Argyll – A Gastropub (NOW CLOSED)

Since the gastropub first appeared in England as a way to introduce gastronomy into a friendly pub setting, the concept has been making its way across America finding low key foodies in all of the city stops it makes. Nestled among the boutique shops of the Cherry Creek shopping district, one might assume that the gastropub Argyll would have an air of pretention about it. After all, it does have to complete with a handful of pricey local favorites like Houstons and Elways. But, once you descend the brick staircase to the front door of restaurant, you notice a more . . . → Read More: Argyll – A Gastropub (NOW CLOSED)

Euclid Hall

The upstairs seating area

Nestled on the edge of Larimer Square, this recent edition to the Denver foodscape offers an eclectic set of tapas styled pub foods that are far from your average pub fare.  With options like Bone Marrow, Blood Sausage and fried pigs ears, even a more adventurous eater might have to take a second look at some of the menu options.  Have no fear though; every item on the menu is exceedingly delicious.

In keeping with tapas tradition, our table ordered a handful of plates that everyone at the table could share.  First delivered were . . . → Read More: Euclid Hall