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Multiple intimate spaces and turn-of-the-century architecture mingle seamlessly with an edgy industrial vibe to form the gritty-glam backdrop for neighbors, creatives, and professionals to meet, eat, drink (and stage a photo-op).
Original wooden floorboards antique terrazzo floor tile, 3-ft thick exposed brick walls, reclaimed schoolhouse beams turned tabletops, and massive 100-year-old carriage house doors co-exist harmoniously with mod elements, including metal bar stools made from up-cycled bikes, a 12-ft masterpiece of original graffiti art by 100s of would-be artists, and sleek granite tabletops.
To capitalize on the beautiful CO sunshine Carbon sports two (smoker and dog-friendly) patios with ample shade and cooling misters or space heaters, depending on the need. The front patio is perfect for people watching on Platte, whereas our acclaimed, inimitable back patio—a hidden urban oasis—offers roughhewn picnic benches and cushy lounging areas, plus a sound stage for live music.