The new bar

Telluride’s historic downtown now has another option on the bar, lounge and music scene, with The Liberty open in the former Trinity and O’Bannon’s space at 121 S. Fir Street.

The property has been completely reinvented from its predecessors, with a total remodel and expansion. More than 350 tons of dirt and rock was excavated by hand, expanding the space from 1700 square feet to 2500 square feet, with raised ceilings and added windows allowing for significantly more light.

The Liberty features a raised lounge area on the south side with couches and fireplace, a 30-foot long bar with copper top relocated to the west side, tall tables and chairs throughout, and a stage on the north side.

The Liberty

The modern lounge and bar provide a relaxing space to kick back with friends, while the easy switch to stage and concert-mode allows The Liberty to feature all types of events, ranging from concerts, receptions, to group gatherings and much more.

The Liberty offers a broad variety of libations, starting with 12 beers on tap including local and national flavors, a 35 bottle wine & champagne list ranging from $9 glasses and prosecco splits to bottles of Veuve Clicquot and Dom Perignon, and a handful of crafted cocktails from a comprehensive spirits inventory. Light snacks are offered from Over The Moon.