Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen
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Reviews by hopfacebrew:
2.64/5 rDev -36.4%
Rolled into Euclid Hall last night on a whim after dinner. I have been before but usually late night or over lunch so it was nice to take everything in anew. The atmosphere is nice, I really enjoy the faucet/tap sign on 14th Street. Open and airy. Crowded on a Friday night. We spoke to the hostess who directed us to a table at "the bar" which was open seating. Right after we sat down a server came by and explained we were not actually at the bar and needed to move immediately. We explained the hostess brought us to the table which clearly annoyed the young man who again demanded we vacate the seating. Ok. Meandered about 2.5 paces to the right and ordered a beer based on the giant chalkboard. Crooked Stave!? Yes please. Ordered the beer and the bartender in annoyance thrust a beer menu in my face and lectured that the chalkboard was not accurate (then why make it THE focal point of the place?). Inaccurate indeed as 70% of the beers on the board were not on the menu. While examining the beer menu the same bartender ripped it from my hands to hand to another patron. Seriously. From what I was able to gather the bottle list was good, but extremely expensive. A bomber of Dry Dock Seven Seas was $20 (retail $7). Needless to say the visit did not last long. Hoped to try food but choose to leave instead. I haven't had this experience at Euclid before but it was unsettling. Doubt I will be back as I see no reason to visit an establishment that can't direct patrons to a correct table, is rude, can't update a beer menu, with a staff with poor attitudes. It is a shame, could be a great place. I'll stick with Freshcraft, thanks.
02-26-2012 19:07:08 | More by hopfacebrew
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4.33/5 rDev +4.3%
A solid beer program including cellar offerings. Food is typically trendy takes on savory favorites such as poutine, chicken and waffles, and charcuterie. Quality may change from day to day, and portions are small. Lunchtime doesn't require a reservation, but it's wise to have one for dinner.
07-06-2014 15:37:49 | More by bsinger45
4.63/5 rDev +11.6%
Stopped in here on my trip to Denver and man am I glad I did. Incredible food--I got the duck confit poutine--and a great beer selection. But then be sure to check out their cellar list. Things like 2012 Sucaba (I was there in 2014), 2011 BA Yeti, 2011 BA Hibernation, 2011 BA Old Ruffian, 2007 Raison d’Extra, lots of Avery BA Series stuff, FW 16, etc. The prices for the food were reasonable. The prices for the beer were all over the place. Regular beer list was perfectly fine, but the cellar was really a mess. $43 for 2011 BA Yeti, $54 for 2011 BA Hibernation. OK, fine. But then $36 for La Folie Transatlantique Kriek and $43 for Dogfish Head American Beauty? I don’t get it. Anyway, definitely stop in here and if you’re looking for cellar stuff it seems to be the place to go in the area.
07-04-2014 00:22:36 | More by BMMillsy
3.13/5 rDev -24.6%
Party of 10 of us visited last night and unfortunately, were not too impressed. While we had read and heard the food was great and worth it though on the pricier side, we definitely did not really enjoy the chicken and waffles and were very disappointed with the small sizes of some of the entrees and apps. The poutine was good with a great, way-too-salty fries as a base and the foie gras was nice as well, but overall we felt like we were putting way too much down for too little food, and the drafts starting at $5.25 was a bit unreasonable as well. The setting was akin to a beer hall, so made for an incredibly loud night though there weren't too many other folks there, and it was a running complaint among our party as you were shouting all night only to be able to be heard by the person sitting immediately next to you. Fun look and feel, but overall unfortunately not for us.
06-15-2014 21:43:01 | More by WKrieger
Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen in Denver, CO
92 out of 100 based on 29 ratings.