Fire- The Art Hotel of Denver
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Easter Restaurant Specials & Reservations
FIRE restaurant will offer an elaborate brunch buffet from 9am-3pm. Menu items include Raw Bar, Herb Crusted Leg of Lamb, Whole Smoked Salmon & Easter desserts. The cost is $65 adults/ $25 kids/ Under 5 is free. Parking is complimentary and there will be a surprise visit from the Easter Bunny
Sunday, April 21, 2019
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The ambiance is sleek and inviting but incredibly noisy. Ordered lamb chops medium rare and they were overcooked. However, the portion was generous. The wait staff was distracted and unattentive. They were serving a big crowd. They forgot an order of fries and our table had to request bread.
It is a beautiful restaurant, and the service was excellent, including the valet at the front door who helped me get my sister's wheelchair out of the trunk. All employees were very polite and friendly.
There were 4 of us ladies for lunch. I think 2 of us loved our meals, 2 of us not so much. I ordered a chicken caprese sandwich and the chicken was overcooked and dry. The mini salad I got with it did not really have anything on it, a tiny bit of dressing, but just some greens.
So, not saying I would never go back, but be careful what you order.
Pretty space. The "Ocean View" on the south side is so clever! Nice outdoor patios upon which to hang out - I assume you can have food served there but not sure. Not many gluten-free options. Menu is quite limited. Great spot before/after a visit to the Museums. I am sure I will return for another go.
Only for the ambiance and views. The food was average and service was just ok. We went for brunch. It was over priced. I do not mind spending money on good food and good service. I was disappointed overall.
already referred friends to eat at Fire last night. :)
Terrific food (we had the quinoa bowl and the mac & cheese), lovely setting and outstanding service. I highly recommend it and will be definitely be going back.
We enjoyed our meal and the ambiance. My granddaughter (7) joined us as well as my 3 mo. old grandson--both were well behaved but our server was great--very attentive to the 7 year old. Very pleasant experience.
Great atmosphere and the meatball grinder was delicious.
Loved this for Brunch. Perfect for before or after a trip to the Denver Art Museum. My daughter is gluten and dairy free and they were very accommodating. Perfectly done Croque Madame. One of the ladies raved about the Matisse Martini. Just a memorable brunch for all!
The space for dining is beautiful to enjoy a meal. It’s very light and airy. Our server was efficient and friendly. We never felt rushed. Our dinner of salmon was prepared to our request and delicious.
It is rather noisy when place is full. Could use some noise dampening such as carpeting, curtains, etc.
Not busy at all for a Friday morning.
Loved this place! The food was amazing, the staff amazing! I went with my children after the Dior exhibit and was a little nervous this may not be the best environment for a child ( 8 and 10) , but they surprised me! I will definitely go again.
Our server was rude, abrupt, and surly, not professional whatsoever. The service did not in any way reflect the ambiance and fine dining experience ecpected from this restsurant which I hsve enjoyed on 2 other occasions. I will not recommend it again, other than for a drink on the Terrace.
Went for lunch and everyone was welcoming. Got seated right away. Server was attentive, polite and had good recommendations. Had a mix of choices. I look forward to going back
Great setting - really beautiful. We were there the last day of Restaurant Week and chose to order off that menu. Food was good but the desserts were not. Might be that they had made them a week or so before and had them left over - just seemed to be old. We will go again though and order off of the main menu!
Loved the ambiance and decor. Dined there for Restaurant Week, so the value was great. Service, while pleasant and efficient, was a bit lacking (never asked us if we wanted coffee, didn't bag our bottle of wine that we were taking home). Food was good, but not spectacular. The gnocchi was a bit chewy. Dessert (peanut butter chocolate cheesecake), however, was delightful!
Food was excellent as was the service. With restaurant week special, the prices were especially reasonable.
Beautiful restaurant with great views of downtown. Perfect brunch spot before going to the art museum.
So disappointed in our DENVER restaurant week dinner.
