The space started life as a carhop spot, then became a Chinese restaurant. It turned into the Full House in 1969, and other than during a couple of short-lived interludes when the business was briefly sold and renamed, it's been the Full House. Rich Bolsinger is the current owner, and it remains a friendly neighborhood spot.
I practically grew up in this bar, my family owned it for 35-plus years. Glad to see the current owners changed it back to the Full House bar. My Uncle Jack’s green chili is still the best I’ve ever had. Some call it a dive, but it’s always been a locals' bar! Thanks for the love.Adds Jay:
With all the hip new places coming in, we need to make sure spots like the Full House stick around.Responds David:
Thats because Englewood is such a shithole, there's nothing to do but go waste away your life on a bottle.Counters Joe:
Englewood should enjoy its old bars while it still has them. We don't want this strip to lose all of its character, as Broadway has in Denver, where dive bars are disappearing. I don't need to spend $15 on a cocktail on my way home to the 'burbs, I just need a cheap beer and some friendly talk.And then there's this from Gordon:
Englewood is only getting better; more people need to move here so the older, conservative anti-development crowd can move the hell out. So much opportunity to develop in Englewood.What do you think about what's happening on South Broadway? In Englewood in general? Post a comment or email your thoughts to [email protected]