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About Ellyngton's at the Brown Palace
Deal makers, politicians and businessmen frequent the restaurant regularly making it the place see and be seen. The hotel main dining room serves traditional breakfast with a twist; deli sandwiches, creative entree's and salads for lunch, as well as our City Search 2006 Best Brunch winning Dom Perignon Sunday Brunch. Three tiers of champagne are offered to complement the experience: Domaine Chandon, Moet et Chandon, and of course, Dom Perignon.
Denver, CO 80202
Contemporary American, American
Hours of Operation:
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA 8:00am-1:30pm
SATURDAYS-Nov 25, Dec 2, Dec 9, Dec 16, Dec 23 & SUNDAY-Dec 24
PRICING (does not include tax & gratuity):
Adults..$40.95 Children 6 to 12..$30.95 Children 5 & Under..$19.95
THANKSGIVING and CHRISTMAS DAY HOLIDAY BRUNCH
(Ellyngton's and Mezzanine Level)
PRICING (does not include tax & gratuity)
Just Brunch..$70.95 Domain Chandon..$80.95
Moet & Chandon..$90.95 Children 6 to 12..$20.95 Children 5 & Under is Free
BREAKFAST PRICE RANGE: $31-$50
BREAKFAST HOURS: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 11:00am; Saturday 7:00am - 11:00am; Sunday 7:00am - 9:00am
LUNCH PRICE RANGE: $31-$50
LUNCH HOURS: Monday - Friday 11:30am - 2:00pm
DOM PERIGNON SUNDAY BRUNCH (Pricing does not include tax & gratuity)
BRUNCH HOURS: 10:00am-2:00pm
Just Brunch..$53.95 Domain Chandon..$63.95 Moet & Chandon..$73.95 Children 6 to 12..$20.95 Children 5 & Under is Free
Between Broadway & Tremont Place
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Jazz trio during Dom Perignon Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 3:00pm
The Brown Palace Hotel has valet parking as you arrive at the entrance of the hotel. Ellyngton's will validate your parking ticket for the Dom Perignon Sunday Brunch.
Bus: Civic Center; Light Rail: 18th & California
Banquet, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Ideal for a power breakfast or lunch, Ellyngton's is a fine dining destination serving contemporary American cuisine with attentive and thoughtful service.
Ellyngton's at the Brown Palace Ratings and Reviews
Not sure it was worth the $200 for 2 for brunch. While it was nice the selections were not great. The area for getting your food was so crowded it took the enjoyment out of it. The omlet bar was so crowded it backed up the entire line because it was not a separate area. Only one pasta dish. Very little vegetable choices. All around it was not half as good as the Broadmoor or others. Pretty disappointed. Service was very good
We went for their Sunday brunch. The selection was amazing and all the food was great. The baked goods are all made in-house and the dessert buffet was one of a kind. We were there for Halloween brunch and the price was almost $20 more than the normal price, which we didn’t expect and I think that did make it a bit overpriced. Still - a great way to start the Sunday.
The Champagne Brunch was outstanding. Besides offering a carving station, sushi bar, made-to-order omelette station, they also had a made-to-order pancake station. For dessert, they had a double chocolate fountain offering both milk & white chocolate, standard dessert pairings, fresh dark hot chocolate and a bananas foster station. An excellent brunch for special occasions!!
My wife and I came to Denver for our 37th wedding anniversary. We are from Memphis, Tennessee. I surprised her with the Sunday Brunch. The decor was perfect. The food was diverse and very delicious no matter the palate. The service left nothing to be desired. The accomplished musicians seasoned the atmosphere with some soothing melodies. I love Denver and my wife thinks it is a good place to visit. She now insists whenever we come to Denver it must have a Sunday stay over so she can have "HER BRUNCH FIX'. THANK YOU FOR ALLOW US TO STROLL DOWN THE AISLES OF ONE OF THE TOP BRUNCHES IN THE WORLD.
Brunch on Sunday is always a treat here! Moderate spread of very nicely prepared items in a lovely dining room. Attentive service and a musical background combo to entertain. Coupled with the optional bottomless mimosas it is one of our go-to places in Denver.
The Brown Palace is a historic gem in Denver. The architecture of the hotel is outstanding. We took the guided tour of the hotel, and enjoyed learning about the history of the building. Lunch in the Ellyngton Room was first class. I would recommend the Brown Palace as a definite must do while in Denver.
Table service was slow. Had to ask for silverware, coffee and juice repeatedly. We were celebrating a birthday and the waiter forgot. Delivered a cupcake in a to go box with an unlit candle. Waiters bumped into our chairs repeatedly as they passed, but still couldn't refill our glasses or clear our table. Waiter tried to usher us out after :45 minutes.
But, food was very good and enjoy the historic hotel. Very sad that the table service was so bad.
We received horrible service from the time we walked in. We sat at the table for over 15 minutes and only for drinks after I mentioned it while another waiter was walking by. The waiter was very inattentive
My wife enjoyed her food. I did not. My eggs Benedict was way over cooked. I would not recommend this restraint for its cost.
For the price, I was a little disappointed with the portion size of my steak salad. There was a decent amount of steak, but there also was a good amount of chewy fat on it. The dessert size was small for the price as well. Love the rolls and iced tea though.
Brown Palace brunch is to die for! This is how hospitality is done! Its pricey, but well worth it for a special occasion. If I have ever experienced more perfect food quality and more perfect service, I can't not remember when. Brown Palace Sunday brunch is the bomb! (Especially if you are lucky enough to sit in Riley's section.)
The Crab and other seafood was superb, very fresh and high quality. Linked with the Champagne this was a delightful, unrushed dining experience. Our server Riley was very attentive, but not intrusive. All in all, we would highly recommend this Brunch, one of Denver's finest.
Excellent, old-world, classy restaurant. The food was spectacular, and they went out of their way to make it special for my mom's 80th birthday. We probably overstayed (we were there until 2:30 or so), so if you are going to linger, I suggest an earlier reservation. (Ours was at 1:00.)
We went to Brunch for a birthday celebration; the food & service was great. The only downside was that the prices they charged were $20 higher per person than what the web site stated. For 8 people that is $160 bucks out of our pocket that shouldn't of happened. It will make me seriously consider whether we will go back or not.
Sunday Brunch for my wifes' birthday. Only reason it didn't get 5-Stars on all lines, was that we were seated in the back area where it was much noisier and they seem to have trouble controlling the overall room temp.
Bit pricey, but knew that going there. Great place for special occasions. We'll go again.
Words alone cannot describe how great this Sunday Brunch is and since I'm not a millennial, I don't take (endless) photos of my food so I can't post those as "proof". Service is perfection which goes along with each and every item on the buffet. A wonderful trio provides live music to complete the ambience. Coffee and juice is included and champagne (yes, real champagne) is bottomless for either $10 or $20 more depending on which is ordered. That's a very fair price and also allows a table to make their own decisions on having bubbly, or not and if so, which one. It's now Tuesday when I type this and I think that I can finally eat something later today. Maybe.
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