2376 15th Street
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 455-9991
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Food: Yes
Live Music: No
Hours: Monday—Saturday 11am-2am
Type of Bar: Pub
What to Order: A craft beer or classic cocktail
Why You Should Go: This classic bar is a mainstay for Denver natives and is a throwback to another time—when bars were quiet places you went to talk to friends and strangers.

My Brother's Bar in Denver, CO, is a vanishing breed. There are no TV's, no computers or wifi, and no digital cash registers. They play classical music and actually talk to you when you sit at the bar.

1000 Osage Street
Denver, CO 80204
(303) 534-9505
http://www.buckhorn.com

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Food: Yes
Live Music: Yes
Hours: Monday—Thursday 11am-9pm, Friday 11am-10pm, Saturday—Sunday 5pm-10pm
Type of Bar: Saloon
What to Drink: Buffalo Bill Cody Cocktail
Why You Should Go: Western saloon with colorful history including Teddy Roosevelt (always fun), and great Western lore.

The Buckhorn Exchange in Denver, CO, was opened as a saloon and restaurant in 1893. The place is like a museum to Denver's wild west past, mostly due to its founder, Henry Zietz.

26 West Division St.
Chicago, IL 60610
(312) 642-7251
http://www.originalmothers.com

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Food: No
Live Music: Sometimes, typically a DJ
Hours: Sunday—Friday 8pm-4am, Saturday 8pm-5am
Type of online casino Bar: Nightclub
What to Drink: Schlitz, Adios Motherfucker (AMF)
Why You Should Go: One of the fi rst venues for Cream, the Velvet Underground and other milestone bands.

Mother's Nightclub is one of the original nightclubs from the 1960's. Mother's has seen some of the most influential bands of the 60's and 70's on it's stage, including Cream, the Velvet Underground and Chicago.

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