A brand new restaurant and bar that will undoubtedly be a hot spot for night owls in Colorado has just opened and echoes familiar stories such as Alice in Wonderland, The Great Gatsby, and The Secret Garden.

Colorado's New Wonderyard Nightclub Echoes Tales of Fantasy

Wonderyard Garden and Table is the newest and one of the most unique nightclubs to open in Colorado.

Located just around the corner from Coors Field at 2200 Larimer Street in Denver, Wonderyard's decor was inspired by themes and visuals from classic stories including Alice in Wonderland, The Secret Garden, and the Great Gatsby.

However, when the sun sets, this new establishment will not be exactly kid-friendly.

By day, Wonderyard will serve as a restaurant and bar, but by night, the century-old building transforms into a trendy nightclub.

Local DJs will be spinning every Friday and Saturday night, weekends will feature a special brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and despite just opening for business, a burlesque show has already been put on the calendar for April 4, 2024.

Because of its location, Wonderyard will undoubtedly serve as a local favorite for pre-gaming prior to catching a Colorado Rockies game at nearby Coors Field as the establishment specializes in top-shelf food items, a variety of cocktails, and non-alcoholic drinks referred to as "zero-proof."

The historic building has likely never looked better as prior to being transformed into Wonderyard, it sat vacant at its now-prime location for many years.

Keep an eye out on social media for photos of the brand-new Wonderyard as you can be sure that patrons will be regularly documenting its quirky decor.

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