An all-day listening bar for audiophiles everywhere.
Recently opened in the Santa Fe Arts District is this amazing new lounge that’s spinning vinyl records and serving up craft beer and natural wines. ESP HiFi is not like any other bar that Denver has seen crop up recently (aside from Sunday Vinyl), but something that’s more akin to the Japanese style of lounge rooms where the vibes are chill, the drinks are flowing, and the records are spinning unique, carefully curated beats.
ESP HiFi is an all-day listening lounge that pays homage to this style of bars that cropped up in Japan after World War 2, and the style of their lounge, a bit minimal, warm-toned, and homey draws inspiration from those experiences. During the mornings from around 8am – 3pm, they’re serving deliciously roasted cups of coffee as well.
Esp HiFi values global music, vintage equipment for listening to music, and vinyl. For any vinyl heads, the bar has sourced the finest equipment they could possibly find, starting with their Garrand 401 Turntables, their Thomas Schick Tonearm, Cartridge, and ending with their Klipschorn Speakers.
Esp Hifi is looking to be Denver’s hippest new listening lounge so come check it out before the crowds find out about it. Hours range from 8am to 10ish at night so whether you want to lay back and vibe with some coffee or wine, they’ve got you covered. We’ll see you there!
[featured image by esp.hifi via instagram]