My best discovery in Denver. A great selection of beers both on tap and a large bottled selection. Heavily Belgian influenced. Worth a visit for the female rugby loving bartender. Excellent service. The bar was fairly quiet when I visited early in the day.
This is a very good Belgian beer bar. All the beer is served in brand appropriate glassware. The menu has some appealing options including the beer hummus I enjoyed. Service was knowledgeable and friendly. Mostly well to do businessmen were at the bar on my visit. My favorite thing is among all the Belgian offerings, a few standout American beers were available including Pliny the Elder. score!
Fantastic little place to chill with mates over a fancy-pants Belgian. Plenty of craft imports on tap and many more in bottles, including some rotating domestic crafts. The place also features rotating crafts that I have never seen and, most likely, I’ll never see again. Nice cozy atmosphere like a european pub, with super friendly and knowledgeable staff. Food is overpriced, but thats just downtown Denver for ya.
I love belgian beer and I love visiting the Cheeky Monk. While there probably isn’t anything at the Cheeky Monk that you wouldn’t be able to get at a good liquor store in Denver, they have a lot of belgian beers on tap that you won’t find on tap around Denver.
February 2009. Groovy brick-clad beer-themed restaurant not far from the center of downtown. The crowd was a mix of yuppies and hipsters, but the ambiance was much more "chill" than the often frenetic FRTH across town. They were offering 15 taps -- Carlsberg, New Belgium 1554 and 13 fairly unusual Belgian offerings. They also had a dozen or so quality Belgians by the bottle. The menu was a delight to peruse and hard to decide on what to pick! The food was all excellent. The check put a bit of a dent in our wallet, but you have to expect that for true Belgians on draft. Oh, and our waitress was hot.