|Address:||51 W Dry Creek Ct, Littleton, CO 80120, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Tuesday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Thursday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Friday:||11:00 AM – 12:00 AM|
|Saturday:||11:00 AM – 12:00 AM|
|Sunday:||11:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
Dirty Pit Craft House is located in Arapahoe County of Colorado state. On the street of West Dry Creek Court and street number is 51. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (303) 997-5043. You can get more information from their website.
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Dirty Pit Craft House quickly are 39.5802755 ,-104.9891779
The food here was fantastic! I didn’t even get to take a picture because I ended up digging in right away. I ordered the deviled eggs for the appetizer and the burgers here are incredible. They have great beers on tap. Our waitress was very attentive and gave us great recommendations. Needless to say we will be returning here in the future! Try it out if you haven’t been, I highly recommend!
Newly opened, the place is clean and spacious. Food was tasty and served quickly and was a great temperature. We had an appetizer, taco and burger, all just great. We sat up and the bar and Stefanie and she was attentive, made good suggestions and was friendly.
The restaurant only serves alcohol from Colorado. This is a great selection of beer and even whiskey. They are getting another brand of tequila that will provide addition taste options for margaritas. Those were the only options we explored.
All in all a nice place to relax and enjoy a good meal, appetizers and drinks. They also have pool tables and a good size patio. I look forward to my next visit. Note that I had more than one drink which increase the cost.
This place is cool. All Colorado beers and liquors. Awesome Colorado whiskey. Burger was excellent and our host Stefanie is one of the best bartenders I have had in a long time. Very helpful and cheerful. Highly recommend this place. Can’t wait to be able to sit outside in nice weather.
I waited to write my review until we came back a few months after our first experience (soft opening) because we knew there were a lot of kinks that they needed to work out. I think they are headed in the right direction..We did not know about the happy hour deal. If I were the owners I would definitely advertise that a lot more because it's a great deal to get people into the door. The service was great until it got a little more busy. We had to go to the bar to grab someone to close us out. No one told us about the lower prices but I heard the waiter tell the people behind us. The pork dirty nachos were delicious. Way better than the first time we had them. Someone by us got the sliders which looked really good! All in all this was a much better experience, friendly people, good food, and the pricing is a lot better Will be back!
I have been to this place 4 times since they opened, first time was opening night. I have to admit that the first time was somewhat chaotic but they’ve continued to improve as they settle in. Last night I stopped in with a couple of friends for a quick drink but we ended up staying for dinner which turned out to be great! The mixed drinks with moonshine were great and the food was amazing! It turned out last night they had happy hour and they also had a D.J. Since we were in the dining area the music wasn’t too loud and we were able to have good conversations while we ate. I also want to mention our servers, Lisa and Julianne! They made sure we had our drinks and food right away and they we’re always close by whenever we needed something. Thank you ladies! The ownership seems to be listening to its customers because this place keeps getting better and better. We will be back for live music this weekend!!