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  • PAC3

    520 S. Third St. Carbondale, CO 81623
    970-925-1663 The Performing Arts Center at Third Street, known better as PAC3, opened in downtown Carbondale in the summer of 2011. The 5,000-square-foot multi-use venue, which holds 365 people for seated events and 541 for unseated general-admission shows, brings in a steady stream of local and touring acts (including rock, bluegrass, folk and jam bands), but it’s also used for community events, nonprofit functions and festivals. More >>

  • Packard Hall

    5 W. Cache la Poudre St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • Pancho's Villa

    3428 Downing St. Denver, CO 80205

  • Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen

    Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen

    7520 E. Progress Place Englewood, CO 80111
    303-740-9449 This Texas-based chain draws inspiration from the vibrant French Quarter in New Orleans, and it attempts to channel that scene in both atmosphere and cuisine. Wooden slats and and brick walls provide the base for the bayou-themed decor in Pappadeaux's low-ceilinged, massive outpost in the Denver Tech Center. Groups flood the place for the seafood-based menu, which includes Louisiana specialties like shrimp creole, crawfish etouffee and gumbo, as well as plenty of fruity, alcoholic beverages. A Sunday brunch buffet invites a veritable orgy of eating, with diners able to sample not just the entrees, but breakfast fare such as pancakes, omelets and much, much more. More >>

  • Paramount Cafe

    Paramount Cafe

    519 16th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-893-2000 Paramount Cafe is a longtime institution on the 16th Street Mall, with a huge patio (with a modest smoking section) perfect for people-watching and an inside ambience that's equal parts trendy diner (lots of wood, brass and black-and-white tile) and sports bar (pool table, plenty of TV screens for big events). The menu is familiar American diner fare, with a slight international flavor in the grilled pupusas, Cubano sandwiches and Kobe beef burgers topped with lobster. But Paramount also gives a shout-out to Colorado with local elk and lamb burgers, and its deep-fried cheesecake burrito smothered with sliced strawberries is definitely unique. Happy-hour specials run all week, from 4 to 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. to close, and the full menu is served until 1 a.m. More >>

  • The Paramount Theatre

    The Paramount Theatre

    1621 Glenarm Place Denver, CO 80202

  • The Peak

    1530 California Street Denver, CO 80202

  • Pepsi Center

    Pepsi Center

    1000 Chopper Circle Denver, CO 80204
    303-405-1100 Before the Pepsi Center was built in 1999, the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche played their games in McNichols Arena (which has since been razed to complete a parking lot for the football stadium). It was more than time for a new venue; McNichols did the trick for nearly a quarter-century, but the facility desperately needed updating, and an update is exactly what the city got with the Pepsi Center. Besides the Nuggets and the Avs, it’s home to the Colorado Mammoth, Denver’s professional lacrosse team, and frequently hosts NCAA tournaments. On the other end of the entertainment spectrum, the Pepsi Center is the go-to venue for large-scale concerts (Roger Waters and Madonna have both played there, to name just a couple) in town. Located conveniently close to downtown Denver and the Auraria campus, the center also offers free facility tours on a regular basis. More >>

  • Performing Arts Complex at PCS

    1001 W. 84th Ave. Denver, CO 80260

  • Pete

    Pete's Greek Town Cafe

    2910 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206

  • Pikes Peak Center

    Pikes Peak Center

    190 S. Cascade Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • Planet Bluegrass Ranch

    Planet Bluegrass Ranch

    500 W. Main St. Lyons, CO 80540

  • Platte River Bar & Grill

    Platte River Bar & Grill

    5995 S. Santa Fe Drive Littleton, CO 80120
    303-798-9356 For more than two decades, the Platte River Bar & Grill has been a fixture among bikers and cyclists alike. The Platte’s massive outdoor seating area, which can accommodate more than 300 folks, has prime views of the Front Range and the Platte itself, which is a stone’s throw away. There’s live music on the patio every week during the warmer months, and occasional live entertainment inside during the rest of the year. The menu includes a wide variety of appetizers as well as wraps, burgers, Mexican favorites and salads. More >>

  • Pluggden

    4256 Elati St. Denver, CO 80216