I just moved in down the street and have been longing to come to this restaurant/bar for weeks. The owner of this establishment should clean house with some hard working employees who prefer to do their job rather than sit on the porch and tell people they closed early. From my time working in hospitality if it was slow every single day you would be happy with every single customer, yet if you show up at any point after 8:00 (they close at 10PM) before you walk in the door “the kitchen is closed” or “closed early because it’s slow”…. as if they wanted customers to leave because we were being a bother. The reason it’s slower than other places in the area is because they continuously close early and people learn not to waste their time going there.
First off, Cesar was absolutely lovely from the moment we walked in the door. Hands down some of the best service in Denver. We shared the lamb and the London broil, and while both phenomenal, I would have the lamb as my last meal if ever on death row. Wonderful environment with an old school vibe. The entire staff was friendly and fun! Go here now. Go here yesterday. Go here tomorrow. Thank you, Pints Pub!
This was the best meal I have had in 10 years. The beer was excellent with British Character. The Whiskey flight was excellent, and the waiters Whiskey suggestions were better. Thr food was great from appetizer through dessert. We were there over 2 hours enjoying every minute and never feeling rushed or neglected.
Food was okay, weird mix of Irish and English foods. Food and drinks weren’t particularly British, it’s what you’d find in an Americanized Irish pub. Let’s just say we’ve had much better bangers n’ mash in Colorado. The grilled chicken sandwich did hit the spot. That being said, the building and environment was really cool. It did feel like they tried a bit too hard to make it look like what Americans think an English pub looks like. But Telephone box outside was fun! Overall, it’s very close the the art museum so it was a perfect after stop. Glad we came in, good to try once. Also adding: overly expensive for what it was. 60+ for lunch for two.
Great British Pub!! My dad (lived in England for years) got super nostalgic. Absolutely great food, beers, vibe and service. Short walk from the Denver Art Museum and absolute gem! Recommend.
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