There are no restaurants within the hotel compound. However, the hotel's strategic location places it within walking distance of dozens of dining establishments. Adjacent to the hotel is the McCormick's Fish House & Bar that serves seafood and steaks. The establishment claims that the fishes are flown in daily while other ingredients are sourced from local ranches and farms. The dark rich interior makes it the perfect spot to enjoy fine dining.
Complimentary coffee and tea are available in the lobby and on the second floor. For those too fussed to leave the room, ring the 24-hour room service for the drinks to be sent to your doorstep.
The Oxford Hotel boasts housing Denver's first post-prohibition bar, opening just one day after the prohibition was repealed in 1933. As the oldest bar in the city, the legendary Cruise Room initially made its name serving martinis, and more recently, upscale cocktails. One of its most popular drinks is the Red Widow, which is a peach vodka, champagne, elderflower liqueur and jalapeno juice concoction. Another must-try would be the Bourbon Potation, a spicy herb mix of local Colorado bourbon, ginger liqueur, apple butter and fresh sage.
Also known for its neon red lighting and orange hued walls, the Cruise Room was styled after a lounge on the ocean liner Queen Mary. With intimate and cosy booths and walls adorned with beautiful ceiling-to-floor Art Deco murals, the bar has been a long-time popular destination for gatherings and dates.
Bar aside, all guests staying at the hotel will also receive two complimentary drinks - Bourbon and cordial - during designated social hours. Check with the hotel for the latest dates and timings
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