Bartender Sean Kenyson's much anticipated 1920's bookstore front speakeasy will open tonight in the Highlands. The bookstore will function as a cocktail and culinary bookstore. Kenyson told Westword, where he's also a contributing writer, that the cocktails will be simple and accessible with a small menu of appetizers and desserts.
Kenyson headed the bar program at Max Mackissock's shuttered Squeaky Bean and was set to open the Occidental, a cocktail bar that was slated to open in the bean's place before leasing agreements fell through. Tending bar at Euclid Hall, waiting for construction at William's & Graham to be complete, Kenyson now has his liquor license and he's ready to pour some cocktails. For those who enjoy see Kenyson at Euclid Hall, fear not. Kenyson told Eater that he plans on keeping a few shifts at the Larimer Square beer haven.
· Williams & Graham Opens Tomorrow [Westword]
· Williams & Graham Reapplies For Liquor License [Westword]
William's & Graham [Photo: Lauren Hendrick]