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  • Larimer Lounge

    Larimer Lounge

    2721 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-291-1007

    http://www.larimerlounge.com The Larimer Lounge does one thing better than anyone else in the area: It brings the rock. Sure, the venue has brought in indie rock progenitors like Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore and Sebadoh, it’s also seen acts like Arcade Fire and Bat for Lashes who have since outgrown the venue. Aside from a variety of national acts who come through every month, Larimer Lounge brings in a number of local bands as well. More >>

  • Leela European Cafe

    Leela European Cafe

    820 15th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-534-2255

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Leela-European-Cafe/113461965353711 Leela European Cafe is as panoptic as the European continent itself, with lofty ceilings and a wall of windows facing the street. Open 24 hours a day and serving a full menu -- with free wi-fi, a large stage and a dance floor -- Leela wants to be everything to everyone. That’s why you’ll see one patron sipping espresso and studying for a trig midterm on a couch in the back while another talks loudly, sipping a glass of vino at the bar in the front. With both a diner and a lounge, Leela is a popular hangout for people of all ages -- but particularly the college-student crowds, who take advantage of the steady stream of caffeine and studying amenities, and high-school kids, who want to stay out all night and learn to assimilate into the adult culture. There’s always entertainment, from musician showcases to poetry slams. Needless to say, it’s also one of the best places in Denver to people-watch. More >>

  • LoDo Music Festival Grounds

    21st and Larimer streets Denver, CO 80202
    N/A

  • Marquis Theater

    Marquis Theater

    2009 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-292-0805

    http://www.themarquistheatre.com The thought of sending naive teenagers into the heart of the Ballpark neighborhood can be daunting for parents. But thanks to Soda Jerk Presents' Mike Barsch and Ben Davis, such apprehension is unfounded when it comes to the Marquis Theater. Although all ages are welcome, the longtime promoters, who successfully put on all-ages shows at Tulagi and Rock Island for years before taking over here, clearly cater to the underage set. Barsch and Davis consistently put together stacked bills of emerging acts that appeal to the MySpace generation. Younger fans are ushered into a massive area in front of the stage that has clear sightlines and is completely separate from the space occupied by folks of legal drinking age -- and the shows end well before the witching hour. More >>

  • Meadowlark

    Meadowlark

    2701 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-293-0251

    http://www.meadowlarkbar.com Although it's a basement space, the Meadowlark features soft, tasteful lighting and a well-appointed interior that makes you forget you're belowground. The intimate spot is well suited to singer-songwriters and acoustic acts who thrive in small places, where they can better connect with the audience, and while it's a go-to spot for both indie-rock frontmen playing rare acoustic sets and louder groups, it’s also a great place to see up-and-coming acts during weekly open-mic nights and outstanding players during its weekly jazz jams. More >>

  • Mercury Cafe

    Mercury Cafe

    2199 California St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-294-9281

    http://www.mercurycafe.com For thirty years now, Marilyn Megenity has hosted the town's most eclectic party at the Mercury Cafe, her club/cafe/community gathering place. Today it's an institution known as much for its enlightening entertainment options - plays, poetry slams, tango dancing - as it is for its healthy hippie fare. Whether vegan or carnivore, libertarian or commie, everyone feels at home at the Merc. A restaurant, dance club, music venue and speakeasy, the Mercury Cafe is in an orbit of its own, hosting everything from lindy hop lessons to poetry readings, high teas and Green Party meetings. Rock-and-roll shows were axed years ago, but classical, jazz, avant-garde and singer-songwriter performances still go on in the Merc's three baroque rooms. Every cultural subset can find something at the Merc, the embodiment of Denver eclecticism. More >>

  • The Monkey Barrel

    The Monkey Barrel

    1611 Platte St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-433-4646

    http://www.monkeybarrelbar.com A few years after opening Rock-a-Billies in Arvada, owner Jimmy Nigg took over the former Salvagetti Bicycle Workshop space at 1611 Platte Street and transformed it into the Monkey Barrel and opened it in the fall of 2013. The spot, which boasts a mural of former Sex Pistol Sid Vicious on the back wall, brings in punk-, alternative- and modern-rock acts a few nights a week. The bar, which serves a number of local craft beers, seats forty, and there are three booths with their own TVs. More >>

