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 Apr 11 2018
| by Quizmaster Gil Ireland Ashley

Tonight was a wild one, starting with the fact that there were 10 teams and the room was packed.  Further adding to the weirdness, longtimers Paging Rick Stoner returned after 2 weeks' absence to find themselves challenged by a new rival team that included Rick Stoner himself! Things then got off to a scorching start when no fewer than 5 teams converted a double-or-nothing in Round 1.  Three of those teams converted a second double in Round 2 to separate themselves from the pack: Longmont Analytica, #momjeans and MGBK all took the maximum 28 points from the first two rounds to move 9 points clear of their nearest competitors.  The ersatz-Stoner team atoned for their failed double-or-nothing in Round 1 with a successful double in Round 3, but their -1 for a failed guess in the Guess Who round effectively ended their night.  Meanwhile the 3 leaders all scored 5 in Round 3 to remain level.  Longmont Analytica dropped back with a failed guess in the Guess Who round (and its attendant -1 score) but surged back in front with a successful double in the theme round and cruised home to victory.  #momjeans scored 8 points in each of the final 3 rounds to claim second, beating out third-place finishers MGBK by 5 points.  Paging Rick Stoner, languishing well off the pace for most of the night, converted a double for 20 points in Round 7 to finish just 2 points outside the top 3.  The atmosphere was gret tonight, and the questions were excellent.  Looking forward to another great evening next week!

Game Rank Team # Team Name Score Teams Beaten Team Beat Average
1 14379 Longmont Analytica 66 9 1.000
2 13541 #momjeans 63 8 0.889
3 13380 MGBK 58 7 0.778
4 13382 Paging Rick Stoner 56 6 0.667
5 13539 Brown Chicken, Brown Cow 53 5 0.556
6 13225 The Kids Under The Table 44 4 0.444
7 Off In Church 41 3 0.333
8 Rick Stoner Is Here, Bitches 34 2 0.222
9 Seats 2 & 3 32 1 0.111
10 Pretzel Assassin 9 0 0.000