2376 15th Street, Denver • 303.455.9991
My Brother’s Bar, in Denver’s Riverfront District, near Confluence Park, enjoys the distinction of being the oldest bar in Denver to continuously serve liquor on one site. But that’s not what really makes it famous. My Brother’s Bar has some of the best hamburgers in Denver, plays classical music, and sells hundreds of boxes of Girl Scout cookies each year.
There’s no address out front, but it’s worth the hunt once you get to the corner of 15th and Platt. On warm days and evenings, enjoy the sunny patio, which is a nice contrast to the dim, dark, historic interior.
Check out the photographs on the walls of My Brother’s Bar, and you’ll agree that the bar has barely changed since the 1930s. If you’re a fan of writers and beatnik poets, check out the snapshot of Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassady that’s in the back of My Brother’s Bar, near the restrooms.
As for food, don’t miss the Jalapeno Cheeseburger, one of the most popular on this bar’s menu.