Food & Drink

These are Denver's best clubs

Published On 12/10/2013 Published On 12/10/2013
The Church
Cervante's Masterpiece
La Boheme Gentlemen's Cabaret
Grizzly Rose
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1. Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom 2637 Welton St, Denver, CO 80205 (Northwest)

Cervantes is known for having big, cheap drinks and a powerful sound system. Go to catch your favorite band or just to dance, and enjoy the multi-level layout and giant disco ball!

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2. Beta Nightclub 1909 Blake St, Denver, CO 80202 (Five Points)

This club consistently pulls in awards for top club in the country, winning people over with their ridiculous sound system and the parade of top DJs dropping in to perform.

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3. The Church 1160 Lincoln, Denver, CO 80203 (Capitol Hill)

The Church was built in 1865 as an actual place of worship, but now the building holds multi-level dance floors and plays host to DJs, lasers, and even a Sushi Bar on Friday and Saturday nights.

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4. Three Lions Pub 2239 East Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206 (City Park)

Modeling itself after the best London pubs, Three Lions broadcasts "as much soccer as possible" and serves hearty pub food, even including a late night menu.

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5. La Boheme Gentlemen's Cabaret 1443 Stout St, Denver, CO 80202 (Cbd)

La Boheme looks like the vintage burlesque theatres where your forefathers went to admire the beauty of the female figure. LaBo (as it is called by the locals) is known for a clean environment and friendly, laid-back dancers who don't rush you into emptying your pockets.

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6. Grizzly Rose 5450 N Valley Hwy, Denver, CO 80216

Check out your favorite acts live or get your line dance on at the Grizzly Rose. Come to this honky tonk earlier in the evening for dance lessons, or come later to get down to alternating country and club music all night.