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  • D Note

    D Note

    7519 Grandview Ave. Arvada, CO 80002
    303-463-6683

    http://www.thednote.com The D Note celebrated its tenth anniversary and a change of ownership in 2012, but this live-music venue and full-service restaurant and bar in Olde Town Arvada is still a favorite local hangout and a tourist attraction for out-of-town visitors. Originally envisioned as a performance space/art gallery, it was expanded to include hot eats and became a hub for local musicians and music enthusiasts. The menu items have some famous names, like the Sinatra salad, the Zappa sandwich and the Penny Lane pasta, and since live-music patrons get hungry too, D Note’s signature pizzas are another edible tribute, with names like Me & Bobby McGee, The Pizza Formerly Known as Prince, and Particle Man. The Hall and Oats dessert plate would make a nice ending to any meal, accompanied by some fine tunes in the D Note's laid-back atmosphere. More >>

  • Dairy Center For the Arts

    Dairy Center For the Arts

    2590 Walnut St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-440-7826

    http://www.thedairy.org

  • 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. More >>

  • Dark Horse Bar & Grill

    Dark Horse Bar & Grill

    2922 Baseline Road Boulder, CO 80303
    303-442-8162

    http://www.darkhorsebar.com Locals and tourists alike have flocked to this Boulder institution - a huge yet divey space filled with kitschy items, antiques and movie props - since it first opened its doors in 1975. The burgers are the thing to order here, especially during the Dark Horse's legendary, long-running "Burger Madness" on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, when five bucks gets you a hamburger or cheeseburger plus fries, salad or pasta salad. If you feel adventurous, try the Jiffy Burger (peanut butter, bacon and provolone); if you're a little more cautious, go for the Avocado Burger (avocado, green chiles, sour cream and pepper Jack). There are other menu options, too, including the roast pork sandwich (pulled pork and BBQ sauce on a toasted roll) and Buffalo wings. Take note: The kitchen is self-serve, so you'll need to place your order at the service window. There are plenty of distractions, from karaoke to live music to watching the game on one of eleven HDTVs or on the projection TV in the back bar. And the wacky decor (including mens' and ladies' room signs designed to confuse the inattentive) is a sure conversation-starter. More >>

  • Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge

    Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge

    930 Lincoln St. Denver, CO 80203
    303-839-5100

    http://www.dazzlejazz.com In business for more than fifteen years, Dazzle has secured its spot as the premier place for jazz in Denver. But it's not just here that the club's been praised: DownBeat magazine listed it as one of the top 100 jazz clubs in the world ― and with good reason. The level of talent that's brought in week after week is unmatched in these parts. In the last year alone, Dazzle has hosted Joe Lovano, Esperanza Spalding, the Bad Plus, Vijay Iyer, Kurt Elling and the stellar trio of Ron Miles, Bill Frisell and Brian Blade. To top it all off, the lounge's walls are acoustically treated, so the sound is top-notch, and sight-wise, there's not a bad seat in the house. And Dazzle is more than just a jazz club; it's also a great local watering hole, renowned for the martinis offered at the comfortable bar. The late-afternoon and late-night happy hours feature a roster of dishes -- including a terrific bar burger, pizzas and salads -- that are enough to make a meal. But the main menu is also worthy of note, with its famous four-cheese macaroni and other favorites. More >>

  • The Deer Pile

    The Deer Pile

    206 E. 13th Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    303-831-6443

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Deer-Pile/351334178210395

  • Del Frisco

    Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse

    8100 E. Orchard Road Greenwood Village, CO 80111
    303-796-0100

    http://www.delfriscos.com Del Frisco's exists for one reason and one reason only: to bring huge whacks of 100 percent American corn-fed beef to diners with big appetites and bigger wallets. A swank joint tinged with candlelight and cigar smoke (amid an air of DTC deal-making), Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse is thick with fat-cat atmosphere. Abundant dark wood and killer martinis give off a definite men's-club vibe, as does a price tag that's not for the faint of wallet. Jazz musicians perform every night except Sunday. If you come, bring your gold card, wear your best suit, and be prepared to eat like a cannibal in a room full of sharks. More >>

  • Denver Coliseum

    Denver Coliseum

    4600 Humboldt St. Denver, CO 80216
    720-865-2475

    http://www.denvercoliseum.com

  • Denver Eclectic Concerts

    1705 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80210
    303-393-7116

    http://www.eclecticconcerts.com

  • The Denver Music Institute

    4195 S. Broadway Englewood, CO 80110
    303-788-0303

  • Denver Performing Arts Complex Sculpture Park

    Champa St & Speer Blvd. Denver, CO 80204

    http://www.artscomplex.com/Venues/SculpturePark/tabid/142/Default.aspx

  • Denver Turnverein

    Denver Turnverein

    1570 Clarkson St. Denver, CO 80218
    303-831-9717

    http://www.denverturnverein.org

  • Dick

    Dick's Sporting Goods Park

    6000 Victory Way Commerce City, CO 80022-4203
    303-727-3500

    http://www.dickssportinggoodspark.com Dick's Sporting Goods Park is the home field of the Colorado Rapids soccer team, built in Commerce City in 2006 and featuring 24 fully lit soccer fields surrounding the stadium itself. This makes the park an ideal venue for events other than soccer games; it was the home of the Mile High Music Festival during the fest's run, hosting such acts as Tool, Widespread Panic, Tom Petty and the Fray on stages set up around the complex. Phish has played a weekend blowout or two at the park, and Dick's also hosts kids' intermural competitions, Fourth of July celebrations – even some Major League Soccer championship bouts. With its immense capacity, state-of-the-art facilities and scheduling flexible enough to invite everything from major-league soccer to major-league musical talent, Dick's is a welcome addition to the sporting scene in this cowtown. More >>

  • Dickens Opera House

    Dickens Opera House

    300 Main St. Longmont, CO 80504
    303-834-9384

    http://www.dickensoperahouse.com The Dickens Opera House, in downtown Longmont, was built in 1881 by a relative of Charles Dickens and retains the feel of an old-time theater. The venue's high ceilings, red velvet walls and black stone bar, while stately, stand in contrast to the overall homey feeling of the place. The Dickens, which can hold around 300 people, brings in a lot of great local talent four to five nights a week, but national acts have played the venue, too, including Kip Winger, Ryan McGarvey, Tesla's Frank Hannon, and high-profile blues acts such as Big Bill Morganfield (the son of Muddy Waters), Kenny Neal and Hamilton Loomis. More >>

  • Dillon Amphitheatre

    Dillon Amphitheatre

    160 W. Lodgepole St. Dillon, CO 80435
    970-468-2403

    http://www.townofdillon.com

  • Dryer Plug Studios

    3050 E 43rd Ave. Denver, CO 80216
    (970)-396-8169

    http://www.dryerplugstudios.com

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