Where to Celebrate Thanksgiving Eve in Denver

Where to Celebrate Thanksgiving Eve in Denver

Arguably the biggest drinking night of the year, Thanksgiving Eve is your chance to get out and have fun before you settle in with the fam for a big dinner on Thursday. Where to party? Check out our list of specials, events and happenings all over Denver.

Appaloosa Grill: Live music with GogoLad and regular happy hours from 3–6 PM and 10 PM–midnight.

Atomic Cowboy: Open through 2 AM with Fat Sully’s pizza.

The Corner Office:
Turkey Time Machine 80s party with Jell-O shots, spiked teas, 80s music and food specials.

Dazzle: Jazz Jam for Hurricane Sandy Relief party at 7 PM with live music and $10 suggested donation.

Ernie’s: Offering $4 house-infused whiskey cocktails and $2 off all whiskey.

Fado Irish Pub: Open through 2 AM with pub trivia and cash prizes that include free beers, along with several drink deals.

1515 Restaurant: $4 Long Island Iced Teas and $4 well drinks, plus drawings for Nuggets tickets all night.

Goosetown Tavern: Open through 2 AM with $6 PBR plus Jameson shots.

Lola: Live music from Barley Mob from 9 PM–close.

Polished Tavern: Buy one carafe of infused vodka, get second for half price; two-for-one pierogies all night.

Renegade Brewing Company: Open 3–10 PM with $3 pints of 5:00 Afternoon Ale.

Rioja: Bar stays open an extra hour, until 11 PM, with new fall cocktails including Cider Rules and Pear-abnormal.

Slice Works: Open late through 2 AM with happy hour from 4–6 PM and 11 PM–1 AM.

Sobo 151 Bar & Grill: Special edition karaoke party.

Sputnik: Party with a live DJ.

Photo via Flickr user casey.reynolds


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