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740 Front

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740 Front St, Louisville, CO 80027
(720) 519-1972
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Appetizer (choice of)

740 Hot Cheese Dip with Spinach
Deliciously addictive unique blend of white cheese, spinach, onions, jalapeños, tomatoes and sweet red peppers

Deviled Eggs
Four, traditional, with our candied bacon bits

Caprese
Slow roasted Roma tomatoes, fresh mozzarella cheese, basil, extra virgin olive oil, and balsamic vinegar

Calamari
Tempura style fried tender calamari and lemon with a creamy Caesar dipping sauce

Salad (choice of)

House Salad
Butter lettuce with 740 fresh herb vinaigrette

Caesar Salad
Fresh romaine, house made Caesar dressing, garlic croutons, and Grana cheese

Entree (choice of)

Flat Iron Steak
Considered to be the second most tender cut of beef, served with a Madeira demi-glaze reduction, wild mushrooms with mashed potatoes and sautéed spinach

Wild Gulf Shrimp and Top Sirloin Tip Skewer
Gulf shrimp wrapped in smoked pancetta and Marinated CAB steak tips skewered and grilled, served over arugula and Tuscan beans dressed with balsamic vinegar

Pacific Snapper
Grilled filet with a lemon caper butter sauce and roasted vegetables

Chicken & Sweet Corn Pasta
Spinach fettuccine with marinated chicken breast, sweet corn, pancetta, leeks, tomatoes, fresh herbs

Manicotti
Baked pasta stuffed with ricotta, parmesan and mozzarella in sausage pomodoro sauce
(Vegetarian option available with pomodoro sauce)

About

740 Front is the last remaining saloon of the original thirteen that lined the 3-block strip of Front Street. At the turn of the last century, this historic building was built and owned by E.J. Defrancia who was Louisville’s agent for Tivoli Beer (largest brewer in the state, headquartered in Denver). It is one of Colorado’s two oldest bars, the oldest ongoing tavern license in the state and, to the community, a priceless treasure steeped in memory and local lore. 740 Front is the last remaining saloon of the original thirteen that lined the 3-block strip of Front Street.


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