Marijuana Jazz Club Comes to Colorado
A once popular Colorado bar will most likely be converted into a suitable for marijuana jazz club before the end of October.
The club, formerly known as Drunken Monkey Quarter Tavern, was recently purchased by a Colorado man who has been involved for several years in the growing marijuana industry in Centennial State.
The man, Denver Joshua Davis said when Colorado ran a lottery to obtain licenses for businesses to open marijuana-friendly establishments, it “lit up like a Christmas tree.”
Since marijuana hospitality became legal in Colorado, Davis was looking for an establishment to establish himself and become a marijuana-friendly business.
Lucky for him, he was able to buy the Drunken Monkeys neighborhood tavern after it was forced to close and is now considering converting it to a more marijuana-friendly place.
It’s unclear why Davis chose jazz as the music of choice for his new club, but he plans to convert the former Drunken Monkey Neighborhood tavern into a marijuana-friendly jazz club where patrons could not only enjoy the plant. in public. and enjoy jazz music, but also buy it in legal quantities.
The club is located in Adams County, near the Denver metro area, at 7667 Washington Street. In addition to live music and marijuana, Davis plans to set up flat-screen TVs, games, an outdoor patio, and food when the new club opens.
Davis said he had always been interested in opening a marijuana club and that after some renovations he will be able to do so at the facility he now owns.