Denver, CO

Top 7 Bookstores in Denver You Have to Check Out

Stephanie Graham

DENVER, CO - With various genres and types written, books can be friends during self-healing. To get interesting books, here is a list of bookstores that you can visit in Denver:

  • Tattered Cover - Colfax Avenue
    Tattered Cover Book Store's mission is "To be a haven for knowledge, community, and conversation for the next 50 years." Tattered Cover's success in attracting book lovers can be seen from its three locations in the Denver metro area and a satellite store at Denver International Airport and Denver Union Station.


  • BookBar
    Elaborating the concept of an indie book and a wine bar, BookBar is indeed a bookstore that has its own uniqueness. To accompany book time, BookBar serves wine, beer, coffee, tea, hors d'oeuvres, and desserts. This is the perfect location for reading and meeting while enjoying the atmosphere of Denver's bustling Tennyson street art district.


  • Mutiny Information Cafe
    Mutiny claims to have collected a large and varied collection of titles, authors, and subject matter for 30 years. Mutiny is open late, serves great coffee, has lots of used books, fun vinyl, and lots of comic books.


  • The Bookies Bookstore
    The Bookies Bookstore has a diverse collection of books for adults and children, including the largest selection of children's books in Colorado. Book recommendations will always be given considering every staff member is a running library. This bookstore provides toys, board games, and gifts.


  • Kilgore Books
    Kilgore Books is a true friend for book lovers with a handpicked and rotating selection of literature, sci-fi/fantasy, philosophy, science, history, graphic novels & local stuff. In its short history, Kilgore Books and Comics was launched by Luke Janes and Dan Stafford two geeks and comic lovers.


  • West Side Books
    Well-curated new and used books are what West Side Book has to offer. As a neighborhood bookstore, there is also a small selection of collectible and unusual books. Even though COVID-19 hit, West Side Book accepted the challenge and plans to hold out for much longer.


  • Printed Page Bookshop
    Cool Book, Warm People is being the tagline. As a co-op composed of more than 10 different booksellers, Printed Page is committed to maintaining good relations with the community, between readers and collectors to "talk books."

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