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    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 Feb 28 2018
    | by Quizmaster Gil Ireland Ashley

    Tonight ended in the first tie since I've been conducting these contests in Longmont.  MGBK and The Kids Under The Table hit the double-or-nothing in Round 1 for 12 points (as did #momjeans) and were never separated by more than 2 points for the duration of the evening. Even more impressive is the fact that MGBK took a zero in Round 3 (getting 5 out of six on a double-or-nothing bid) and still ended up winning the night.  #momjeans faltered late and RittMomson made up 7 points in the last two rounds to edge #momjeans by a single point for third; it was between MGBK and The Kids Under The Table to decide the night.  Those two teams entered the final round tied, and each got 5 out of 10 in the Round 7 to finish level with 48 points.  Both teams guessed too high in answering the tiebreaker but MGBK were closer to take the honors.

    Game Rank Team # Team Name Score Teams Beaten Team Beat Average
    1* 13380 MGBK 49 5 1.000
    2 13225 The Kids Under The Table 48 4 0.800
    3 13385 Ritt Momson 39 3 0.600
    4 13541 #momjeans 38 2 0.400
    5 13452 Table for four? 35 1 0.200
    6 13539 Brown Chicken, Brown Cow 20 0 0.000
    * Won Tiebreaker