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Blake Street Tavern is the epitome of a sports bar. Located just two blocks from Coors Field, it's a great place to meet up before or after a Rockies game or just watch another sporting event on one of its forty high-definition televisions. But you can also get into the game yourself: Blake Street has pool tables, shuffleboard, skee ball, foosball and Golden Tee, too. It also has two two happy hours -- one from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday and the other from 10 p.m. until midnight Saturday though Thursday. And then there's the food, which is far better than your standard tavern fare.
Every Monday that we aren't gathering together to celebrate God in the world we are at St. Paul UMC (16th & Ogden) to make sandwiches. Then we head...
Update: Congrats to AliP11 and banannarama! You've each won two wristbands to tonight's opening. Check your email for details on how to claim them. Original post: Blake Street Tavern's Underground So... More »
When Blake Street Tavern moved a block down Blake Street three years ago, it took over a big space with a great view of the Ballpark neighborhood -- and a really big basement. After several attempts t... More »
The 2013 Best of Denver is now on stands (and online), and in its 196 pages you'll find Westword's picks for the best restaurants, bars and chefs around town. Along the way, we asked you to nominate a... More »
Three years ago, Blake Street Tavern moved a block south from the spot it had been for close to seven years, into the massive warehouse space at 2301 Blake Street that had once been home to Polly Esth... More »
After a seven year-run at 2401 Blake Street, the Blake Street Tavern moved a block south to its current bigger location at 2301 Blake Street, which was once home of Polly Esther's. Since the move al... More »
Three years ago, the Blake Street Tavern moved from the modest warehouse spot it had occupied for almost seven years to a massive space a block south, with a great back patio, a big bar, an ambitious kitchen, an arcade area and plenty of room to watch games -- or just the people around you. And now bigger is becoming even better. Blake Street is moving its arcade area to the basement -- which is almost as huge as the first floor -- where it will offer bocce, cornhole,... More »
The Blake Street Tavern is big fun. At its large, newish home, there are seemingly acres of asphalt where you can party before opening day at Coors Field, just a block away; a huge country-Western dance floor in the basement where you can learn to line dance; a vast arcade area with shuffleboard, Skee-Ball, foosball and Golden Tee; and a huge bar where you can enjoy two happy hours a day while watching the game on an overhead TV. But what pushes Blake Street several notches above other... More »
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