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Located within the premises of the University of Colorado, Club 156 is a vibrant nightclub that exudes an air of enthusiasm. This upscale music venue plays host to a plethora of events organized by the student community. The club features established as well as upcoming bands who explore genres like rock, indie and punk during their concerts. Club 156 is equipped with superb lights and acoustics and a seating capacity of around 150 that makes it an ideal place to attend mesmerizing live musicals. Call ahead to know about upcoming events.
Twisted Pine Brewing Co was founded in the year 1995 and has been going strong ever since. Popular among the Local residents as an after-work hangout spot or for Sunday night football, this brewery offers a wide assortment of home-brewed beers and ales and generous happy hours. You could savor the award-winning 'Big Shot Espresso Stout,' or for those of you who like a little spice in your life, nothing beats the 'Ghost Face Killah' that's brewed with six different types of peppers. A generous choice of eats like pizza's or Mac and Cheese will also ensure that you always have something to munch on with your drinks. Hence, if you find yourself in boulder and are looking to quench your thirst, be sure to head over to the Twisted Pine Brewing Co.
This funky pizza joint, The Sink, on University Hill is one of the best student budget spots in town. The fact that Robert Redford once worked as a janitor here during his short stint at CU is their claim to fame, yet celebrities and dignitaries continue to visit for the burgers, even President Obama once visited. The pizzeria stays open till late, making it popular with the college crowd. It offers three crust choices based on density. Food is made from scratch and they always feature the choice of 100 percent grass-fed beef. Sandwiches, pizzas, salads, calzones-oven baked pizza, you name it; you will find at the Sink.
No Name Bar is a hip bar/concert venue that features live music and theme nights throughout the week. On Mondays the entertainment is Bluegrass, on Tuesdays its almost always 'Swing Night' and the rest of the week guests will find a eclectic slew of young, local, up-and-coming artists plying their sound. Behind the bar, there is nary a trace of domestic beer, in lieu, guests have their choice of some of the best craft beers in Colorado. The bar is located off Broadway in a strip-mall, and despite the tacky architecture outside, it belies the great beer and varied music inside.
Frasca Food and Wine is one of the few fine dining establishments in the student-friendly Pearl Street Mall, and it makes up for this dearth by really soaring above everything else here. Frasca can be found on the far east end of the mall within close distance to parking garages and Boulder Creek, but far enough away from the main stretch to be free of the student and family crowds. The restaurant itself is large and modern, but it maintains an air of intimacy, mostly due to the lack of crowds and high waiter-to-table ratio. The options on the menu are delicious, with fresh, organic ingredients bought from local farmers and each menu item that includes a note about which of Frasca's many wines will go best with your meal, eating here is a real experience. -Sabrina Zirakzadeh