This neighborhood Irish pub specializes in craft beer and whiskey. Try the chef's tribute to his Cajun roots with the creamy shrimp and grits.
Enjoy pub food made with local ingredients, along with an extensive selection of local beers, wines, and spirits. Be sure to try the fan-favorite Colorado lamb burger.
This farmhouse kitchen and pub offers European dishes and cocktails inspired by local, farm-fresh ingredients. Try the smoked mule foot pork rib with beef fat noodle, or the chilled turnips in coriander in a vintage, industrial-style atmosphere.
This London-style pub features family dining by day and pub atmosphere by night. Use your detective skills to navigate an extensive menu including various lunch combos and the ever-popular fish and chips, made with beer-battered Atlantic cod.
Traditional fish and chips (cod, tilapia, prawns, and more) plus other English fare all made in-house, such as shepherd's pie, bangers and mash, and Cornish pasties. European soccer and rugby games are televised.
A sports bar known for their burgers.
Enter through the Prohibition-era "front," Bonanno's Wednesday's Pie. Order pies in the bar all week and order off a menu of small bites, which includes the Philly egg roll, filled with cabbage, pepper, and roast beef, and served with a choice of either Gruyere Fondue or Cheez Whiz.
This pub does a brisk business with two patios, twenty-one beers on tap, and an affordable menu of burgers, burritos, and veggie specialties like the Reuben (beer-baked tempeh stands in for corned beef).
Cozy into a telephone booth like "snug" or onto a bar stool and order up a cold pint with a plate of corned beef and cabbage. The pub menu offers a variety of beers as well as traditional American pub fare.
This historic hall has been transformed into an expansive two-story bar and kitchen. Innovative and high-quality international pub food is on the menu, including house-made sausages, schnitzels, and po' boys. Try the poutines—hand-cut fries smothered in gravy and cheese curds.