Well compadres, it’s been a damn year. 2020 kicked our ass to the curb and reminded us that the best laid plans of mice and men are just that. But here at Lost City we’re still standing, coming out of winter swinging and ready to go full-on with some entirely new, totally nuts, and completely excellent new initiatives that you will love.
On April 1st we’re launching Denver’s first first ever independent pass for coffee, live music, cocktails and community. Unlimited live music. Free coffee drinks daily. Member only events and discounts. It’s going to be a ton of fun, and shockingly affordable.
At the same time we’re restarting breakfast with the incredible Silvia @ Lost City – look forward to her homemade burritos, sandwiches, waffles, and grab and go lunch options. We’re kicking off Lost City Live April 15th with some of the very best musicians in Denver. We’re expanding hours for hour full cocktail bar with some seriously skilled bartending behind the apron with the talented Logan. And as always, we’re pushing forward on our commitment to addressing food insecurity faced by our Denver neighbors. Stay tuned for exciting news from our partner Focus Point on the pay how you can farmer’s market and more.
Starting April 1st our hours will be:
Cafe with coffee, breakfast and to-go lunch: 8am to 3pm Monday through Friday (breakfast served until 11:30 with grab and gos available after),
Full Bar with specialty cocktails, local beer and wine – 3pm to 10pm Wednesday through Saturday. Please note that during shows, drinks can be consumed on site on the mezzanine, or taken to-go. Tickets will be available for purchase if not sold out.
Lost City Live– ticketed outdoor concerts Friday and Saturday nights from 6-10pm. Tickets are available for purchase on Eventbrite. The bar will be open to non ticket holders for to-go drinks only. Tickets can be purchased on site if available.
After the year from hell, come celebrate life with us again this summer!
About Lost City
We opened our doors in October 2019. The name Lost City is inspired by the ‘Ciudad Perdida’ of Teyuna in northern Colombia, evocative of lost places around the world and closer to home, from Mesa Verde to abandoned mining towns. It honors the lost city of Globeville, our neighborhood that was incorporated as a city in 1891 only to be annexed by Denver and sliced by development and freeways. And despite being in the vibrant and renewed heart of Denver, the Taxi complex sometimes feels a bit like a lost city.