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<font=orange>Best Sports Bars/Pubs/Restaurants to watch the Super Bowl in the Denver area
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LoDo and Downtown Denver and Ballpark Neighborhood
Thirsty Lion – 1605 Wynkoop St. – This place has an awesome margherita pizza. And I do mean awesome. I’m drooling on myself just thinking about it. They’ll be running Happy Hour on Sunday for 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. with $4 featured pints, featured wine, well drinks and house margarita. $3.95 to $5.95 food menu.
Jake’s Food and Spirits – 3800 Walnut St – They urge partiers to arrive early, and are offering a $5 chips and trio of dips. If you make a reservation for at least 6 people, you get a hopper of PBR and 12 wings for $30. Parking and Public Transportation: They have their own parking lot!
Blake Street Tavern – 2301 Blake St – one block north of Coors Field – voted #1 for Best Sports Bar in Denver and Best Sports Bar For Watching Games in 2014 by Westword. 60 hi def tvs in 18,000 square feet of party space, pool tables, shuffle board and tons of food that includes a kiddie menu, 24 beers on tap. Parking and Public Transportation: They have their own parking lot plus there’s lots of free street parking several blocks up.
Earl’s Kitchen and Bar – 1600 Glenarm Place, Unit 140 – Renovated just last fall, they offer brunch on the weekends and while the food isn’t your typical bar food prices I suspect it isn’t frozen mozzarella cheese sticks dumped from a bag into the deep fryer either (not that there’s anything wrong with those when you want them!) plus they have some vegetarian options if you have one of those with you. LOL! Parking and Public Transportation: It looks like you won’t find a lot of inexpensive parking nearby but there is a light rail stop at 16th and California nearby.
Jacksons Sports Rock – 1520 20th St – across the street from Coors Field – over 65 tv’s and a big menu! Parking and Public Transportation: There’s a fair amount of inexpensive parking available withing a few blocks of the bar but I don’t know if they’ll raise their rates for game day or not. There’s a light rail stop about a block away at 16th and California.
Sports Column – 1930 Blake St – right by Coors Field, they have tons of hdtv’s and flat screen tvs. Parking and Public Transportation: There’s paid parking lots nearby but I’m not sure what they’ll charge on game day. The mall shuttle stops at 16th and Blake St several blocks away.
Society, Sports and Service – 1434 Blake St – Their website doesn’t give a lot of details, but they get pretty good reviews on yelp. An ample number of large screens to watch the game plus loud audio to easily hear the game. Good beer selection but a really good whiskey selection apparently. Parking and Public Transportation: There isn’t a lot of paid parking too close. Union Station is nearby.
Tilted Kilt – 1201 16th St – Many describe this as similar to Hooters given the waitresses in skimpy outfits. Some women have complained on the internet that the men are not dressed in skimpy attire though. LOL! However, if you enjoy Hooters but are looking for the Irish version this could be it! Parking and Public Transportation: There’s a light rail station at 16th and California and from there you can walk or take the mall shuttle several blocks. There’s also some paid parking available near there.
The Giggling Grizzly – 1320 20th St – It has been described on the internet as loud and cheap but that does appeal to a lot of people after all! Heck, they even offer a “no money back guarantee” that you’ll have fun. 🙂 Now how can you beat that! LOL! My thought is, if you’re just looking for a laid back, no thrills no frills no pretentious types of bar this might be the one for you! Parking and Public Transportation: There is some paid parking nearby. It’s a few blocks away from the Denver Union Bus Station.
Tavern Downtown – 1949 Market St – Super Bowl Party Plans: $35 all you can eat and drink! Doors open at 3:30 p.m. Wings, pizza, sliders and more plus Bud, Bud Light and well drinks. Over 60 HD tv’s, free square pools and giveaways. The main level has 2 bars, a lounge area with a game room, and an 11,000 square foot outdoor patio.
Denver Athletic Club – 1325 Glenarm Pl – The party starts at 2:30 p.m. and reservations are recommended. They’re offering Hors d’oeuvers for $25 and an a la carte menu.
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Highland Tap and Burger – 2219 W 32nd Ave – They’re taking reservations for Super Bowl Sunday! Festivities start at 4:30 p.m. of course but they do ask that you show up by 2:30 p.m. If you’re hosting your own party, you can order snacks and appetizers from them too. Opened in 2010 and if you’re not looking for a huge bar with Coors Light you might appreciate this bar. They focus on craft beers – 18 local beers on tap plus a variety of cans and bottles. They also pride themselves on food prepared in house and a little more exotic than traditional bar fare. Parking and Public Transportation: Parking can be tough when they’re busy – free street parking but you may have to walk a few blocks. There’s a bus stop close by at 32nd and Tejon.
Govnr’s Park – 672 Logan St – In business since 1976 they’re consistently voted Denver’s best neighborhood bar. They’re kicking things off at 11:05 a.m. on January 11 for the NFC playoff game and at 2:20 p.m. for the AFC (Denver!) game. They feature $5 Jamo, $4 Coors Light pints, and they have 34 hd flat screen tvs and a pool room. They have what looks like an insanely good menu here. You can call for game day reservations and/or book your Watch Party. Parking: the parking lot is btwn 6th and 7th on Pennsylvania Ave plus additional parking in the Restaurant Association parking lot on wknds.
