Where to Drink This Week: Denver – the Three Lions Pub

September 17th, 2013 Posted by Denver, Where To Drink This Week No Comment yet


A Drinking Safe Haven on Denver’s E. Colfax Ave.


Three Lions Pub

There may be few places on Denver’s infamously rough and sometimes wicked street, E. Colfax Ave., where you can feel at complete ease.  However, set amidst the ongoing chaos is a gem known as the Three Lions Pub, one of Denver’s coziest and most welcoming pubs that offers a much needed drinking safe haven for visitors to this colorful and eclectic part of the city of Denver.  The pub is modeled after some of London’s finest pubs, offering a congenial “pub” atmosphere that has been a central part of Britain’s societal infrastructure for as long as the Brits have been drinking.

The Bar at Three Lions Pub

The Bar at Three Lions Pub

Beyond its much desired friendly and welcoming atmosphere, the Three Lions Pub serves as a major gathering place for European football (as in soccer) fans.  With walls adorned by a superfluous amount of football memorabilia, the Three Lions pub is not shy about its obsession.  Its obsession is taken to a new level with hours that literally revolve around the European football schedule.  The Three Lions Pub will open earlier for European football with opening hours sometimes extending into the wee hours of the morning when the sun is yet to arise.

Naturally, the Three Lions Pub’s obsession for football is connected with its passion for enjoying a refreshing pint as you cheer on your favorite team.  Every quality London pub offers a collection of fine ales, and the Three Lions Pub is no different.  With such classics as Fuller’s independent family brewers, Copenhagen’s Carlsberg beer, and the world famous German wheat beer, Paulaner, the Three Lions pubs offers some of the very same quality European brews that form an intrinsic part of any traditional London pub.

A Tap Table at Three Lions

A Tap Table at Three Lions with Carlsberg & Paulaner

These brews along with wells and wines can be enjoyed for prices that make watching “a bit of footy on the telly” while you enjoy a pint of fine ale a more than affordable hobby.  Enjoy $2 off 20 oz. drafts, $1 off 14 oz drafts, $3 wells, and $3 wines.  With a happy hour every day, two times a day, from 3pm to 7pm and 10pm to 2 am, and on weekends from 7 am to 11 am, you have plenty of chances to enjoy this safe haven as you sip upon the happy hour drink of your choosing.  For those weekend warriors crazy enough about football to awake early morning to root on their team, Three Lions pub offers weekend football specials from 7 to 11 am every weekend.  This weekend special includes $3.50 Bloody Mary’s and $3.75 Mimosas in addition to the regular happy hour specials.

Affordable, high-quality drinks matched with an atmosphere that makes one feel at home makes the Three Lions Pub one of the most popular spots for both Denver-ites and visitors alike.  Set in a more stodgy and yet colorful part of Denver, the Three Lions Pub offers a safe and cozy haven for people to take a much needed hiatus from the craziness of everyday life and enjoy the big game with fellow fans the way the Brits have always done.

The Three Lions Pub is located at 2239 E. Colfax Ave Denver CO 80206; Tel: 303-997-6886.


Now for the Denver foodie trivia question to see how educated of a foodie you are!

The Three Lions Pub is located just across the street from what other popular spot for thirsty (and hungry) visitors to E. Colfax to frequent?  Hint: They are famous for their south of the border cuisine and are a part of Culinary Connector’s E. Colfax Savor the Flavors walking food tour.

Tune in this coming Friday for the answer!

The answer to this past Friday’s blog question: “True/False: Second Home Kitchen & Bar’s secret ingredient to their Bread Pudding French Toast is Nutella.

Answer: True – Second Home Kitchen makes their signature Bread Pudding French Toast doused in a sinfully sweet nutella maple syrup accompanied with a generous dollop of creme anglaise.

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