The Royal Mile

Row 1

Details
210 4th St (btw Walnut & Court)
Des Moines, IA 50309
(515) 280-3771
Pub
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 11:00 AM–2:00 AM Sat: 8:00 AM–2:00 AM Sun: 10:00 AM–2:00 AM
Singleplatform

Foursquare Tips

  • Beware of Dennisio Von Huvenstein he will steal your unfinished drinks and then ask you for cab fare. He is also the 4th street pizza Barron. He secretly loves Pizza Hut.
  • Try an Old Speckled Hen. It's on tap here.
  • This is the place you want to be on a cold winter night! Comfort food, scotch, and a new & improved fireplace... Perfection!
  • The scotched egg is fantastic...unless you have cholesterol problems. Still, probably worth it anyway.
  • If a beer is made in the United Kingdom, The Royal Mile will probably have it. Follow the link for more about the pub: http://dmreg.com/HmtGkR
  • Try the shepherd pie balls. Yum!!!! Also, they have the best spinach artichoke dip with toast...
  • Congratulations, you've found one of Esquire's Best Bars in America. Order a shot of Zwack Unicum, the national aperitif of Hungary, with a beer back.
  • A nice chill place to have a drink.
  • The Beefeater: half pound burger, roast beef, corned beef, fried onions, and Fuller's cheese sauce. For the gastronomically adventurous only, but delicious, oh yes.
  • Have yourself a Hobgoblin English Ale or an Old Speckled Hen Ale (on tap) You won't be sorry!
  • Fish and Chips!!! mmmmmmmm
  • Pub food. Draft beer. Scotch
  • Amazing selection of single malt!
  • While at Royal Mile a Boddington's is quite necessary. Spot on!
  • Best fish and chips and shepherds pie balls!
  • Two words.....Banger Sauce. I usually special order that with a double order of fries.
  • Try the cucumber salad...chunky cucumber, cashews and red onion bits. Yummy!!
  • Sheppard's pie balls are freaking delicious and such a good deal!
  • Royal Mile/Red Monk was voted #3 in our reader-determined Top 50 Bars poll. Stay downstairs for a Scotch or a selection of UK beers or head up for high-alcohol content Belgian beers on tap.
  • Hobgoblin English Ale. Try it now, thank me later.