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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.


LEAGUE SCORES

QUIZ RECAP

Wed May 2 2018
| by Quizmaster Gil Ireland Ashley
|

Tonight was a great night, starting with the room being so full that the Quizmaster had to delay the start of the game in order for one of our regular teams to be seated! The 8 teams included two first-timers who played on a lark and stayed through the end of the game. Kids Under The Table, standing in the foyer while awaiting their table, missed on a double-or-nothing in Round 1 and started with zero while all other 7 teams were tightly bunched within 2 points. Brown Chicken, Brown Cow and Longmont Analytica each successfully doubled down in Round 2 to jump ahead of the pack; Kids Under The Table, Sass Club, #momjeans and Paging Rick Stoner all hit a double in Round 3 making for a tightly-bunched field (1st place was 29 pts., 7th place was 20). A score of -1 in the Guess Who round dropped Rick Stroner out of the running while the rest of the field stayed closely grouped, while successful doubles by The Kids, rown Chicken and #momjeans separated those 3 fro the pack. No fewer than 5 teams successfully doubles in the Handout (Not your average Karaoke" round (Freedom of 76 also got all ten but did not double down), leaving 5 teams within plausible range of winning entering the final round; a failed double attempt dropped Longmont Analytica out of the running.

Sass Club (with a constitutional scholar in their ranks) and Longmont Analytica each successfully doubled in Round 7, naming all 9 Supreme Court Justices. Brown Chicken, in position to win, got 8 of 9 but chose to double and finished, painfully, 4 points back in 3rd place. The Kids Under The Table, who started the night with a zero, came all the way back, and their 8 points in the final round was enough to edge Sass Club by a point for the win. It was arguably the best night ever at the LPH, and certainly the most competitive. Looking forward to doing it again next week!

Game Rank Team # Team Name Score Teams Beaten Team Beat Average
1 13225 The Kids Under The Table 77 7 1.000
2 13767 Sass club 74 6 0.857
3 13539 Brown Chicken, Brown Cow 73 5 0.714
4 13541 #momjeans 68 4 0.571
5 14379 Longmont Analytica 62 3 0.429
6 14657 Freedom of 76 51 2 0.286
7 Team Foibles 46 1 0.143
8 13382 Paging Rick Stoner 37 0 0.000