  • The Moon Room at Summit Music Hall

    The Moon Room at Summit Music Hall

    1902 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-487-0111

    http://www.moonroomatsummit.com

  • Mouth House

    2858 California St. Denver, CO 80205

    http://www.mouthbomb.com

  • Notably Fine Audio

    2949 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-298-7113

    http://www.mfpcolorado.com

  • Old Chicago

    Old Chicago

    1415 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-893-1806

    http://www.oldchicago.com 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. More >>

  • Pancho's Villa

    3428 Downing St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-282-4495

  • Paramount Cafe

    Paramount Cafe

    519 16th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-893-2000

    http://www.paramountcafe.com 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
    303-623-0106

    http://www.paramountdenver.com

  • The Peak

    1530 California Street Denver, CO 80202
    303-399-9947

  • The Roxy Theatre

    The Roxy Theatre

    2549 Welton St. Denver, CO 80205
    720-242-9782

    http://www.theroxydenver.com Since it first opened as a movie house eight decades ago, the Roxy Theatre in Five Points has gone through many incarnations; the 4,800-square-foot space was a dance club before becoming a live-music venue in 2011 and getting a remodel, a new sound system and a new lighting rig. While the 500-person Roxy brings in a fair amount of local and national hip-hop acts, it also hosts rock, jazz and metal shows. More >>

  • The Savoy Event Center

    2700 Arapahoe St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-999-1028

  • Strings and Wood Listening Room

    1644 Platte St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-807-8106

  • Summit Music Hall

    Summit Music Hall

    1902 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-443-2227

    http://www.thesummitmusichall.com The latest venue from Soda Jerk Presents, Summit Music Hall is a rock anomaly among the usual LoDo fare. Offering a larger, companion spot to the concert promoter's other downtown location, Marquis Theater, the 12,500-square-foot space pumps live music into the sports bar scene weekly. With triple the capacity of the Marquis, Summit Music Hall accommodates larger concerts, from Bayside to Dead Prez, while continuing to support Denver's local music by hosting smaller shows in the front half of the venue. More >>

  • Tarantula Billiards and Bar

    Tarantula Billiards and Bar

    1520 Stout St. Denver, CO 80202
    720-932-6666

    http://www.denverpoolhall.com After a long run on the second-floor corner of 15th and Champa streets, Tarantula Billiards moved to street level a block east in early 2012, giving the pool hall much more visibility. The new space has a sleek and classy look, closer to that of sister pool hall ZanZibar Billiards and Grill, which is owned by the same folks. Tarantula still offers free pool on Mondays, but you’ll need to order a drink. A new menu boasts a number of sandwiches and burgers. More >>

  • Temple Hoyne Buell Theater

    14th St & Curtis St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-893-4100

    http://www.denvercenter.org

  • Tracks

    Tracks

    3500 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-863-7326

    http://www.tracksdenver.com Tracks brings much-needed color and spark to Walnut Street. A neighborhood that was once entirely made up of warehouses now has bars and clubs popping up left and right. Tracks has a large, floor-lit dance floor, surrounded by neon lights and disco balls as far as the eye can see. The crowd is young, colorful and ready to party. More >>

  • Walnut Foundry Event Center

    3002 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-394-3672

    http://www.walnutfoundry.com

  • The Walnut Room

    The Walnut Room

    3131 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-292-1700

    http://www.thewalnutroom.com You can slum it with a slice and a drink for $5 at just about every pizza joint in town, but when you want to slum it in style, either location of the Walnut Room feels your vibe. At lunchtime, a fresh-faced server, usually of the hipster sort, will trot out an eight-inch, thin-crusted pizza topped with whatever single ingredient tickles your fancy, a cup of soup or a house salad scattered with mozzarella, and a beverage. While the Walnut Street location, which opened in 2005, is a great place for grub, it's also a 250-person music venue that brings in a steady stream of local and national acts and boasts one of the best-sounding rooms in the city. More >>

  • The Werks

    3821 Steele St. Denver, CO 80205

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