The servers were very nice. Super busy place but meal came quickly and was extremely good. Great atmosphere.
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This was one of the only places open later at night. We sat outside on their big patio. We had some typical bar food. It was Ok and we had drinks. Service was good.
The food was pretty good. I had the corned beef and cabbage; my spouse had the fish and chips. Both were very good; if only a little pricey. The atmosphere was Irish Pub with several varieties of Guinness Ale available on tap. They were pretty...More
We love this place. Stopped in Ouray just to have lunch here. O'Brien's has some of the best onion rings we've ever eaten. Everyone in our party thoroughly enjoyed their selected meals. The burgers, fish and chips, and Philly cheesesteak are absolutely worth stopping for....More
If I could give a negative rating, I would. This was the worst experience I have ever had in a restaurant. Our drink order was not correct, and the waitress and barmaid made us feel very uncomfortable. So uncomfortable, in fact, that we decided to...More
We visited this pub while on vacation in Ouray. What a delight from the atmosphere to the service and finally to the food and drink! The beer was perfect, the food was delicious and the service was impeccable. You will not go wrong by visiting...More
My husband and I had dinner here during a trip to Ouray. We were looking for something tasty, but wallet friendly and O’Briens fit the bill! I had the shepherd pie and my husband had the fish and chips. Both meals were wonderful! (I had...More
On a recommendation, we went to O'Brien's for dinner on our only night in Ouray. It was rather quiet, being a Thursday night, but we enjoyed watching the football game. We both ordered the Fish and Chips. The fish was cooked perfectly, crispy and tender....More
Dropped in for a sandwich and a beer on Monday night. All sorts of folks inside watching the football game and enjoying the atmosphere. Their O’Brien burger was very good and so were the sweet potato tater tots. Beers were the normal fare but good...More