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Hamburger Mary’s (700 East 17th Avenue) A small chain of 12 restaurants, Hamburger Mary’s hosts Drag Queen Bingo, Mary-oke, and Dream Girls Cabaret Drag Shows. Genderqueer, butch, femme, and everything in between.
Mary’s is definitely a fun place to start off a night on the town. Rock Bar (3015 East Colfax Avenue) I have to laugh as I type this.
DATE sponsors the Gay and Lesbian Tennis Association’s Rocky Mountain Open every year and their season runs May through August. Fun fact: I’m writing this article at their outside patio with my dog right now!
Denver Gay and Lesbian Flag Football League Twenty teams (that’s 280 slots! Denver Bicycle Café (1308 East 17th Avenue) The cutest girls work here.
We made it our mission to seek out all the cool queer hangouts in Denver and now I’m here to share that all that knowledge with you.
Its parent restaurant, Mountain Sun (and sibling restaurant Southern Sun) is located in Boulder.Sputnik (3 South Broadway) Are you a queer lady who loves hipsters? It’s got cheap drinks, tasty appetizers and the very best people watching. Most people hear it and think of the Santa Fe Art District Art Walk, a beautiful, artsy evening filled with galleries and artists. Rock Bar is so dingy and gross at 8 pm that you’d question even going in but I swear to you, after a few beers and a few hour’s time, Rock Bar transforms into a super secret awesome queer dance party!It’s in a pretty cool part of town and there’s a photo booth too, so come prepared to say cheese! When the LGBTQ community hears it, we think of Tracks. There are different rooms for different tastes: 80’s, rap, and Top 40 and a even twinkly-lit smoker’s patio (with its own bar! It’s an odd mix of super straight frat bros and queers though, so if you’re not into that don’t go there.It’s your basic American burger joint with the flavor turned way up.
Racines (650 Sherman Street) Racines is a Denver staple, located off of Speer Boulevard right outside of downtown.Cute patio with heat lamps for the fall in a cute neighborhood. Paris on the Platte (1553 Platte Street) I assume all people love cheese the way I do, so I’m going to point out that they have a killer cheese plate selection.