Long-time locals, Todd, Lisa, and Grant Gibson have been part of the Durango community for 24 years. As Bayfield residents, Todd spent many years as a volunteer firefighter, including fighting the Missionary Ridge fires, and Lisa’s passion for entertaining led to the family’s purchase of Farquarhts in 2008. It started as Derailed Saloon and has transitioned over the last eight years into a warm and welcoming Speak Easy-style venue that has become the “The Pour House.” Lisa and Todd have worked wholeheartedly to maintain a clean, safe, friendly, fun, and affordable atmosphere, which creates not just a night out on the town but a true Durango experience. Lisa knows and states that “she is only as good as her people,” which is evident by her appreciation of her staff and customers. She embraces all that it takes to have a place where anyone can go, alone or with a group, and feel that they belong. The Pour House caters to all your needs.
Projection screens and a sound system make this spot an ideal location for fundraising and other professional events. Scratch-made food prepared daily using locally grown, seasonal ingredients; craft martinis and cocktails; 14 draft beers; and an affordable wine list only adds to the versatility of this bar.
A grand mahogany bar from 1890s Silverton, a wood-burning fireplace, open-air windows, a beautiful outdoor patio with misters for hot summer days, 6 large HDTVs and 3 big screens creates the perfect environment to enjoy our large variety of appetizers and shared plates.
Local and traveling musicians and a dueling piano bar only add to the Speak Easy feel of this local bar and restaurant that you can call your own. Come on in to experience this one-of-a-kind place in the heart of Durango.