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Business Description
Vinyl is the largest venue in The South of Colfax Nightlife District’s family, boasting four floors of entertainment. The Grecian inspired rooftop indoor/outdoor patio is perfect for all seasons complete with heaters, fire pits and spectacular mountain and Denver skyline views. The main floor features an impressive Funktion One sound system as well as exclusive VIP bottle service areas.

Regular Hours

Mon - TueClosed

Extra Phones

Phone: (303) 832-8628

Phone: (303) 860-8469

Primary Phone: (303) 860-8469

Payment method
master card, visa, all major credit cards, discover, amex
Central Denver, Capitol Hill
Night Clubs, Disc Jockeys, Dance Clubs, Music Producers, Hookah Bars
Other Information

Parking: Street, Lot, Private

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Alcohol: Full Bar

Outdoor Seating: Yes


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Elvis wrote a song about this place called "In The Ghetto". The place gets asses to elbows busy, but if you like hanging out with trashy, scantily clad women with an education no higher than high school, then this is by far where you wanna go! The men aren't any better either. Most are young who front an attitude that they got life figured out. With greased slicked back hair or spikes, they're nothing but bumbling idiots with hormones raging. Average median salary of patrons would be $28k. Drinks are ok with many specials throughout the week or event. Staff is average, but they are quick on their feet. Drug activity or conversations runs rampant in the restrooms, where nobody seems to be bothered by it. Fun place if you are in the lower class of society.



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I feel the same as the last post-watch your money!!! You'll get ripped off from the cover charges-liquor prices, and then NOOO parking-so when Vinyl has taken all your money, you leave to find that your car has been towed-another $260 charge!!-I'll never go there again!! And of course they feel that is not their responsibility! Sure have a club, but don't provide public or complimentary parking.

denver clay


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Pregame if you plan on going to the vinyl !

On fri sep17, 2010

I have been to the Vinyl three times, the first two were fine, the last time I went my buddy ordered an Incredible Hulk, most places charge $8 to $10 for this drink, club Vinyl seems to think they can get away with charging $16, the last place we went we were charged $8. That is double the price of anywhere else! This isn't Vegas and if it was then they wouldn't even charge that much. On top of that my other buddy was slipped a ""roofie"". If you plan on going to the Vinyl watch your money and your drink because you'll be screwed over on both if you don't watch it. In fact just don't even bother going there are plenty of other clubs that will take much better care of you.



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Hide your cash, cover your drink.

Or just go somewhere else.
I've been to Vinyl twice now. I went once years ago and swore I would never return after my purse disappeared and the staff didn't bother to help me find it. That led to a really enjoyable week of canceling credit cards, getting a new license and student ID, getting new keys made, etc. Awesome.
I decided to give it another shot. Whoops. This time, only my wallet was snatched, so I suppose I should be grateful, except for that someone decided it would be hilarious to roofie my drink as well. So I only remember about half of a bad night, I guess that's a good thing? Thanks Vinyl, for a truly humiliating night and the really classy crowds that frequent your creepy, booze-stained floors.



u dont go to the club for class!!

i dont know wut people r talkin bout Vinyl bein trashy or ghetto. u dont go to the club for class u go for @**!! lol but i've never had a bad expierence at Vinyl. the bartenders are always plesant. . the boucers are friendly. . the drinks are priced well n delicious! if u want class go to a 5 star restraunt! BUT if u want to have a great time drinkin dancin n mingiling then hit Vinyl up!! c ya there!!



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@ Voutyblonde, i have to agree with you. The off duty police are scary. i love the club. Every time I attend I have a really nice time. I just hate to leave , because Im afraid of being caught in the middle of a shoot out. something really needs to be done, but just please don't close it dowPr



Vinyl is a good overall spot certain nights better than others

There seem to be many conflicting reviews about Vinyl... First I'd like to clear One thing up... If you are going to dog club Vinyl and want to send a strong message don't include "I recommend you go to the Church instead" as part of your review because the Church and Vinyl are both owned by the same person "Regis" All you are doing is sending money to him via a different route.

My personal point of view of Vinyl is they have good nights and they have bad nights, it all depends on what you are looking for. Vinyl and Church are both known for bringing in great electronic DJs and Hip Hop DJs like DJ Craze, Miguel Migs, Diplo, Kid Capri, Qbert, etc... But you have to realize this also means on certain nights they don't have a consistent DJ that plays everyweek . On other nights the DJs are more local, and on some nights the club actually rents out part of the club to private parties that bring in their own DJs.

I've attended several of each of these kinds of parties. The DJ Craze event was one of my favorites he totally rocked the crowd and killed it on the turntables. There are a few nights wher I have been left very unimpressed by their DJs, their crowd control at the end of the night or by their bar staff, and other nights where they do everything perfectly and their DJs are on top of their game.

The Breakz Party (the one people were talking about somewhere on here with the breakdance competition) was a great overall party, loved the DJs on that night, DJ Chonz was doing his thing, DJ Emir was killing it with hot remixes and DJ Sound Supreme warmed up all the breakdancers with some great breaks and oldschool hiphop. This was a great night with the rooftop completely packed out and great music that differed on three floors with house music on the first floor, techno breaks on the second and Hip Hop and reggae on the third floor rooftop. You don't find that kind of diversity at many Denver nightclubs.

Now if you visit Vinyl on another night you might not get the same experience. Many times they only have two floors of music running with the top floor usually feeding a music downstairs to the second floor as well so you wont have as much diversity in the music. Especially on a night like reggae on the roof thursdays where despite the name of the night, the music is mostly Hip Hop and does not vary from floor to floor.

My point is, you can't judge any club based on any One night in particular. granted anyone that has a bad experience will most likely not return unless they have also had a good expreience in the past. So my advice to all nightclub owners is to make sure your entertainment is top notch and make sure your staff, bartenders and bouncers all understand that treating your patrons well and providing great entertainment is the golden ticket to longevity in the nightclub industry.



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Watch the news!

Regas Cristo should be ashamed of the legacy he had left by soiling this beautiful city with this garbage. The entire neighborhood needs to be cleansed of this type of club owner. With any luck, the Denver City Council will move to have this ""gangbanger haven"" shut down as a public nuisance. Since so much of the criminal activity that goes on at Vinyl is done by off-duty Denver cops, there needs to be an investigation in the department as well. How many patrons have to be gunned-down before someone acts? How many innocent residents of the neighborhood have to sleep on the floors of their apartments to avoid the hale of bullets that this joint generates each weekend?



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What's People's Problem?

okay so my homegurl and I recently took a spontanious trip to Denver for the weekend. We are really into the bar scene at home but we don't have any actual ""clubs"" and so we really wanted to experience what it was like to be in an actual ""club"" and a friend of mine who drives up to denver all the time recomended it. I was a little nervous cause of all the bad reviews I saw here. We went on a saturday, It cost 15 dollars a person to get in, yes very pricey. But I was expecting that. We got in to the club and it was amazing atmosphere!! We were shocked how big it was. I don't know what people are talking about 15 dollars a drink. It cost us 7 dollars for two budlight bottles and 12 for two mixed drinks. More expensive than home but we are in a 1000 times better place. The bartenders were cool and the people were nice we even made a friend there who took us out to eat afterwards. We had a great time. The view and the setup on the balcony was especially nice but in our experience, the hip hop floor is where the party was. Maybe cause that's just our kind of music and it was PACKED. People were already backin it up on the dancefloor at like 9:30. We enjoyed ourselves and we definitely are going to go back.

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