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At first, I was irritated that we had a 20 minute wait. You don't think about either needing a reservation or waiting to get into a bar. But, this is not your typical bar!!! It is an upscale, elegant and fancy lounge. Once we got...More
Lovely view and retro-ambiance. Located high above Union Station, the Cooper Lounge offers yet another bar and small plate selection, overlooking Union Station. I enjoyed the polite, friendly servers, the retro-feel of the bar and the panaromic view of the station. We went in late...More
So after our dinner we decided to head inside union station for a cocktail. We picked this place and couldn't be happier we we up the stairs!!! The only bar on the balcony with a view down on to the station. The staff was great!...More
We stumbled upon this place when we saw a sign for it in Union Station. Decided to go upstairs and check it out- glad we did! Beautiful architecture and the art deco decor was great. We had a drink and although it was expensive, the...More
Gorgeous setting on mezzanine of the Union Pacific terminal, beautifully crafted cocktails, and very tasty treats (the buratto alone was worth the trip)! Not-to-be-missed.
One word of caution, if you’re coming from downtown, you might want to drive. Uber, Lyft, cab—but I’d stay away from...More
Visited on a quiet night so easy access - not always the case can be long lines for access. Cocktail menu is excellent. Ambience is also very good - this lounge is situated in the impressive Denver Union Station building. A must for a great...More
Denver's old Union Station was saved from the wrecking ball (a previous Mayor actually wanted to demolish it) and today the depot is the social center for a younger and vibrant generation as well as all visitors. Above the old ticket office was a walkway...More