When I was in high school, I had a friend whose dad called all porn shops "the fuck book store." Mostly, though, he was referring to the joint next to the Bluebird Theatre, because he was very suspicious that we went to that venue so often -- although for seventeen-year-old, third-wave rude boys and ... More >>
More and more, you've probably noticed an influx of Internet jukeboxes, the kind that offer a seemingly endless assortment of songs, cropping up in bars. But there are still a handful of spots rocking old school CD jukeboxes that require a bit of taste-making. Here's the ten best, including this yea ... More >>
Quixote's True Blue has relocated a few times since first starting out sixteen years ago on 9150 East Colfax in Aurora as a place where Deadheads and kindred spirits could gather after the passing of Jerry Garcia. Next month, the now iconic Denver bar will move again into Bender's Tavern -- the spac ... More >>
East Colfax around closing time on a Saturday night -- can you think of a more compelling scene? Neither can we, which is why we sent our intrepid photographer Christopher Morgan out to capture the faces and places that keep the 'Fax rocking, from Sancho's Broken Arrow and Streets of London to Rockb ... More >>
Just over a year after opening The 1UP arcade and bar in LoDo, owner Jourdan Adler has taken over the space formerly occupied by Pete's Monkey Bar (717 East Colfax Avenue), which made its last pour on Monday night, and plans to open the 2UP next month. Adler says the 2UP is going to have a similar a ... More >>
See Also: Dulcinea's to re-open as Pete's Monkey Bar After a two-and-half year run, Pete Penzastadler is closing Pete's Monkey Bar with one last blowout. Penzastadler, who says it was "a fucking awesome run," is closing the spot because he just needed to move on. In October 2009, Penzastadler, who ... More >>
After two-and-half years, Pete Penzastadler is closing Pete's Monkey Bar tonight with one last blowout. Penzastadler, who calls it "a fucking awesome run," is closing the spot because he just needs to move on, he says.
It's not too surprising that there aren't a ton of culinary events this week; apart from the Colfax Crawl, everyone is gearing up for Christmas and New Year's Eve. And speaking of Christmas, several venues are hosting Christmas Eve and Christmas Day meals and parties; keep reading to see the ... More >>
When you're forking over $6 for your coffee, $5 for a footlong sandwich, or $2 for a blended ice-cream thingy, you're typically calm, cool and collected, right? We know you're not one of those problem customers -- they of the scream-insult-and-kick variety, all pissed off because of an incorr ... More >>
We were all sitting around wondering how to make Guess How I'm Peeing even more offensive/frivolous, and then it dawned on us: adult vending machines. So this week, we're peeing, sure, but we're also enjoying the sights, and maybe even reaching into our pockets. For some change, sickos. Ult ... More >>
Pete and his Monkey BarThere's a new watering hole on Colfax. Sort of. Pete's Monkey Bar, 717 East Colfax Avenue, opened October 2 in the space formerly occupied by Dulcinea's 100th Monkey, the jazz-turned-jam club that was owned by Jay, Phil and Aric Bianchi (the three brothers who are also ... More >>
flickrâ€‹When it opened in 2002, Dulcinea's 100th Monkey was hip jazz, blues and funk spot, but within a few years it gradually morphed into more of club that embraced the jam nation. It was a fine addition to the Bianchi brothers empire that now includes Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballro ... More >>
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