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El Chapultepec has been hosting jazz and blues notables since 1951, including the likes of Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. The place is small and usually crowded, but it's known throughout Denver as... Read More
El Chapultepec has been hosting jazz and blues notables since 1951, including the likes of Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. The place is small and usually crowded, but it's known throughout Denver as the city's best venue for live blues and jazz. A limited menu of drinks and Mexican food is offered, and you'll want to try the burritos, which are almost as legendary as the performers. Live music every single night, and never a cover charge! Two-drink minimum per set. The club is located in the heart of downtown where parking meters have a 2 hour limit, which means you are better off spending more by parking in a garage or taking a cab.
1962 Market St
Denver, CO 80202
- Daily 9am-2am
- No cover charge
- Live Music: "Catch Freddy Rodriguez, who has been playing the tenor sax at "the pec" for over 30 years. He covers classic musicians like Thelonious Monk, Dexter Gordon, Miles Davis & other great musicians"
- Best for Live Music Because: Live music is offered seven nights a week featuring soul, blues and jazz.
- Best Nightlife: "El Chapultepec is located near Coors Field so stop in for music after a night game. Check the calendar for open-mic night, usually Mondays, when interesting local musicians show up to jam."
- Recommended as Best Nightlife Because: El Chapultepec is one of Denver's oldest music clubs, spanning many decades.