Planning an event in Denver? we have you covered with over 40 of the best event venues in the city no matter the occasion; Weddings, social gatherings, birthday parties, corporate holiday and events and more you will be sure to find the perfect location below
Mile High Station
Mile High Station was formerly the Midwest Steel and Ironworks building and at one time employed hundreds of Colorado craftsmen. As you can tell from the capacity size, the venue is huge. In fact, at one point in this venue’s history, large-scale ships were built inside of it. At this Denver event space you’ll find a large open floor plan with a mezzanine, kitchen, brick bar and updated amenities like plasma televisions.
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Washington Park Boathouse
The boathouse was recently renovated and now includes state-of-the-art technology you can add to your rental package. Known for its waterfront views, expansive flowerbeds, and broad landscape, this is one Denver venue you can’t miss. Note: Although they allow events to serve wine and beer, no hard alcohol is allowed on the premises. You’ll also need to bring your own licensed bartender.
Home to organic flower gardens and plenty of friendly critters, the Lyons Farmette offers outdoor spaces for events in the greater Denver area. They family-owned farm will often help supply fresh fruits and vegetables for events at their venue. Adults and children are welcome to pet the alpacas.
Seawell Ballroom makes their space easy to transform by offering customized floor plans, theatrical-grade lighting systems, and a variety of room drapings. Their other stand out features include oversized HD television sets and food & beverage service onsite. Tall ceilings and abundant floor space round out the experience at this Denver event venue.
Wash Park Studio
If you book your event at this location, you can expect to see lots of natural light, exposed red brick walls, hickory floors, and a large, open wood beam ceiling. Amenities include a fireplace, climate-control tools, and a sound system. Moreover, the Studio is located on streets with free parking and can be accessed via public transport—talk about convenience.
This mansion offers use of indoor and outdoor spaces for events—outdoor celebrations take place amongst a patch of forested land, giving this urban location a nature-centric focus. As you might expect, this mansion has plenty of marble columns, restored woodwork, and historical elements trivia fanatics will appreciate. They typically offer events seven hours of rental time with the option to add on more, as needed.
The Wright Room
This custom-furnished, modular space hosts events of all kinds. The Wright Room includes a lounge, a dining area, and a copper-topped bar. The floor-to-ceiling windows make it so nighttime event attendees can benefit from the starry view. The building itself was constructed in 1889 and has ties to brewpub pioneer, John W. Hickenlooper. The Wright Room hosts events from morning to night and can customize their menu accordingly.
The Butterfly Pavilion allows guests to hang out with actual, real butterflies. This indoor, tropical rainforest offers plenty of seating arrangement options as well as butterfly species from all over the world. While they host a good number of weddings, their site also boasts other events like children’s parties, options for catering, and onsite experts to give you the inside scoop on these colorful, floating creatures.
Founded by a husband and wife duo, this craft winery is named after a lovely golden retriever that was once their family pet. Bigsby’s Folly is characterized by its unique tasting rooms, tours, and custom blending sessions. They also serve food and offer different packages for beverage services. For that extra, personalized touch, event organizers have the option to customize the labels on wine bottles for the occasion.
With its European-inspired decor and multiple space facilities, this distillery is most famous for its gin and vodka selection. For event planners that choose the Archetype Distillery, the venue will include an advanced audio-visual system, a second bar, a catering and prep kitchen, and venue-prepared table set-ups. They have a preferred vendor list but you’re also welcome to bring your own.
The Soiled Dove Underground
The Soiled Dove Underground is an intimate concert venue underneath the Tavern Lowry. This Denver space offers three levels of tiered banquet serving, a dance floor (disco ball included), and large, full-service bar in the foyer with food menus ranging from casual to upscale. And, if you’re looking to boogey, they’ll provide an in-house DJ for your event.
Spas provide a space where guests can awaken their bodies, reduce pain, and relieve stress. If that’s the goal of your next event, Bergamia Spa, Apothecary, and Tea offers just that. Their menu includes many natural, holistic treatments, while offering sessions that can be booked for groups parties. Plus, this gender-inclusive gathering space is stocked with their own special teas and light snacks.
