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  • 40 Thieves Hookah Lounge

    1524 N. Academy Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80909
    303-829-2000

    http://www.40thievesonline.com Although there are a number of smaller hookah lounges scattered around the state, there probably aren’t many like the original 40 Thieves, which opened in Colorado Springs in 2006. The chilled-out, 3,000-square-foot space boasts a supreme sound system for DJs and parties, but it also has pool tables and TVs. 40 Thieves sells a number of hookah-related products, including items from Al Fakher and Big Head. More >>

  • 40 Thieves Hookah Lounge

    5500 S. Simms St. Littleton, CO 80127
    720-388-5021

    http://www.40thievesonline.com Like the original 40 Thieves, which opened in Colorado Springs in 2006, the Littleton location is a 3,000-square-foot hookah lounge/dance club. The smoking establishment, one of the area’s biggest hookah lounges, sports a booming sound system, a dance floor, a VIP room, a number of HDTVs, pool tables, arcades, air hockey, an eight-foot waterfall and an island bar. DJs spin on the weekends, and the venue has theme nights and a free pool night during the week. More >>

  • Absinthe House

    Absinthe House

    1109 Walnut St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-443-8600

    http://www.boulderabsinthehouse.com After a thirteen-year run as the Foundry, new owners took over this spot in 2010 and turned it into a bar that looks like it dates back to that day almost a century ago when absinthe was banned, but with an updated feel. Since the owners also run the Green Fairy absinthe bar and two restaurants in Summit County, they already had a handle on the absinthe market, so it's not surprising that Absinthe House boasts the largest selection of absinthe of any bar in America. The front part of the space is a restaurant that serves lunch and dinner; the back is a 6,000-square-foot nightclub with DJs spinning European electronic music six nights of the week as well as theme nights throughout the week. More >>

  • Babe's Nightclub

    2265 W. 84th Ave. Denver, CO 80260
    303-426-7727

    http://www.babesnightclub.com A Colorado club mainstay, Babe's Nightclub (previously House of Babes) has been bringing the white- and blue-collar crowds together at its bar top for over two decades. The family-owned spot for day drinkers and game watchers turns into a full-fledged nightclub on the weekends, playing reggaeton, rap and Top 40 to a packed dance floor. The bar offers a standard decor of mirrors and promotional liquor signage, a smoker-friendly patio and plenty of room to dance or play pool. House of Babes remains a metro-area favorite, a no-cover outpost for drinking and dancing born long before LoDo was christened the glittery epicenter of local nightlife. More >>

  • Bar Standard

    Bar Standard

    1037 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-832-8628

    http://www.coclubs.com/bar-standard Once the home of Serengeti and Shelter, Bar Standard is an Art Deco-themed, modern-day speakeasy. While the name and look may have changed, the club, housed in the former Jonas Bros. Furs building, still brings in some of the area's best DJs -- who spin house and dance music -- as well as more high-profile national DJs. In addition, Bar Standard occasionally brings in live acts like the Cool Kids to perform on a decent-sized stage. The main area of the upscale club fills up quickly on the weekends, but there are two patios, both of which offer decent views of Denver's skyline, to escape the masses. More >>

  • The Beach

    1630 Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80204

    Since Angel's Sports Bar and Restaurant closed in 2009, the space at 1630 Federal -- just behind Sports Authority Field at Mile High -- has gone though several incarnations. After Atmosphere closed in 2013, Jay Bianchi's Dead-centric Donkey OT moved in, and the name soon changed to Dark Star Lounge. In 2014, the Beach took over, turning the place back into a dance club, with bottle service, salsa nights and club nights throughout the week. More >>

  • Beauty Bar

    Beauty Bar

    608 E. 13th Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    720-542-8024

    http://www.thebeautybar.com While Denver's Beauty Bar, which opened in 2011 in the former Snake Pit space, has plenty of vintage kitsch from its other locations around the country, it also sports state-of-the-art, German-made KS Audio systems in the front and main rooms, each of which has its own DJ booth. The place can get pretty crowded on Friday nights for the Brit-pop-themed Lipgloss, and also on Motown Thursdays, when it serves chicken and waffles. And in keeping with a tradition started at the original Beauty Bar in New York, the 3,200-square-foot Denver location offers a Martinis and Manicures happy hour from 5 to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, when $10 gets you a signature cocktail and a manicure from the in-house cosmetologist. More >>

