Denver nightlife is nothing if not diverse, accurately reflecting a population that spans generations, roots and tastes. Cowboy culture is alive and well, especially at such beloved establishments as the Grizzly Rose, where line dancing and mechanical bull riding still draw crowds six nights a week. But Denver is no one-trick western pony. The city has evolved into a sophisticated urban hotspot with residents who have arrived from across the county, the country and even the world. While they embrace the city's history and rugged edge, they also bring with them a passion for elevated cuisine, fine wines, music of every genre, arts, sports and a love of what's new and trending. Nightlife ranges from such options as elegant Champagne bar Corridor 44 to funky Mercury Cafe with its eclectic music and poetry readings. Locals and visitors can take in a Rockies game at Coors Field, then visit one of the multitude of taprooms, including Trve Brewing where craft beer is poured to the beat of Metal. There is live music and dancing at a slew of clubs and lounges, and there's always a place to simply sit and watch the sun set over the western peaks. What's your pleasure?
Christine has written about every aspect of travel, from romance and adventure to family and wellness. She is also lucky to have had three major home states through the years: New York, Colorado and California. Today she divides time between the Denver and San Francisco areas.
Christine loves shoe shopping and fishing; walking anywhere; horseback riding (she... Read More