1317 14th St
Denver, CO 80202-1703Neighborhood:
Downtown / LoDo
InternationalPrice: $30 and under
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.euclidhall.com/
- Phone: (303) 595-4255
- Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 4:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 12:00am, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 1:00am
- Payment Options: AMEX,Diners Club,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: International, Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Chef de Cuisine Jorel Pierce
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Takeout, View, Wine
- Entertainment: Our open kitchen allows our kitchen staff to provide constant entertainment.
A word from Euclid Hall
Euclid Hall is the third restaurant from the team of Jennifer Jasinski and Beth Gruitch, owners of the award winning Rioja and Bistro Vendôme on Denver’s historic Larimer Square. Located in Euclid Hall, an 1883 building that once housed the venerable Soapy Smith's bar, this American tavern features high quality and innovative pub food from around the world including housemade sausages, poutines and schnitzels. An award-winning beer selection, wine on tap and creative cocktails drives the beverage program.Continued
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Awards voted by OpenTable diners
- Diners' Choice WinnerHot Spot
- Diners' Choice WinnerVibrant Bar Scene
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Euclid Hall reviews from OpenTable diners
22 reviews since July 27, 2014
- Ambiance3.8Noise LevelEnergetic
fit for foodies (11)vibrant bar scene (8)hot spot (7)good for groups (6)neighborhood gem (3)special occasion (2)kid-friendly (2)late-night find (2)great for brunch (1)great for lunch (1)scenic view (1)notable wine list (1)Show More
- Always GreatFatDaddyVIPDined on 11/8/2014We've been here many times. The food and service are always great. Although, we miss the old chicken schnitzel prep. GO NOW!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 11/7/2014Food is delicious, and service is good. Noise level is VERY HIGH. Enjoy the music; you will not be able to have a conversation.I would recommend this to a friend.
- Birthday LunchFoodieFanVIPDined on 9/7/2014My family and I enjoyed celebrating my birthday at Euclid Hall. I had previously dined here and knew I was going to have a very good dining experience. Our waiter was helpful, knowledgeable and attentive. Everyone enjoyed their choices, many recommended by our waiter. He picked out a wonderful complimentary birthday dessert which I appreciated. Look forward to returning here.I would recommend this to a friend.
- A Refreshing Take on Old ClassicsPernichDined on 9/6/2014We had a great time at Euclid Hall.the Thai style pigs ears were to die for, and everyone raved about the sausage sampler. Would like to try the poutine next time. The itty bitty fish sandwich was good a we'll. will go again.Special Features:
- Great food if your eardrums surviveOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 8/29/2014Although the food was great, I couldn't hear what my party was saying because it was so loud. Other tables around us were screaming at each other just to be heard. I would definitely not suggest for a group setting if you are looking to chat. The service was good and the waitress was very helpful with suggesting items and drinks. The resturant week deal was a bust, it ended up being cheaper to order a la carte.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Expected MoreBrendonVIPDined on 8/23/2014I expected more from the draft beer menu based on everything I've heard. The bottle beer menu however was impressive -- but expensiiiive. Food was good, but value wise I'd dine elsewhere. Very cool decor and all that, worth checking out at least once.
- Restaurant Week Menu? Not reallyTamiDined on 8/23/2014As part of the Summer Restaurant Week, we decided to go to Euclid Hall. At the time we made the reservation, the menu was "coming soon". On the day of our reservation, when I checked the website, the menu was still "coming soon". Once we sat down with the menu, the menu was basically the regular menu without prices. Some of the items had up charges next to them like +3 or +6 so you had to pay an additional amount if you wanted the asparagus salad or the pork chop. In the end, we ended up just ordering off the regular menu and spent less $. Nothing like our other restaurant week dinning experiences.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Amazing FoodDenverEaterDined on 8/23/2014This is the second time I've eaten at Euclid Hall, and it most definitely won't be the last. The food is amazing-really playful and interesting flavors. My only complaint is something we experienced both times: we were told by the hostess that we could have a table but "needed to be finished by X:XX." I understood when we were just walking in on a Saturday evening around 5:30, but I was really put off by the comment on our second visit when I took the time to reserve a table for four. I hope management considers doing some research on their average dining times so they can plan reservations accordingly, and this awkward exchange can be cut out of an otherwise excellent dining experience.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good but priceyBuckDined on 7/28/2014Food was good as was service and the ambience. Prices on both food and drink are high for what you get. Portions are small.
- The following 183 reviews are from the Euclid Hall reviews archive.
