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About Earls Kitchen + Bar - Downtown Denver
If you have lofty expectations for an Earls in the mile-high city, Earls Glenarm Denver Restaurant will not disappoint. Let us direct your attention to the atmosphere: warm, welcoming but with a bit of an edge. There's the fact we seem to be getting a bit of a rep for our parties, where we've hosted up to 350 people at one time. For a slightly more intimate feel, try our private wine room with unique wine displays. Then there are the two large patios that look out onto the 16th Street pedestrian mall, one upstairs and one at ground level for two distinctly perfect views of summer. Let's not forget the contemporary, fresh Earls menu. The 24 big-screen plasma TVs. The smiles that greet your arrival. The feeling of knowing you made the right choice for a good night out with your family and friends. C'mon, tell us you're not just a little bit tempted? There's so much more the best thing to do is join us and discover it for yourself. We are located just off the corner of 16th St & Glenarm.
Denver, CO 80202
Hours of Operation:
Sunday through Wednesday: 11:00am - 12:00am
Thursday through Saturday: 11:00am - 1:00am
16th Street Mall between Glenarm and Tremont
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Check out our Facebook page for updated events and entertainment! www.facebook.com/earlsdenver
We also have a great Happy Hour with items priced at $3, $5, $7 and $9
There is parking available on most surrounding streets including Glenarm and Tremont. Also, there are a number of covered parking garages and above ground garages located in the area. The closest is across the street in the Pavilions parking garage with a street entrance on Welton between 15th and 16th. For other parking locations please feel free to give us a call and we can give you directions to numerous other spots located all around downtown!
The Market Street Station and Union Square are both within 10 blocks of our front door! Bus routes in Denver will take you to one or both of these stations and directly outside you can hop on the free 16th street mall bus. Just get off at the Glenarm stop from either direction and look for the red umbrellas and Earls signage!
Private Party Facilities:
LEAVE ALL THE DETAILS TO US FOR YOUR NEXT EVENT!
Nestled in the heart of Downtown Denver, our venue offers a bright and modern setting, perfectly accented with rich woods and eclectic lighting inspired by Colorado’s rustic landscape.
Enjoy our fresh, modern fare punctuated with global flavors, handcrafted cocktails, a comprehensive wine collection and approachable, professional service.
Earls On Top is the perfect place to host your next meeting or celebration. We can accommodate groups of 10 to 500. With two private rooms, full or partial restaurant buyouts and two patios facing 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, Earls On Top is Downtown Denver’s top spot for events!
Contact Sara Lawrason, our Event Coordinator, for package information for corporate dinners, happy hours, special occasions, breakfast meetings, lunches and much more!
Private Party Contact:
Sara Lawrason: (303) 250-7124
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We can customize our upstairs private event space to fit your needs. From weddings to bridal showers, networking events to a private party with a DJ we can make it happen!
In addition to the open seated areas, our two private rooms are perfect for that private business lunch or dinner with 30 friends.
Email our Events Manager Sara Lawrason at: firstname.lastname@example.org to book your event or for more information.
Earls Kitchen + Bar - Downtown Denver Ratings and Reviews
My husband and I had eaten at Earl's a few years ago (we are from Wyoming) We remembered how great it was then so we decided to give it another go with our two good friends. It was just was wonderful as we had remembered. The service was spot on and all of our dinners were delicious. It was so fun to dress up and enjoy a night out at a cool restaurant!
Went there for Sister's Night (4 of us), dinner and a show. Everyone loved their food. I had the Jerk Chicken. It was different but so so yummy. It came with a warm cole-slaw and a rice dish that were both GREAT. I would definitely order it again. To drink, we all had the Coconut Mint Margaritas and they were out of this world. If we didn't have a show to go to we would have had a few more.
My 25 year old son chose it for a special occasion and invited 2 friends. He enjoyed it as did his friends.
I thought the food was bland. Asked for hot sauce for the guacamole appetizer and had to wait a long time for it. They weren't even busy at that point.
