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Cheeky Monk Belgian Beer Café

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62 Ratings
Ratings: 62
Reviews: 40
rAvg: 4.17
pDev: n/a
Taps: 20
Bottles: 25
Cask: N
[ Bar, Eatery ]

534 E Colfax Ave
Denver, Colorado, 80203-2018
United States
phone: (303) 861-0347

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @thecheekymonk

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Photo of MilwaukeeCrusher
4.41/5  rDev +5.8%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5

A place of elegance within one of the harsher areas of town. Beer line up was impressive and tap list superb. I did think though in some instances they were overpriced but that might go with the territory as places downtown seem to run a little more quite often. Server was very knowledgeable about beer. This is definitely worth a stop if you're into Belgians and want a wide range of good craft from one source. I myself though will probably go to other alternatives in town with some many other less expensive choices.

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Photo of Griep
5/5  rDev +19.9%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Mmmmmmmmm Belgiany. Yes me likey!

Photo of outoffocus
3.75/5  rDev -10.1%

Stopped by while in Denver because it was the only bar I could track down Pliny on tap. It was empty on a Sunday afternoon. I have to say I was pretty astonished by the price of some of the regular trappist beers, and unimpressed by the tap and bottle selection. The bartender was really friendly though, and it is a bright and pleasant place for a beer. On my way out there was a street brawl on Colfax with about 20 high schoolers (half fighting, half recording on their phones).

Photo of ArrogantB
3/5  rDev -28.1%
vibe: 2 | quality: 2 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 2

Ok so I finally checked this place out and left very unimpressed. To start off they had Pliny the Elder listed at $8 which I thought was a little expensive until they brought it in a 25cl glass, super expensive seeing as how Falling Rock has pints for $7. If they are selling short pours it should be noted on the menu. We were also seated in a side room that has terrible ambience. The service was good but the good was mediocre. I ordered mussels ($13) and not only were there not very many but they were way to salty. There is a French restaurant her (le central) that not only has much better mussels but they are only $10 and you get a huge bucket. Between the overpriced beer and mediocre food I won't be back and is advise others to avoid unless you really need Belgian beer. They did have Cantillon gueuze on the menu for $22 per 375ml.

Photo of Beerandraiderfan
3.86/5  rDev -7.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4

Cheeky Monk on Colfax Avenue, a weird hodgepodge of porno stores, homeless people and hipsters. Parking kind of weird, one of the most uneven parking lots behind the place totally being displaced by tree roots underneath it, and construction going on across the way.

Get inside, and it looks more like the quinetessential English pub decor, tons of polished wood. But then you start to notice the glassware, the Gulden Draak tower, etc. . . and it definitely takes on the vibe of a Belgian place. Overall, nice and impressive, plenty of space beyond the bar area for dining, a few tables in the bar area. A

Good list of beers, heavy on the Belgian stuff, they were out of all the Russian River stuff. Believe I had a Green Flash Linchpin here. Service was good, waitress checked on us the right amount, cheery.

Food smelled good. Had it at the other location, I have no reason to think this place isn't as good. Ultimately I like the Westminster location a little more (having more Avery & Russian River will do that). But this is a worthwhile stop, especially with the awesome 2UP bar down the road and Argonaut around the way. Plus, if you're the type who likes skinny jeans and porno, this neighborhood is for you.

Photo of buffs9
4.14/5  rDev -0.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

Cheeky Monk is located on Colfax Ave on the east side of downtown Denver. Street parking is available nearby.

The interior is dark with brick and wood, plus some large pieces of art. Some signage of available beers

Tons of Belgian options on tap, all served in proper glassware. Had St. Bernardus 12, Kwak and Tripel Karmeliet.

I didn't eat any food, but did enjoy a few relaxing beers on a slow day. The bartender was beautiful, which didn't hurt

Overall I really liked this place and would definitely visit again and would recommend it to any beer lover visiting Denver.

