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“Tucked away little restaurant”

The Burns Pub & Restaurant
Ranked #7 of 193 Restaurants in Broomfield
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$7 - US$25
Cuisines: British, Pub
Description: Full service pub with over 250 single malt, american, and world whisk(e)y's. Eight beer taps and numerous bottles featuring UK and Colorado Beers. Full Menu with nightly specials. Focus on Authentic British and some American Food. Fish and Chips, Scotch Eggs, Bangers and Mash, Shepherd's Pie, Pie of the Day, Pub Burgers, Whisky Wings and Wonderful Entree Specials from Beef Wellington and Prime Rib to Cornish Game Hen and Chicken Windsor. Outdoor Seating. LIVE music every Sunday evening. Brunch on Saturday & Sunday 10 - 2.
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Description: Full service pub with over 250 single malt, american, and world whisk(e)y's. Eight beer taps and numerous bottles featuring UK and Colorado Beers. Full Menu with nightly specials. Focus on Authentic British and some American Food. Fish and Chips, Scotch Eggs, Bangers and Mash, Shepherd's Pie, Pie of the Day, Pub Burgers, Whisky Wings and Wonderful Entree Specials from Beef Wellington and Prime Rib to Cornish Game Hen and Chicken Windsor. Outdoor Seating. LIVE music every Sunday evening. Brunch on Saturday & Sunday 10 - 2.
Reviewed 17 June 2014 via mobile

Good home cooked meals. Fresh and sinfully delicious. Corn beef, mash potatoes with carrots, onions,and mushrooms.
The crowd is a variety of people. Nice atmosphere. Thank you. Rita Bennett and Steve Nordstrom from Westminster Colorado.

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Reviewed 16 May 2014

We came here for dinner and we're not dissappointed. The scotch selection was great and the food was excellent. I had the bubble and squeak and it was fabulous. It was a small space so it felt intimate as well. I h A different a great time.

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Thank Staci G
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Reviewed 14 October 2013

The Burns Pub is an undiscovered treasure. From the moment you open the squeaky front door and peer into the dim interior, you realize you are in a pub that could easily be located in a small village in Scotland. The staff are friendly, Johnny, the manager, is on premises much of the time to make sure your stay is enjoyable, and they have a really nice selection of single malt.

For those who don't know, single malt is the top rung of the Scotch whisky ladder. The Scots are justifiably proud of their whisky, and the Burns pub is an excellent place for some education (if you need it) and enjoyment of this cultural treasure.

They have some decent beer as well. I had a wee heavy from Bellhaven the first time I visited, and it was outstanding, very reminiscent of a trip to Scotland. Went back on a Sunday evening for the Irish music session and enjoyed a couple of pints of Murphy's Stout, which they carry on draft. They also have Boddington's and Chimay on draft. I turned up my nose a bit at Boddington's because it's an English beer and my Scottish and Irish heritage kicks up a bit at that. I want to try the Chimay on a future visit. Apparently, it's a Belgian Trappist beer and sounds quite intriguing.

One nice aspect of a pub that is different from a bar is that you meet new and old friends every time you visit. A good pub becomes a welcoming community, not a meat market for those seeking the opposite sex or a noisy place where you can only converse with the people who came with you by shouting. The Burns Pub fits this description quite well. I had a wonderful chat about the single malts with another customer the first time I stopped by, and was welcomed warmly by the staff and the Irish musicians the second time.

If you've never been to the Burns Pub, it can be a bit hard to find. It's just south of the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (formerly Jeffco Airport) behind Wildflowers Restaurant, but the views of Denver are outstanding. This place is well worth the trip.

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