- Hip Joint!NBBcaliGalDined on 7/26/2014Had a great time. We're from Cali, and I brought a bunch of beer sales guys out on a trip to Denver. It was a blast, and super close to Coors Field where we caught a ball game after.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- KansasDined on 7/8/2014The service at Euclid was tremendous. With a unique menu they were careful to share recommendations on how to order, what to group together, and what the items and flavors were. I will recommend and go back.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent timekatemcd1Dined on 7/2/2014I had a group of 10 people so this was excellent place. Amazing food. The poutines...yummy! The pork schnitzel...delic. And omg the s'mores dessert. Unbelievable. Dream worthy. The server was too quiet and stood in one spot, but who aces...he understood us and we ate and ate. Really great. Go there!Special Features:
- great food, too loudNeoenophileDined on 4/21/2014Had a business lunch here and was given a great spot away from the majority of tables, however, the music was blasting far too loud to facilitate a quiet business discussion - we ended up having to almost yell at each other to be heard. Asked wait staff at least three times to decrease the volume but it never occurred! Made the experience frustrating and less than enjoyable. Probably won't go back for a business lunch anytime soon. Don't understand why restaurants think they have to fill a space with obnoxiously loud music! Open Table should also change it's noise categories from quiet - moderate - energetic - do not recall to reflect a choice that indicates just TOO noisy!Special Features:
- Delicious!KaylaDined on 4/6/2014I went with a group of 7 people and we all loved it! The sausages are amazing (I highly recommend making it a currywurst...took me straight back to Berlin) and the pad thai pig ears are really unique and delicious!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- If you have any special dietarydancingladyDined on 3/29/2014If you have any special dietary requirements I suggest you avoid this restaurant.
- Love Euclid Hall! Great food,CLinDined on 2/28/2014Love Euclid Hall! Great food, good beer, cool place on the inside.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Fell ShortMikeDined on 2/28/2014When visiting for Restaurant Week, I thought the vegetarian options sparse (fair enough), the portions limited, and the execution average. It seemed first-time diners were an after-thought because of 5280.Special Features:
- Great beer & appsOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 2/28/2014Food was delicious and beer excellent. I prefer more fresh vegetables and lighter ingredients. But if you're looking for some excellent beer and some we'll made, upscale bar food to wash it down with, this is the place!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good to go!ALdenverDined on 2/27/2014This is my second time to Euclid and I will be going back again. The food was excellent, especially had the poutine.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- amazingOpenTable Diner Since 2008VIPDined on 2/27/2014We've eaten here before and loved it. This time we brought an out of town family member and another newb. They loved it! The deal clincher was two steaks came out so salty we had to send them back. They were not only replaced but we had a myriad of comps. As it should be! We loved our waitress too! Can't say enough good things.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Always amazing!! EspeciallyFunkyyyDined on 2/27/2014Always amazing!! Especially the bone marrow!... The whole reason I come!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Comfort Food with a Modern TwistKimberDined on 2/27/2014There was not a thing I didn't love about Euclid Hall. From the moment we stepped into the historic brick building and were warmly greeted by the hostess and our waiter we knew it was going to be an awesome experience. And it was. We loved the roasted cauliflower salad and the carnitas papas fritas! We can't wait to come back and try more menu items!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Would not go back!sparklevscrepeDined on 2/27/2014We went to Euclid for a nice evening out...the food was not great...portions were small esp for the price. The waitress recommended the dishes we ate including the dessert....and the food did not taste good. We had the noodle dish and the pork was rather "mystery pork with fat." This was recommended by the waitress....what??!! We had the waffle ice cream sandwich for dessert...it had no flavor and the waffle was dry. We went for 5280 restaurant week and ended up paying $30 more because basically every dish was an addition cost. We would not go back there again.