Photo of Yetiman420
3.75/5  rDev -10.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 4

My friend and I visited Saturday morning of GABF for a special "Breakfast with the Bruery" prior to the noon GABF session.

Located in a neighborhood that appears to be undergoing revitalization. An easy cab ride or nice walk from downtown.

Because they typically don't serve breakfast and this was a special event, my experience may differ from yours. The overall experience was very pleasant.

We went with a Bruery paddle which consisted of ~4 oz pours of Autumn Maple, Saison Rue, Hotenroth, and Mischief. I think they were $12 each.

The food was high quality and generous portions for the price.

We finished by splitting a glass of the Bruery Bourbon Barrell Cuir (14%) for $14. I was hoping they would have more rare Bruery stuff available and maybe even the chance to meet Partick Rue. No dice on either.

When I asked my server what order to consume the flight, she had no idea but the service steadily improved during the course of the meal. Some basic beer training could improve the service.

The decor had lots of rich wood furniture and an impressive bar but was otherwise bland with your standard Belgian beer signs.

Photo of JoeAmerican77
4.65/5  rDev +11.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Now this place is THE BOMB! I'm not giving it a 5/5 just because i'm an honest kind of guy, however I love this place.

Good atmosphere, not in the sexiest place in Denver but definitly gets a more respectable crowd than lodo bars.AMple seating inside, also some outside available.

Never had an issue with service here. Great workers, quite knowledgable.

Selection really cannot be beat in CO as Belgian beer goes. And Belgian Beer is the Rason de Etre for going here.

Food was solid. Last visit there, I had the steamed mussels and rabbit stew. Both were wonderful.

Wish it were cheaper, but then again they import 98% of their booze from Belgium so its bound to be expensive

Photo of LeeryLeprechaun
4.41/5  rDev +5.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5

This little whole in the wall is located across for the Cathedral in downtown Denver.

The inside of the bar is nicely done with wooden booths and beer signs from all over Belgium.

I order an Orval and was presented with the bottle and a matching orval glass, it was quite impressive. My friend order Chimay blue and Rochefort 8, both of which came with their own logo glasses. It was a nice touch.

I did not try the food but the beer was good, and not that much more than you would pay in the store to buy a bottle of Orval or other Trapist beer.

The selection was impressive and I plan on returning.

Photo of spdyfire83
3.98/5  rDev -4.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

Close to downtown Denver on historic Colfax, this Belgian beer bar has added quite a unique touch to the Denver beer drinking scene. The draft and bottle selections are decently limited, but they always have some very good options. In general, Belgian beers tend to be a bit pricier - as they should be...most of the "real ones" come from across the pond - but I'd say Cheeky is in the middle of the road. I've drank at other Belgian beer bars around the country/world and, on average, the prices here seem to be just fine.

The food selection is quite grand (and ever changing), but there's not a bad thing on the menu. They have an excellent lunch menu and a reasonable happy hour deal that new fails to disappoint. Plan your trip here accordingly and you can often drink for 1/2 off!

The staff is often very helpful in recommending beers for folks that are less than familiar with Belgian beers and very friendly. I really enjoy the style of the bar and think, all-in-all, this is a great spot to visit.

Photo of mattkooler
4.47/5  rDev +7.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Atmosphere- Walked in, and first impression is almost everything in the restaurant is wood. Feels very old timey and cozy. The ceiling is really intricate plaster (i think) and decorative. Almost feels as though you've been transported out of Denver circa 2010 and moved to Europe of a previous era.

There was an interesting mix of people. Some, like us, were eating in the dining area, which was pretty quiet. Over by the bar area, there were quite a few people being quite loud. This might bother some, however, I thought it was fine, and actually quite enjoyable, and added to the atmosphere.

Quality- All beers are served in correct glassware for the style, and furthermore, most of the beers are served in their own logo glass, which is very cool. They have many unique glasses here. From what I could tell, beers were also served at the right temperatures, which I really appreciated.

