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AUGUST 23 2016

By Administrator

Tom Moxcey is the General Manager at Ale House at Amato’s. A restaurant enthusiast with 30 years of experience. When not managing the operational side of things, you can find him enjoying the Southwest Burger with a Breckenridge Brewery Breck Lager.

I don’t know if it’s because Denver was a cow town for so many years, but it seems like so many bars and restaurants around downtown stop serving food at or before 10 pm.

This creates a typical late-night dilemma. What if you missed dinner and you’re starving? What if you’re out with your crowd and you want to keep the party going? Bring your crowd to Ale House at Amato’s. We have a late night happy hour from 10 pm to close that includes several of our popular menu items.

Currently, we’re offering up fish tacos, Reuben sliders, crispy calamari, chicken wings and a special late night burger. But we’ll be making a few seasonal changes in September – so stay tuned.

late night blogWe also feature late-night happy hour prices on Breckenridge beers ($3) as well as well drinks, house wines and ale house mules ($5).

And when the weather is nice (which is often), you can enjoy gorgeous downtown skyline views from our downstairs and rooftop patios. What better place to bring a date after a show or your out-of-town guests after a ball game?

In short, if it’s 10 pm and you’re not ready to call it a night, come join the hoppin’ crowd at our late night happy hour. We look forward to seeing you there!