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About EDGE Restaurant & Bar
Welcome to EDGE Restaurant & Bar, the striking, urban chic addition to Denver’s vibrant restaurant scene. EDGE Restaurant & Bar offers all day dining experiences catering to the power breakfast and the social crowd with seasonal al fresco dining. At dinner, this modern American steakhouse offers primarily Colorado-ranched natural, grass and corn fed meats with an array of Rocky Mountain game to compliment a variety of progressive menu selections. For small events and intimate dining, EDGE Restaurant offers three smartly designed, glassed-in private dining areas, one featuring a carving station with views into the visually-appealing chef's kitchen. The adjacent, stylish and lively EDGE Bar offers an inspiring twist to the familiar and an innovative tapas-style menu.
Denver, CO 80202
Steakhouse, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Daily 6:30 am–10:30 am
Sat, Sun 9:00 am–2:00 pm
Mon–Thu, Sun 10:30 am–12:00 am
Fri, Sat 10:30 am–2:00 am
Mon–Fri 11:00 am–2:00 pm
Mon–Fri 11:00 am–2:00 pm
Mon–Fri 4:00 pm–6:00 pm
Sat, Sun 11:00 am–4:00 pm
Daily 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
There will a DJ or Live Music select nights seasonally in EDGE bar.
Complimentary Valet Parking
*Lawrence & 14th- Bus 15
*15th & Arapahoe- buses 10,12,28,32,38, 44 & 44L
*15th & Curtis- buses 2,9,15,15L & 20
*Market Street station at 16th street for buses to the surrounding cities & towns
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cigar Room, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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There are three smartly designed, glassed-in private dining areas, one featuring a carving station with views into the visually-appealing chef’s kitchen.
EDGE Restaurant & Bar Ratings and Reviews
Our meal was very good right up to the bill. I was shocked to find a $2.00 charge for an extra scoop of ice cream on the dessert we shared, something our waiter implied was his request of the kitchen, not something we asked for. I have to hope that this was a "machine error" with the system between the front of house and the kitchen.
That said, the steaks were very good. I had the 15oz New York strip and my friend the bone-in filet. The grilled asparagus were an outstanding side with a really nice wood grilled flavor. I started with the wedge salad and would come back for this in the future.
So ... I think you will have a good meal at EDGE, just beware friendly waiters bearing false gifts!
The Edge has a beautiful dining room, but meals can be a mixed bag. I ordered the steak salad, which I have to say is the worst in Denver. My dining companion had the soup and salad combination, and she was pleased with the meal. Not only is the dining experience not up to Four Seasons standards, but I would not classify it in the top tier of restaurants in Denver.
I have dined at EDGE multiple times and consistently returned and recommended the restaurant to friends because of the outstanding food and superior service. When it came time to celebrate a friend's birthday, Edge at the Four Seasons seemed like a great choice. I wanted to go somewhere where my friend would be spoiled with great service and delicious food. Boy, were we disappointed. Our waiter was extremely slow. In fact, after serving our dinner, it took him 40 minutes to check back. We were long finished by the time we checked back. After we asked for our check, it took nearly 20 minutes. I had informed the restaurant that it was my friend's birthday, but nothing was done to commemorate the birthday.
We have dined at Edge several times, as a couple, or with family and friends, sometimes before attending a Denver Centre Theatre production. We enjoy the ambiance - the room is comfortable and attractive; the food is very good - we especially enjoy the halibut when it is on the menu; the tuna, the beef filet, and the Caesar Salad, in presentation and preparation; and the service has always been superb, from the initial greeting through the serving of our dinners - efficient and attentive, but not intrusive, for diners from age 5 to mature adult.
My husband and I had a AAA voucher and used it to celebrate my birthday with a fabulous 3 course meal. The service was superb, and the executive chef even dropped by our table to check on us. The hot stone and beet salad starters were delicious, and my husband's steak and my scallops were perfectly prepared. We both enjoyed our wine selections too. The peanut butter cup and sticky toffee pudding desserts were sublime, and the chocolate lollipops a wonderful touch. We've been to Edge several times, and have loved every visit.
