With sleek, art deco decor, and killer martinis, Cruise Room in the Oxford Hotel can’t help but make you feel classy whilst you sip the night away. The bar itself was modeled after a bar on the Queen Mary and takes the shape of a wine bottle. It’s a hotspot, especially since it’s been the longest continually open bar in Denver. This place is not only for cocktail snobs, but if you are one, you won’t be disappointed.

In the Zone Sports Bar & Grill features live music Friday and Saturday nights year round – and Wednesdays April to September – with local bands playing classic rock, country, and all danceable tunes. Located 5 minutes from downtown Golden and Miller-Coors academy sports fayetteville Brewery, In The Zone Sports Bar & Grill is a haunt of many locals and Coors employees. Sporting a “Cheers” atmosphere with its120-foot bar, 20 beers on tap and a full bar, kick back and enjoy your favorite sports team play on over 90 flat screen HDTVs.

You can get a fancy schmancy cocktail made with liqueurs you can’t pronounce, or you can get a Jack and Coke with a hot dog for $8. This is the ultimate high-low mash-up, and it gets even better when you hit the Snowballs section of their drink menu. The boozy shave ice options include combos like Vergano Americano with pickled blueberries and sherry with candied orange.

The large cocktail menu, created by vets from American Bonded and Poka Lola, is just as seductive as the dancers. Pool tables, great food, ice cold beer and drinks, 16 HD televisions, stage for live music weekly and a lounge area! 930 Lincoln St., Denver CO, 80203Live music Jazz restaurant & lounge bar features live music & drink specials every night of the week. As home turf for Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche , Denver’s largest, state-of-the-art arena also hosts big-name touring acts throughout the year .

For example, the main floor has three women’s restrooms and one men’s, she says, and the stage can move forward for more intimate shows. Although best known as a restaurant and bar, Wash Park Grille has long hosted live music, both bands and solo artists. There’s live music Thursdays through Saturdays starting at 8 p.m., with local jam musicians such as Eric Martinez and Bill McKay. According to the restaurant’s website, reservations are recommended for the lounge because of limited seating capacity, but the music can still be heard from the west patio, street seating and dining room. While there’s no cover, a $10 tip for the musicians is highly recommended.