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Old Louisville Inn
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Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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740 Front St Louisville, CO 80027, United States
740 Front StreetUSColoradoLouisville80027
(303) 666-9982
$$Bar & Grill, Wine BarToday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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Hearty pub fare & cold pints grace the glistening antique bar at this cozy century-old Irish tavern.- Google
"I had the Guinness Meatloaf sandwich with mushroom gravy."
"They did everything they could to cater to my gluten-free needs."
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Carl King
2 years ago
The last time I was at the Old Louisville Inn was back in early July of 1976. I had eaten there several times prior. The place must be memorable if, 36 years later it is still in my mind. At the time, I had a burrito smothered in green chili sauce. Honestly, all these years later I think it was the best food I have ever had! The burrito was huge, and the sauce was fantastic. It all got washed down with a pitcher of Dos Equis. Having lived in Pennsylvania all my life, this food was amazing to me, after all, back in 1976, in Pennsylvania, there were no such things as "smothered burrito". The building was painted white at the time, totally unpretentious, basically a working saloon by the RR tracks kind of place. The word GLUTEN was nowhere to be found on any menu in 1976. To this day, I still tell folks about the best burritos I have ever had, and the little tavern in a dusty flatland town that served them. Hope this review is helpful.
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Edgar Allen
2 years ago
I was a little reluctant to try this pub based on some of the previous reviews. Well, the luck of the Irish was with me. Turns out this Irish Pub has just got through its own version of the "troubles" as happened in Ireland itself. It's a new day here now with the "Troubles" left behind. New chef, new menu and, seemingly, a whole different attitude. I had the Guinness Meatloaf sandwich with mushroom gravy. Meatloaf is my all time favorite dish. Best meatloaf I've had since my Mom passed away decades ago. Also nice, thick fries...all served steaming hot. WOW. The decor honors a very long and distinguished past with the finest hand-made bar back I've ever seen. I'll be a regular now. Happy to have found and tried this establishment!
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LynnRae Ries
a year ago
Totally enjoy this place, the ambiance, the food and the people. They did everything they could to cater to my gluten-free needs.
A Google User
3 years ago
What a great place. Very good food. Great atmosphere. Outdoor patio is nicest in downtown Louisville - and there are great places down here.
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Jim Kreinbrink
a year ago
This place is right next to my office. They have a great meeting space at the back of the building, and a rich history. Great food and atmosphere. Friendly staff too!
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Raymond Johnson
2 years ago
I'd eaten at the Old Louisville Inn a couple years ago (just a salad) and thought it would be a good place for the family to eat for my mother's birthday last week, but unfortunately we didn't stick to salads. My father had the bratwurst (which was the special) and he said it was the worst piece of meat he'd ever eaten -- a bold claim coming from someone who rarely complains about meat of any kind. He said it just tasted like grease and the skin was extremely tough. My sister ordered the Romano-encrusted chicken, but what she got looked a lot like one of those chicken breast fillets you buy in a bulk bag from the frozen section, covered in a white cheese sauce (not crust). It sure didn't look like a $16 entree, but the waitress assured her "That's the chicken we've been using for a while," as if it's helpful to know that she wasn't just unlucky. My French Dip sandwich tasted a little too much like onions and not enough like meat. My mother's steak sandwich looked pretty good and she said it was "fine," which sadly wasn't the reaction we hoped for on her birthday. The Old Louisville Inn has great atmosphere, but I now have little confidence in the food and see no reason to return any time soon.
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David Robertson
a year ago
October 2013. Closed.
A Google User
4 years ago
We're from out of town here on business and this was recommended by the hotel clerk. It was a beautiful evening to eat outside and the food was great. I had a salmon sandwich on sourdough that was excellent, along with a local beer on tap. Nice and laid back, I would definitely recommend the OLI!

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