imbibing and patio-sitting - and while you're soaking up the sun or knocking one back, you're bound to get hungry. Fortunately, Cactus Jack's has a solid menu of bar food, with a Mexican plate or two for good measure. Taking center stage are the two-dozen-plus Widespread Burgers, each named after a different Widespread Panic song and featuring toppings that range from fried eggs to Hatch green chiles to regular ol' bacon and cheese slices. You can order the Widespread Burgers with half-pound patties of all-natural, seasoned Anderson beef, marinated all-natural chicken breast or even Boca burgers. And that's not the end of the feel-good food: The establishment uses wind power and green products wherever possible, and it's been recycling bottles, cans and paper since back when "green" only referred to a color. Read more about Cactus Jack's Saloon >>

  • Cleopatra

    Cleopatra's Bar & Grill

    6045 W. Alameda Ave. Lakewood, CO 80226

    It used to be known Cleopatra's and Piano Lounge, but the name was a bit of a misnomer since there wasn't actually a piano in the joint, so the "piano lounge" part of the name was taken off. While it's easy to imagine the a bunch of folks huddled around a grand piano in this '70s-vibed dimly lit dive, which feels like something left over from the set of Boogie Nights, the only music you're probably going to hear in the place will be coming from a jukebox. But the place does serve some pretty damn cheap drinks and chances are you'll run into a colorful set of Lakewood's finest. Read more about Cleopatra's Bar & Grill >>

  • Cordial Lounge

    Cordial Lounge

    1521 Pierce St. Lakewood, CO 80214

    Originally opened in 1965 as Eddie's Cordial, the Cordial Lounge has had a long run as a neighborhood bar. Located behind Casa Bonita, the spot hosts live music on the weekends and karaoke and trivia during the week. There's a game room with pool tables, darts, pinball, bubble hockey and Skee-Ball, and the menu includes standard bar fare like tater tots and Philly cheesesteaks. Read more about Cordial Lounge >>

  • Golden Moon Speakeasy

    Golden Moon Speakeasy

    1111 Miner's Alley Golden, CO 80401

  • Guido

    Guido's Nickel

    9500 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80215
    303-238-0711 Since this funky neighborhood dive opens at 7 a.m. and has an early happy hour until 11 a.m. (and another one from 4 to 7 p.m.) every day of the week, Guido's Nickel attracts a fair amount of regulars who are serious about drinking. License plates from various states line one wall, while the black vinyl booths feel like they're at least three decades old. But part of the joint's charm is that it has a live-in, comfortable vibe with a fairly friendly set of folks who live in the area. While it’s a quaint spot to check out a game, Guido's Nickel also sports a pool table, an outdoor patio and a horseshoe pit. Read more about Guido's Nickel >>

  • Hart

    Hart's Corner Bar & Restaurant

    5201 W. Mississippi Ave. Lakewood, CO 80226

    You can trace the history of Hart's Corner Bar & Restaurant, 5201 West Mississippi Avenue, through the black-and-white photos hanging on one wall of the building. Hailed as the oldest business in Lakewood, it got its start as a root-beer stand during Prohibition, then became a small barbecue joint/gas station in the '30s, expanded in the '50s into a bigger restaurant, turned into a biker bar -- and then some folks gave it a go as nightclub with DJs. But when the Moutsos family took it over again in April 2011, they brought Hart's back to the way it was: a gathering place where families would come in with their kids and feel comfortable. A breakfast-lunch-and-dinner menu includes omelets, Greek and Mexican food, burgers, salads, sandwiches and steaks. Read more about Hart's Corner Bar & Restaurant >>

  • Hawg Back Saloon

    Hawg Back Saloon

    15800 W. Colfax Ave. Golden, CO 80401
    303-953-9079 As the name suggests, the Hawg Back Saloon in Golden caters to bikers. A popular stop on weekend rides, the Hawg Back is also a favored final stop for charity runs. But while you're bound to see your fair share of leather on any given day, the dive/sports bar attracts its share of local regulars, too. The place gets a bit rowdy on the weekends, but it's somewhat laid-back during the week. Chances are good you'll enjoy yourself any time you drop by. Read more about Hawg Back Saloon >>

