The Old Town Pub is one of Steamboat’s many historical downtown buildings. After its construction in 1904 by Ernest Campbell, the building was used as the Albany Hotel. As the years went by, it underwent several changes: the hotel became a hospital, then general store, then post office, dance hall and even served as a meeting lodge for The Odd Fellows working masons.
In modern day Steamboat, we simply know it as The Old Town Pub or OTP. It offers some of the best food, drink and live entertainment in all of Steamboat.
Address: 600 Lincoln Ave