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It was a nice restaurant and the food was good. I was eating alone, so I think the staff checked on me a bit more than I would have like (6 people asked me how my food was, which was nice, but I wanted to enjoy my meal). I’m sure it was just due to the location of my table and my solo status, but like 2-3 people would have been sufficient. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Wonderful all around. Dry-aged delmonico cut here is one of my all time favorite steaks ever and it’s at its best here. We shared these little sliders to start and it’s possibly the tastiest thing I’ve eaten. Service is spot on and very friendly, the restaurant is beautiful, and atmosphere fun and energetic. A definite return is in the future. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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My boyfriend and I have been going to Cherry Hills Sushi on a regular basis since they opened about 2 years ago. The hand rolls and sashimi are always amazing, sake flights are great and the staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. I recommend Cherry Hills to anyone who likes good sushi! MoreOpenTable Diner -
We decided to go for the tasting menu and put everything in the hands of the chef and our server. One member of our party is vegetarian and I have celiac. They nailed it! The last time I felt so pampered was at the French Laundry. This is truly a gem....worth the trip and we will be back! Boulder Foodie MoreOpenTable Diner -
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From January 12 - March 20, 2018, guests can experience the Swiss mountain tradition of gathering around the table to share stories and indulge in gourmet cheeses and deserts with special Friday evening Fondue at Thunderhead Lodge.
After a nighttime ride up the gondola, guests will enjoy an array of fondue options, wine and cocktail selections, at The Stoker restaurant while overlooking the twinkling lights of the Yampa Valley. Fondue is by reservation only. Ideal for all ages.More
Gumba's Italian Restaurant opened in December 2017. Located in the heart of Downtown Denver in Lincoln Park, or Upper Capitol Hill, Gumba's is next door to Emily Griffith Technical School and the Lincoln Park Condos. We boast beautiful, in house, scratch made Brooklyn style pizza crusts and calzones, and wonderful, hearty Italian soul food dishes like Lasagna and Spaghetti with Meatballs. We pride ourselves on sourcing local purveyors for a variety of our ingredients, as well as our wines and bar items, too. The staff at Gumba's is excited to serve you a real taste of Brooklyn and cannot wait to introduce Denver to a glimpse back into Grandmas kitchen with our soulful dishes. More
Located inside the JW Marriott Denver in a spot long known as one of Cherry Creek North’s most popular gathering places, the new Social Fare features a sunlit dining room with a 300-bottle illuminated wine wall and floor-to-ceiling retractable glass doors that open onto a year-round spacious patio with a roaring fire pit.
Social Fare uses only the highest-quality ingredients, sourcing locally whenever possible. The eclectic menu starts with Social Bites that are meant to be shared, including Crispy Truffled Gnocchi, Carnitas Poutine and BBQ Rotisserie Chicken Flatbread.More
A throwback to the prohibition era during Telluride's mining days.
A small trap door will open on the front door where the password is to be given. Once inside, up to 12 guests will be escorted through the kitchen into the quaint and hidden dining room.
Guests will be greeted with a cocktail or mock-tail followed by a tantalizing, 5-course Chef's tasting menu paired with molecular mixed spirits, wine and non-alcoholic beverages. The prefix menu will change every couple of weeks. Look on Facebook for our weekly password. Or in The Daily Planet classified adds. Under "The Tunnel".
Leave your knives, guns and cell phones at the door.More
Located just an hour’s drive from the trifecta of ski resorts—Aspen, Vail and Breckenridge—and nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains; Denver is scaling the ranks of the country’s most desirable places to live. And while Colorado’s capital city is a world class hub of winter recreations, a booming restaurant scene is on the rise, too. Brunch waits now rival those of its coastal counterparts. Sounds a little weird given Denver’s land-locked nature, but sushi is also popular here. Downtown, you’ll find Italian Trattorias, sprawling beer gardens, and a slew of coffee shops that range from pour over bars to laid-back, locals-only spots. Larimer Square forms the heart of downtown’s historic district and houses upscale restaurants fit for special occasions. On the outskirts of town, Red Rocks Amphitheater draws festival crowds for its outdoor acoustics and epic views.