Union Station, a prominent fixture of the Denver cityscape, offers multiple opportunities for event hosting within their walls. Event planners can choose from seven different venues: Terminal Bar Beer Hall, Terminal Bar, Cooper Lounge, Shuffleboard Platform, The Great Hall, Terminal Bar on the Plaza, and the Gallery Level. Each offering its own unique personality and perks inside this impressive Denver venue.
New Belgium Brewing Company
The Denver location of this flagship brewery showcases small-batch and sour beers that can’t be tasted anywhere else. The 2,000 square foot facility uses real oak barrels for aging onsite. Their rooftop lounge known as The Woods also offer mountain views, cocktails, and a full-service restaurant with menu items created for beer pairing.
Hilton Garden Inn Denver Downtown Hotel
Located next to the convention center, this Hilton Garden Inn has access to the nearby light-rail system, providing a convenient location for any event. You can book rooms ranging in purpose from business meetings to cocktail hours to weddings. If you need help planning or executing your next event, their on-site team can coordinate menus, service, and setup the technological components for you.
The Irish Rover’s Limerick Room
Located inside the Irish Rover Pub, the Limerick Room is the ideal space for lunches, graduations, and cocktail parties alike. If you’re interested in adding an outdoor component to your space, they have a rooftop patio available and open for food and drinks. They typically serve brunch, dinner, and cocktail hours. They pride themselves on keeping a wide variety of traditional Irish liquors well-stocked behind the long oak bar. Bonus: There are no room fees.
This Denver event venue was built in 1874 and features hand-painted gold ceilings and Swarovski crystal chandeliers. This space has a dedicated stage area for live music—dancing is highly encouraged at Gallery 1874. For your convenience, event rentals like tables, chairs, linens, and technical equipment are all available. A dedicated catering manager will work with you to customize the menu as well to ensure your next event is a success.
Fox Street Compound
Serving as both a nonprofit resource center and art gallery, the Fox Street Compound aims to foster creativity and community among local Denver residents. As an organization, Fox Street provides local artists the resources they need to start and run the business side of their craft. For event organizers, The Compound offers a venue unlike any on this list.
Wands & Wishes Occasions
Definitely the most family-friendly option on our list, Wands & Wishes has something for kids of all ages. While they do offer their costumed princess performers for parties offsite, this party planning company has a location of their own. You can choose from princesses, fairies, adventure heroes, mermaids, and holiday characters to host activities and play games with younger guests. Their corporate and school events usually include fundraisers, movie-nights, cocktail parties, and family-friendly company picnics.
Church Ranch Event Center
In addition to its luxe interior, the Church Ranch Event Center has a forested garden area, ample green lawns, and fountain-filled pond. Booking this venue for your next event means you’ll get to take full advantage of their event coordinating team and bar. Not to mention, the indoor space is open air and sits in front of a spanning mountain range.
Great Divide Brewing Co.
Perfect for sports fans, the Field House Event Venue overlooks Denver’s most famous sporting arena. Their main space has an open floor plan and includes convenient perks, including 78 parking spaces and complete selection of electronic equipment for audio and visual presentations. The team at Field House welcomes outside caterers, but will gladly supply corn hole boards and even offer discounts for non-profit organizers.
Artwork Network’s mission statement is dedicated to helping all artists share their stories, cataloging their expression for future generations. Because of their emphasis on local culture, this Denver event venue provides a truly unique experience for those who want to show off hometown pride. They also offer an online marketplace so guests can purchase their favorites even after the event is over.
Molly Brown Summer House
This venue is named after none other than the famous Titanic heroine, anthropologist, and titular musical character, Molly Brown. If you plan your event at this venue, you’ll have access to nice add-ons, including smart screen TVs, BBQs, and white linens. Their grounds, deck, and patio spaces are all available. If you’d like to check it out ahead of time, schedule a guided tour with award-winning storyteller and venue expert, the actual granddaughter of Molly herself.
