Back in 1933, the Denver we know today was really just being born — and, in some significant ways, reborn. That was the year of Cherry Creek’s August flood, a disaster brought about by the failure of the Castlewood Dam, which reshaped much of the landscape surrounding the creek. It was also the inaugural year of the City and County Building, still an architectural showpiece in Denver’s downtown. And the jazz bar Herb’s landed at 2057 Larimer Street that year. While it might not be as historic as the flood or as photographed as the City and County Building, the club has definitely made a lot more people happy for the past nine decades.
Herb’s was originally called Herb’s Hideout, a nod to the Wild West image of Denver and Colorado at the time. And it’s true that the Queen…
Teague Bohlen 2023-05-01 15:34:00
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