Service- When we walked in, we were quickly greeted and told to seat ourselves wherever we wanted. Our server was fairly aloof, and didn't talk much, however, when I ordered a sour beer, she made sure I knew it would be sour, which was probably smart considering some of their clientele might be put off by that. We were served promptly, and taken care of very well though.

Selection- Nice selection of beer. Mostly belgian style beers. I was pleased to see quite a few different sours on the menu. Although they specialize in belgian beers, they have something for everybody including at least one ipa, imperial stout, and pilsner.

Food selection was also fairly varied, so I would think most everybody could find something that they enjoyed.

Food- I had the fish and chips. I thought overall the food was very good. High quality ingredients and prepared superbly.

Value- The beers are a bit pricey (average around 8 dollars), however, I felt it was somewhat understandable considering the types of beers they had. Food was quite reasonable.

Photo of Hibernator
4.44/5  rDev +6.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

After a tour at the state capital and a brief record store excursion, it was time to enjoy a nice craft beer.

As you walk in, you'll notice tables & chairs to the left and right with a nice wooden bar in the center.

The Cheeky Monk showcases about 30 drafts with highlights that include Chimay Tripel, Kwak, Tripel Karmaliet, Houblon Chouffe, Delirium Tremens, St. Bernardus Abt. 12, La Chouffe, Piraat, Avery Dugana, DFH 90 Minute IPA, Victory Headwaters, Great Divide Grand Cru and Lindemans Faro (super rare). Expect about 25 solid Belgian bottle options too.

I had a Kasteel Rouge that was delicious. Served in appropriate glassware and a flavorful beer showcasing flavors of tart cherries and wooden oak.

Service was engaging, friendly and kind enough to provide a tasty sample of Lindemans Faro.

Photo of hopstradamus
4.05/5  rDev -2.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

This place was more of a restaurant than a bar, but it was still a great place to stop. We were in town for GABF, and with all the great American beers we tried over the weekend, a Belgian cafe was just the change of pace we were looking for.

The service was good, and the selection was impressive. They had a good tap list and an even better selection of bottles, and almost everything on the menu had a recommended beer pairing.

Everything we had was served in the proper glassware.

We had lunch and that cemented that I will definitely be going back! With all the great beer available in Denver, it is nice to see that there is still room for such an amazing Belgian cafe.

Photo of codewarrior
3.73/5  rDev -10.6%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Fortunately, this is my local watering hole. They have all the standard belgians (Kwak, Duchesse, Rochefort, St. Bernardus, Chimay, Delerium, etc.) and a whole-mess of Belgian-inspired brews from Colorado (New Belgium, Avery, Great Divide, etc).

They have a sidewalk cafe where they allow smoking (+1 in my book), and decent service.

I've only eaten there once, but the food was good, unfortunately there are only 2 or 3 things on the menu that are veg-friendly (good barkeep, this is Denver! I know it's not Boulder, but c'mon).

One bit of caution is that this place is a no-go during GABF (as are most great beer spots) unless you want to be overrun by throngs of gaudily dressed beer-tourists, who are polite but generally ... way too drunk.

Photo of Stigs
4.3/5  rDev +3.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Was in town for GABF, and didnt leave myself much time to hit up local establishments...had a great time and will definitely correct this my next trip.

Planned on attending the "Brunch with The Bruery" event on Saturday morning, the place was about a 15min walk from our hotel and we arrived maybe 15min early (due to our local Belgian-brunch place having an insane line). 2nd couple there.

Decor inside was mostly Belgian Bistro with a hint on Irish pub feel to it. The place was not very big and the tables seemed a bit spread out, which could be good or bad.

Beer-wise, we split a Bruery sampler for $10...which came with 4oz or so pours of four Bruery beers, no special releases but still quality stuff I have had before. There are at least two dozen taps with an emphasis on Belgians, but also some quality US crafts (Stone, Victory, DFH, RR, etc...). I also ordered a Tempation (review to come), and everything was served in appropriate glassware, with most Belgians coming in their respective logo'ed glasses.