  • In the Zone Sports Bar & Grill

    In the Zone Sports Bar & Grill

    15600 W. 44th Ave. Golden, CO 80403
    303-279-3888 Located in Golden, not too far from the Coors brewery, In the Zone is first and foremost a sports bar. With eighty flat-screen TVs spread around the huge place (it's home to a 120-foot bar), chances are that any game that’s on will be showing on one of the screens, whether it's professional or college football, hockey, basketball, baseball, or UFC and NASCAR. While sports may be king at In the Zone, the spot also offers live music, DJs, poker and beer pong tournaments. The menu offers standard bar food, including wings, burgers, sandwiches, salads and pizza. Read more about In the Zone Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • Ironworks Brewery & Pub

    Ironworks Brewery & Pub

    12354 W. Alameda Parkway Denver, CO 80228
    303-985-5818 The brewing machinery is prominently displayed in the window of Ironworks, where eight-ball tournaments are taken seriously and a lava-lamp tree sees all. Rock bands work the spartan, metallic pub on weekends; gamers turn up for darts, pool and good beer seven nights a week. The house brews can be purchased to go in 1/2 gallon Growlers. Read more about Ironworks Brewery & Pub >>

  • Lakewood Grill

    Lakewood Grill

    8100 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80215
    303-237-8051 The Lakewood Grill, a West Colfax fixture for more than half a century, is unpretentious. This sunny, cheery spot has the oldest liquor license Lakewood and serves up good, solid saloon fare to which the likely accompaniment is an ice-cold draft beer, anything from a Rolling Rock to Great Divide. Live bands play on Fridays and karaoke is on Saturdays. Read more about Lakewood Grill >>

  • Lucky Strike Lanes Belmar

    Lucky Strike Lanes Belmar

    415 S. Teller St. Lakewood, CO 80226

  • Morrison Holiday Bar

    Morrison Holiday Bar

    403 Bear Creek Ave. Morrison, CO 80465
    303-697-5658 Known by townies as "the local cure," the Holiday Bar is a relatively undiscovered treasure in downtown Morrison. Bikers know about it -- you'll often find them packing the bar on weekends to indulge in the cheap beer, strong drinks and live music the Holiday has to offer. The venue includes an expansive smoker-friendly patio with an outdoor area for when it's nice and a covered section for when it's not (and a popcorn machine with free popcorn for barflies). There are weekly Texas Hold 'Em and blackjack tournaments at the bar, and there's a doorway cut through to the adjacent Mill Street Deli, serving up enormous Angus and buffalo burgers as well as typical deep-fried bar fare; you can place an order at the deli and they'll deliver it right to you at the bar. There are large-screen televisions for watching the game, plus free Wi-Fi in case they're not showing your team of choice. Although it's sometimes overlooked, you can't miss the venue: It's also got the only legal light-up sign in this small foothills town, complete with a blinking arrow directing you in the door. Read more about Morrison Holiday Bar >>

  • Old Chicago

    Old Chicago

    145 Union Blvd. Lakewood, CO 80228
    303-988-5990 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 Old Chicago >>

  • Pifler


    11353 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80215
    303-232-0609 Pifler's was once part of the B.U.F.F. Brothers chain of sports bars, but the Little Pub Company took over the venue in April 2010 and cleaned up the neighborhood sports tavern, making it a bit more upscale. With a number of HD TVs scattered around the spot, there’s usually a good spot to catch a game, whether it be football, baseball, hockey, basketball or soccer. Since Pifler's is fairly spacious, there's generally room to spread out even when the place is packed. Even if you don't want to watch a game, there are pool tables, a shuffleboard table, and weekly beer pong and cornhole competitions. On the menu, there are burgers, sandwiches, Mexican food and a decent selection of appetizers. Read more about Pifler's >>

