Where to Drink this Week: Local 46

February 20th, 2014 Posted by Denver 1 comment

For dogs too!

Local 46

At the end of Tennyson Street, at 46th, just across from Berkeley Lake Park, sits the Local 46 Bar. Seemingly dark and uninhibited when looking from the outside, in actuality, the bar itself is lively with nightly entertainment and events with a biergarten located just next door. However, perhaps one of the most alluring aspects of this establishment is that patrons are allowed to bring their doggie friends into the bar with them for a drink or two. Located behind the biergarten is a dog run with “tie up” choices so guests can play ping-pong and other yard games in the biergarten. One may think it might be unclean to allow dogs in such an establishment, however, dogs are to remain leashed and under close supervision at all times while in the bar area, and are not allowed in the biergarten area, only in the dog run as an observer.

Local 46

Aside from just being a dog friendly establishment, the bar itself is a great place to gather with friends, and attend one of the many community-supported events. On Sunday, from noon-4PM, Local 46 hosts Family Fandango!, an event for families to enjoy arts and crafts while snacking and listening to fun kid music, and of course, adults have the choice of enjoying an alcoholic beverage, because it is Sunday! The bar’s extremely fair happy hour consists of three-dollar drafts, wells, and house wines, Monday-Friday from 2-6PM with additional drink specials nightly from 6PM-Close.  Be sure to check out this fun bar with friends, family or doggies!

Local 46 Bar is located at 4586 Tennyson St., Denver, CO 80212

(720) 524-3792

Winter Hours: Monday-Friday 2PM-2AM, Saturday-Sunday Noon-2AM

Happy Hour: Monday-Friday 2-6PM

Nightly Drink Specials: 6PM-2AM

Now for the foodie trivia question to see how educated of a foodie you really are!

In what part of Germany did biergartens originate?

The answer to last Friday’s blog question: What does GMO stand for? Answer: Genetically Modified Organisms!

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