Denver’s Best Blues Bar

with Authentic Southern Roots

 

Lincoln's Roadhouse

In an unassuming building on an unassuming corner is the best blues bar in Denver. Almost every night, live music fills the cozy tavern that resembles a musical center from way down south on the Bayou. As you sit back and listen to that Southern blues sound, you can sip upon a Southern Mint Julep, the cocktail of choice in much of the Southern U.S., or be taken to a southern fantasy land with a Southern Comfort liquor of your choice.

Through the tavern’s wooden, hobbit-like door, you will enter into the vision come to life of Lincoln Roadhouse’s owner Jim Bob, a rather Southern looking fellow who will greet you with a smile and a pat on the back, welcoming you to his bar. Filled with a crowd any and every time of the day, Lincoln’s Roadhouse is spaced in order to provide you with the opportunity to be in as intimate or communal of a setting as you so desire.

Happy hour not only features specially priced drinks, including such Colorado classic brews as Fat Tire, but also features half-priced appetizers. Sticking to its southern roots, you can pluck your way through fried pickles, fried mushrooms, or cajun popcorn (a.k.a. deep-fried crawfish tails) in between sips of Lincoln’s house red wine.

If some southern hospitality, comfort food, and refreshing beverages sounds enticing, head on down to Lincoln’s Roadhouse located near Washington Park this evening, April 9th, in order to hear the “Eric Boa Blues Jam.” Then, spread the word that you found the best blues bar in Denver tucked away on a corner off of old historic South Pearl St.

Lincoln’s Roadhouse is located at 1201 S. Pearl St. Denver CO 80210, Tel: 303-777-3700.