  • Beta

    Beta

    1909 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-383-1909

    http://www.betanightclub.com It's not the state-of-the-art sound system, the primo location in LoDo or the crowds of beautiful people that make Beta Denver's best dance club (though none of that hurts). No, it's the high-caliber talent the place brings in week after week. Beta has hosted a cavalcade of talent that reads like a who's who of the world's top dance-music acts. More >>

  • Blue Ice

    Blue Ice

    22 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-777-3433

    While it may have started off trying to be a non-LoDo bar, it's probably the closest thing to a LoDo-vibed dance club on South Broadway -- only the drinks are cheaper, so it's clear why Blue Ice has the dance-club market cornered in the Baker District. Nearly every night at the lounge is different theme with a different crowd, whether it be salsa, tango, hip-hop or reggae. With its leather couches, the place can a relaxed spot to sip on martinis in the early evening, but come Friday and Saturday, the place fills up fast. More >>

  • Charlie

    Charlie's Denver

    900 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80218
    303-839-8890

    http://www.charliesdenver.com You don't have to wrangle cows or wrestle steers to feel at home at this cowboy-themed gay bar, which also has outposts in Phoenix, Las Vegas and Chicago. Charlie's offers a sit-down bar, a stage for its weekly (and very popular) drag shows, and a fenced-in outdoor patio that's the place to be when Colorado's famous sunshine is making an appearance. You'll also find two dance floors at Charlie's -- and if you don't know the first thing about line-dancing or two-stepping but think you might enjoy them, Charlie's offers lessons. And if you don't feel like line-dancing or two-stepping on a particular evening, there are always alternatives. There's something going on here every night of the week, whether it's karaoke, a half-off drink-specials night, or a night when your drink specials depend on your taking it half off: On Fridays and Saturdays, shirtless men get half off well drinks. More >>

  • Chloe Discoteque and Mezze Lounge

    Chloe Discoteque and Mezze Lounge

    1445 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    720-383-8447

    http://www.chloe-denver.com Named after a fictitious, jet-setting socialite whose favorite food, favorite design trends, favorite art and favorite music the club embodies, Chloe is a 6,600-square-foot space that's divided into Chloe's Mezze Lounge, Garden and Discotheque. The super-deluxe venue, which is part of Francois Safieddine's Lotus Concepts group of nightclubs, features exotic snakeskin wallpaper, an under-lit onyx bar, a twenty-food LED screen for custom visuals, plush couch-style seating, fireplaces and a whole lot more. There's an outside patio and courtyard component that is the first of its kind, with a high-top fire pit communal table, cabana-style U-shaped couch seating and a fountain. The Mezze cuisine concept executed by Chef Jose Guerrero includes Greek, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. More >>

  • City Hall

    City Hall

    1144 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-832-8628

    http://www.coclubs.com/city-hall City Hall is part of the SoCo (South of Colfax) nightlife district, which also controls Funky Buddha, Milk and Vinyl, among others. City Hall, though, operates as more of an events venue and less of a nightclub. Although the large, outdoor space hosts an occasional rave, it is far more likely to be the location for a special, eclectic event, anything from a politician's election party to a film screening where patrons can view their favorite movie under the stars. More >>

  • Club Kaliente (Inside Laguna

    Club Kaliente (Inside Laguna's)

    1543 Champa St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-623-5321

  • Club Q

    3430 N. Academy Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80917
    719-570-1429

    http://www.clubqonline.com One of the main gay bars in Colorado Springs, Club Q has been going strong since 2003 with weekly dance nights, drag shows and karaoke nights. Hidden behind a strip mall in the northeastern part of the city, the place may be a little hard to find at first, but your search will be rewarded: Club Q, which is also straight-friendly, is relatively laid-back and drama-free. More >>

