Fodor's Expert Review Argyll Whisky Beer

$$ Denver British
A gastropub that didn't make it the first time around in Cherry Creek, Argyll is definitely better in its second incarnation uptown, with the ideal roomy lounge space that sprawls beyond an inviting bar. The menu, created by beloved local chef John Broening, features tender-inside, crisp-outside fish and steak-fry-style chips so good some people plan their week around them. The menu is expectedly British and a tad on the heavier side—bangers and mash, Scotch eggs, green curry—but there are salads and surprises, such as "spot of tea," a broth with ramen noodles and gooey egg. The lamb burger is a marvel of moistness and flavor, complemented by a yogurt-cucumber relish. Not surprisingly, the beer roster is brilliant and nicely priced; same goes for the whiskeys. Brunch is not to be taken lightly; the corned beef hash is the dish to have.
British Lively Lunch Dinner $$

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1035 E. 17th Ave.
Denver, Colorado  80218, USA


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Rate Includes: Reservations essential

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