Where to Drink this Week: Williams and Graham

January 7th, 2014 Posted by Cocktails, Where To Drink This Week No Comment yet

Unwind with a Craft Cocktail

Williams and Graham

The holidays are finally over and anxieties, excitement, and harsh realities need to be addressed. What better way to unwind than with a craft cocktail? At Williams and Graham, a speakeasy that transports you straight back to the Prohibition era, strong craft cocktails and a relaxed, dim lit environment will ease and provide composure.

Williams and Graham

Upon walking into a small library, the hostess will lead you into the bar/seating area through a hidden door. With comfortable seats at the bar, relaxing all night while taking advantage of the inventive cocktails is an easy task. The establishment is a great place to bring friends for after-the-holidays- drinks, and the atmosphere is perfect to kick back and rejuvenate. One of the best cocktails, one in which Williams and Graham is somewhat “known” for, is the Blackberry Sage Smash, made with whisky muddled blackberries, lemon juice and sage. It’s not too sweet, but is super easy going down, so much so that you find yourself three deep before you know it. With their innovative concoctions and hand carved ice, every guest is sure to find a cocktail that suits them for the evening.

Williams and Graham

Williams and Graham is located at 3160 Tejon Street (303) 997-8886

Monday-Sunday 5PM-1AM

Now for the Denver foodie trivia question to see how educated of a foodie you are!

What era does Williams and Graham model their establishment after?

Check back on Friday for the answer!

The answer to last Friday’s blog question: What type of wood does Acorn use in the wood-fired oven and grills? Answer: Oak!


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