  • Club Vinyl

    Club Vinyl

    1082 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-860-8469

    http://www.coclubs.com/club-vinyl Vinyl is a four-story behemoth of a dance club featuring different music on every floor (including house, EDM, Top 40/pop and live music). The venue's rooftop patio offers great views of Denver's skyline, along with year-round fire pits, hookahs and a seasonal grill. Elsewhere, the uber-swanky lounge welcomes those who just want to chill, and the main floor has a state-of-the-art Funktion-One sound system and LED light show, with internationally known acts in the house every Saturday. More >>

  • Cowboys

    25 N. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
    719-596-1212

    http://www.cowboyscs.com For nearly three decades, Cowboys has been one of the main spots for country music in Colorado Springs. And while that's a huge draw - after all, there's plenty of room to line-dance on the main level's massive dance floor - there are also pool tables and bars on the second floor, and a bowling alley, a small dance floor, a karaoke setup and smoking patios on the third. Line-dance lessons are included in the cover charge on Sundays, and you'll find appetizers, burgers and sandwiches on the menu. More >>

  • Da

    Da' Hook Up

    5190 Brighton Blvd. Denver, CO 80216
    303-295-2819

  • Diamond After Dark

    Diamond After Dark

    511 W. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80204
    303-571-4242

    http://www.vcgh.com Open in 2009, Diamond After Dark is an after-hours club for patrons of all types. While poles and stages line the interior, this is not a strip club, like its downstairs neighbors. Instead, it offers an abundance of areas where patrons can dance, as well as lounge. Open from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m., Thursday through Saturday, this is the place the party continues long after dark. More >>

  • Funky Buddha Lounge

    Funky Buddha Lounge

    776 Lincoln St. Denver, CO 80203
    303-832-5075

    http://www.coclubs.com/funky-buddha/ There's no official dress code at the Funky Buddha Lounge, but if there were, it would probably just be "sexy." A magnet for singles with disposable income and a taste for cosmo cocktails, the Buddha also includes the upstairs Ginger Bar, where live DJs perform for an open-air crowd six nights a week. More >>

  • Golden Pyramid

    10175 E. Hampden Ave. Denver, CO 80231

  • Herradura Bar & Grill

    6520 S. College Blvd. Fort Collins, CO 80525
    970-223-1100

  • Kasbah

    Kasbah

    15373 E. 6th Ave. Aurora, CO 80011
    303-367-0591

    http://www.thekasbahdenver.com The $3 cover charge at the Kasbah on a Sunday night gets you the chance to hear live covers of the best in '70s-era funk, old-school R&B and a bit of modern, groove-informed hip-hop. It's a selection that encapsulates the spirit of the place, with its dim lighting, plush couches and nostalgic atmosphere. The Sunday band performances are complemented by karaoke on Thursdays, a DJ spinning modern R&B and hip-hop on Saturdays and more live music on Fridays. Add the bar's specials, which include weekly deals on Hennessy and Svedka vodka, and you've got a relaxed atmosphere that's both modern and kitschy. The Kasbah has established itself as a diverse venue offering a full bar and a lunch buffet on the weekends. The weekly spoken-word event on Wednesdays rounds out its entertainment lineup. More >>

  • Kava Lounge

    1915 Broadway Boulder, CO 80304
    720-238-9892

  • Maxim Lounge

    Maxim Lounge

    2915 W. Mississippi Ave. Denver, CO 80219
    303-935-1364

    Federal and Mississippi may not seem like an obvious location for a hopping nightclub, but don't tell that to the club kids spilling out of the Maxim Lounge. With records being spun and bottles being popped on the regular, the Maxim has the appeal of a LoDo club without the attendant stench of desperation. Regular DJs and visiting artists from Asia attract a distinct clientele, fueled by Federal Boulevard-approved menu items such as fried quail, Cajun fries, and a seafood hot pot. More >>

  • MGM's Restaurant & Lounge

    4801 Morrison Road Denver, CO 80219-2236
    303-922-4265

    Essentially an intimate Southwest Denver lounge during the week, MGM's can fill up quickly on the weekends, when it's more of a dance club. Sundays are also a popular nights at MGM's, which has been open for three decades and attracts a predominantly Latino crowd. More >>

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