Ophelia's Electric Soapbox is a self-described gastro brothel, culinary emporium and musical haberdashery. Food is good and indulgent (everything was good; the brothel fried chicken and the plantains were memorable) and the vibe is eclectic.
Opening the day after Prohibition was repealed in 1933, the Oxford Hotel's Cruise Room bar is one of Denver's must-visit watering holes. Modeled after a bar on the Queen Mary and shaped like a wine bottle, it's noted for its martinis.
Denver's antique row, while not exclusively antique shops, has a range of outlets, so whether you're looking for rare Victorian furniture (Bruhns Auction Gallery) or Bakelite jewelry (MK Designs) you can find it here.