The dessert menu is not very inspiring. We ordered one thing to share but would have done 2 if there were more or better options.
I chose the restaurant because it took lunch reservations and I was on a tight schedule. Meeting some friends who had moved to Denver, the restaurant was close to my hotel. The food choices were excellent——from traditional bar fare to some rather creative dishes. The only drawback is the noise level. We were talking over everyone else and the music. Other than that, it was enjoyable.
Made it in time for happy hour - ordered Green Dragon roll, queso fundido dip, and the Jamaican Jerk Chicken. There were very generous portions of all three - they were very tasty and quite enough for two people to share. We also ordered beverages - Moscow Mule and a Tito's martini with a lemon twist. The drinks were a disappointment. The Moscow Mule cup was mostly ice and had about a 1/4 cup of beverage. The martini was below the half mark of the martini glass. I'd definitely go back to try other menu items as I think the kitchen does a great job. Next time, we'll stick with beer - at least they get close to the top of the pint glass....
Seated quickly but waited awhile for drinks. Ordered two sushi appetizers only to be told they were out of sushi. Ordered meals, didn't see server for long time. Reordered drinks finally. Food was good overall. Our waitress changed in us but nobody told us, noted our waitress sitting at the bar. The new waitress got us excited about the sticky toffee pudding cake, which we ordered. She returned later to say they were out if that dessert, out of the featured dessert, and that they wouldn't be making anymore desserts. It was a late dinner, but before close and there were several other tables seated after us. Disappointed that half of what we wanted to order wasn't available and service was lacking. We went there because it was highly rated, but definitely didn't meet our expectations.
My husband an I were celebrating our anniversary, had thought originally this was a more intimate scene. Very loud and open, not much to be tucked away for a quiet dinner. Service was extraordinarily slow. Our server must've had a 7 table section as she was in and outside having difficulty juggling so many. Food took 30 minutes or so to arrive, two medium steaks. Dinner tasted ok, nothing too spectacular and my steak was over cooked and our potatoes room temp. Server was very nice, despite not being able to be very attentive. Would not attend again.
So, I was worried about the noise level, because several reviews had complained about it being too loud. We were seated upstairs in a semi-open area, which was lovely. Noise was definitely not a problem. Cocktails were great. They use those large ice cubes, which are so nice. But I cannot say we were impressed with the food, aside from the sushi appetizers we ordered. There isn't a lot of choice in the sushi, but what we had was delicious, and a very generouse serving. Fish and chips was waaaaay over-battered. Tacos were tired out, and tortilla itself was tough and chewy. Salads were just average. One of us did order a noodle bowl, and frankly, that seemed like the best thing on the menu.
The appetizers and food was very good. However, the service was slow. The waitress was great but the place was understaffed. We loved the upstairs open windows for people watching. The table, however, had not been properly washed. So, it was a moderate experience. Good value.
Went to Earl's the other night and had a decent dinner. The food is okay, nothing special. The sticky toffee pudding is more like a chocolate cake than sticky toffee pudding. The most irritating of all is that the restaurant marked us in Open Table as a no-show but had no trouble charging my credit card. Hmm, if I wasn't there, how did they charge my credit card?
Haven't been to Earl's in a little while. It really seems as if the servers don't really want to be there. Not a smile on anyone's face. Looking over you instead at you when taking orders. That just appears "affected" to me. I will be in no rush to come back.
I've been to Earl's on a few occasions and have enjoyed the precious experiences. They always make good cocktails and the food is typically good quality. We went this past Friday and had a not so good experience. The restaurant was not packed and yet we waited 15 min to have our drinks delivered. The quality of the food was not there this time. And we had to adjust our order a few times after being told they did not have a key ingedient available in our orders.
I would probably still go to Earl's in the future if it happens by convenience.
The bar type food was fine. Colleague ordered a medium rare steak that came out lathered in salt and nearly well done. Her sides were clearly reheated from frozen. Waitress didn't bat an eye when asking if she wanted a box. For a meal she barely touched. I might go back for a beer, but not for dinner.
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