- Always GreatKateDined on 2/26/2014Love Coming to Euclid Hall for a beer and either any of the Poutines listed, my favorite, or Kielbasa Curry Wurst style, nom nom nom!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good food diverse menuMIkeDined on 2/25/2014Went to Euclid Hall for Denver Restaurant week. The menu was more diverse than I recall and everything was good. I had the Dan Dan Noodles which had pork prepared 2 ways. My friend had a hash of corn beef, fries, red cabbage in a Hollandaise sauce, very good. Expect a rich meal if you go, not many light offerings on the menu.Special Features:
- We loved the food & atmosphereOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 2/25/2014We loved the food & atmosphere at Euclid Hall. I'm still wanting the chips & dip. Homemade potato chips with duck & lemon feta. Heaven on a plate!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good pick for restaurant weekFinickytravelerDined on 2/25/2014One of the few places that still include an alcoholic beverage on their restaurant week menu, nice touch. And also include tons of options, altho the upcharges are a little annoying and seem petty ($1-2? why bother) and long guidelines to navigate. But food is unique, not same-old, and all delicious and generous portions (even "itty bitty" fish sandwich app; a good-sized slider). Good place to meet friends b/c of so many choices, but very loud in there so don't expect to have intimate convos. Service super; all staff friendly and accommodating, and food/drinks came out fast. In cool old historic brick building, adds to ambiance.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Restaurant weekPinkPassion4foodDined on 2/25/2014Went to Euclid Hall for Denver restaurant week for the first time. Amazing! We tried the bone marrow, pad thai pig ears, chicken and waffles, and dan dan noodles. Everything was delicious. Our server was attentive without being overbearing. The decor wasn't terribly memorable but nice.Special Features:
- Restaurant WeekOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 2/25/2014They do it right here - the menu is chalked full of their best stuff no up charges, the waiter was amazing, the pace was great, the food fantastic!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Denver Restaurant WeekEDubDined on 2/25/2014Went for DRW. It wasnt horrible or anything. I guess it just wasnt what I expected. Service was great. The food is unique. The chicken and waffles is just odd. Not a true chicken and waffles.Special Features:
- Euclid Hall is a bustling fun spotSerious4funDined on 2/25/2014No need to do restaurant week at Euclid hall. The prices are already fair and the food is fun and delicious. Great beer selection.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Just okTraceyHDined on 2/24/2014It was very crowded, noisy & hard to move around. The service was pretty good, and the food was pretty good, but I thought it was a little expensive for the amount of food you get.Special Features:
- Disappointed in ServiceOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 2/24/2014We received great recommendations and had high hopes for this unique tap house. We went for Denver Restaurant Week and made an early reservation. The food was good and the beer selection had great choices. However, the hostess refused to seat us at a more remote table saying we would have to be done in an hour if we sat elsewhere even though we were among the first to arrive. We sat at our table in the busy walkway for an hour before they even started to fill up our section and 90min later we left with tables still open. Our reservation should have had as much priority as a later one. Our table for 4 could have been exchanged for another table of 4 or even 2. It left us with a bad taste for the evening.Special Features:
- The Restaurant week menu hadCACODined on 2/23/2014The Restaurant week menu had many good choices. I really loved the Smores.pot de crème.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Heard so many good thingsOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 2/23/2014Heard so many good things about this place and decided to try it for restaurant week -- left somewhat disappointed. Ambiance is nice, but food is mediocre. Pad thai pig ears were decent, but the sauce was too tart and missing the complex sweet/salty flavors of traditional padthai sauce. The portion size was decent for an appetizer which is a good thing since my diver scallop entree literally came out with two scallops, 10 tiny pieces of sunchoke and a couple strands of watercress and was an additional $3. The sourdough icecream sandwich was the best thing. Hub had the fish sandwich (like it) followed by the oyster po' boy. He would have preferred the po'boy w/o the siracha/may hot sauce--it had a banh-mi-esque flavor to it.Special Features:
- Fantastic resaurant!ChadDined on 2/22/2014Great, eclectic menu with a wide variety of options. Everything from chicken and waffles to housemade sausage and everything in-between. One of the better craft beer selections in town.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Old world fused with new world???FlipFlopContessaDined on 2/22/2014We tried this place during Restaurant Week on the advice of one in the party's reccomendation. Our favorite dishes were the pickle plate, brussel sprouts, and the Guiness float. As for my dish, the corned beef hash, I was disappointed that most of the meat was chunks of fat and really chewy. The cabbage was scarcely found not only in my dish but that of one of the other diners. The 3rd person in our party got the best meal of mussels. The dishes were old world redoux but sometimes it isn't necessary or a better job adding vegetables.Special Features:
- Great Food and Beer!ChrisDined on 2/20/2014In town for a conference and was looking for a table for a large group. Euclid was a great choice. The wait staff provided great recomendations on the menu and beer. We shared almost everything, sausages, poutines, pig ears, mussels, pickles and some deserts. All the food was cleared off the plates and everyone found some great beers! Their had cranked fresh sausages were great (get the sampler to have them all and share).Special Features:
- Good food, energetic casua ambiencefood4thoughtDined on 2/14/2014Went here with my boyfriend for Valentine's day. The ambience was very comfortable like their food, and pretty casual. While it's easy to spend quite a bit of money here on food, you can also dine on more of a budget since their small dishes are priced between $8-10, and you could get three dishes and some drinks and be full. We got the Brussel Sprout casserole, Pad Thai Pig Ears and the special pork chop for two. My favorite was the Pad Thai Pig Ears. They are spicy and crunchy and the pig ears serve as the noodles in this dish. The baby godzilla cocktail. had a nice grapefruit flavor with gin. It managed to be a fruity citrus drink without being too sweet. Service was very good.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great food and top notch beer listDCA2DENDined on 2/14/2014Don't miss this place when in Denver. Love the chicken and waffles, oyster poboy, and extensive sours list.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.