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Reader: You have now "hipstered" the Squire -- used to be a great place

Yesterday Sean Kenyon shared 25 things you never knew about bartender Mikie Mazzotta, who works at the Squire. Kenyon's been going to this bar for thirteen years -- as long as he's lived in Denver. "It reminds me of the dives that I haunted in Jersey City, so it definitely feels like home to me," he writes. "But earlier this year, the Squire got a facelift, and the crowd has changed a bit (for the better). The old girl is a lot prettier, too, and bartender Mikie Mazzotta takes care of his guests with effortless ease." But the conversation this post inspired was anything but easy. See also: 25 things you never knew about Mikie Mazzotta

Says LivCupcake Elgethun:

The bartenders you have chosen to talk about are the douchiest douches that ever douched in doucheville!!! You have now 'hipstered' the Squire. Used to be a great place. Besides, bartenders??? They aren't fucking rock stars.

And that's one of the milder comments. You can read the rest here. Or you can elevate the conversation: What's your favorite bar in Denver? Who's your favorite bartender? Post positive suggestions below.

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