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Lower Highland is the hottest restaurant neighborhood in the city, and now it has what could be its coolest bar. To create Williams & Graham, bartender Sean... More »
Yes, My Brother's Bar has a fascinating history: oldest still-operating bar in Denver, Neal Cassady hangout, yadda yadda, etc. Yes, in its current incarnation it's... More »
When Green Russell's doors -- specifically, the swinging pie-shop door that fronts the place -- opened in November 2010, they revealed a beautiful space that Frank... More »
Voted Denverā??s Best Sports Bar by Westword readers in 2011, Prickly Peteā??s is a friendly neighborhood spot that offers customers a festive atmosphere, a gigantic... More »
Founded in Glendale in 1971 by the Peterson brothers, the Bull & Bush has been a family affair ever since and is now run by a second generation of... More »
Modeled after Boston's Pour House, this LoDo watering hole is one of the few Red Sox-friendly spots in the area. It's a no-frills joint that has a decent... More »
A huge improvement on its previous LoDo location, the newer, classier Soiled Dove was built from the ground up, with music as the focal point. Its... More »
One of Colfax's best dives, the P.S. Lounge feels like not a lot has changed in the past few decades -- at least as far as decor goes. The booths and carpet are a bit... More »
Located in the music-friendly Baker neighborhood, Sputnik serves as a spot to get the party started before the show or to recap the events after one. Located next door to... More »
Corky Scholl started his Save the Signs campaign with an unsuccessful Kickstarter run. But his dream of restoring the best of this city’s classic neon signs is still going strong, focusing first on returning one artifact — the rescued sign from Denver’s legendary but long-defunct Sid King’s Crazy Horse Bar — to a place where the public can enjoy it in all its...
In 1990, Bryan Erickson started what would become Velvet Acid Christ with a few like-minded friends whose side and main projects had merged. Recalling early Death In June and Clan of Xymox, the act's debut effort, Fate, came across as the work of people capable of rapid reinvention. 1995's Neuralblastoma found the outfit incorporating urgent electronic percussion and a...
One of the most beloved (and most duplicated) albums of the twentieth century, Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon has been adapted into endless forms of live entertainment, from kid-friendly laser-light half-time shows to the Flaming Lips' brain-bursting acid tests. So it only makes sense that the album would be adapted to another exceedingly popular transgenerational...
Oh the horrible Bar tender and Bouncer!
This bar, is absolutely awful! The bartender, Jenna, is extremely rude! She rolls her eyes when someone orders a drink, and has a bitchiness about her that is a total turn off. There was a fight that broke out while we were there (it seems like if you aren't a regular there then they couldn't care less about...
I love Stoney's! The atmosphere is relaxed and inviting whether you're looking for a meal or just to have a few drinks and watch a game. I really like the variety and number of the sliders they offer and you won't lack for fried food options here (I highly recommend the fried pickles).
A warning- On Thursday night don't expect to be able...
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