Late Nights In Denver: Artists’ Top Picks For Hitting The Town

A new city can sometimes feel less inviting during later hours of the day, but the fun doesn’t stop after dark in Denver thanks to the numerous bars, spooky landmarks and after-hours entertainment. Those who like their nights spent in relaxation will find longstanding dives and hipster hangouts alike, while the more adventurous might have trouble falling asleep at all after venturing into Denver’s more ghastly corners.

Edison recommends William & Graham 
“Speakeasy you enter through a bookcase.”

Big Gigantic recommends Euclid Hall
“[The] kitchen is open until midnight and they have a huge selection of beers and whiskeys!”
The art deco Cruise Room claims to be the oldest bar in Denver opening just one day after prohibition was repealed in 1933.
-also recommended by Kurt Fuhrman


Head For The Hills Recommends Star Bar and Local 46
“Star Bar if I want to drink amazing sour beers all night, Local 46 if I want a cheap drink and to stumble home.”

Shannon Jones recommends Bar Fausto
“The cocktail list at Bar Fausto never disappoints. They just number their drinks, so clever. Um, yes I’ll have another #11 please.” 
also recommended by Paper Bird, Tennis

Ryan from A Shoreline Dream recommends Adams Mystery Playhouse
“Cause it’s a bar with an amazing twist. It’s a dinner theatre with some of the scariest and most hilarious acts I’ve ever seen.”

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