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Mark Antonation

Millers & Rossi

Mark Antonation
An unprepossessing storefront at the north end of the Tracks/EXDO building at 35th and Walnut streets doesn't look much like RiNo's hippest new gathering space. From the outside, it looks like a dentist's office or a small legal firm. The name on the door, Millers & Rossi, might even support that notion. But those in the know will head inside to peruse the art gallery up front before ducking through a second doorway — vaguely disguised as a framed print — into a dark, sexy speakeasy in the back. Once inside the bar, cushy seating in lounge areas and at the copper-topped bar will invite you to settle in for a drink or three. The house cocktails are based on the classics, with showy twists like a smoked glass used in the house Manhattan. But don't give the art gallery short shrift. The small space is loaded with works from local talent, including photography by Dustin Miller, who also serves as the gallery's curator.

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