The popular Euclid Hall opened its doors in early August, 2010 at at 1317 14th Street, in an 1883 building that once housed the venerable Soapy Smith's bar. Chefs Jennifer Jasinski and Jorel Pierce, along with business partner Beth Gruitch, aimed to create an American tavern, focused on pub food from around the world, including hand cranked sausages, po' boys, poutines, and schnitzels. The bar and eatery quickly became a favorite of diners in Denver and received much recognition, most recently being among Food Network's 40 Best Bars in America for Food Lovers.
To celebrate its sixth anniversary, Euclid Hall is offering three favorite menu items at $6 each. The Itsy Bitsy Fishwich, bruléed bone marrow, and petite poutines will be on hand for $6 each. Known for its top notch selection of brews, this Larimer Square spot promises to compliment the food with special beer tappings for $6 each as well, all selected by beer expert Jules Bouchard.