Crazy Mountain Brewery Speakeasy
If 12 taps of beer, a personal bartender, and unlimited draft sounds good for your event then Crazy Mountain Brewery premiere speakeasy is the venue for you. This Denver space has its own private entrance and features a rustic wood-log bar. Crazy Mountain Brewery is open seven days a week and regularly plays host to events like beer pairing dinners, birthday parties, and fundraisers.
Sophisticated Southern is the theme at Julep. This venue is the perfect combination of locally grown Denver produce and revamped home cooked meals. With a patio and mezzanine to boost, your attendees will be sure to enjoy backdrop views of the nearby mountains.
This family-owned winery focuses on providing Denver with traditionally handcrafted wines. Take note, their facilities do not use chemicals or sulfites in their products and offer tours of their process for those interested in natural wines. Conveniently, Balistreri’s has a tasting room and vineyard 10 minutes away from downtown Denver, ensuring commuting is easy and safe for attendees.
The Studios Denver
Built in 1918, the recently rebranded Studios Denver used to house a furnace manufacturing company and maintains its industrial vibe to this day. The space features exposed brick, contemporary decor, and corrugated garage doors that make for dramatic entrance ways. Patrons rave about the ease and flexibility of working with the venue itself, hosting a wide range of events, from weddings to non-profit fundraisers alike.
Villa Parker promotes the infusion of Tuscan culture with the Rockies. This Mediterranean estate features a grand entrance way with vibrant gardens outside and abundant archways inside the villa itself.
Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox
Inside this upscale gastropub featuring boudoir-style decor, the former brothel now hosts parties of 16 or more to host their private gatherings. The venue itself includes a bar, restaurant, concert space, and even a dance floor on the lower level that plays host to live music every week. Additionally, organizers have the option to choose from dinner, brunch, and happy hour options for their Denver event at Ophelia’s..
In late 2016, Adrift Tiki Bar was reopened under new ownership — the same real estate group that owns Little Man Ice Cream. The new and improved concept is focused on celebrating Polynesian culture with authenticity and respect. You’ll find a drink menu highlighting tiki classics and plates bursting with Polynesian and Hawaiian flavors. And best of all, Adrift is available for private parties! Contact their team to get more information about group rates.
Punch Bowl Social
At Punch Bowl Social, there’s no need to worry about adding entertainment to your party. With a bowling alley, dart boards, arcade games, shuffleboard, and karaoke — there is no shortage of things to do at Punch Bowl Social. Plan a private event at Punch Bowl Social, choosing from a variety of venues within the 27,000-square-foot building, including the full venue for a large event, the holiday lodge, the bowling alley, the mezzanine, or the dart room.
Host your party at this lively karaoke bar in the RiNo neighborhood for a night of fun, music and lots of laughs. Simply book a private suite at Voicebox for your group — and they’ll take care of the rest. Guests choose their song at vbsongs.com, selecting from a vast catalog of tracks. Each room is assigned a personal server, who will take food and drink orders, with both alcoholic and non-alcoholic options. Book your room for a fun experience, whether it’s a birthday, team outing, bachelor or bachelorette party, or a holiday party!
If you’ve been to Topgolf in Centennial (or any of its many locations across the country), you know this makes for a lively and entertaining environment — perfect for hosting a party. In addition to the 100+ climate-controlled hitting bays, full-service restaurants and bars, rooftop terrace with a firepit, game hall with arcade games, and 200 HDTVs, Topgolf has private event spaces and meeting rooms. For a smaller group, you can just rent a bay or two for a more cost-effective yet fun-filled evening!
Beatrice & Woodsley
No matter where you are in the space, Beatrice & Woodsley is a downright dreamy eatery. Hidden beneath the main dining room, the beautiful wine cellar is ideal for private occasions. The award-winning artistry of the restaurant is translated to a cozy and intimate space complete with an eclectic wine library. This gorgeous room can accommodate up to 28 people, but the entire restaurant is available for private dining as well. Fill out a private event request form to start planning your dream event at Beatrice & Woodsley.
