Fort Greene

321 E. 45th Ave.
Denver, CO 80216
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In 2015, Fort Greene took over the Globeville space that was previously Crash 45, and before that the White Owl and before that the Portulaca Cafe, a Slavic speakeasy. This incarnation was founded by Eleanor Cheetham and Bretton Scott, two former residents of Brooklyn’s Fort Greene neighborhood, and Cheetham has owned it outright for the past four years. Part comfortable living room, part night club and part dive bar, Fort Greene has become a go-to spot for artists, musicians and other members of Denver’s creative class.

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