Denver Press Club to re-open with limited hours Sept. 17, require masks and social distancing

The Denver Press Club is now open.

We are proud to announce that the Denver Press club clubhouse has re-opened for our members and their guests. The club has been closed since mid-March because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

We’ll be featuring drinks and a limited menu, alongside some new protections for your health and safety:

  • Masks are required for entry and when moving about the clubhouse
  • We’ve implemented new physical distancing measures to ensure everyone stays safe.
  • Our capacity is limited to 23 people at any given time, and we’ll be strictly enforcing that limit.
  • For now, we’ll be open Thursday and Fridays from 4-11 p.m. If enough members and their guests signal they’d like additional hours, we’re on board. But it all comes down to you.

In-house caterer Mezcla Maggie will be working on a limited Happy Hour menu of bar foods for sale.

We’ve missed you all terribly. See you soon at the Clubhouse!

Share this post

Picture of Skyler McKinley

Skyler McKinley

Skyler McKinley is on the board of directors for the Denver Press Club, where he's served since 2018 and as treasurer since 2022. The spokesman and head of government affairs for AAA in three states, he previously served in a variety of senior roles in the administration of Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper. He owns and operates the Oak Creek Tavern in the rural heart of Colorado's Yampa Valley, and is a contributor to Denver7, FOX31, and Denver Westword, among others.

Leave a Comment

The Denver Press Club plot at Riverside Cemetery.

Tombstones, Tumbleweeds & Tall Tales

The Denver Press Club plot at Riverside Cemetery. Writer and Club Treasurer Skyler McKinley explores the Denver Press Club plot at Riverside Cemetery. I was honored to write this week’s