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With a Midwestern theme, this downtown bar offers up some unconventional menu options, like fried cheese curds and pickled eggs. They have live music sometimes and a jukebox so you can be the DJ for an evening. During the summer, take your drink out onto the back patio and enjoy the beautiful weather. If you're looking for a place to watch the game or relax after work, Tony's has got you covered.
The fact that this popular brewery and restaurant sells its own T-shirts at the front entrance is a strong sign that this place is extremely popular. The menu is mostly American cuisine with global influences, featuring everything from burgers to fish and chips to baked ziti. The interior is dominated by hardwood flooring and a wall of windows. Outdoor seating, though limited, is very popular during the warm months. Above the dining area is a huge billiards room. The crowds tend to be of the 30-something kind.
This pub has a rich history, and its Colorado roots are apparent in the drink and menu options. The original Thunder and Buttons burned down in 1989, and its current incarnation opened its doors in 2004. Named after the two bull elk belonging to local legend Prairie Dog O'Byrne, the pub stands where one of the town's original 21 saloons once stood. Among the drink options, you'll find an impressive list of Colorado beers.
The Penrose Lounge part of the beautiful Broadmoor Hotel is adjacent to the Penrose Room and is a perfect place to relax after one of the chefs delightful gourmet encounters. Sip on an after dinner drink or just sit around on the comfortable couches and chairs and savor the relaxing English type environs. Afternoon tea is also served in the lounge during peak seasons. Open Wednesday through Saturday.