The Mercury Café is one of Denver's most incredible venues. It features a full restaurant and bar with local and organic food and drink, as well as a beautiful upstairs dancehall. It is home to Denver's longest-running weekly milonga.
(2199 California St., Denver)
The Denver Turnverein (Saturday and Sunday classes and milongas)
The Turnverein is Denver's oldest dance venue. Established in 1865, it is home to dance events every day of the week. Its high ceilings, superb hardwood floor, and beautiful decor make it a favorite place to dance.
(1570 Clarkson St, Denver)
Charlie's (Saturday and Sunday classes)
Charlie's is one of Denver's rowdiest nightclubs by night, and by far its rowdiest tango classroom by day. It is one block from the Turnverein and will host classes on Saturday and Sunday.
(900 E Colfax, Denver, 80218)
The Savoy at Curtis Park (Sunday Alternative milonga)
The Savoy is another of Denver's historic ballrooms. It has beautiful hardwood floors, a stamped tin ceiling, and west-facing floor-to-ceiling windows. Look for the red door about halfway up the block on Arapahoe Street.
(2700 Arapahoe St, Denver)
Cheesman Park (Monday outdoor milonga - hosted by Tango Colorado)
The Cheesman Park pavillion is one of Denver's most spectacular locations, and Tango Colorado has been hosting outdoor milongas here for nearly 20 years. With marble pillars and a smooth travertine floor, the pavillion commands a stunning view of Denver's skyline backed by the imposing Rocky Mountains. Do note that for dancing, although the floor is very smooth, it is also hard, so we recommend brining a pair of comfortable shoes.