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 Blake Street Tavern
   Lodo

60 HD TVs, so you can bet on being able to catch any game here, or get your own game on at the   Underground Social, Blake Street’s basement game room where you'll find entertainment in the  form of darts, skee-ball, foosball, and more. Still not  convinced? Try the green chili which kicks  up the heat just enough and is perfect with a pitcher of cold beer.


 Jackson's Denver
   Lodo
No matter how the Rockies are playing (let’s not talk about that), the area around Coors Field is a hub for Denver sports bars. You can spend all night bar-hopping in Lodo, but don't skip this classic behemoth of a bar that’s been serving up game-day beer and eats since the Rockies' first game in 1995. A huge rooftop patio, tons of specials, and a location that  can't be beat make this a mandatory stop for any sports fan.

 Gibby's Big Backyard Sports Bar
   Aurora

 
Aurora often gets treated like Denver's black-sheep cousin, but don't be afraid to leave the 
 city limits and explore the Mile High's next-door neighbor, you might be surprised by what
 you find like Gibby's, a bar that's been open for over a decade, where you can catch the
 game on big HD TVs, play games like shuffleboard, and take advantage of ridiculously
 cheap food specials like Chicken Tuesdays, when you can score a  fresh, juicy Buffalo 
 chicken sandwich for just $5. There's even a bonus backyard that's home to two sand
 volleyball courts, horseshoes, fire pits, and frequent beer pong tournaments.  


 Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill
   Union Station

 Head to the heart of Downtown to find this expansive bar that’s got 52 beers on tap 
 (enough to keep you busy 'til the Super Bowl), and a state-of-the-art audio and video
 system so you won’t miss any of the action. The Thirsty Lion’s also got some game-day
 deals planned for the 2015-16 season, including the chance to win Broncos tickets.

 Govnrs Park Tavern
   Speer

 In 2016, this neighborhood staple will celebrate its 40th anniversary -- a sure sign that this 
 bar is doing something right. Maybe it’s the infamous happy hour deals that last 'til 7pm
 (they’re available late night from 10pm-1am, too) and include two-for-one wells, drafts,
 Long Islands, margaritas, and house wines. But beyond the cheap booze, Govnr’s has got
 that certain we’ve-got-our-act-together attitude that only comes after decades of
 experience, meaning you get to enjoy a beer and the game with no BS on the side.

 Hayter's & Co.
   Lodo

 Another popular Lodo spot for sports with a large rooftop patio, Hayter’s is the place to go if
 you like a little party with your game-watching. Regular DJs mean there’s plenty of energy
 here, and this bar has got the most beer pong tables in Lodo so you can get in on some
 friendly competition of your own.

 
The Fainting Goat
   The Golden Triangle

 This place is three stories of good times waiting to be had with darts, pool, plenty of TVs, a
 rooftop bar and patio, and food that’s far better than most bar fare. With an Irish-inspired
 edge, you can munch on dishes like Irish nachos while catching the game -- and if you’re
 lucky, you’ll also catch happy hour for $5 snacks and cheap drink deals.


 Ester's Neighborhood Pub
   Virginia Village
 
 Denver's got a lot of trendy up-and-coming neighborhoods. Virginia Village isn't one of
 those. It's mostly a quiet, residential neighborhood where options for going out once only
 included a handful of dive bars. But now, Ester's is reviving the neighborhood one beer
 cocktail at a time. Of course the huge craft beer selection, plus a back room that's made for
 game time thanks to a separate bar and plenty of TVs (including two 80" screens), don't hurt
 either.

 Cherry Cricket
   Southeast - Cherry Creek

  Sports bars aren’t really known for their food, but at the Cherry Cricket, you can get one 
 of the best burgers in town while you cheer on your team. This place is more than just
 another bar with TVs and greasy eats, it’s a Denver institution. So come early, grab a table,
 and settle in for some Mile High good times.


 The Tavern
  
Multiple Locations

 No matter which location you head to, the Tavern always always has high energy on game day
 with drink specials, a big outdoor patio, and a rooftop bar and lounge where you'll always have a
 great view of the action. Plus, with so many locations, you won't even need to leave your
 neighborhood to get in on the party.

 Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
  
Five Points

 Are you a whiskey drinker? Then this should be your first and only stop on game day. Over 90
 whiskeys that you can sample in flights and cocktails, plus homestyle eats like the seriously
 addictive pork wings, will have you coming back to this post-Prohibition-inspired bar week after
 week. And don't forget to say hi to Bartholomew, the bar's buffalo (head) mascot that guards the
 stairway to the rooftop patio.


 Jake's Food & Spirits
 
 Rino

 RiNo is home to some of the newest, trendiest spots in Denver, but if you want to catch a
 game, Jake’s is a haven for anyone looking to escape the often overly popular outposts in
 the area. The wings are a must-order, and the recently made-over patio brings even more
 TVs just in time for football season.


 
Noonan's
    Aurora

 There's no need to head Downtown for a good time on game day when this neighborhood 
 favorite is around. Noonan's is a pretension-free zone where the staff is all about making sure
 you’re having a good time. Officially, it's the bar that serves Heather Ridge Golf Course, but for
 those in the know, it's a go-to for nights out thanks to regular theme nights (luau poker night, or
 karaoke, anyone?) and killer food and drink specials.


 
Viewhouse
    Downtown

 If there ever was a game-watching HQ in Denver, ViewHouse might just be a it. More complex
 than restaurant, this Ballpark behemoth boasts three levels, a rooftop patio, a huge lawn with
 dining cabanas and corn hole, and dozens of hi-def flatscreens to ogle every detail of the game.
 Of course, in addition to the adult playground amenities, you can also enjoy great drinks and food
 while you watch. During games, score $3 Coor Light drafts, $5 Colorado Buffalo Gold craft drafts,
 and a few different $5 Jim Beam cocktails, plus prizes and giveaways. If you’ve got a big party,
 order a platter for the table—from assorted veggies and tacos, to wings, to The Tailgater with
 sliders and prosciutto-wrapped mozzarella sticks.

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