We stumbled upon this restaurant while doing a FB check-in at the Coors Brewery tour. We decided to give it a try after our tour and we were not disappointed. They have a very good selection of craft beer some their own, some guest beer (27 beer taps and 24 wines on tap). They have wine slushies, if that calls to you. I personally liked their orange creamsicle --- we got the last of it when we were there 8/24 (sorry). Their food menu consists of appetizers (pretzels, dips and such), salads, and baguette sandwiches. Our party decided on the baguette sandwiches which really hit the spot after a long day travelling and immediately after the Coors tour. I had the chicken baguette with artichoke lemon spread, and I had no complaints. Although the baguettes are pretty thick, there is enough meat and toppings on the sandwich so you don't feel like you are just eating a chunk of bread. Other members of our group had the roast beef with au jus and horseradish spread -- everyone was quite happy with our choice and their food. They do have outdoor seating on the sidewalk, and lots of people were sitting out there with their pups (the venue does have big water bowls for thirsty pets). The place had large windows to take advantage of the Colorado sunshine, and wooden tables and benches for seating. It was bright and cheerful and delicious.
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