Denver has a lot to offer, but not everyone can find a place to go to and be entertained.
Whether you’re looking for something a bit more intimate, something a little more off the beaten path, or something that can be done in just about any weather, there are plenty of options for Denver locals.
Whether that’s the popular Cactus Bar, a beer garden or a movie theater, you can find some great spots in Denver that offer something for everyone.
Here’s a list of the best Denver attractions in the city, which will have you enjoying a movie in no time.
Downtown Denver’s CactusBar offers a great spot to watch movies.
(Denver Public Library)It’s been a while since we’ve covered Denver’s best local entertainment venues, but the Cactus bar has quickly become one of the city’s top destinations for cinema-goers.
It has a large movie screen, a theater that seats 2,000 and a bar with some of the most delicious food you’ll find in the area.
If you’re coming to Denver to watch some movie, this is the place to do it.
Cactus Bar offers a wide variety of movie screenings, from classics like Pulp Fiction to obscure gems like The Big Lebowski.
The bar has a great variety of movies and shows and the staff is very helpful when it comes to helping you find what you want.
It’s also a great place to catch a movie when it’s not too busy.
The Cactusbar also has a huge movie screen with a projector, a projector couch and a projector screen.
(Cactusbar)The Cucaracha Cinema in downtown Denver has been a fixture in the neighborhood since the 1950s.
It offers a large, well-appointed movie screen and a great selection of films, including classic movies like The Maltese Falcon and The Wild Bunch.
It is a great venue for people who want to catch the newest films.
Located on Broadway, this theater is a must-see for people coming from out of town.
It features the best film selections available, including classics like The Muppets, The Exorcist, The Silence of the Lambs, and many more.
It also has multiple screens of classic films like Gone with the Wind, The Blues Brothers, and more.
If you’re interested in a little entertainment, try the new Cucatas B-Movie.
It gives you a good view of the screen and seats about 3,000 people, which is plenty of seating for most of the movie.
This Cucatanas B Movie offers a fantastic view of a movie screen.
The B-movie has a theater seat capacity of about 3.5 million people.
(B-Movie)If you want something a tad more intimate than a movie at the Cucas, you might want to head to the Red Barn Cinema.
Located in the former home of the Red Rooster, this cinema has a movie-screen experience like no other.
You can sit inside and watch a movie on the big screen or sit in the back, which gives you even more seating.
The theater has an extensive selection of movies, which includes classic films such as The Jazz Singer, A Christmas Carol, and the original Sin City.
If that’s not enough, the theater has a full bar and a full kitchen.
It makes for a great night out with a great view.
Red Barn Cinema is located at 1701 Broadway, Denver, CO 80207.
(Red Barn)The last Denver movie theater that we checked out was the Red Door Cinema.
It opened in 1961 and was home to a theater with a seating capacity of over 6,000.
If there was one thing that would make a Red Door better than any other theater, it would be the movie screen!
This theater has the best movie selection in Denver and has multiple movie screens of films like The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Gone with a Little Help from My Friends, and The Rocky.
If it wasn’t for the popcorn, this movie would be a top-notch popcorn movie experience.
Another good Red Door movie theater is the West End Cinemas, located in the West Denver neighborhood.
It opens in March, and is one of Denver’s most popular movie theaters.
If the movie theater isn’t enough to keep you entertained, there is a large bar with a beer and wine garden that serves up great beer and cocktails.
The West End Cinema is a wonderful spot to catch movies, and you can also find popcorn and soda on-site, so you can enjoy the great movie-watching experience without a full stomach.