The Most Overlooked Mediterranean Paradise in Europe
1. Nallen's1429 Market St, Denver
2. The 1up1925 Blake St, Denver
3. Euclid Hall1317 14th St, Denver
4. The Retro Room2034 Larimer St, Denver
5. Fado Irish Pub & Restaurant1735 19th St, Denver
6. Star Bar2137 Larimer St, Denver
7. ViewHouse2015 Market St, Denver
8. The Ginn Mill2041 Larimer St, Denver
A perfect getaway from Larimer Square's boutiques, some say Nallen's is the best Irish Bar in Mile High. While that's debatable (based on whether or not you count Houlihan's as an Irish bar), what is assured are perfect pours of Guinness, Ireland shwag aplenty, and a dollar off everything from 2-7p.
This boozy gamer's paradise boasts 25+ '80s-heavy arcade classics (Paperboy, Punch Out, Galaga, Donkey Kong), five pinball machines, and two skeeball setups, plus a 14-tap system.
Snack on schnitzel, sausage, and poutine at this beer bar on 14th St.
Salon and spa by day (15$ men's haircuts!) and lounge by night, The Retro Room is covering alot of bases. Be sure to check out their awesome daily food specials, green chili cheese fries, and their famous Pickle Shot, made with infused vodka.
Just across the street from Coors Field, Fado makes for a great pre- or post-game spot, in addition to having a solid lineup of brews (from the likes of Oskar Blues, Great Divide, and Dry Dock) all year long.
A welcome dive among all the large party warehouses in LoDo, Star Bar has their fair share of Colorado craft beers and tasty 'tails. They have karaoke on Thursday nights, Skee- ball, and an outdoor bar/ lounge area equipped with adult slushies. The bartenders are also wayyy more knowledgeable than your average dive bar drink slingers.
ViewHouse's roof deck overlooks Coors Field so you can take it 360 degree views of Denver, while taking down pub food like burgers or chicken and waffles, then wash it down with the craft beers on tap.