The BSide – 1336 E 17th Ave – I came across this in Westword because they listed it as one of the 10 Best New Bars in 2014 in metro Denver. Apparently their fried chicken and meatloaf is amazing. Not a typical sports bar but they do have the games broadcast there and have the sound on for Bronco games. They also feature 25 great craft beers on tap. They also made the Best of 303 Denver Brunch magazine list. Parking and Public Transportation: Parking is located on side streets. There’s a bus stop on Downing St but it’s several blocks away.
40+ and 45+ singles meetup – Toby Keith’s I Love this Bar and Grill – 8260 Northfield Blvd. Ste. 1370 – Event fee is $1 and they’ll be meeting at the back of the bar and there will be signs letting you know where to go.
The Cherry Cricket – 2641 E 2nd Ave – Last year, when I was putting these Bronco party lists together I swear The Cherry Cricket seemed to have the most awesome food. Especially their deserts! Parking and Public Transportation: Parking can be a bit of a hassle when the lot is full but click here for more information. There is a bus stop at 1st Ave and University Blvd which is about a 5 min walk.
Chopper’s Sports Grill – 80 S Madison St – Chopper’s is always my favorite sports bar to write about because they have tv’s in the bathrooms! I love that. Over 50 hi def tv’s in the place and yes, some are in the bathroom so you don’t miss a thing! Ever! 19 Colorado brewed draft beers, plus 40 bottles, cans and bombers of just about everything. Parking and Public Transportation: Parking can get a bit full on game days. There’s a bus stop at S Madison St and Ellsworth Ave which is very close by.
Wash Park Sports Alley – 266B South Downing – Ohhhhhh they have Walking Dead Pinball! Okay, that’s it, best sports bar ever. And Star Trek pinball. Okay, we’re done here… They also have 26 hdtv’s to accommodate all your sports viewing. Parking and Public Transportation: Parking can be a bit dicey here and is often on the street – be sure to read the signs and don’t park somewhere illegally. There is a bus stop at Alameda Ave and S Downing St which is very close by.
Soiled Dove Underground – 7401 E 1st Ave. – All-You-Can-Eat wings, pizza, chili, sliders and more. PLUS all you can drink Bud, Bud Light and well drinks. Three large projector screens and huge game sound. Free square pools and giveaways!
Tag Burger Bar – closed on Super Bowl Sunday!
Moe’s BBQ – multiple locations – Use Moe’s to cater your personal Super Bowl party! Their meats are smoked fresh every day and they flash fry their winning wings. You can eat there or have it delivered or they even provide full service at your party!
Up The Creek’s Annual Super Bowl Party – Dad & Dudes Breweria – 6730 S Cornerstar Way Ste D. This year they have the entire bar booked! Doors open at 3:00 PM, Kickoff at 4:20 PM. Cash Bar with $4.25 Well, $5 to $7 Wine, $5 Draft beer. Free food buffet includes Pizza, Hot Wings, Mac and Cheese, and salad. Current Dues Paying Up The Creek Club Members enjoy the party for free! Guests and Meetup Members pay $8.00 at the door. For more info on becomming a “Club Member” go to: www.upthecreek.org/joining-utc.htm
Buffalo Wild Wings – 10436 Towncenter Dr – over 30 flat screen tv’s, close to 2 dozen different kinds of chicken wings – you want salty? Fatty? Fried? (Really, who doesn’t?) Then go here! I’m also told that BWW tends to be a bit more kid friendly in case you couldn’t find a babysitter (or didn’t want to!). Parking and Public Transportation: Tons and tons of free parking every where. It’s also right by the bus stop on US 36 – however if you’ve been drinking I suggest you walk AROUND the fence (that separates the bus stop from the parking lot) rather than trying to jump it as I’ve seen some people do. It’s not pretty…
Bender’s Bar and Grill – 10710 Westminster Blvd – they have gobs and gobs of tv’s including a number of new 55-inch hdtv’s. Plus a huge menu with something for everyone including bargains under $5 every day.
Lazy Dog Sports Bar and Grill – 1346 Pearl St (they also have restaurant in Erie at 3100 Village Vista Dr) – Can I just say that I love this place even though I’ve never been there 🙂 at the bottom of the “about us” page they have a link “Please give generously to the Boulder Valley Humane Society.” That’s so awesome. (All of my fur children are HSBV alum and I’m a volunteer there.) Anyway, back to our show! Go to Lazy Dog and drink some beer and eat some food okay?! They have dozens of tvs to watch the game on.
West End Tavern – 926 Pearl St. – Super Bowl Party Plans: starts at 3:30 p.m. beer and bourbon only $3.50 and a special rib and bourbon dish for $15. Are you hosting the party at your house? For $150 let West End Tavern do the cooking and feed 10 of your guests. It includes buffalo wings, pork ribs, potato salad and cole slaw. They’ll take orders until noon on Friday, January 30th. The tavern has 6 flat screen tvs, craft bbq, beer and wings.
Activities the entire family can enjoy
Super Bowl 5K – Where the Gridiron Meets the Road IV. Event starts at 9 a.m., kids fun run starts at 9:50 a.m., the 5k starts at 10 a.m. It’s at Wash Park – 1000 S Downing St.
Super Sunday 5K – This is a fun run where dogs and strollers are allowed! And you’re supposed to wear your favorite team jersey. Check in starts at 9 a.m. at Platte River Bar and Grill 5995 S Santa Fe Dr (no dogs inside please). Race starts at 10 a.m. on the Mary Carter Greenway behind the Platte River Bar and Grill.
Broomfield’s 13th annual Super Sunday run is at hand! There’s a 1 mile, 2 mile and 5k run. Strollers and dogs are welcome. Race starts at 11 a.m.
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