Top Ten Bars to Watch the Broncos Game

Sunday mark’s the Denver Bronco‘s first game of the season. Denver love’s their football team, so we’ve compiled a list of the best bars in Denver for enjoying the game.

1. Stoney’s Bar & Grill

1111 Lincoln Street

“Whether you are looking to watch a football game, soccer, basketball, X Games, or just to play a friendly game of cornhole, Stoney’s has you covered. We have 31 HD TV’s & two 120 inch projection screens & a stage to watch your favorite local bands.”2772127624_386a0a9028_o

2. Sports Column

1930 Blake Street

“We are located in the heart of LoDo just steps away from Coors Field. Come on in, grab a seat, put your feet up, relax, and let us take care of you. Offering a full menu served until 12pm Sunday-Thursday & 1am Friday & Saturday, an outdoor rooftop patio, a plethora of HD flat and big screen televisions, excellent service, and great food and drink specials.”

3. The Cherry Cricket

2641 E 2nd Avenue

“We’ve always been the Black Sheep of Cherry Creek. From Mary Zimmerman’s trucker bar of the 1950’s to famed Bernard Duffy’s prime rib and neon icon of the 1960’s to Eli McGuire’s beer and burger joint of the 1990’s, this place has changed hands often but never wavered. During his Wynkoop Brewing Company days, our Governor, John Hickenlooper, was an owner. To this day, our friends are loyal and number in the thousands.”

4. Chopper’s Sports Grill

80 S. Madison Street

“Chopper’s is proud of the food we put in front of you. We take “homemade” to heart and believe that there is no substitute for food made fresh and no reason to drink beers from beyond our state borders. Our Burger’s unique blend of Angus chuck, short rib and brisket is ground especially for us, making it one of the richest and most unique char-broils you’ll find around. Our potato chips are cut and cooked right here. About the only thing we don’t do is brew our own beer. Luckily, we have 100 Colorado neighbors that do, offering one of the best selections of Colorado craft beers you’ll find anywhere. From car garage to Colorado crafts, this building has been bringing you the best for over fifty years!”

5. Blake Street Tavern

2301 Blake Street

“Our menu provides various award-winning options and our craft beer list would make any tailgate spread jealous!  If you miss playing tailgate games with your best friends, don’t worry, we’ve got cornhole boards, darts, skeeball lanes, and much, much more! Between our 60 HD TVs, 18,000 sq. ft. of big fun, and our dedication to bringing you the best, most friendly service possible, we continue to strive to bring our patrons the best sports bar atmosphere in Denver!”

6. The Tavern (Downtown or Uptown)

1949 Market Street | 538 E 17th Avenue

“We are a family owned and operated proud Colorado company founded in Denver in 1997. Each Tavern uniquely takes on the flavor and personality of the neighborhood in which it resides. Amenities weaving a common thread through all locations include spacious yet cozy lounges, fireplaces, outdoor patios, numerous HD TVs and high-end architectural features.”

lReF37. Highland Tap & Burger

2219 W 32nd Ave

“Highland Tap & Burger is truly a Colorado-born business. And, since opening in 2010, we’ve strived to create an experience that encompasses everything we love about Colorado life. We’ve created a comfortable, casual, contemporary atmosphere with an inviting indoor dining area and a spacious patio so our guests can enjoy a sunny afternoon or a chilly Colorado evenings. Here at the Tap, our friendly, fun staff makes everyone feel completely at home, whether they are dining alone or with a large party, regulars or first-timers.”

8. Bull & Bush Brewery

4700 E Cherry Creek S Drive

“But most of all it’s you, the loyal customers, that have made The Bull & Bush one of Colorado’s most revered landmarks. As Dale once put it, ‘This is what it’s all about if you’re in the tavern business. Fresh beer, the music, the camaraderie and friendship. Most restaurants, you might go in there once a year. Here you come in once a month, once a week… even once a day.'”

9. Governor’s Park Tavern

672 Logan Street

“Govnr’s Park has been an integral part of Capitol Hill since 1976. We are mostly known for our crazy 2-4-1 happy hour and just recently our awarded  title of Denver’s Best Neighborhood Bar. We love local! We always strive to buy locally and will always support Colorado companies first. We have hosted two Governor’s acceptance speeches, helped start the Governor’s Cup Run and have been the favorite gathering place for all our neighbors for over 35 years.”

10. Yard House

1555 Court Place

“If you’ve been to a Yard House, you know there’s an unmistakable energy to the place – an excitement that you feel the moment you walk in the door. So we turned our cameras loose to try to capture that spirit. Check out the experience that define us – because more than beer, more than
classic rock, more than delicious food, even more than a brand – We are Yard House!”