The original IV Bar’s menu consists of a full menu of intravenous IV “drips” — including cold and flu options as well as custom formulations to combat jet lag and altitude sickness — and “à la carte” add-ons, such as B-12 shots, all of which are administered by a staff of registered nurses.
“It’s like a coffee shop because it’s a social thing. People come in with friends or will start talking to the people next to them. It’s more of an experience than getting a service done, because you really relax and unwind for 45 minutes to an hour in a setting I think is different from other clinics that have since opened in Denver.”
, though From the start, Hydrate IV Bar attracted a consistent client base. “A high percentage of our clientele are local to just the Bonnie Brae area, living within a few miles of the shop,” Whealy says. “We’ve found that the audience we’ve captured there is looking for higher-end retail service, and they find that with our setting. Our new location will have a similar vibe, but we know it will be slightly different clientele, as we’ll be seeing a younger demographic in that [Highland] neighborhood than in Cherry Creek and Wash Park. We’re hoping to continue to grow as a neighborhood business and open up to other neighborhoods around Denver, just as we’ve done in Bonnie Brae.”
The owners expect to announce the next location of Hydrate IV Bar in the next ten days, then open that spot in Highland Square two weeks later. They are currently in the hiring process for registered nurses and paramedics; find out more at hydrateivbar.com.