Bars in Windsor

Up to 47% Off Dinner and Drinks at Pit Stop Bar & Grill

Pit Stop Bar & Grill

Thornton

$37.75 $20

Appetizers such as fried pickles and mozzarella sticks whet appetites for burgers, cheesesteaks, or pastrami reubens

61% Off Private Happy-Hour Party at The Drink

The Drink

LoDo

$500 $195

The bar stays open for just you and your friends for 2 hours, when you get to enjoy well drinks, domestic beers, and house wine

Up to 67% Off Bottle Service and Reserved Table at LaMark15

LaMark15

Denver

$225 $75

Become a lounge VIP with a reserved table complete with a devoted waitress, one bottle of Svedka vodka, and one bottle of bubbly

53% Off Pizza, Pasta, and Burgers at My Other Bar

My Other Bar

Denver

$30 $14

Gastropub serving dishes of chicken penne saltimbocca, fettucine carbonara, quattro formaggi pizza with fresh basil, and pepperoni calzone

Up to 47% Off at Brendan's Pub

Brendan's Pub

Broadway

$30 $16

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This blues-centric pub serves up Angus burgers, prime rib dinners, and other upscale pub eats and features a full calendar of live music

Up to 58% Off Cocktail Reception at Rialto Cafe

Rialto Cafe

Central Business District

$1,645 $699

(256)

Heavy appetizers and alcoholic drinks are served in a room with a full-bar setup and customizable music

Up to 50% Off Cocktails and Caviar at Golden Moon Speakeasy

Golden Moon Speakeasy

Golden Proper

$45 $27

Cocktails are serious business here, with house drinks that were developed with Golden Moon's own distilled spirits

Up to 58% Off at Old Mill Brewery

Old Mill Brewery

Littleton

$43.98 $19

American pub food such as burgers and wings paired with house-brewed beer amid big-screen TVs and brick fireplace

50% Off Appetizer-Sized Pizza and Beer at Colorado's Best Beers

Colorado's Best Beers

Aspen Park

$38 $19

Enjoy flights of microbrews from Colorado breweries, such as Avery Brewing Company and Ska Brewing, alongside appetizer-sized pizzas

Up to 51% Off at Swingers Sports Lounge and Grill

Swingers Sports Lounge and Grill

Lone Tree

$80 $39

Golf more than 50 championship courses in a PGA Tour simulator; upscale food and beverages include burgers topped with herbed goat cheese

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Slate Entertainment's Down Under Comedy Club (a rare breed in northern Colorado) elevates spirits with standup showcases five days a week. On weekends, touring headlining comics fill the bill, while weeknight open mics put budding gutbusters through comedy boot camp. Monthly cabaret burlesque shows add a little va-va-voom to the usual har-de-har.

Meanwhile, mason jars hold super-sized drinks, which tend to feature neon-colored liqueurs that won't sting if they get up your nose. They're paired with a menu of flatbread pizzas, sandwiches, and bread bowls filled with soup or salad.

2656 11th Ave
Greeley,
CO
US

The staff at Slider's Sports Bar & Grill sates roaring appetites by dishing out a full menu of burgers and pub fare in a fun, relaxing atmosphere. The Slider's Signature Burger fights off hunger paparazzi with a half-pound grilled-beef patty decorated with Slider's homemade barbecue sauce, cheddar cheese, sautéed onions, and honey-smoked bacon harvested directly from burned-down beehives ($8.99). Burgers are also available as eponymous sliders, such as cheeseburger sliders ($5.99) and bacon-cheeseburger sliders ($6.99), both featuring three mini burgers topped with your choice of cheese and a side of Cajun potato chips. Slider's also ventures south of the border with traditional Mexican dishes such as the smothered burrito, loaded with ground beef or shredded chicken and smothered in homemade green chili ($8.99), which protects the environment by not emitting harmful greenhouse gases.

1006 Spring Creek Ln
Fort Collins,
CO
US

When guests at Elliot's Martini Bar want something savory, sweet, or spicy, they not only look to the the kitchen's tapas chefs, but first and foremost to the bartenders. The cocktail artists stock everything from cream cheese and bacon olives to rosemary- and thyme-infused simple syrups behind the bar. By mixing and matching these special add-ons, they concoct an extensive menu of classic and creative cocktails.

For sweeter creations, they mix orange and grapefruit vodkas with a splash of lemonade, cranberry juice, and rhubarb bitters, and they spice up nights with tequila topped off with tawny port and ginger beer. On the more savory side, the drink-slingers shake up vodka and gin with olive juice and hot sauce, garnished with gorgonzola blue cheese and olives.

While the drinks are this hot spot's specialty, chefs are on hand to help patrons soak up their libations and remember that their name is Pam Jenkins. They serve up a select menu of shareable tapas including open-faced toasted sandwiches and antipasta skewers.

234 Linden St
Fort Collins,
CO
US

Mary's Mountain Cookies traces its origins to the kitchens of Cherokee Park Dude Ranch, where head chef Mary whipped up three square meals a day for hungry guests and packed her popular homemade cookies in their horses' saddlebags. The "mountain-style" treats were sturdy enough to remain in one piece during horseback-riding trips, but soft enough to maintain an irresistibly chewy texture. Guests never failed to request the recipe, coworkers raved over the sweets, and horses raided the freezers for leftovers overnight—all persuading Mary to set out and start selling homemade cookies on her own.

Today, loyal customers enjoy over 50 varieties of quarter-pound mountain cookies, from the classic chocolate chip, to sugar-dusted snickerdoodles and salty-sweet peanut butter. Shoppers with cravings for more substantial treats can stock up on cream-cheese brownies, 12-inch cookie cakes, and frosting-filled cookie sandwiches.

215 N College Ave
Fort Collins,
CO
US

Pubs earned their reputation as after-work watering holes filled with comforting drinks and food, but at Pappy's Corner Pub, this welcoming atmosphere isn’t limited to the hours after the whistle blows. Beginning at 7 a.m. every day, its chefs start cooking up breakfast items such as the Lucky 13, an epic feast of potatoes, three pancakes, three sausage patties, three strips of bacon, and three eggs any style.

At 1 p.m. the pub switches over to its regular menu, which includes a chili cheeseburger served open-faced and 1 pound of tater tots served on an equally delicious doctor's scale. As diners eat their fill, they can also take in entertainments such as trivia and live music, depending on the evening. No matter the day, daily drink specials and a generous assortment of bottled and draft beers fill pints until 2 a.m. each night.

1027 W Horsetooth Rd, Ste 1
Fort Collins,
CO
US

Inside the NoCo Ice Center arena, blades carve gracefully across the frozen expanse during spirited meetings ranging from Learn to Skate classes to adult hockey leagues. Casual skaters can show up any day of the week to rent skates and glide blissfully during open-skate sessions, or to learn how to manipulate the direction of a sliding stone during curling classes. When hockey players aren’t participating in league games or stare downs with the resident Zamboni driver, they can also stop by the arena for casual play during adult, youth, and father-son drop-in hockey times.

7900 Fairgrounds Ave.
Fort Collins,
CO
US