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Top 3 Bars in Niwot

March 3rd, 2020

1. 1914 House Set in a two story historic building in Old Town Niwot, 1914 House is focused on sustainable food made from scratch as well as a wide selection of drinks to try in their bar or in their private dining area. Drinks to try: Royal Vesper empress 1908 gin, hanger one rose vodka, lillet blanc, house lavender syrup Railcar finlandia grapefruit vodka, hand-squeezed grapefruit, lime, house rosemary syrup Niwot’s Curse knob creek rye, spanish vermouth, leopold bros. tart cherry liqueur, cinnamon bitters 2. Niwot Tavern Niwot Tavern is a local favorite with a great happy... Read More

PokéBar Pop-Up Has Been Cancelled

September 28th, 2019

A planned Pokémon theme pop-up bar was supposed to occur in Denver on Sunday, but has been shut down due to licensing issues with Nintendo. The bar was supposed to offer burgers that were decorated to look like Pokémon and drinks inspired by the franchise. Tickets were $45. The event has been rescheduled for November 3rd, however it will change to a generically named “The Monster Brunch” with “a themed burger and trivia brunch.” This has presumably been done to avoid any further conflict with Nintendo, who owns the Pokémon brand. People who have already purchased tickets... Read More

Grab a Brew & View Mayweather vs. McGregor

August 25th, 2017

Throw back some brews and get pumped up for the big fight this Saturday night! We all know what I’m talking about – Conor McGregor v.s. Floyd Mayweather. It’s a boxing match for the ages that we’re all anxiously awaiting to see. Who will win? Mayweather, the undefeated longtime pro-boxer, or McGregor, the Irish charmer/MMA master? I guess we’ll have to wait and see; but where is a fan to watch the Mayweather/McGregor showdown in Boulder? Well, after spending tedious amounts of time calling the most prominent bars in Boulder, I realized the hard way, that watching boxing fights is just... Read More

The Rayback Community

August 18th, 2017

Ask me one of my go-to spots to grab a beer in Boulder – I’d say the Rayback Collective every time, and not just because of Mountain Monday’s (All Upslopes=$4). Not only does it have 30 taps, but you are flooded with good vibes the second you enter the park. Known as Boulder’s Backyard, the Rayback is an old warehouse converted into a bar, which opens up into a food truck park. The park is a quick bike ride for North Boulderites, just off the Goose Creek bike path. The food trucks are on a rotating schedule, but they keep you updated @therayback. Sounds pretty amazing, doesn’t it? Well,... Read More