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The Bark Bar: Join your friends and their dogs for a beer

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Want to go out for a few drinks but feel guilty about leaving your dog at home? Toss your worries and grab the leash, The Bark Bar is officially open. A brand-new dog park/bar concept in the Highlands, the bright and spacious Bark Bar has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a patio and 4,000 square foot fenced off-leash dog park.

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The creation of dog lover Catherine Peters, The Bark Bar offers a selection of over 80 craft beers with 12 on tap and a bold range of canned beers from Colorado and across the country. Prefer a Salty Dog? The full-service bar offers wine and spirits, with canine-themed cocktails like the Irish Wolfhound and Hot Buttered Rump.

If your pooch and his friends decide that you’re the designated driver, there’s also a coffee bar with snacks, baked goods, and free Wi-Fi. Patrons are welcome to order food delivery to the bar or bring take-out for lunch or dinner.

Guardians who want to hang outside with their pals can sip a beer on the comfortable patio or on benches in the dog park, right in the middle of the fun. Shaded areas keep it cool in summer, heaters and blankets make it toasty in winter, and water bowls are provided so your dogs can have a drink right along with you.

The Bark Bar
4132 West 38th Avenue, Denver
(Two blocks east of Tennyson in the North Highland area)
Open Sunday—Thursday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to midnight.
BarkBarDenver.com
Connect with The Bark Bar on Facebook and Twitter

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