234 East 4th Street
Downtown Loveland, CO 80537
Sunday – Thursday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. – 12 a.m.
Downtown Loveland is booming with new stores, breweries and restaurants, but for us it has become our new destination for drinking. Henry’s pub advertises, on their website, that they have the largest selection of alcohol in the area and that’s all we needed to see to give them a chance.
Atmosphere: Located in historical down-town Loveland, Henry’s pub is a small but inviting brick building. Inside, the dark, cherry-stained wood walls and warm colors gives it a very comfortable, yet masculine appearance. There is a variety of dark wooden tables throughout as well as booths along the outer walls. There is a large bar area in the back of the building, with plenty of seating and a few flat screen TV’s. The walls are decorated with the works of local artists and softly illuminated by track lighting, while the rest of the place is dim.
Service: Upon walking in we were greeted by two hostesses who quickly sat us at a table. Our server was prompt and polite with a good knowledge of the beers on tap. We eventually made our way to the bar, where service was friendly and prompt as well.
Drinks: Henry’s touts having one of the best selections of top shelf liquors around- and they are correct. While they may have not had all of our favorites, we certainly couldn’t deny that they have a great selection. Now if 18 year old scotch isn’t your thing, then maybe one of the several local craft beers (that they keep on a constant rotation) will wet your whistle.
Food: The menu consisted of good old American food with many seafood selections. We ordered the Sourdough Burger ($11.99) and the French Dip ($8.99) and both were fresh and tasty. The rest of the menu is what you would expect – Appetizers, Salads, Desserts, Burgers, Soups, Sandwiches and entrees like Steak & Shrimp and Buffalo Meatloaf. Upon first glace, prices seemed immoderate, but after finishing our meals, they were worth it.
Amenities: HD TV’s, free Wi-Fi, catering, local art on display, kids menu, heat lamp.
Parking: Street parking is available in downtown Loveland.
The Buzz: Sunday night fish fry 4 to 9pm, Monday through Friday lunch specials from 11 to 4 pm, happy hour Monday through Friday from 5 pm to 7pm.