On a bright corner of Stapleton’s “Main Street,” you will find Casey’s Bistro and Pub bringing the luck o’ the Irish to this quaint Denver neighborhood.
Casey’s (named after the famous Irish Writer Sean O’ Casey), has been on the corner of 29th and Quebec in the Stapleton Town Center for over 10 years, Opened during the building of one of Denver’s newest communities, Casey’s has grown alongside the families that have made Stapleton the wonderful place it is to live, work, or call home. Casey’s beautiful wooden Victorian bar and expansive dining area, caters to all discerning guests, our large patio is a must visit during the warm summer months, and our nod towards our sporting customers who enjoy, local and international Rugby, International soccer and Australian rules football, makes Casey’s a fun and lively place during international competitions.
A modern interpretation of Ireland’s infamous pubs, Casey’s menu features traditional Irish fare and American favorites like shepherd’s pie, pot-steamed mussels, corned beef and cabbage, and the ever-favorite fish and chips. Lighter fare including fresh made soups, salads and sandwiches, rounds out the menu. Kids love Casey’s too with its fun children’s menu featuring kiddie fish and chips, shepherd’s pie and grilled cheese sandwiches.
Every guest is greeted with a dash of Irish pride, as the traditional Irish bar welcomes them into the pub. Meeting friends and neighbors is a snap — nearly every one of the cozy booths can be seen in the open gathering place with floor-to-ceiling windows.
Casey’s namesake, Sean O’Casey, is an Irish playwright whose realistic portrayals of Irish life made him an Irish hero.
Monday – Thursday 11AM–11PM – Kitchen closes 9 pm
Friday and Saturday 11AM–12AM – Kitchen closes 10 pm
Sunday 11AM–10PM – Kitchen closes 9 pm
7 days – Happy Hour 3 – 6
$2 off drafts, house wine and well
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