Bar and Lounge Experiences
Spring is in full bloom, and people everywhere are ready to get outside and enjoy the weather. Yes, folks are again eager to venture out and check out that new eatery that just opened up down the street. Across the country restaurants are bursting at the seams ready to reopen and invite their guests back. New concept bar and lounge experiences are popping up at a record pace in anticipation of tapping into the pent up demand.
The Renaissance Asheville Downtown Hotel sits in the heart of the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains. Conveniently situated downtown, it is a short walk to nearby breweries or a quick ride to the iconic Biltmore. After a day of sightseeing, guests return to the modern amenities of the elegant hotel. Hand crafted cocktails and locally-sourced bites mix with relaxed conversation in each of the bars and lounges. Bee boxes located on the roof in conjunction with the Bee Institute promote sustainability to guests.
Colorado Mountain Brewery - Interquest
Back here in Colorado, the north end of Colorado Springs is growing by leaps and bounds. With sought-after developments in Cordera Ranch, The Farm, and Flying Horse Ranch, the neighborhoods around Interquest have seen the largest growth anywhere in Colorado. Located in the heart of the growth sits the Colorado Mountain Brewery with high wood-beam ceilings, layered wood elements, and plush seats. The local brewery blends a live-edge wood bar and natural hues with custom lighting features for the ultimate relaxed atmosphere.
Perry Park Country Club
Just north of Colorado Springs is home to the exclusive Perry Park Country Club. Built in 1973 in Larkspur, the renowned Perry Park is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful golf courses in the country if not the world. Golfers tee off among majestic red rocks and a beautiful mountainous backdrop. After a round, golfers head back to the Club to soak in views with cocktails and luxurious bites.
Elevations at Cheyenne Mountain Resort
While the north end is seeing historic growth, the south end is steeped in history itself. Cheyenne Mountain Resort, first built in 1984, is one of three Colorado Springs hotels with a four-diamond rating by AAA. Guests at Elevations lounge in leather couches and sit at communal tables while enjoying local fare and cocktails.
Comedy Works South at Landmark
Comedy Works in Denver is a comedy venue with two locations. Built in 2008, the second location, Comedy Works South at Landmark, houses a main showroom in addition to a lounge, restaurant, and ballroom all on 3 levels for a range of entertainment options.
Clyde's Gastropub at UCCS
Students at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs have a cozy and relaxed lounge to call home. Clyde’s Gastropub draws inspiration from the fast growing gastropub scene, but aims to execute at a much higher level. The pub elevates the concept of a gathering and fellowship place for the campus community, while being open to all.
With summer almost here, people are eager to head over to that new tavern and grab a drink. Or perhaps it’s that bar or restaurant they’ve always wanted to try the patio and catch the view. We are thrilled to announce some new bar/restaurant concepts as they launch over the coming months!