This airy and modern Italian eatery in Jefferson Park is worth a visit, whether or not you’re throwing a party. With seasonally based ingredients comprised into delicious Italian dishes presented in many courses, Sartos offers an elevated experience for guests. You can rent out their Verona room for private parties of 22 for a seated dinner or up to 30 for a cocktail setup. Three-course menu options start at just $35 per person. If you have a larger party, you can rent out the entire restaurant for up to 70 people!
The Source truly has it all — including independent retail shops, award-winning restaurants, and 100 design-forward hotel rooms. Plus, the Source Hotel offers 2,300 square feet of dedicated on-site event space, including a 250-square-foot room on the rooftop perfect for private dinners or a conference room. The event space is situated just off the market hall and features large roll-up garage doors, polished concrete floors, and 23-foot ceilings. With cocktail bars and eateries just steps away, this location creates a lively environment for guests to mingle and explore the many offerings at the Source.
Bacon Social House
Bacon Social House is nestled in the beautiful Sunnyside neighborhood in the heart of the redeveloped Cobbler’s Corner. As you can probably guess, Bacon Social House has lots of bacon on both their brunch and dinner menus. They also have capabilities to host a private event, either in their main dining room, out on the patio when it’s open, or in the mezzanine upstairs any time of the day or night. The team at Bacon Social House can create a diversified food and beverage menu for your group and can accommodate parties from 20 to 150 people.
Great Divide Brewing Co.
We can’t think of many things more “Denver” than hosting a party at a local brewery. The Great Divide Barrel Bar and Packaging Facility in RiNo offers beautiful mountain and city views and a unique private event space. Plus, this venue offers a behind-the-scenes perspective of the Great Divide facility and brewing operations. It’s the ideal space to host a corporate gathering, social event, networking happy hour, or any other special occasion. Choose from the three spaces available for rent, including the bottling hall, the mezzanine, and the barrel bar.
For a particularly unique experience, consider hosting a laid-back party at Grandma’s House — a quirky brewery nestled in the Antique Row stretch of South Broadway. The relaxed and nostalgic setting of the brewery makes guests feel as though they are right at home — or at Grandma’s house, more accurately. The brewery offers up the entire 2,000-square-foot room with 30 foot ceilings for private events, including meetings, birthday parties, trivia night, family rooms, or even a wedding.
The 360 at Skyline
Take your party to new heights atop The 360 at Skyline, an exclusive rooftop patio overlooking the downtown skyline and Front Range in the distance. In fact, as the name implies, you can enjoy uninterrupted 360-degree views of surrounding scenery at this sleek and modern event space. The rooftop patio is available for rental for a maximum of 175 people. Plus, the Denver Skyline building has fully furnished penthouse apartments just a few floors below to accommodate traveling guests.
This classy venue perfectly captures the lively energy of LoDo and Union Station. Situated just steps from the train station, Citizen Rail is focused on dry aging and smoked meats, utilizing wood-fired cooking to perfection. Their hearty menu is complemented by an exceptional bar program with spirit-forward cocktails, Colorado craft beers, and a thoughtful list of wines. Citizen Rail’s semi-private dining space can accommodate up to 12 guests and a full restaurant buyout can treat up to 125 guests. Contact their events specialist or fill out a private dining inquiry to begin planning your special event!
The Corner Office
Centrally located in the heart of downtown just steps from the Denver Convention Center, The Corner Office is an exceptional place to host a party. This sleek and modern eatery puts a twist on comfort classics all across the globe. The options are limitless, as the private event rooms at TCO can accommodate between 10 and 300 people. Plus, they serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even late-night snacks — and of course a variety of drink options. All dining guests enjoy free parking in the garage to eliminate the stress of finding nearby parking in this busy area.
The Nickel at Hotel Teatro
Historic meets modern at Hotel Teatro, a modern and upscale hotel housed in a gorgeous red-brick building built in 1911. This boutique hotel hosts a unique and charming gathering space for your next event, whether it’s a reception, rehearsal dinner, a holiday party, or any other special occasion. Enjoy delectable food and drinks from the hotel’s onsite restaurant, The Nickel, named one of the best spots in downtown Denver.