The Oldest Bar In Denver Has A Fascinating History

If you’re not from around Denver and find yourself trying to locate My Brother’s Bar, you should probably know that there is no sign out front to lure you in for a cold beer. The reasoning is simple. When the bar was opened under this name over forty years ago, the owners simply couldn’t afford a sign. Even though they could put a sign up now, they don’t need one. My Brother’s Bar is Denver’s oldest bar and is a well-known Mile High City landmark with an interesting history that dates back to the 1870’s.

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Thankfully, people can still visit My Brother’s Bar, but some local favorites from the past aren’t around anymore. Bring back memories by reading about these 8 Long Gone Places Every Denverite Misses.