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Denver's Five Points neighborhood is host to many great live music venues including the ever popular Meadowlark. It has bundles of charm, from the slightly small interior and rustic bar, to the open patio, with big stage and pretty views of the city. Patrons will be entertained in all manner of ways, from the great variety of live music to the possibility of seeing fire-dancers. The bar is host to a legendary happy hour. During the summer you can enjoy cheap beer on the patio. The interior is also host to plenty of unique artwork, adding to the warm, eclectic feel of the place. Visit the website for details of upcoming events.
Set off the street in a dark nook, the Falling Rock Tap House's unassuming brick face is easy to miss in trendy, bar-heavy lower downtown. But this intimate, little tavern has a surprise behind its door; more than 80 beers on tap that range from Colorado microbrews to European imports. With so many choices, it is the closest thing to draught heaven. The food menu is secondary to the beer, but still offers a generous selection of salads, pizzas, sandwiches, burgers and tacos. Located just down the street from Coors Field makes it a perfect hangout for pre-game warm ups and post-game celebrations.
One of the best restaurants in Denver, Randolph's at the Warwick Denver Hotel sure knows how to entice. Winner of various awards, the restaurant strikes the perfect balance between chic and comfort. Open all day long, you will be spoilt for choice. Drop in to sample their lip-smacking brunch in the open while reading a book or wathcing Denverites, or opt for a more cozy nook for two and enjoy an evening with that special someone. Menu must-haves include Airline Chicken and Trout Papillote. Try these with one of their award-winning wines and end the meal with the creamy Vanilla Bean Crème Brulee. A pleasure for your senses.
Named for the late Chopper Travaglani, a longtime trainer for the Denver Nuggets, this upscale sports bar attracts the 30 and 40 something crowds of Cherry Creek. The bar has a lot of televisions for sports watching, along with darts, pool tables and video games. There is outdoor seating and a bar area available for lounging in the open air during the warm months. Try one of their excellent pizzas, the hand-rolled dough gives the pies a unique taste. It also serves burgers, sandwiches, soups and salads.
Cactus Jack's Saloon is one of the oldest saloons still operating in Evergreen. The building has just been updated to meet safety regulations and the menu has been changed to add food and drink items. A visitor can get the same drinks and food available when Cactus Jack's opened and enjoy a view almost identical to that time as well. The best part of the Cactus Jack's experience is the live music. Performed on the large sunny deck for free, an eclectic group of families, bikers, 20 and 30 somethings enjoy the entertainment and the scenery. A trip to Cactus Jack's is both a chance for great food and drinks and a chance to experience Colorado history first hand.