Located on the outskirts of Ballpark and RiNo, Denver’s seminal indie rock venue, Larimer Lounge, is known for its gritty charm and tastemaker shows. More than a decade old, Larimer Lounge is nationally known as a first stop for up-and-coming bands
Former auto-repair garage now houses a rough-&-ready canteen with bingo, ring toss & more.
A Rock and Roll Institution and hangout of the Echelons from Denver Drinking ELITE! The World Famous Lion’s Lair will always been a great place to see a show! Dimly lit bar known for its live punk music on a small stage & beer in a can.
The hi-dive opened November 19, 2003 when a young couple purchased the business. Inspired by years spent living in New York City and the amazing talent and creativity of Denver’s music scene, the hi-dive has quickly become one of the most important new venues in town and the only place for hip new bands to … Continued
Denver’s oldest jazz and blues club. El Chapultepec has stood proudly on the corner of 20th & Market since 1933. serving up some great live music every night of the week.Well-known nightclub with regular live jazz, late hours & Mexican chow served on paper plates.
The Pioneer has become a neighborhood spot. Great vibe, cool booths, nice bar, requisite memorabilia from the local college (University of Denver aka DU), and a staff that lives to treat you right.With a huge enclosed patio on the main level and tons of indoor-outdoor seating with HD TV’s, this is a great spot to meet … Continued
A neighborhood bar with a serious affection for classic cocktails, craft beer and Mediterranean bar food. Bustling lounge serving cocktails, craft beers & Moroccan-influenced snacks in an atmospheric space.
Slinging beer for 80 years, the Berkeley Inn has supplied friendly fun and booze to almost 5 generations of “professional divers.” An eclectic mixture of clientele, live music, games and great prices every day could make the Berkeley Inn YOUR hangout.
The Overland aims to service a niche that is quickly being overlooked as the population in Denver swells: the local. A local is British term referring to a pub convenient to one’s home. With a rich menu touching on Colorado’s past and present, as well as locally curated beer, wine, and spirit selections.
The landmark corner of Colfax and Monroe provides a cozy corner for Lost Lake to call home. From whiskey sipping hipsters, to hula hooping hippies, to hungry hip-hop hounds, the audience varies as much as the kind of music that fills the stage.