Preservation Nation continues its tour of historic bars as we sashay our way into America’s historic cocktail lounges, the upscale gin joints where high society has sipped sophistication for decades. This week, we explore Denver's Cruise Room.
Denver’s legendary Cruise Room boasts the title of the city’s oldest bar, opening just one day after Prohibition was repealed in 1933. Located in downtown Denver's oldest hotel, the circa 1891 Oxford, the bar initially made a name for itself by serving martinis and, more recently, upscale cocktails in an Art Deco atmosphere modeled after a lounge on the ocean liner Queen Mary.... Read More →
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