September 26, 2022

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Awake, Denver’s First Sober Bar Closes Temporarily While It Looks for a New Location

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Awake, which became Denver’s first sober bar when it opened at 2240 North Clay Street last May, will go into hibernation as its owners look for a new location. The bar will temporarily close after August 21.

The concept operates as a coffee shop by day and an alcohol-free bar by night. Co-owner Billy Wynne says he and his wife Christy decided to open the shops a few years into their sober journey because, “We wanted to contribute to the alcohol-free movement and create a space in Denver where people can come have fun, feel safe and have some tasty beverages.”

The couple’s idea resonated with many others. “The community response was truly incredible, so warm and loving,” Wynne notes. “After we opened, we were jam-packed and we received hundreds of messages across social media and emails…

Shaina Walsh

2022-08-12 12:42:00

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