Bites 2013: Lamb Stew
t's snowing outside, quiet little flakes, so you stop at the pub for some bites and a beer. You do a bowl of lamb stew, a mahogany concoction flecked with red chunks of tomato and scallions. You're enveloped in hot steam, you taste rosemary, Guinness and soft potatoes, and you sop with crumbly bites of soda bread. ($7.95 lunch/$12.95 dinner)
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With more than 20 primo Irish whiskeys in addition to a large, international beer list, McCabe's could be considered a drink destination first, especially during European soccer matches, pub quiz nights and Colorado College hockey games. But there's plenty of authentic Irish eats as well, in addition to a rockin' Sunday brunch. Grab the divine Rosemary Guinness Lamb Stew at lunch or a shepherd's pie or bangers & mash for dinner. Stay in Ireland with a rich Guinness chocolate cake with Irish cream sauce for dessert.
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Serving Dillanos Coffee Roasters products, this corner coffee spot is also an earnest café, serving fine sandwiches, salads and homemade baked goods.
If you're looking to discover a motley crew of talented young road warriors from across this great country of ours, bands that sound absolutely brilliant after you down just one $5.50 pitcher of PBR, then this is your place.
Happy hour: Daily, 4-7 p.m.
The goods: $2.50 wells; $2.50 domestics; $1 off drafts except Pabst Blue Ribbon
Favorite pour: "My favorite is probably the Kamikaze."
Will the U2 or, God help us, Blink-182 of tomorrow be playing the Triple Nickel tonight? Um, no, but if you're looking to discover a motley crew of talented young road warriors from across this great country of ours, bands who sound f'n great after just one $5.50 pitcher of PBR, then this is your place. Pretty much all shows are free, except, you know, for U2.