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Horseshoe Lounge Denver

2 Reviews

Sub Category:
Pool Halls , Lounges ,

Horseshoe Lounge
414 E 20th Ave
Denver 80205
Neighborhood: Northwest, Curtis Park,

URL : www.thehorseshoelounge.com


In 2006, the Horseshoe Lounge was conceived as a neighborhood bar where a guy or a gal could grab a beer, watch the game, lounge around n comfortable chairs, and play pool without feeling like they had really left home. The centerpiece is the 30 foot shotgun bar, the surface of which is composed of 23,000 with dice, coated with a thin layer of resin.

Horseshoe Lounge Denver
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Reviews for "Horseshoe Lounge Denver"

Mar 5, 2010

Horseshoe is a fun neighborhood bar

My satisfaction with the Horseshoe Lounge extends beyond just the service. Other positives of the Horseshoe is a substantial beer selection for drafts, bottles, and cans, the music was awesome all night, and the crowd was much more to my taste than what I find at most dive or LoDo Bars. here's only one pool table in the joint, but there really isn't much room for another, as they've decked out the place in fabulously kitschy vintage furniture - including a comfy couch made of that awesome fake-velvet material from the 70's. The juke box, or music selector thingy (I'm old, so sue me), is not bad and has a decent collection of music. We all gathered at the 'Shoe to watch the World Cup match between USA and England. There were great drinks specials, which of course is always an enticing and desired quality in any establishment. Several beers on tap, mostly domestic. Although I didn't hang out near the bar except to grab a drink, the bar side of the 'Shoe was very comfy and chill. The drinks are wonderfully inexpensive, both during happy hour and not. There is always one really cool bartender and one ahole, but I think that is true of most downtown bars. The menu is primarily pizzas, so I took a pass on that and stuck with the brew. There are fantastic old couches around, the thrift store kind that you sit on and practically sink to the floor in. The lamps are wonderfully garage-sale-style and you really feel more like you are in someone's basement or garage than in a bar. We would have asked them to make the music a touch lower, but I'm usually the one enlisted to make such requests, and I had already made a gross remark to a bartender/id-checker guy, so I thought my rogue mouth drew enough attention for one night.

Mar 9, 2010

Deliciously seasoned food ...

The Horseshoe is the where folks who live and work in Uptown hang when they want to be with "real people". They offer great happy hour prices and there actually is a menu if you ask. Over the last year or two this place has really changed from sort of a too cool to be at to if you're here that's cool vibe. Cultures, lifestyles, ideas, and people all clash and collide at the 'shoe, which makes this place special. One of my favorite bars in Denver and my favorite neighborhood bar by far. Laid back, no-frills kind of place that still manages to pull off a funky, well-decorated bar with a friendly staff and a great food menu. Cheap PBR and nice variety of beers on tap, infused vodka, and daily drink specials are just another reason I love this place. Their pizzas are delicious AND they have three different styles of tater tots (yes, tater tots). Their plain tots are actually my favorite -- simple, crispy, and deliciously seasoned.

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