The proof is in the pudding when it comes to finding English cuisine in Denver / Boulder. Voice Places has professional and user reviews to help you choose a place with just the right accent, and our restaurant listings are searchable by name or neighborhood.
The Bulldog's space actually looks and feels like a bar -- not an art gallery, not a nightclub, not a place that could vanish tomorrow and reappear the next day... More »
The Fainting Goat took over a building on Broadway that's been a half-dozen restaurants and bars over the years, giving it a good cleaning, fixing the elevator... More »
With a large patio and huge, wood-accented interior, Fado≥ feels as big as Dublin. The cheeky Irish pub was fashioned by carpenters from the Emerald Isle, and its... More »
Pints Pub claims to have the largest collection of single-malt whisky outside of Britain -- and it certainly has the largest collection in Denver. The spot is also a... More »
Colfax's rowdiest Irish restaurant-and-bar combo is very popular - and for good reason. The ground floor is a traditional pub with a large dining area, big bar and... More »
Founded in Glendale in 1971 by the Peterson brothers, the Bull & Bush has been a family affair ever since and is now run by a second generation of... More »
A self-proclaimed "stray bar," the Barker Lounge attracts a wide array of patrons -- even if the disco balls hanging from the ceiling and the Madonna tunes blaring... More »
The Union Jack flies proudly in the hearts of Streets of London regulars, an Anglophilic bunch of punks, mod fashionistas, Vespa riders and neighborhood... More »
Today the phrase "hair of the dog" refers to a hangover cure, but it originated with the theory that the bite of a rabid dog could be treated by placing a few of the dog's hairs in the wound. Sticking dog hair into a rabies-infested gash probably works about as well as slamming back a few beers when you're hung over: Go ahead and dehydrate yourself further and make that gory headache...
Of all the spirits, whiskey may be the most varied (the world can't even agree on the spelling of the word). Bourbons must be made with at least 51 percent corn in charred oak barrels. Irish whiskey ages distilled cereal grains in wooden casks. Canadian whisky just has to be mashed and distilled in...
I've never understood all the ranting and raving about PBR and hipsters, the media claims and blogger hate that fixies and Williamsburg wannabes drink it ironically. Maybe it's true that a few self-image-humping a-holes who don't like the taste and could afford a pricier brew drink it anyway because it's cool, and shame on them. But for everyone else, it's simple economics: Even with recent...
Personally, my pick for the most grease content per meal in Denver, as well as the most unhealthiest place to eat in Denver is GB Fish & Chips. The GB must stand for the ‚ÄúGrease Box‚ÄĚ. Thickly battered frozen slabs of questionable fish dripping with grease, glistening pools of grease left on the plate and zero vegetables unless you count soggy, mushy potato wedges as...Read Full Review
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Don't try to order lunch after the Liverpool game has started. Your sandwich will be smothered in carmelized onions you asked them to hold, nobody will come to your table to see how you like your food and when you're finished, you'll get the wrong ticket. That said, it seems like a good way to kill an afternoon drinking -- taps on the table! Guinness and...Read Full Review
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