P S Lounge

★★★★★

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I walked here with my fiance and entered the completely empty bar at approximately 3:15 pm today (Tuesday). The bartender (manager?) was sitting by himself as we walked in. Today is a sunny day, and I am sure to have a slight case of

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★★★★★

I walked here with my fiance and entered the completely empty bar at approximately 3:15 pm today (Tuesday). The bartender (manager?) was sitting by himself as we walked in. Today is a sunny day, and I am sure to have a slight case of

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Perhaps the best bar on East Colfax. A quiet and intimate atmosphere with a diverse clientele and excellent bartenders. The owner Pete, a dour but friendly Greek man, buys the first shots and gives a rose to all the ladies who come in the door, often hitting on them in a very charming and non-threatening way. He also keeps the bums and derelicts of East Colfax out, giving the P.S. Lounge a relative atmosphere of class in one of Denver's sleaziest neighborhoods. Most of the customers are locals there for a quiet night out, and raucous parties or fights are rarely seen. The drinks are standard in both price and strength. The bartenders are both beautiful and brainy, making them a pleasure to interact with. It's a cash-only bar (it is still East Colfax, after all), so don't bother bringing your credit card. Pizza can be bought from the adjacent restaurant, and there is a pool table and jukebox - on the point of the jukebox, it's one of the worst I've ever seen, loaded with utterly standard and uninteresting fare, though nowhere's perfect.

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★★★★★

Perhaps the best bar on East Colfax. A quiet and intimate atmosphere with a diverse clientele and excellent bartenders. The owner Pete, a dour but friendly Greek man, buys the first shots and gives a rose to all the ladies who come in the door, often hitting on them in a very charming and non-threatening way. He also keeps the bums and derelicts of East Colfax out, giving the P.S. Lounge a relative atmosphere of class in one of Denver's sleaziest neighborhoods. Most of the customers are locals there for a quiet night out, and raucous parties or fights are rarely seen. The drinks are standard in both price and strength. The bartenders are both beautiful and brainy, making them a pleasure to interact with. It's a cash-only bar (it is still East Colfax, after all), so don't bother bringing your credit card. Pizza can be bought from the adjacent restaurant, and there is a pool table and jukebox - on the point of the jukebox, it's one of the worst I've ever seen, loaded with utterly standard and uninteresting fare, though nowhere's perfect.

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The PS has long since been sans-Crystal, but the good bartenders remain. Rachel brings them in, Whitney remembers all their names and what they drink. Anika, well is an enigma unto herself. I suppose Pete only hires the dazzling beauties, and some, like Whitney, have brains as well. Come see this hidden gem!

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★★★★★

The PS has long since been sans-Crystal, but the good bartenders remain. Rachel brings them in, Whitney remembers all their names and what they drink. Anika, well is an enigma unto herself. I suppose Pete only hires the dazzling beauties, and some, like Whitney, have brains as well. Come see this hidden gem!

Pros: Prices, atmosphere, Whitney

Cons: none really

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This place is alright.... Kind of like your grandmother's den in the 70's with your white trash cousins behind the bar.

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★★★☆☆

This place is alright.... Kind of like your grandmother's den in the 70's with your white trash cousins behind the bar.

 

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