El Chapultepec

1962 Market street
303-295-9126

About Us:

El Chapultepec is Denver's oldest jazz and blues club. It has stood proudly on the corner odf the 20th & Market since 1933 serving up some greatt live music every night of the week.

Hours:

Business Hours 11:00a.m.-2:00a.m.

Kitchen Hours:11:00a.m. 1:00a.m.

Live Music Hours:

Monday 8:30-Midnight

Tues-Sat 9:00p.m-1:00a.m.


Reviews

Mike Johnson

Rating:
Saturday, June 10, 2017

Awesome little dive with great beer prices for its location. 2nd oldest bar in the state. Be sure to ask to see the trap door behind the bar. If there happens to be live music coming from this place, go in and listen... It will be worth it.

L Patricia Garcia

Rating:
Saturday, April 1, 2017

The type of bar where the locals come to drink and listen to jazz! There was not much of a selection for beer, aside from Buds and Coors. They didn't have Jameson whiskey or milk for my white Russian, however, the service and the regular folks made up for it. The bartender was awesome and accommodating and the locals were friendly and welcoming! It was a great shelter from the rain!

Tedd Preston

Rating:
Thursday, June 1, 2017

The vibe is sweet. The "band" or the guys who come by to jam are the bees knees. Great music I did not eat the food and the bathroom (mens) is scary AF but the music, man its all about the music.

Jean Tranberg

Rating:
Sunday, June 4, 2017

I have a lot of fond memories going back 20 years. Back then it was a very hip joint to listen to live jazz without the upscale price. Glad to know it has survived Denver bent on tearing down all of the old nostalgic places and replacing it with something with no history. Real Denverites regret this modernization of trashing of Denver's history. Go see it before its torn down!!

B E

Rating:
Sunday, April 2, 2017

Unfiltered and seedy, totally inviting and steeped in history... this is a Denver original that I hope will persist through time. One of Denver's greatest venues for underground jazz and blues and a fantastic place to recharge the batteries of the soul after they're drained by the current state of society.