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About Chianti Ristorante
Chianti Ristorante Italiano has introduced Greenwood Village to the classic beauty and influential taste of Italy. One of Denver’s most respected chefs, Allesandro Carollo, contributes his talents to the appetizing, enjoyable plates of pasta dishes served at two comfortable, elegant locations — Chianti and Venice. Let Allesandro and his wife, Sara, whisk you away to Italy to savor its unending charm and incredible foods.
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 2:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - Close
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
From 30 to 200
Banquet, Beer, Full Bar, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Want VIP treatment for the evening,? Book out Chianti for your next event we can seat up to 55 guests.
Chianti Ristorante Ratings and Reviews
Louis ( or Luis) was an excellent waiter .The food was average for the price point. We were seated at a table that NO ONE should have to sit at - it was an after thought - right next to waiter station with a view of the bathrooms for my date ! They should remove this table.
We had a lovely time and our dinner was quite nice, but we waited almost an hour for our reserved table. There were probably 10-15 people who were in the same spot, and they don't have room for people to wait. Reservation system needs better management!! While slow to offer, they did provide drinks to all of us who were waiting.
I eat at Chianti's fairly regularly and it's been a family favorite for years. It's always very crowded, with no room to move your chair away from the table. But I expect this and the food is definitely worth the lack of comfort. It's almost impossible to get in without a reservation. The portions are large and everything I've had there is absolutely perfect. The meals come with vegetables and pasta and I recommend the fettuccine alfredo. There's a large selection of wine and they usually have about 3-4 desserts.
Our service is usually perfect but this past visit it was a little slow. We had to ask a a few times to get more bread and my friend's husband didn't get his salad. This isn't typical though and I highly recommend Chianti's.
My wife and I have been big fans of Chianti for many years, but I have to say that our family Christmas Eve dinner this year was definitely not worth the price... Not sure many high end Italian restaurants will charge you $25 for a kids butter and noodles, but they did... They stuck us with a 20% gratuity (I usually pay 20-25% per meal) due to having six in my family, which they didn't state upfront, and not sure I have seen a party of 6 hit with a gratuity at any other restaurants I have been to in years. Lastly, their wine and drinks way overpriced and not a great selection...
Sorry to say, but we were quite disappointed with our Christmas Eve meal , and will not be going back to Chianti's for a family celebration in the future.
Overall food quality was low among several meals ordered. Also, minimal appetizer options available. Asked waiter to split one adult meal in 3 for sharing for 3 children and he indicated he couldn't resulting in charge for 1.5 meals for our children . I could have simply ordered one adult meal myself and split it. No desire to return whatsoever.
The food was subpar and seemed almost microwaved? We came on Christmas Eve for a fancy Italian dinner and it was the opposite of that. There was a special menu (as we assumed) but it was extremely small and we wished we could've seen that prior to our reservations. The tables were smushed together and the servers seemed rushed and rude. Wouldn't go back, especially for a special occasion.
It was our date night. We ordered a dish with angel hair instead of spaghetti, but it came out with spaghetti which was undercooked and cold. The shrimp was very cold as well. The server was often completely disappeared. Overall, it was disappointing. Won't go back.
I regularly go to Venice Ristorante, and decided to try their ‘sister’ restaurant, Chianti. Food was good but the service was terrible. Four times our waiter came by our table saying, ‘be right with you’. Not even a drink order. I will stick to Venice in the future.
Had never been here before and needed a place in DTC for our small company Holiday dinner. The location and ambiance are both unassuming (located in a quiet strip mall) , but could not be happier that we chose this place. Our server was great as were the rest of the staff, and the food was delicious. I do not dine in DTC often, but will not hesitate to come back here again! Cheers and thanks again to the wonderful staff at Chianti
We haven't been here for at least 10 years, as we were more likely to go to their sister restaurant, Venice, which is bigger and easier to get into. I felt the entrees weren't as good as they used to be, though the wine, the appetizers, and service was very good. The wine list is on an iPad, but the connection kept being interrupted, which was a little annoying.
Food was excellent - I had Polletto ai Carciofi e Capperi with a side of flavorful roasted potatoes; my companion had Tagliatelle that was gone so fast I didn't even get a taste. For dessert we had the chocolate mousse and the orange creme brulee. My friend declared the chocolate mousse the best dessert she's had in her LIFE (unfortunate, since the chocolate mousse was MY dessert) and gave me a head's up that she wants to come back here and order the chocolate mousse for her birthday in a couple months! Tables a little close, but well worth it.
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