Wynkoop Brewing Co.
The “Koop” can turn your dinner outing into a crazy long night. Ironically, Edward Wynkoop was Denver’s first sheriff. Today, the historic brewpub brings you some of the best beer around. When you first walk in, you have a few options—turn right you end up in the bar, turn left you’re in the dining area, go upstairs and you end up in the “Koop” with pool, a shuffle table and tasty libations, or go downstairs to Impulse Theater for some excellent comedy shows. The interior wood-lined floors and pillars really bring out the history in the building. Beer buff? Try Patty’s Chile Beer; you can actually smell and taste the jalapeños as you sip away.
Also, word on the street says the fish and chips are some of the best in the town. Wow, Denver’s first sheriff really kicked butt.
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- Atmosphere and Personality
- Fun And Flirty
- Darts, Pool Tables, and Shuffleboard
- Jukebox and Kids Menu
- Worth Noting
Brunch Sat. & Sun., 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Bloody Mary Bar on Sun., 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Happy Hour Mon.-Fri. from 3 p.m.-6 p.m., $1 off well wine and beer
- Outdoor Seating
- Paid Lot and Street
- Wheelchair Access