We sat at the bar, and therefore had service from maybe 3 different employees, and they were all super friendly. Though it was somewhat busy, the managers and other servers in the back had a hell of a time taking tickets, pouring the samplers, keeping everything organized, etc...it was somewhat amusing (to be on the other side) though I could see how service could suffer if the place was a bit more packed.

I guess they dont normally have a brunch menu, but they should. I had some Nutella and cheese stuffed french toast which was delicious and a perfect base for the day, also came with perfectly cooked home fries. My partner had a Belgian waffle, it was damn good as well.

Overall, very enjoyable visit. Enough so where I will be sure to attend future brunch events at hopefully many future GABF's for me in the future. Cheers to the Cheeky Monk!

Photo of danadeny
4.28/5  rDev +2.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Great bar/ dining room atmosphere, I chose to sit at the bar. Excellent view of the taps and the bottle 'fridge. The quality of the beers and draft system are top notch, no complaints about beer quality. The bartender was very knowledgeable of the beers on tap, and spot on with the descriptions of flavors of beers I had not tried. The bartender even gave good advice on beers to avoid and will give you a sample to let you decide. Selection is damn good for being mostly Belgian, but mixed in some great unique local brews. Food was spot on for Belgian cuisine. And the price is nothing to complain about considering what it takes to get kegs of expensive Belgian beers.

Photo of Domingo
4.15/5  rDev -0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

The Cheeky Monk has been around for a few years, but thanks to a location that's weird for me (and the Vine St. Pub being very close), I've only recently stopped in.
The first thing you'll notice is that this isn't a typical beer bar. Everything is wood paneled and somewhat upscale...but not in a pretentious way. The familiar looking bar in the middle of the room definitely lets you know that you're not in a normal restaurant, though.
The food consists of French/Belgian/European inspired dishes, along with sandwiches and more traditional options as well. Mussels and fries, Beef stew, fish & chips, bangers and mash, and even the ubiquitous Monte Cristo are there.
I guess they have a killer lunch sandwich special and good prices as well. The food's terrific based upon our appetizer, 2 entrees, and dessert.
With beers - they have a ton of options. Everything from Chimay (all 3), to Lucifer, to Duvel, Baccus, Kasteel Rouge, Rochefort, Blanche du Bruxelles, Orval, Kwak, and more. All items are served in the proper (often branded) glassware as well.
In addition to Belgian options, they also have a few local special beers like GD's Yeti/Hades and Odell Mountain Standard. I also saw beers from Lost Abbey and normal 'ol Carlsberg pils as well.

A word of warning with the Cheeky Monk - as a dinner option you're probably going to spend a fair amount of money here. Keep in mind that it's really the nature of the beers and food. They really aren't marking anything up very much, but the reality of things is that Belgian beers are typically somewhat pricy. Most goblets are going to run from $7-10. The food options offer large portions and are tasty - but those dishes are also not cheap to make either. Just a heads up, certainly not to fault the place.

If you want Belgian beers in Colorado, this is THE spot without a doubt.

EDIT: Something DEFINITELY worth mentioning is the CM's lunch special, which is available 6 days per week including the weekend. There are $5.99 meals (most are a sandwich & fries) and all draft beers are 1/2 off. It's quite the deal and the best time to visit and try lots of new beers without breaking the bank.

Photo of Dogbrick
4.33/5  rDev +3.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Cheeky Monk is located on Colfax Ave on the east side of downtown Denver. Street parking is available nearby.

The interior is dark with brick and wood, plus some large pieces of art. The bar is located immediately inside and wraps around 3 sides. There is a chalkboard above the bar showing what beers are available. The rest of the café is devoted to table seating.

