Here are some holiday eating and drinking options that are sure to get you in the holiday spirit.
The Mercury Cafe- Organic-oriented eats plus music, poetry, dance lessons & tarot readings that add to the funky vibe.
The Oxford Hotel- Cruise Room- Historic, upscale Art Deco martini bar in the Oxford Hotel modeled after a lounge on the Queen Mary. The Cruise Room is a Denver institution. The Denver bar is shaped like a wine bottle and features 10 unique panels, all depicting “cheers” from different countries around the world. Originally opening the day after Prohibition ended, and never once closed, the Cruise Room is the longest continually open bar in Denver
The Thin Man- Situated on a quaint part of the 17th street strip of Capitol Hill – this place is anything but quaint on a lively weekend night. Its got Christmas lights up all year long, so really you can go anytime of the year and feel that ‘Christmas vibe.’
Union Station Terminal Bar- When it comes to Denver, it doesn’t get more Christmas than Union Station. The green and red lights on the front of the building at night say it all.
Miracle Pop-Up Bar- Tucked in the riverfront restaurant Wayward, is a pop-up bar — a Christmas pop-up bar. It’s called Miracle, and it’s an international phenomenon with more than 50 pop-up bars around the world. This is its first year in Denver, and it’s the most Christmas-crazed bar you’ll ever see.
The Brown Palace Atrium- Enjoy a refreshment at the Atrium which is in the middle of all the holiday splendor. It offers tea service from noon to 4 p.m. with British pastries, finger sandwiches and assorted tea.
Rhein Haus- Head to the German bar, Rhein Haus for an extra dose of Christmas. Get greeted by Nutcrackers, then surround yourself with big pine cones, garland and Christmas trees. The wooden trusses along the ceiling are white with little trees painted on them which is year round, but it adds to the holiday decor.
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