Denver >Bars & Clubs > Irish Hound
575 St Paul St, Denver, CO | Directions 8020639.725246 -104.951228
11am - 2am Daily
Neighborhoods: Southeast Denver, Cherry Creek
Great bar, great food – As I walked in and Whodini 'Friends' was playing, I knew I was at the right place. I was just in for a quick bite right before the kitchen closed and they were happy to accommodate. Luckily, happy hour was finished when the kitchen closed, so I had 5 minutes to get my food and drink order in on time. Murphy the Bartender was happy to provide, and I was pleasantly surprised to find cabbage and corned beef egg rolls on the appetizer menu! They definitely hit the spot and will bring me back for more soon.
Good atmosphere... that's it. – Great looking place, the people that go there are friendly and you can almost always get a booth. those are the good parts. The place always seems to be booked for a party and not open to the public (I don't know about you, but if I'm going to a local bar I don't want to wander around town, I want to walk around the block and be able to get in), & the food is awful! Its not meals, its not appetizers, its inbetweens. They are strange concoctions that aren't irish or american and they don't taste good at all.
Go there if its open, but don't eat the food, and by the way... there are rarely specials & I mean rarely.
What a great place! – This place is amazing and I love to drink here but there's just too many madd crazy irishmen running amuck. I'd like to see some Scots in here to maybe mix it up a bit. Regardless, I'm only 20 and not quite old enough to drink beer yet, so it doesn't really matter.
convenient, fun, good prices for cherry creek – the irish hound is fun - if the line is long at the cherry cricket, this place is a great substitute!
This casual Cherry Creek pub is the perfect spot to grab a pint and a good conversation. – In Short
This Irish-style pub comes to life with the after-work set, then evolves into a jeans-clad crowd. Dark-paneled walls, wrought-iron finishes and quirky quotations create an Old-World feel. High ceilings, a long bar and a generously sized center area afford room for moving around, while intimate booths provide for private conversations. Visitors can play pool or shuffleboard in the back, or grab spicy wings, a juicy burger or a corned beef sandwich for sustenance while drinking.
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