Bars in Denver…they’re everywhere, in every neighborhood, sometimes on every corner of a neighborhood. Want to go out tonight, or this afternoon, or tomorrow morning, but can’t decide where to hang?
Click around our collection of Denver bars, and soon, you’ll be inspired to…grab a beer with friends, dress up for a night on the town, listen to jazz in a dim lit room, challenge a stranger to a game of pool, drop a coin in a jukebox, or meet the next love of your life…the possibilities are as varied as your imagination when it comes to Denver’s bar scene.
We’ve narrowed down the options and assembled lists and descriptions of Denver bars, organizing the information by location and type.
7900 East Colfax Avenue, Denver • 303.322.4435 For girls only, this lesbian bar in east Denver features a country western atmosphere and lots of dancing.
2701 Larimer Street, LoDo Denver • 303.293.0251 Underground bar, industrial decoration, eclectic music, laid-back atmosphere, and live music or DJs on most nights, the Meadowlark was voted “best intimate venue” by Westword.
8001 East Colfax Avenue, Denver • 303.320.6683 The Hangar Bar has been around on the Denver bar scene since 1933, and it’s claim to fame is “the best of the blues.” Before Stapleton Airport was closed, you could sit at the Hangar Bar, sip a drink, and watch airplanes take off.
1015 Bannock Street, Denver • 303.534.7000 The Golden Triangle neighborhood of Denver, just south of the Capitol and Denver Art Museum, has its very own hangout, the Garage bar. The décor follows the theme of the building, which once housed an auto garage. If you love cars, or are just into a relaxed, good time,...
2400 West 32nd Avenue, Denver • 303.477.0395 The Alley Bar is an adult lounge area inside Pasquini’s Highlands, a superb restaurant in the Highlands neighborhood. Art deco design, matchbook dispensers, antiques, and a vintage Coors sign add to the charm of the Alley Bar in northwest Denver.
1442 Larimer Street, Denver • 303.893.9463 A quaint bar in Denver’s historic Larimer Square District, Cru Wine bar serves flights of wine tastings (two-ounce samples from the same grapes, different years), as well as cheese flights to complement them. A floor-to-ceiling wine cellar and a mural made out of wine labels signal that this bar...