Cheeky Monk has around 20 different Belgian or Belgian-style beers available on draught. Brewers include Lost Abbey, St. Bernardus, Gouden Carolus, Duvel, Kasteel and others. Just about all the beers have the corresponding glassware as well. In addition there are several Belgians available in bottles from Chimay, Corsendonk, Lindeman's, New Belgium and several others.

Service was good on a busy weekday evening. The bartender was very attentive and chatted with us the entire time about beer.

I had a Chicken Cordon Bleu sandwich for dinner and it was very good, although I was so full from the Denver pub crawl that I wasn't able to eat very much of it.

Overall I really liked this place and would definitely visit again and would recommend it to any beer lover visiting Denver.

Photo of juzy
3.9/5  rDev -6.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 4

hubby and I have visited twice since getting to Denver for GABF. First time we walked from downtown, a disconcerting experience. Allot of vagrants, homeless, pan-handlers, you get the idea, once we started up Capital Hill. I recommend driving or taking a cab, even though it's a short walk from downtown. Just didn't feel overly safe. Anyway, servers have been great, helpful, knowledgable for the most part. A few myths or bits of misinformation were handed out during both visits. Once was the bartender describing what "tripel" meant, while she wasn't exactly wrong, she wasn't exactly right either. She said something about "tripel the malt", everything I've ever been taught about the origin of tripel is that it's either to do with ABV (3% for a single, 6% for a dubble, and 9% for a tripel) or it's like how some breweries use "reserve" meaning the best the brewery offers. There is lots of speculation on it....anyway all of that aside, this place is pretty cool inside, decor wise. Has a bit of a Goth feel to it. They have an outdoor area which is nice on a warm night ;-) The beer menu is almost all Belgian ales, some local Colorado an other US Belgian style ales. Nothing spectacular though. Just your standard Belgian ales. Mostly things I can get at a store. Was hoping for some rare stuff at the least, especially being GABF week. Food menu is good, they have some happy hour specials. During our visits the clientele ranged between college aged kids to couples with young kids.

We'll probably go back once or twice more before we head back to Anchorage next week.

Photo of rhinos00
3.55/5  rDev -14.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 4

I was very excited to try this place once I got settled in. Just a block down from Argonaut made this one hard to pass up.

A- I really dug the bar area. Very nice detail, nice high chairs, awesome glassware. The one downside was the rest of the bar. It seemed separated and really lost that bar/tavern feel.

Q- While the choices were standard, they did represent some quality Belgian beers.

S- Service was standard and nothing to complain about. My wife and I were among two others at the bar.

S- The selection is what I had a problem with. After hearing great things about this place, I was extremely underwhelmed. Between the bottle list and the beers on-tap there was not a single beer that I could not have gotten at a beer store. They did have most of the trappist beers, but still, really nothing that would make me want to come back due to the price and lack of rarity.

F- I did not get a chance to try the food, but I will give it the benefit of the doubt.

V- For what you are paying, I would expect to at least have some rarer beers available.

Photo of twelvsies
3.13/5  rDev -24.9%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3

Great name and it seems like this place would be great as well but I was just a little unimpressed. Stopped by to check the place out in the afternoon, grabbed a table rather than the bar but the bar area was pretty nice actually. However the rest of the room made me think I was about to have some tea and crumpets rather than a few beers. Just a little hoity toity and kind of boring to be honest. The one thing you can't deny however is the quality and attention to detail. This is one of those places that loves glassware and strives to put each beer into it's own logoed glass. Pretty cool, and I am a sucker for rows of hanging Belgian glassware. So all that's nice, but what I honestly wasn't thrilled about was the selection. Yeah, they have a lot of Belgians. While there are a lot of great beers I didn't see anything really that I could not get in a liquor store nearby. It seemed kind of standard and obligatory. They had most available Trappist beers and even some of my favorites like St. Bernardus but there wasn't anything that made me say wow. I'm pretty sure I had had everything on the menu except for New Belgium La Folie, but being in Colorado that isn't exactly a find. Great beer though... but anyway, the somewhat unexciting beer list combined with the boring atmosphere just didn't hook me. It was also way more expensive than other places in Colorado and the servers of which there were several kept asking if we needed anything when it was clear we had almost full beers and weren't ordering food. I would sit at the bar next time. It's a fine place though, and if you're in the mood for some Belgian beer I'm sure it'll do.