  • Quincy

    Quincy's Bar & Grill

    14011 W. Quincy Ave. Morrison, CO 80465

  • The Ranch Grill

    The Ranch Grill

    19423 N. Turkey Creek Road Morrison, CO 80465

  • Riley

    Riley's Inn

    1515 Garland St. Lakewood, CO 80215

    With its wood-paneled walls, pool tables, dartboard and shuffleboard, this Lakewood dive feels kind of like a '70s basement game room, minus the shag carpet. There's a good chance that anyone over, say, forty will feel an affinity for the place because of that decades-old vibe. The low-key spot, which serves decently priced drinks, attracts a friendly group of regulars who make pretty much anyone who walks into the place welcome. Read more about Riley's Inn >>

  • Rock Rest Lodge

    Rock Rest Lodge

    16005 Mount Vernon Road Golden, CO 80401
    303-216-2895 Rock Rest Lodge originally opened in 1907 but was taken over by new ownership in 1995. It is an absolutely massive club, with more than enough seating and activities for a large amount of people -- and the huge interior is complemented by a big outdoor patio, to boot. Inside, you'll find the walls adorned with traditional Colorado fare: taxidermy, motorcycles and memorabilia. There's also a collection of bar games, including pool, Galaga and darts for those inclined to play games at the club. The bar features live music on Sundays and Wednesdays, as well as DJs Thursday through Sunday, meaning folks in their twenties and thirties are bound to find something entertaining here. Read more about Rock Rest Lodge >>

  • Route 285 Sports Bar & Grill

    Route 285 Sports Bar & Grill

    11873 Springs Conifer, CO 80433

  • Sharks Saloon and Grill

    Sharks Saloon and Grill

    11475 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80215

    The sign at Sharks' Saloon & Grill promises “Food, Booze, Fun,” and that’s what you’ll get most nights at this Lakewood dive bar. While it may not be the cleanest joint in town, the ambience, or lack thereof, is part of its charm. Known for its cheap drinks and grub (breakfast, burgers and Mexican), Sharks attracts its share of blue-collar folks as well as bikers, and things can get a bit rowdy on the weekends. Read more about Sharks Saloon and Grill >>

  • Sloan

    Sloan's Bar & Grille

    5850 W. 25th Ave. Edgewater, CO 80214
    303-274-4244 One of Edgewater’s great neighborhood bars, Sloan’s Bar & Grill has attracted a steady stream of friendly locals since it opened in 2004. But with its reclaimed furniture, historic photos of Edgewater and warm, sepia-toned decor, the newish Sloan's feels like a modern take on an old-time saloon. The grill's offerings are a step above your average pub food and include a good selection of burgers, sandwiches and house specialties such as mussels, oysters, steak, and fish and chips. Read more about Sloan's Bar & Grille >>

  • Spot Bar & Grill Golden

    Spot Bar & Grill Golden

    111 N. Rubey Drive Golden, CO 80403

  • Stagecoach Sports Grill

    Stagecoach Sports Grill

    30790 Stagecoach Blvd. Evergreen, CO 80439
    303-674-4633 This longtime BBQ joint and raucous bar's recipes include succulent St. Louis-cut pork ribs and baby backs, all with a deep, smoky taste and a molasses-sweet, Kansas City-style sauce. The prime rib is smoked, too, for a unique taste. Read more about Stagecoach Sports Grill >>

  • Tavern on 26th Ave.

    Tavern on 26th Ave.

    10040 W. 26th Ave. Lakewood, CO 80215

    Known for its karaoke nights, the friendly regulars at this funky Lakewood dive are fairly supportive of anyone who wants to take a shot grabbing the microphone and belting (or at least trying) out a tune. With decently priced drinks, which can be quite strong at times, it's not going to bust your wallet getting up some liquid courage. Even if you don't want to take a stab at singing, this low-key neighborhood joint has a few pool tables and TVs to catch a game. Read more about Tavern on 26th Ave. >>

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