Denver's ten best dance clubs
Jim Wills Beta earned the nod this year as Best Dance Club in our annual Best of Denver issue. Page down to see the other top spots to get down in Denver.
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While a number of local dance clubs have changed names and concepts over the years to stay fresh, there are some standbys that have stuck to a tried-and-true formula that keeps people coming back. There are also some newer spots that have opened in the last few years. Whatever the case, here are the ten best spots in Denver to get your groove on.
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Located at 14th and Market, 24k, yet another spot owned by Francois Safieddine. The club is decked out with gold furniture, chandeliers and huge, back-lit photos of a girl painted gold and wearing a platinum wig. The club is nestled above Oak Tavern, with an entrance in the alley. While the intimate 24K primarily caters to the bottle-service crowd, it's a bit different from other bottle services around town, with lychee, mango, guava, passionfruit and pomegranate liqueurs thrown into the mix. 24K is open Thursdays through Saturdays with rotating resident DJs spinning house and dance music.