Pourhouse Bar and Grill
124 E 4th Street
Loveland, CO 80537
Mon & Tues 11a - 9:30p
Wed & Thurs 11a - 11p
Fri & Sat 11a - 12a
Sunday 11a - 9:30p
When in Loveland we make it a point to stop at the Pourhouse for a few beers and to enjoy some live music. We really like this place but were weary when we heard it recently changed hands. We have reviewed this place in the past but felt it was time for an update and we are happy to report that very little has changed.
Atmosphere: The revolving door as you enter gives you the feel that you’re not in an average Loveland bar. The pleasant low lighting and modern woodwork gives this large space a very cozy and intimate feel. There is a good amount of seating with several large horseshoe booths, a handful of high and low tables and a large bar area to sit at. The walls are adorned with musical instruments and art work of various music legends. There is also a flamboyantly painted vintage piano at the front of the place. The crowd was made up of younger couples and large groups of guys around the bar as well as several groups in booths and tables. The guys out numbered girls in this bar 5 to 1, but maybe that’s Loveland? And not necessarily a bad thing - ladies?
Service: We sat at the bar, as we usually do and received great service. The bartender was friendly and greeted us the moment we sat down. There were several servers running back and forth from the bar to their assigned tables with drinks in hand the entire time we were there.
Drinks: They feature a well-rounded selection of specialty micro brews on tap and with $2.50 well drinks and pints during happy hour you can definitely afford to try something new. There is also a large selection of bottled beers available. With a full bar and a well thought out drink menu it shouldn’t be hard to find the right libation for any pallet.
Food: The menu appears to have a few new items but includes things you'd expect to find at a bar and grill: burgers, sandwiches, pizzas and appetizers, but everything else is slightly more cosmopolitan. The more impressive items on the menu include bruschetta wild salmon, Pourhouse rib eye and St Louis style ribs. Gone are the stuffed pork chops and lobster tail entrees but new additions sound like tasty replacements.
Amenities: HD TV’s around the bar and a few in the table area, dance floor area, stage area.
Parking: Parking is available in downtown Loveland.
The Buzz: Live Jazz music on Tuesday nights, ladies night on Wednesdays with live DJ, Unplugged music on Thursday nights, live music on Friday nights, Happy hour Monday - Friday 11am - 6pm & Sundays ALL DAY.