Longmont Public House

1111 Francis Street Suite A
Longmont CO 80501
(303) 647-3755
About Longmont Public House

When a fine dining Chef decides to take the edge off and open a classic Public House:


For years, I have worked and thrived in fine dining restaurants, and during the last few years I knew I wanted to open my own place. I dreamed of a restaurant that combined all the types and styles of food & beverage, as well as overall restaurant brands that I frequented the most – restaurants and pubs that provided excellence in consistency and quality at a fair price based on the overall experience and environment.


I knew I couldn’t’ let go of all the detail and intensity of running a fine dining restaurant, such as my love of the freshest product available, carefully cared for local ingredients and an educated staff to execute my service vision. I wanted to keep the things I liked about fine dining (service excellence, outstanding food quality, specialty cocktails, local craft beer, a thoughtful wine list, etc.) and dump all the stuffiness of fine dining; reservations, stiff, coarse service and a menu that requires exhaustive explanation with shocking prices.


The result is Longmont Public House, a Longmont restaurant and Longmont bar, named for the traditional pubs and local restaurants as a place that serves as an extension of our community gathering places for anyone seeking house made food and hand-crafted drink. The Longmont Public House menu plays to good food, delicious drinks and a warm, comfortable environment while applying the philosophy of top quality food products to a more casual dining setting. We present to you what we believe will take its place as the best restaurant in Longmont.



Wed Jan 17 2018
| by Quizmaster Paul Bailey

It was a spirited contest tonight at LPH as six teams faced off.  After a tightly-bunched beginning, 3rd Is The New 1st and Gaybors began to separate themselves from the rest of the field.  3rd Is The New 1st achieved the unique feat of going from 1st place after round 3 to last place after round 4 to 1st place after round 5 (after hitting on a double-or-nothing in the Find The Connection round).  In the Guess Who? Round, 5 teams submitted the correct answer after the 10 point clue; only 3rd Is The New 1st needed additional clues, and they turned in the wrong answer after the 4-point clue for a score of -1.  That lost point turned out to be costly.  Four teams went for broke by trying for double-or-nothing in the final round; all got nothing, leaving Gaybors and 3rd Is The New 1st to vie for the honors.  3rd Is The New 1st trailed by 5 entering the final round, and were able to correctly name 8 of the OPEC member nations while Gaybors could only name 4; the point lost by 3rd Is The New 1st in the Guess Who? Round turned out to be the difference as Gaybors edged 3rd Is The New 1st by a score of 59-58.  Gil Ireland-Ashley hosted, Paul Bailey posting this on his behalf

Game Rank Team # Team Name Score Teams Beaten Team Beat Average
1 13179 Gaybors 59 5 1.000
2 13175 3rd is the new 1st 58 4 0.800
3 13454 Spork 45 3 0.600
4 13382 Paging Rick Stoner 39 2 0.400
5 13458 K-9Fine 31 1 0.200
6 13452 Table for four? 30 0 0.000