2 adjoining bars close to Coors Discipline shut after February actual property sale


Tavern Downtown operated at 1949 Market St., and Cowboy Lounge was proper subsequent to it. (Picture: Thomas Gounley/BusinessDen)

DENVER — Two adjoining bars a block from Coors Discipline in Decrease Downtown have closed.

Notices on the doorways of the Cowboy Lounge, at 1941 Market St., and Tavern Downtown, at 1949 Market St., direct patrons to different native venues owned by Denver-based Tavern Hospitality Group.

Each venues have been open for greater than a decade. The notices don’t present a purpose for the closures, and executives with Tavern Hospitality — which additionally operates Tavern places in Littleton, Platt Park, Lowry and the Denver Tech Heart — didn’t reply to a request for remark. Eater Denver first reported the closures.

Tavern Hospitality executives bought the buildings the place the eating places operated in February, as a part of a $17.75 million deal. The sale additionally included an adjoining construction at 1937 Market St. and a parking zone throughout the road from the ballpark at 2000…

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