Photo of cggarcia
4.72/5  rDev +13.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Travelled to Denver over the last 4 weekends and this was my last and only stop. And what a stop it was. How this place works in this Colfax location I don't know. Its a little dark inside, dark wood and no lights. But that was all forgotten when the bar keep took our order. SHe was beautiful and she knew her Belguim beers. Started with De Koninck, then a Pauwel Kwak; both served in the proper glass. Both were from the tap and fresh. There were about 14 other taps and a large selection of bottles. 1554 and La folie from New Belguim were included in the bottles. They apparently offer guests as the 'Beer of the Moment'. My third beer Triple Karmelit accompanied my Moules Frites which were spectacular. I did drop a lot of cash, so probably would not spend alot of time there. With that said, the place is a must visit if your in town.

Photo of Rayek
4.25/5  rDev +1.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I met a friend at the Cheeky Monk on a near zero degree weeknight. The cold weather was definitely keeping the crowds away, as we were two of perhaps 10 people there. I certainly didn't mind the quiet of the small crowd.

The Monk is in an old brick store front along Colfax, just east of the CO state capitol building. There are big windows facing the street that provide for people watching. Dark wood and brick are the predominant themes inside. Belgian beer placards dot the walls, but other decorations are pretty sparse.

The main reason to go here is the beer, of course. I counted 16 on tap. There are perhaps 20 more in bottles at any given time. Carlsberg was the only concession being made to the non-daring set. With one exception, every beer we ordered was served in its brewery's glassware. Ordering Kwak is almost a must just for the wood handled cradle the glass comes in.

Service is great and our waitress was quite knowledgeable about the beers. Our food arrived so fast that I think the kitchen knew what we would be ordering before we did. The food itself was quite good, but the portions weren't particularly large. The menu itself is rather limited; although it does have several true Belgian dishes.

I expected the beer prices here to be high, as many Belgian beers are quite pricey in the store. I didn't expect the food prices to be on par with them. My friend and I ended up spending much more than we bargained for.

Overall, I'm glad I went. However, the high prices will make this a once or twice a year place for me.

Photo of JamesS
4.58/5  rDev +9.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5

Nice atmosphere, great wood work and comfortable seating, some very nice signage for Belgian breweries, although it was a bit too open for my tastes.

Awesome service, the two girls working did a great job and made sure I always had a beer. Ally (Ali?) in particular was great with explaining the beers that had, as well as the tastes. The employees obviously love the beer, too, as opposed to just serving it.

Great selection, as long as you're going for Belgian style brews. If you want something else, you're in the wrong place, but then you also didn't read the name of the business.

I did not try the food, but am hoping to try it tonight if I make it back to check out the acoustic band playing.

The prices for the beer are actually higher than most beers in the area, but not compared to Belgian style beers any where you look.

Photo of Crosling
4.28/5  rDev +2.6%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

While I've only been to Cheeky once, it was a very nice experience. I took a date and spent way, way too much money. The draught beer selection is very nice, mainly Belgians and they are even served in proper glassware. The bottle list is nice as well, with gems like La Folie. Overall, the beer selection is very good and thoughtfully chosen, but it's nothing like Hop Leaf or anything. There is always room for improvement. I had a full-fledged meal and was really impressed with the quality of the food, but I'm not picky. The service was fairly good for a busy Saturday night. The décor could certainly improve, but that will hopefully happen overtime. Overall, Cheeky is a nice addition to the Denver beer scene.

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Cheeky Monk Belgian Beer Café in Denver, CO
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