The Source, the five-year-old market hall from Zeppelin Development, starts to reveal its changes with a new bar that serves smoothies and wellness shots by day and Latin American cocktails by night. Isabel takes over the RiNo Yacht Club space.
Isabel sits in the center of the original Source iron foundry building with fresh-pressed juices, smoothies, wellness shots of fresh herbs and produce, recovery/hydration kits, and more. Krissy Sciarra, founder of Harvest Juicery in Chicago, consulted on the juice and wellness program. By day, the space offers juices paired seasonally with Mexican and South American liquors along with a beer and wine menu.
By night, full cocktail service takes over, with the bar staff infusing spirits, blending fresh fruit and juices into cocktails, and juicing citrus to order by hand.
Justin Anderson from Zeppelin Station, Moneygun, and Revival Food Hall; Michael Huebner from Zeppelin Station and Revival Food Hall, and Annie Montgomery from Zeppelin Station, Nocturne, and Modis are behind the project.
Isabel takes its name from Isabel Nesmith Evans, the president of Colorado Iron Works, the company that built and operated the original 1880s foundry.