I used to work here. Everyone reviewing should know if you write a bad review of a particular employee, that employee will be fired with no opportunity to clarify or provide information. Even if the mangers/owners suspect that a poor review may be about either ""employee one"" or ""employee two"", they will just fire both. \r
The staff is overworked and underpaid, so keep that in mind when writing your review.\r
I'm not writing this as a scorned ex-employee, in fact I gave my two weeks notice and still frequent the place, I liked my peers and actually liked the managers and owners but the restaurant/bar industry is notoriously known for overworking and under paying staff, that's just the way it is. Also note servers and bartenders get no paycheck, they rely solely on tips to make ends meet. If you don't tip, your server just worked for free.\r
Compensation varies from state to state, Colorado happens to be a state where the industry isn't required to pay employees hourly unless their declared tips for the fiscal week averages out to be under minimum wage. In that case the employer is required to compensate the employee with a check to ensure compliance with minimum wage laws.\r
The food is yummy, the selection of alcohol is amazing, and overall, its a fun place to hangout, joke around with your server/bartender and have a drink and some food with friends. Oh yeah, Happy hour? It's an amazing deal!