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Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
all major credit cards, master card, visa
Price Range
$
Neighborhoods
LoDo, Central Denver, Downtown Denver
Categories
Irish Restaurants, Bars, Cocktail Lounges, Taverns, Bar & Grills, Restaurants
Other Information

Cuisines: Irish, European, Bar & Grills, Continental

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Alcohol: Full Bar

Parking: Street

Bike Parking: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Price Range : Below Average

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MissMC

02/24/2012

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Overall
very low d-bag factor! even for lodo!!

very low d-bag factor! even for lodo!!

Coloradokeiths

03/08/2010

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Overall
Best Irish bar for the Irish

LOVE this bar. We have been hanging out there since John was at the old location. Real people, real drinks, real prices. Don't go there if you want to be in a meat market. DO go there if you want to be friends with everyone. We don't live in Denver anymore, but when we come to town, it is the only place we HAVE to go to.

Denver Dan

10/22/2009

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Overall
Best pint in Denver

Most authentic Irish bar in Denver. Nothing fancy, just great beer and friendly, fast service. (Just like in Ireland!) Owner, John, is from County Mayo and he's usually there, happy to greet you and make you feel at home. Many staff from Ireland, too, and all are fantastic. By far the best pint and cheaper than most Irish and non-Irish bars. Great place to go with your friends or just sit at the bar and enjoy the Craic!

scruffman17

03/15/2008

Overall
Authentic and real!!

We came up from Phoenix for vacation in Denver. Before we came to Denver we researched the local Irish pubs in 303 and Nallen's was highly recommended. Thank-you to all of you who recommended it. The staff was fabulous, friendly and very accommodating. Sara, our server and from Ireland, was on top of it, very friendly and helpful. Prices were more than reasonable, a wide selection of brews and liquor, and authentic atmosphere. While we were there we ran into a bit of twilight-zone situation (a jealous woman threw a bottle of beer at her husband who happened to be talking to us) and my girlfriend was cut by the glass of the bottle. The staff was immediately responsive and very concerned for her health. They took her back and fixed her up rightly. They promptly replaced our beers and were genuinely concerned with her well being. We will be here for the St. Paddy's Day festivities and you can bet we will be at Nallen's. It's good to know that there still exists a pub that honestly cares about their patrons. Nallen's holds a very special place in both of our hearts. Oh, by the way, hot-hot clientle all around.

eroomca

08/30/2007

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Overall
Fun fun pub.

Amazingly friendly atmosphere - great ""at home"" feeling. Great service, crowded but always meet lots of fun people everytime we go and always come away saying""What a fun night"" ! Everyone is Irish at the Pub.
Excellent choices of brews.

bluesong rd

11/15/2006

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Overall
Just the basics

Okay, this is one of my favorite Irish pubs for two reasons: first, I met my DH there (had no idea this was so common until I read other reviews); second, this is no-nonsense beer drinking for those who don't care about ""atmosphere"" or silly stuff on the walls and goofy food menus like an O'Hamburger. They serve food from the pizza joint next door. No frills, no gimmicks. Just good taps and friendly folks.

loveberry

10/06/2006

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Overall
Great customer service, friendliest staff in town, great pints, the most reasonable prices for a ni

The staff tells me threre has been at least twenty weddings out of this small friendly pub in ten years. Is that not romance or irish matchmaking? I met my husband there on St. Patricks Day two years ago. Overall, it is the best pub in Denver.

bluebird1

03/09/2006

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Overall
User review by bluebird1

By far the best St. Patty's Day in town! Haven't missed one for the past 7 years! Always a good laugh and the special Irish food made by the owners for the celebration is amazing! The best corned beef and cabbage and lamb stew you will ever have. I would recommend getting there early because it starts to get crowded as soon as the doors open. It's the 1st true Irish Pub in town and the Irish staff make the experience truly authentic!

pee

08/25/2004

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Overall
a great bar

Nallen's is one of the few laid back ""LoDo"" bars. I don't consider it ""LoDo"" because the crowd is jeans and tee shirts and not the ""just turned 21 crowd"" that frequents many of the other area bars. The service has always been good and is the best place for St Pat's Day or any other event! Saturday afternoons are fun too.

Denver_Concierge

09/24/2003

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Overall
Not Disney Ireland

Nallen's is the pub in Denver that get's me out of the house on a rainy night to get a pint. I travel to Ireland every year for familt and this place takes me back. John is always there to say hello and greets you hospitality only the Irish can give. This is the best place for a jar and good company.

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