16 "Day Drinking" restaurants in Denver.
A Denver institution that built its reputation on letting people build their own burgers.
Does a Texas-based burger restaurant in LoDo mean that the takeover is complete? If this is what defeat tastes like, we’re OK with it. Hopdoddy is the real deal.
Solid tacos, great vibe, a rooftop patio, and stiff drinks. Los Chingones translates roughly to "badasses," and we're not here to disagree.
Take a break from the standard farm-to-table spots around town and hit up this bistro beer garden for brunch... and everything else.
More than just a place to get drunk before a show at Hi-Dive. Sputnik has great food to serve vegans and meat eaters alike, as long as you look really cool while you eat it.
Ale House’s great patio and actually good bar food have made it the unofficial drinking hub in LoHi.
Historians in Southwest stands out from other breweries in Denver for its great views and above-average food.
Highland Tavern in Northwest has good bar food and a lot of TVs, making it one of the best place to watch a Rockies game.
Escape the crowded part of Tennyson Street at Local 46. It’s a great place for a big group hang, and there’s usually live music.
Briar Commons is a brewery in Northwest, and it has a patio great for day drinking or a big group hang.
The most important thing about Monkey Barrel in Sunnyside is that they’re serving Carbone’s sandwiches. Hit it for your lunch or late night needs.