On the corner of 15th and Market is where you will find Chloe. A jet-setting, New York fashionista, who has planted her roots in Downtown Denver to share her experiences from all around the world. The culmination of her travels has manifested into three distinct spaces in one venue. These include the Mezze Lounge, Garden, and Discotheque.
A breezy and sophisticated Mezze Lounge appeals to a variety of guests seeking a hip, upbeat venue with deliciously affordable fare. “Mezze” is defined as a small plate in Greek, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern cuisine. These dishes range from traditional Fattoush, unique salads, flatbread pizza, hummus, and a variety of kabobs specially crafted by Executive Chef Jose Guerrero.
After dinner, take a stroll through Chloe’s garden. This 2,000 square foot space will feature high-top fire pits,and an outdoor bar to keep you cool and refreshed during the summer months. The Garden provides a small sanctuary for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of Market Street.
Next, venture into Chloe’s discotheque, which was designed to be more European in feel with rich design textures from floor to ceiling. The discotheque boasts a custom-made sound system, never-before-seen 22 foot LED wall, and 20 coveted tables reserved for Denver’s elite. The music is a combination of Top 40, mash ups, and vocal house that will be mixed nightly by the country’s top DJ’s and celebrity hosts. Because of the limited capacity, bottle service reservations are required or guests need to be on the High-Profile guest list.
Chloe is the place where Denver’s celebrities, scenesters, business professionals, and trendsetters alike can come together in one place.
Chloe’s signature cocktails, crafted by Mixologist Eryn Latterman, are so unique, individual, and delicious it will make your experience at Chloe unforgettable. Browse through the pictures of our signature cocktails including the Conte de Fee, Greccian Sunset, Whiskey Kiss, Ginger Garden, Summer Holiday, Aperito, Agean Sea, French Rivera, Kiwi Capirinia, and Melon Margarita.
Photographs by Jerry Martin and Marc Piscotty