Denver >Arts & Entertainment > Vinyl
1082 Broadway, Denver, CO | Directions 8020339.733563 -104.987405
Thursday To Saturday From 09:00 PM To 02:00 AM
Neighborhoods: Southeast Denver, Capitol Hill
Customers? Who? – Are you kidding me? I was charged $15 for a top shelf drink. Is this the airport? They need to give their door guys some Zoloft. They could deal with their crowds better if they had the smallest bit of respecct for them. Thanks for the reminder of why I don't come to places like this.
pretentious prices for a thug club! – for a club that allows any trash in the door (criminals, eminem wannabes, idiots, white trash, icky women, drugged out morons, etc), they seem pretty happy to charge $10 a drink for bottom shelf liquor served by snobby, unimpressive bartenders who ignore you all night regardless of how good your tipping has been. bouncers act like they are guarding the gates of some hollywood hot spot and seem to hav e no problem in being rude or completely sexist. i was allowed VIP, not my boyfriend. who would put up with that? this club has gone completely downhill since the roof caved in from the blizzard a few years back...it's not even the same .
It is what it is. – This is the best place to go to see international DJs on Saturdays in Denver. However, going to Vinyl is definitely more an adventure compared to other less rowdy nightlife spots in Denver. So, be sure to ready yourself to deal with some trashy people, expensive drinks and all the other possible negative things that were mentioned in other reviews. On the positive side of things, Vinyl gets unique/interesting world class DJs on Saturdays and their sound system is incredible. All in all, there are some good points and some bad points, it is what it is.
Abusive bouncers and cops!!! DO NOT GO HERE! – I was in this place less than 45 minutes and got beat up by the club bouncers and the police working for the club. im a 5'1, 100 lbs female. i had 2-3 cops abusing me on the floor and hurting me while i was screaming and crying from the pain. they handcuffed me and threw me on the ground. then they tightened their fists hard on the cuffs bc i was yelling that they were hurting me. they placed their knees and feet on my back and pulled my arms up by the cuffs to hurt me even more and pressed and banged my head on the concrete. this is not the only time this happens here. look up the "allen kerford" story on google. they beat up my friend too and then took us to jail. these people are pigs. what kind of threat can i be for the bouncers and cops who are trained to deal with gigantic men involved in extremely violent situations. they're are bunch of abusive pigs!!! DO NOT GO HERE!!! You'll be giving your money to violent abusive a-holes who get satisfaction from hurting people.
Great dance club, expensive drinks, way too hot & crowded but a lot of fun! – I've had some great nights at Vinyl and some mediocre nights at Vinyl. Being a big fan of the dance music scene & a DJ who has played at Vinyl, it's better than most of the clubs in town. The sound system is KILLER (designed by JBL specifically for Club Vinyl) if they don't have it cranked up so loud that distortion from the speakers makes your brain hurt and you have to scream at your friends just to ask them if they want another drink. The drinks are well mixed but priced too high and I've always run into familiar faces here. If I'm not on the VIP or guest list, I usually avoid the place because the cover charge is usually un-reasonable considering how much they charge for drinks. Next, the rooftop patio. LOVE IT! Great view of downtown Denver and very chill. The sound system on the rooftop is at a perfect volume. You can enjoy the music and still hold a conversation with your friends. The electronic music scene at this club is fabulous! I highly recommend you check out the talent Sonus Drum & Bass has been bringing out on Fridays lately. Definitely worth checking out!
Be careful – Hmm, after reading some of the reviews here, I suspect they are authored by Vinyl staff/ownership.
I have been to Vinyl on about 4 occasions, both before and after the blizzard crushed the roof (I like it a lot better before, BTW).
It does seem to have gotten pretty ghettto lately, and the last time I was there a guy put soemthing in my drink which left me completely incapacitated by the end of the night. Yes, I was drugged- but I don't think that was the club's fault. (DANGER, girls! This can happen anywhere!) Also, there is some weird angled construction in the decking on the upstairs patio which can cause you to trip pretty easily by the bar (it's dark and they don't have good floor lighting there).
That being said, they do get some good djs on occasion, the bartenders have taken pretty good care of me (loving Lexie, so friendly!!) and I have had fun dancing there. I don't think of it as a classy place, though.
Not worth it! – This place is overpriced, you can get better drinks for a better price at Charlie Brown's down the street. 4 floors, yet play the same music on all 4 floors. Lots of trashy people. Plenty of better clubs in Denver for the money. Steer clear of this one!
Best Dance Club in Colorado! – Any customer that bad mouths this Club most likely got kicked out because of drinking underage, causing drama, or just isn't up with pop culture. I have been to the Loft, the Mint, Boulder clubs, even Las Vegas, and New York City Clubs. This Dance Club is the best that I have seen. Bringing top DJ's like John Diggweed, Crystal Method, and even Tommy Lee from Motley Crue. They even had a girl on girl wrestling match on Sunday. The place is always being remodeled, adding lighting effects, and projectors. The patio is the nicest in Denver. What a great view. If you want to experience night life this is it or The Church which is just a block away and an actual Church. Tip the hot Bartenders because they'll hook you up. There is one girl that straight up looks like the girls from the movie Sin City. Main nights to come to Club Vinyl are Thursday and Saturday's. Saturday the club always has thousands of beautiful people dancing the night away. I have even seen break dancing competitions. This place is like Studio 54 from New York City. It is kinda pricey but hay it keeps away the cheap skates.
dancers? – O.k so this guy I saw at your club about 6 or 7 months ago. I came up to him and asked him to please stop taking up all of the dance floor. He said he was a dancer for your club. If this is the case then omg what were you thinking. He was trying to breakdance. The problem with that was I bet any one in your club would be a much better choice as a dancer than him at your club. I stopped going because of such cheesiness.
YEAH NOT SO MUCH!!! – JUST A FEW WORDS, THIS IS THE PLACE TO BE IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR TROUBLE AND ALOT OF IT!!!! SO MUCH STREET TRASH AND WANNABE'S WILL BE THERE!!! BUT HEY HAVE FUN AND ENJOY JAIL!!!!
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