8 Restaurants and Bars to Cheer on the Broncos at This Season

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What’s orange and blue and won the Super Bowl last year? We all know the answer: the Denver Broncos. And now is the start of another Sunday watching, group cheering, game-day snack eating football season. Cheer our team on (or whoever you are rooting for) with a good drink in hand and lots of fellow fans at these local football-bar-like digs. This list of eight includes some of the best.

Blake Street Tavern
2301 Blake St.

This tavern is considered just as much of a Broncos bar as it is a CU Buffs fan bar. Each table is equipped with Soundog wireless speakers. And, if you get bored during commercials, feel free to play a game of Golden Tee or any of their other many other games.

7th Avenue and Logan Street

Rated Denver’s No.1 neighborhood bar in 2014 and 2016 on the Denver A-List, this spot is absolutely worth a game-day get together. The well-known as Denver’s Chicago Bears bar has free parking and $4.5 23 ounce Coors Light and Dos Equis, $4 Coors Light aluminum pints, $18 buckets of aluminum pints (five per bucket), $4 Jim Beam, $5 Jameson, brunch specials and a bloody mary bar  from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. as game specials.

Icehouse Tavern
1801 Wynkoop St.

The Icehouse in LoDo has Denver sports team specials like Football Sundays, featuring $4 bloody marys and mimosas or $3 screwdrivers, cape cods and greyhounds during brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for those early Sunday games. For the rest of the weekend, check out their happy hour 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., including $2 domestic drafts, $1 off all other drafts, $3 wells, $4 wines and house margaritas and $5 appetizers.

1520 20th St.

Watch any game at Jackson’s with their 40-inch high-definition flat screens and $5 Bud or Bud Light pitchers during NFL games; $7 Coors Light pitcher specials for college football. After the game, stay and dance—this place turns into a late-night hot spot.

Stoney’s Bar & Grill
1111 Lincoln St.

At Stoney’s Bar and Grill, great game watching means having your favorite, specially price drink in hand. For all NFL games, Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays this bar and grill has $4 Jack Daniels and Jack Daniels’ Tennessee Honey, Tuaca, Southern Comfort, SoCo bold black cherry and Herradura Silver, and $5 Herradura margaritas and a Finlandia bloody mary bar. Beer specials feature $3.50 Coors and Coors Light and $4.50 Blue Moon. A well-known Oklahoma Sooners bar, Stoney’s also offers Shiner Bock for just $3.50 for college football on Saturdays.

Tstreet Roadhouse
445 S Teller St., Lakewood

Looking for a place to watch outside of the city? Head on over to Tstreet Roadhouse, a modern suburban foodie joint with community tables, an open bar and lounge area, all with TVs close by, of course. Specials include $2 barbecue pork tacos, $4 mahi-mahi fish tacos with mango papaya salsa and apple-fennel slaw, $6 margarita flatbread pizza and $8 potato chip nachos with homemade potato chips, pork carnitas, barbecue sauce, creamy onion horseradish, Swiss and provolone cheese, green onions and pico de gallo. Drink specials include $2 Coors Lights, $3 Jack Daniels, Jack Honey and Jack Fire and $4 Herradura Silver margaritas. Oh, and each youngster gets a toy as they walk in.

ViewHouse Centennial
7101 S Clinton St., Centennial

ViewHouse in DTC has the largest indoor TV not inside a sports arena in their bar for sports fans. Game specials include $3 Coors Light drafts, or buckets of five for $15, and $5 Colorado craft drafts. They also give away food, drinks and prizes weekly.

Wazee Supper Club
1600 15th St.

Experience this historic Wazee’s locale at the bar or in one of their comfy retro booths. $2 Polidori meatball sliders, $4 chicken wings, $6 pretzel bites and queso, and their famous $8 10-inch pepperoni pizza, their 128-ounce Mondo pitcher for just $17, along with $2 Coors Lights, $3 Jack Daniels and $4 Z margaritas are all on the game day menu.

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