My wife and I have had both brunch and dinner at EDGE several times, but this was our first visit with others. It was a lot of fun. Everything (salads, steaks, sides, desserts, dessert wines) got shared around the table, and it was all delicious. Not inexpensive, though! Plan on $75-$250 per person, depending mostly on how much and which wine(s) you select.
Had a large group for Mother's Day brunch. Requested a private glass room looking into kitchen. They took care of it. Great service, the chef came in and invited the grandsons to a tour of the kitchen - made it special for them - a highlight of their dinner. food great. a wonderful experience for our family.
The Mothers Day brunch was expensive beyond my imagination. With 18 percent tip $399 for 5 people. No alcohol. 3 courses including a dessert bar @ $55 a person and they charged extra for coffee, tea, and juice. Really? The food was good but artistically marginal portion sizes, if you know what I mean. The fruit plate appetizer had been sitting for awhile and the yogurt was less than half a cup. Starbucks Greek yogurt now looks like superb value to me. The prime rib was no more than 6 oz with a small scoop of mashed potatoes and 2 asparagus sprigs. All very tasty but I feel like we got taken to the cleaners. What happened? I have taken my wife here before several times and had great food and service. Very very disappointing.
We used AAA special discount for our visit. The restaurant provided an excellent selection of menu alternatives. The list of wine-by-the-glass was extensive and the recommended wine, was very good. The steak tarter and beet appetizers were delicious. Unfortunately the rest of the meal and the atmosphere was not to our taste. They grill over pecan wood, resulting in our salmon, filet and grilled vegetables being heavily smoked, so the delicate flavors of the meat, fish and vegetables were lost. We spent about 2 hours in the restaurant and as the evening progressed, the noise level continued to rise to the point where we could no longer have conversation. What started as an excellent evening, ended disappointingly. We will not return.
The service here is always exceptional but this time Alan, our server, went above and beyond. We were going to the show and the portioning on my dinner was large. I had thought about getting a box, but didn't want to worry about it at the show. Alan, without ever asking my name, offered to box and refrigerate it until we returned after the show to pick it up. When I picked it up, it was carefully labeled with name, date, and item included. Not that it sat in our refrigerator for any time at all. I had the rest of the pork shank for lunch the next day. It was fantastic, and so is Alan - just another example of Four Seasons service.
Edge has gone downhill in the past few years. With a great location, romantic ambiance, and a name like "Four Seasons" attached to the building, they should really improve on their food quality. The steaks have been tough and fatty, no matter the cut. They lack seasoning and flavor and its difficult to get it cooked to the temperature you ordered.
We have dined at Edge several times prior to Theater events. Our experiences in general have been very good. This time there was a problem with preparing one of the offered Prime strip steaks that I ordered.
The steak was markedly overcooked, but when this was noticed the waiter immediately took it back and had another made to the correct temperature. He was very apologetic and wanted to make things right for us. My wife's entree was very good and prepared correctly. We finished dinner with time to spare to take a walk before the show started.
Absolutely fantastic experience. I had been there about a month ago , and I was a wee bit disappointed . I decided to give it another try since I really love this spot for brunch . This time everything clicked ! The food was almost perfect , and the service was on point . The only thing that needs some improvement is the wine list . It is not up to par for what you would expect at a place like The Four Seasons, so guys give that a little work !!!
The Edge is a restively new restaurant in the new Four Seasons Hotel. My girlfriend I were there for the Easter Sunday $55 brunch special. The Edge did not disappoint. Our meals were a sumptuous three course affair with enough choices so thatWe did not find the menu restrictive. The dessert bar was out of this world!
Great food, great service, fantastic desserts! A very attentive staff that made an effort to be sure our dining experience was wonderful. The steak was tender and perfectly cooked. The salmon was great. The desserts (carrot cake filled with warm white chocolate) and peanut butter mousse topped with a chocolate ganache made the whole experience memorable.
EDGE always provides well-prepared food and provides great service when they aren't crowded. We experienced appropriate attentiveness and sincerity from the team of servers, resulting in an excellent dining experience. Only the inconsistency in such service (such as sometimes evidenced in front-of-house hosting or when the restaurant is busy) keeps this from being a true favorite.
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