Virtually everyone in the ABCs team has been traveling around like crazy in the last couple months. We’ve been jet setting, not only to several states, but multiple countries, as well!
Whenever we go to these new places, we’ve got to turn our well-honed PUA radars on and try to figure out the best venues to go to so that our students can practice and learn in the best environment. Sometimes it’s hit and miss, but most of the time our instincts are pretty good and they lead us to some pickup havens.
In our top-secret inter-company communiqué, we have lists of logistics accessible by each member of our team designed to help them get a feel for what kind of places are conducive to pickup and which should be avoided. Because we’re all about giving value and helping out our brothers domestic and international, we figured it would be best to share our information with you in a new series called,
“Where to Pick Up Girls in: [YOUR CITY HERE].”
This series will detail, city by city, where we went, what kind of venues we went to, how they rate on our scale, and some miscellaneous tips and tricks.
Since we just got back from Colorado a little while ago, the first city on our map is Denver!
Where to pick up girls: Denver, Colorado!
When you go to a city, the best thing to do is ask some of the cuter waitresses and bartenders where they go out. Generally, any attractive woman working in the hospitality industry (restaurants, bars, hotels) will know of a lot of great places and, since I like to upscale clubs a bit more, I’ll ask them where some good ultra-lounges are.
Suite 200 (1427 Larimer Street): Typical Club Entry (dress nice, show up early). Great venue teeming with cute cocktail waitresses and EXACTLY the crowd we were looking for: Young, hot and stylish. Located on bustling Larimer St., Suite 200 was filled with hotties and well-dressed gents and could’ve (almost) passed as an LA club.
Didn’t get started until 11:30pm-ish. Great place with tons of sets, good talent and talkative people. Loud music but places to isolate. Stay away from the dance floor area! The bottleservice area breeds douchers. Occasional MILF, but usually attached to a guy. Moderate drink prices (expensive for Denver).
In most cities, similar clubs will be owned by the same company and, often, they will rotate promotion on specific nights. This was just the case and I found that Suite 200 was owned by a company called Lotus Clubs that also owned 24k, Marquis, Oak Tavern, and 5 Degrees.
5 Degrees (1475 Lawrence St): Same club entry. Much more heavily populated (which is typical on a Saturday night in any city), it was just as cool, stylish and fun. No bottleservice oriented and loads of single MILFs out to cheat on their husbands (we found). Waitresses are super hot and will be lined up at the door if you arrive early enough.
DEAD until about 11:30pm. Wide age-range focused more on the 6s, 7s and 8s with the occasional waitress HB9. Loud music inside (smaller dance floor), but huge patio to isolate (gets PACKED when it’s hot). Many different types of seating (almost like a restaurant) and tons of sets. Same drink prices as Suite 200.
Shag Lounge (830 15th Street): A fun venue! UBER cheap drinks and a cool, indie crowd. Everyone was really laid-back, friendly and the place got packed. Varied music with almost no one dancing. Small place but couches and a patio to isolate. Sunday in Denver is a social circle-oriented night, so be careful how you run your sets and watch who knows who.
Everything else in the city is deserted and Shag Lounge is definitely the only place to go on a Sunday night. I highly recommend it!
Anyhow, that’s it for the tips and tricks of Denver. Hope this helps you on your travels!
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