Great lunch service in a very British pub style restaurant. The fish and chips is very good although the fish (salmon) is grilled and not deep fried - but very delicious! And salad included makes this a very pleasant day out!
Came here for dinner last night with colleagues. For appetizer we got the cheese plate. That was pretty good with the dill cheese, ham, and other assortment of stuff. The fries with the gravy on it was really good. The gravy seemed to have a heavy nutty flavor and was just delicious along with the cheese on the fries. For main plate i got the lamb skewers. The meat was well marinated but the skewers turned out too well done and extremely dry. The wasabi aioli was a nice touch for the lamb though.
One of my favorite pubs/breweries of all time! Up until now, I have been to this beautiful place more than a dozen times, especially for their amazing happy hour. The atmosphere is perfect and unmatched. There is even a second floor! With the fantastic decor and music, it genuinely feels like a traditional British/Scottish pub, especially with the authentic dishes and quality pints. Sometimes I just come here during the day and just read Shakespeare because the vibe is absolutely divine. Especially with COVID, I highly recommend this place to anyone who wants to “escape” to a new world in these times. I learn something new every time I go here. I brought my date here, and the server was truly amazing to us. Service was 10/10. He even gave us a mini-tour of the brewery with fun trivia on the establishment. Who would’ve guessed this place has the most extensive assortment of whiskeys in the country?! I am in love with this place, and more people should know about it! Everything from the food, interior/exterior design, alcohol selection, music, atmosphere, cleanliness, and service, one could not go wrong with Pints Pub. Every time I go, it is never busy, which is a virtue during COVID, but an absolute shame for the folks who are missing out. Truly a hidden gem of Downtown Denver. (I have to this place like a dozen times in the last 12 months)
Friday evening; the food and staff were lovely. Everyone was appropriately attentive, but not overbearing. I could live on just the malt vinegar chips for the rest of my life.
Stopped in for a quick dinner after visiting the Denver Museum of Art a block away. So glad I did. They have their own beers. I only tried one brown ale but it was very good. I had the Lamb for dinner which was cooked perfectly and tasted great. The sides were mashed potatoes and gravy and a salad. The salad had Bleu Cheese dressing that was obviously made in house. Everything was really good including the service.
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