My favorite bar in Boulder. Chill during the day and a good late night crowd. Great food and a good beer selection for a reasonable price. Which is hard to find in this town. Plus their hours are fantastic. You want a beer and a decent plate of eggs at 8am after a night shift? You want a few after work drinks and a solid burger? You want to end the night with a rowdy crowd and plate of loaded fries? Outback covers all the bases.
4.25 for a pint of PBR a little high sports on tap
Excellent bartenders that remember your drink and your name! A couple years ago, I asked Matt to watch my drink while I went to the bathroom. A couple of men joked about spiking it and Matt shut them down and told them not to joke about that. He assured me he’d keep it safe. I will always remember that. Billy is cool too. He told a couple of guys to cool it on the drama/insults and be loving to each other. They’re both very friendly. The food is good too!
So gross. Unpretentious does not correctly describe this dump. First, it’s FILTHY. Dust is cacked on the fixtures and the floors appeared to have last been swept and mopped ten years ago -certainly prior to the pandemic. Tables were sticky. File boxes were stored in every nook and cranny. The bathrooms were Petri dishes. Bar stools and sofa seating was broken, the staff was unfriendly, the pool tables were unbalanced and missing balls, there was horrible ventilation and smoke was filling the air… I could go on and on. This place is screaming for Bar Rescue! I’m sure they could make a no-frills pub that was clean and unique that was fun and welcoming. Instead they are going the direction of gross, unappealing, and scary.
I highly recommend this bar, the staff is excellent and very attentive. My wife and I decided to come here for a relaxing evening of darts, pool and axe throwing however my wife who was due to give birth to our first child in 3 days went into labor as a a group of CU students sang “girls just want to have fun”. Most of the bar was distracted by this spectacular rendition and the 911 operator could not hear me over the music so it became clear that my son was going to be born in the bar. As I looked across the room for help I locked eyes with a staff member by the name of Cody who immediately came to help. Cody reassured me that this kind of thing happens all the time at the bar and assisted in the birth of my child. As a token of gratitude I let him cut the umbilical cord with one of the axes they used for axe throwing. Cody then took the umbilical cord and locked it in the safe that sits close to the pool tables for safe keeping with the rest of the umbilical cords the bar has collected over the years. Becoming a father is a scary thing and I am lucky to have a had a friend like Cody navigate this journey with me. I am looking forward to my sons first birthday at this fine establishment.
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