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  • 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. More >>

  • Gateway Performing Arts Center

    1300 S. Sable Blvd. Aurora, CO 80012

  • Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater

    Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater

    503 S. Frontage Road E. Vail, CO 81657

  • Glob

    3551 Brighton Blvd. Denver, CO 80216

  • The Goat Soup and Whiskey Tavern

    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. More >>

  • The Goat Tavern

    22954 U.S. Highway 6 Dillon, CO 80435

  • God's Powerhouse

    5940 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220

  • Gold Hill Inn

    Gold Hill Inn

    401 Main St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-443-6461 A picturesque ten-mile drive from downtown Boulder, the Gold Hill Inn has a rich history dating back to the gold rush days -- and it recently survived the Fourmile Canyon fire, to boot. Dinner here is served in six courses: an appetizer; soup and salad; a main course chosen from pork, lamb, venison, rabbit, duck or fish; a dessert that could be sour cream apple pie or a chocolate torte; and finally, a fruit and cheese tray. It's a one-of-a-kind meal in a one-of-a-kind location. Make your own bit of history at the Gold Hill Inn. More >>

  • Gold Rush Palladium

    209 E. Bennett Cripple Creek, CO 80813

  • Gothic Theatre

    Gothic Theatre

    3263 S. Broadway Englewood, CO 80110
    303-788-0984 Opened during the Roaring Twenties, the Gothic Theatre had a long run as a movie house until Steve Schalk took it over in the late ’90s, saving it from the wrecking ball. Schalk remodeled and rebuilt the venue from the foundation to the roof, but left the theater's art-deco-style interior intact. Now it's a magnificent venue with old-world charm, great sound and a progressive booking policy. Beyond its aesthetic qualities -- and there are many -- the theater takes chances on lesser-known national acts, as well as providing a home for creative local projects that might not otherwise have a stage. In early 2013, AEG Live Rocky Mountains took over both the booking and operation of the venue. More >>

  • Grandpa's Music Box

    8242 Pecos St. Denver, CO 80221

  • GreenFields Pool & Sportsbar

    GreenFields Pool & Sportsbar

    3355 S. Yarrow St. Denver, CO 80227
    303-989-9820 While people come to this no-frills Lakewood sports bar for karaoke during the week and cover bands and poker tournaments on the weekends, the pool tables are the main attraction here. Folks who are serious about their billiards come to Greenfields for the sixteen Dynamo tables with Iwan Simonis cloth. The pool room is usually packed for the bar's weekly and monthly pool tournaments, and always on Wednesdays, when it's free pool all day. Smokers should appreciate the all-season patio, with its misters in the summer and heaters in the winter. The bar usually offers some kind of drink special throughout the week, and the menu includes standard bar fare like apps, sandwiches, burgers, Mexican food and pizza. More >>

  • Grizzly Rose

    Grizzly Rose

    5450 N. Valley Highway Denver, CO 80216
    303-295-1330 Country music will never die in Denver as long as the Grizzly Rose remains. Live music six nights a week, concerts by Nashville nationals, free dance lessons on Wednesdays and lots of space on the hardwood floor for honky tonkin' were among the attributes cited by the Country Music Association, which chose the Rose as one of the top clubs in the nation; regulars choose it because it's a local institution. More >>

  • Grusin Music Hall

    Grusin Music Hall

    302 UCB Boulder, CO 80309

  • Gypsy House Cafe

    Gypsy House Cafe

    1279 Marion St. Denver, CO 80218
    303-830-1112 Put this in your pipe and smoke it: If you like your coffee strong and the atmosphere in which you drink it just as pungent, head for Gypsy House Cafe. The specialty here is Turkish coffee, which is a leap for the Starbucks connoisseur, but it's well worth the plunge. The food is good, the wi-fi is free -- and they'll hook you up with just the right tobacco for your hookah. More >>