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If you’re a fan of Italian fare, then visit the swanky Il Posto in RiNo on your next date night. The chic eatery has sophisticated décor with beautiful light installations brightening up the place. The seating upstairs offers a spectacular view of Downtown while the beautiful patio is perfect for a pleasant evening. Everything on the menu is a gastronomical treat, leaving you wanting more. Ask the sommelier for wine pairings and recommendations to enhance your dining experience further.
Take a break from the regular bars and enjoy a casual evening at First Draft. With a fresh concept into its making, First Draft is one of the first self-service bars in town. This cozy bar offers over 40 on the tap selection of beers, ciders and wines to choose from. The variety of liquors keeps on rotating and First Draft always has something new to offer for your palate. In case you feel hungry, this bar serves a scrumptious small-plate American menu to munch. Spread across 2521 square feet (232 square meters), First Draft offers a cozy hangout spot for you to catch up with your friends on a relaxed evening.
The Rooftop is a new and exciting feature at the Coors field where patrons can enjoy a drink while enjoying the proceedings of a game. The Rooftop has been built into a two storey structure and is home to several indoor bars, drink stands, seating areas and plenty of drink rails. There are a few food stalls that serve fast food which can be enjoyed with drinks. The venue serves as a perfect entertainment area for all and can accommodate at least 2000 people.
Set in the happening Five Points area in Denver, 10 Barrel Brewing Company is a must-visit for beer lovers. With several barrels in their facility, they have a fantastic selection of specially-crafted beers to offer. Established in the year 2006, this brewpub has branches in other states like Oregon and Idaho. It features a spacious taproom and a rooftop seating area which is perfect for the warm and cozy months. In addition to beers, they serve pub eats like pizzas, burgers and other shareables.
The owner of Mercury Café calls it a community center. The cafe exudes a vague hippie aura and serves as a restaurant, bakery, coffeehouse, dance club and concert hall. It is hard to pinpoint the exact style of this eclectic nightspot, serving up everything from Celtic and Cajun to theater and poetry. Swing and salsa bands are regulars on the second floor, which accommodates 350. The main dining room might feature a concert pianist one evening and a string quartet the next. The dinner menu offers salads, sandwiches, pasta dishes and more.