Great atmosphere! Great authentic craft beer! Delicious food! Huge variety of malt whisky! Great Happy Hour deals (chicken wings)! I cannot believe this was my first time to go to this place since I've worked downtown, on-and-off, for 20+ years. But now that I've been there, I will be going more regularly. I had the Lamb Stew which was fantastic. My friend had the London Broil which he enjoyed, too. And a shout out to Kakie, our server who had really well thought out recommendations.
Not bad if you're in the neighborhood. The beer selection is balanced with a brown, ESB, Flanders Red, stout, IPA, etc. They had a large scotch/whisky selection, as advertised. The menu had lighter options past your typical pub food. The fish and chips are "new world" which is just grilled salmon and thin, crispy fries. They make it clear in the menu that is not your typical fish and chips, but I wish they also had your typical fish and chips. Not a destination, but a nice spot to have a drink and a bite.
Before ordering the Buckingham Chef salad, I specifically asked the server if the turkey on it was lunch meat or if it was carved turkey- I am pregnant and trying to avoid lunch meats. She kindly double checked with the chef and said that it was carved turkey breast, however, it was lunch meat. For a $15 salad I was extremely disappointed in both the ingredients and the portion size (1 star). Do yourself a favor and instead order the London broil or any other other dishes. Way better ingredients and way better portion for just about $1 more.
Pints has THE best scotch selection. Ben was amazing at providing scotch recommendations based on my tastes. If you aren't a scotch fan, they brew their own beer (great selection). Also their food was mouth watering delicious! We got the lamb and one of the burgers. On both plates, the meat was tender and juicy and the sides were more than impressive. I could not stop eating! I will definitely be returning.
Very overrated. When I was here there were no less than three single malts on the menu that they did not have. It's almost a joke that they claim to have the largest selection of scotch in the country. They do not. Not even close. The location is odd. The entire pub is actually in a converted house. I had some food here and it was very poor English style pub grub that I wouldn't order again. Did I pay too much for the scotch that I did have? That is debatable. One thing is for sure, the proprietor of this public house isn't doing a good enough job with it. I'd say he is dishonest based on the ACTUALLY selection of malts on location. It's subpar at best! If you want a better experience with a better atmosphere, there are dozens of other spots in Denver that offer great whiskey and better food.
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