Bar and Club roll call for January/February

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The next incarnation of Brewski's Pub & Grill opened at 2100 East 104th Avenue in Northglenn. Chuck Persichetti -- who ran the old Brewski's at Highway 36 and Pecos Street for a decade, as well as several other spots during his 45-year run in the bar business -- opened the new spot as an updated version of the old Brewski's, now home to the biker-friendly country bar Bucking Harleys, with live, local music Wednesdays through Saturdays. Click through for a rundown of the other bars and clubs that opened and closed in January and February. (Cafe Society has a rundown of the restaurants that opened and closed this past month.)

BARS AND CLUBS OPENING IN JANUARY/FEBRUARY* Brewski's Pub & Grill, 2100 East 104th Avenue, Northglenn Deadbeat Club (formerly Club Next), 4040 East Evans Avenue Mugsy's Bar, 7950 East Mississippi Avenue The Score Bar & Grill, 19878 East Hilltop Road, Parker Senorita Frogs, 8990 Federal Boulevard

BARS AND CLUBS CLOSING IN JANUARY/FEBRUARY Boulder Draft House, 2027 13th Street, Boulder Gallery 22, 821 22nd St. Swallows, 3090 Downing Street

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