Altitude Restaurant - Hyatt Regency Denver
Mother's DayThe made-to-order omelettes, prime rib and salmon were wonderful, however the price was much too high for a brunch. $125 for just the food for 3, plus mimosas on "special" for $8 each adds up to over $300 with a 15% gratuity. Next time I'll ask about the price. We've eaten there pre-theatre before and don't recall it being nearly as spendy. The "ambience" was not worth near the price this time.5/12/2013 12:00:00 AMExcellent pre-theater choice.Excellent pre-theater choice. The buffet choice allowed us to set the dinner pace and not stress about curtain call4/27/2013 12:00:00 AMEnjoyed our evening at Altitude.Enjoyed our evening at Altitude. Our server was very pleasant and took care of us very well. Dishes were interestingly prepared but there could be a little more variety in the offerings. We were sort of captive at the hotel due to a snowy, messy night and didn't quite find what fit us that night on the menu. What we chose was fine but expected more options in a hotel restaurant.4/14/2013 12:00:00 AMEaster Sunday Brunch was fabulous!Easter Sunday Brunch was fabulous! We will be back for other occasions.
Thank you. Loretta Flom3/31/2013 12:00:00 AMFirst Time Visitor-Wonderful Lunch!As a first-time visitor to Denver and to the downtown it was a terrific surprise to find Altitude directly across from the Convention Center. The salad and other choices on the lunch buffet were nothing short of wonderful and I had terrific service.
One suggestion - reduce the amount of oil on the grilled vegetables - some were so saturated they were unappetizing.
My waiter was terrific - I went to the manager to let him know that his employee really added to the positive experience.3/22/2013 12:00:00 AM