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Top bar recommendations from locals

Steakhouse
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“This place is a higher class restaurant. Great atmosphere, and sits in the foothills.”
  • 17 locals recommend
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“A local vibe Mexican restaurant with a rooftop patio. The food isn't amazing but a pre- redrocks stop there for giant margaritas has always been fun!”
  • 17 locals recommend
Dive Bar
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“Live music many nights a week, sports when games are on, lots of locals having fun, inexpensive drinks, awesome outdoor patio.... what is not t o love about this bar? ”
  • 5 locals recommend
Bottle Shop
“The biggest and coolest liquor store around, with alcohol from all over the world.”
  • 6 locals recommend
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“This restaurant is on the way to Denver. Folks usually go for special occasions.”
  • 7 locals recommend
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“Great happy hour, 2$ craft beer, and pool tables, as well as awesome food and a nice environment.”
  • 6 locals recommend
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“Cozy and welcoming family owned spot to savor a wine tasting and share small plates.”
  • 5 locals recommend
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“So romantic! Located up in the trees, string lights abound, enjoy the weather, sit outside and drink some beer or wine!”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“The Sit N Bull is the local watering hole. It's a consummate dive/biker bar: affordable, strong drinks, and pub fare. The Sit N Bull has a rotating schedule of live music and karaoke. This is a fun spot for cheap drinks, but not with kids!”
  • 3 locals recommend
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“Established in 1874, this gateway town to the Front Range, is an excellent excursion for killing time if you are too early for check in. There are several great restaurants and fun shopping. Try the Morrison Inn for Tex-Mex cuisine and look for the napkin on the wall my husband drew of the kitchen staff over 25 years ago:). Roof Top Bar is a great stop to rest the feet and grab a snack. Morrison is a hop, skip and a jump to Dinosaur Ridge, The Morrison Natural History Museum (where they have discovered a new species of Brontosaurus) or Dinosaur Ridge. For a day trip adventure, start in Morrison and then wind your way up Hwy 74 out of Morrison to Evergreen, Co. From there use Maps or Waze to guide you to Conifer where you can stock up on groceries and supplies before heading to the cabin. (make sure you understand where you are going! Cell service gets spotty in the canyons!) Or try this trip the other way around and have breakfast at The Cow Eatery!”
  • 30 locals recommend
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“Mouthwatering gourmet burgers and ice cold Colorado craft beer in a family friendly atmosphere. Locally owned with local burgers, bread, and many more ...”
  • 3 locals recommend
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  • 1 local recommends
Café
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“Nearby coffee shop. The people are always so friendly and you can take a good nature walk. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Sushi- when you want it you want it - and this place has never disappointed. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Bottle Shop
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“Rotating microbrews, basic chow, pub games & sports on TV in a rough-&-ready neighborhood joint.”
  • 2 locals recommend