Denver Cocktail Lounges
Sophisticated, sleek and chic. Denver's cocktail lounges let you relax and enjoy great drinks and food with friends.
Ideally situated on the 16th Street Mall, 16Mix has become a favorite watering hole for fashionable locals and trendy travelers alike. Enjoy specialty cocktails and local, hand-crafted beers along with an array of appetizers and weekday happy hour specials.
The Cruise Room at the Oxford Hotel
This award-winning cocktail lounge located in The Oxford Hotel appears frozen in time since its Art Deco facelift in 1933. The Cruise Room was fashioned after a lounge on the Queen Mary, with original chrome and neon reflecting onto wall panels depicting light-hearted "toasts" from around the world.
Peaks Lounge at Hyatt Regency CCC
Located high atop the Downtown Hyatt Regency Denver, Peaks Lounge is a contemporary oasis providing the perfect backdrop for sophisticated gatherings with an unmatched view. The gourmet small-plate cuisine and desserts are as luxurious as the cocktails and plush confines.
The Cooper Lounge
The Cooper Lounge, located on the mezzanine of Union Station overlooking the Great Hall, evokes the glamour and sophistication of the post-prohibition lounges of the 1930s. This stylish new venue serves high-end cocktails and offers an extensive wine list, in addition to stunning views of of Downtown Denver though its huge, arched windows.
Harry's Bar at the Magnolia Hotel
The Denver Post said it best of Harry's: "If the late, great filmmaker Saul Bass designed cocktail lounges instead of film-title sequences, he might have come up with something like Harry's. Harry's is a mod-retro fantasy with colors that would make the Pink Panther purr, concentric circles that would impress Kandinsky and fabrics that would make Huggy Bear jealous."
The 9th Door
Go ahead, see what's behind The 9th Door. This hip restaurant and lounge features award-winning Spanish tapas, creatively and zestfully infused with flavor, not to mention an extensive wine list and unique specialty drinks.
Named 2014's "Lounge of the Year" by Nightclub & Bar Media Group, Epernay is a contemporary restaurant and Champagne lounge conveniently located just two blocks from the Colorado Convention Center. Offering an array of sushi, small plate dishes and one of the largest Champagne menus in Denver, Epernay Lounge is a brilliant mix of sophistication, dining and nightlife.
Cru - A Wine Bar
Experience and explore the fascinating world of wine with hundreds of bottle selections, premium wines by the glass as well as taster pairings and wine flights. Cru's eclectic, wine-friendly cuisine includes shared appetizers, gourmet pizzas and entrees.
The Living Room
Come enjoy wine, beer, tapas and sweets at The Living Room. Exceptionally friendly service in a warm, seductive, comfortable and stylish setting complete with Enomatic wine tasting systems, hanging retro bubble chairs, great music, gathering bar, urban patio and just the right touch of Downtown aire.
Green Russell is a chef-driven cocktail bar with an old-school spirit. The menu is meant to be in keeping with the philosophy: fresh ingredients, at the peak of their flavor profile. Every item from the grenadine, to the amarane cherries, to the infused liquors and sodas siphoned to accompany them bear the stamp of Green Russell craftsmanship.
Williams & Graham
This speakeasy-style joint in LoHi took home last year's Spirited Award for "Best American Cocktail Bar." Enter through the small Williams & Graham "bookstore" on the corner of 32nd Avenue and Tejon Street, then slip behind the bookcase to the bar! Once inside, indulge in a perfectly made cocktail and some inventive small-plate fare.