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THE MERCURY CAFE's exploration of food, the arts, politics and community that surround food began on the Ides of March, 1975 in Indian Hills, Colorado.
After several incarnations in Denver, it settled here in the center of town in 1990, opening on Halloween.
The building is a three ring circus with Music, Dance, Theater & Poetry. In the Rose Dining Room you can expect quiet beautiful Jazz & Classical Musicians. In the Jungle Dining Room you will find song with Concerts,
Community Theater, Flamenco, Opera, Poetry, Films, and later in the evening, up and coming Indi music Bands. In the Dancehall expect concerts, Swing, Salsa, Tango, Blues and Samba and Dance Classes, Birthday Parties, Weddings, Receptions & other Special Events.The Mercury Cafe has community as their purpose and they love to host the events that bring people together. They are always searching for new, fun, beautiful, original local music, embracing musicianship.The dance hall has a special and unique ambiance, and is one the first ones to host Milongas in Denver.The Jungle Room can accommodate up to 100 people, while the dance hall can accommodate up to 400.It serves locally-sourced vegetables, fruits, grains, meat, fish and bar selections, augmented with fair trade imports. Theirs is an organic menu with meat/fish, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free choices. They treasure our local farmers, ranchers, vintners and distilleries.
The Savoy at Curtis Park occupies the second floor of a landmark Victorian building. Built in 1887 and residing in the historic Curtis Park Neighborhood, the second floor was used as a private social club with a dance floor/social space, lobby, and lounge. Today, it remains as one of the few surviving spaces of its kind in the city of Denver.
A short walk from Coors Field, adjacent to the RiNo Arts and Entertainment District, the building was renovated in 2001.
In 2012 the second floor was restored to its original configuration and the maple and cherry wood floors were returned to their original luster. The room and the lounge retain their original pressed tin ceilings and both spaces are illuminated by the original nine foot windows that offer city and mountain views.
Offering affordable rates and a capacity of 275, the Savoy at Curtis Park is able to accommodate a wide range of dance, performance, and social uses; so be it a dance class, wedding, concert or business gathering, give us a call and let us show you the Savoy at Curtis Park.