The ravioli was so sweet after a couple bites it was inedible. The gnocchi tasted like rubber balls with very strange texture. Maybe overcooked? Never tasted it quite like this
The crab cakes and mushroom soup were good.
The dessert was terrible- this blackberry sponge cake that looked like a brick of concrete with absolutely no taste.
The tiny scoop of ice cream or should I say one bite was good.
Had to ask different servers to get our water refilled 3 times .
Disappointed and not going back.
I just feel like the food is an overpriced afterthought and the service is just okay and doesn’t match the price. I’ve had the gnocchi twice here now and it is consistently over cooked and dry.
We ordered from the restaurant week menu which is very good value. But regular menu prices are expensive. Was very noisy because of multiple events going on. Later in the. evening as people left noise level dropped. If you’re looking for an unusual restaurant, this is a good choice because of all of the artwork in the hotel and our meals were excellent.
This is a beautiful spot with fresh, traditional food.
We went for restaurant week, and the food was lazy. You would like to think they would put their best foot forward. We would not return.
Fantastic meal! We were so excited to finally try Fire and restaurant week was a great way to do so. The menu is fresh, modern, and well executed. Everything was prepared to perfection. The service was attentive and subtle, and the venue itself is just stunning. Seriously, this is a beautiful place to be... It's like dining inside an art museum. The bar was also quite amazing... Inspired drinks and a decent value.
This place is so fun. Low-key and never overly crowded. Probably under-appreciated. Definitely worth a visit!
Service was not well timed; soup came before drinks and we had an impression they were trying to push us along with the meal.
The overall service is very poor. The staff was friendly, but everything and everyone seemed disorganized from our hostess check in to our server. My friend and I both ate salads, mine with salmon and hers with shrimp. We enjoyed our dishes, the drinks were a different story.
We decided to try The Art Hotel of Denver for brunch as we saw an advertisement for a fantastic looking Bloody Mary equipped with its own slider. I promptly ordered one upon my arrival. After 10 minutes someone delivered the slider to me on a plate without the Bloody Mary. The slider sat for another ten minutes before I was able to grab the attention of someone asking on the status of my Bloody Mary. Finally, it arrived minutes later with the now cold slider topping off the drink.
My friend also ordered the same drink fifteen minutes after I ordered mine. It arrived more quickly and with a warmer slider, but without a straw and condiments (olive, onion, etc.). After another ten minutes, we were able to stop someone to request a straw.
The location is convenient and I'm sure that it draws the traffic of hotel guests. Just a bit disappointed.
The food, views and staff were wonderful. Our only issue was that the openness of the space made it noisy.
We did the Restaurant Week menu so not sure if their regular food is better but this menu was lacking. The crab cake was more bread than crab. The flank steak was good with Swiss chard and a potato cake. The dessert was a mess. Some type of black currant pound cake with a weird icing... It was dry and not appetizing. Our waitress seemed very annoyed to be there or she was upset with the other support waiters around her. She aggressively grabbed one of my friends plates from the table instead of saying excuse me. Just rude. Prolly won't be back but the ambiance was great.
Service was not very good. The busboy helped us the most.
This is our go to place for visiting the Denver Art Museum. We love everything about it including the restrooms which are a work of art in themselves.
5 of us came here after the Dior Art Exhibit and had such a nice lunch. They gave us a beautiful
seat by the window-- a round table so we could talk well. The food was delicious. I had a steak salad, which was good, but my only complaint is that is could have bacon - it had one egg divided and toasted onions on
top- I would rather of had more vegetables -- not more lettuce leaves and it was too heavy on the fried onions. I would have liked more of a Cobb salad with a half an avocado cut up in it. My friend had lamb chops which she said was delicious -- it was an appetizer but enough for a lunch. My other friend had a really good looking shrimp salad.
Have had long lunches several times at Fire; food is delicious (coq au vin was amazing). It is on the pricey end for lunch, however, it's a dining experience and the food is always wonderful, beautifully presented, ambience is great, restaurant is spotless and artistically appointed, plus lots of quality art in the foyer and down the hallway. It's one of the best restaurants in the Golden Triangle for a truly memorable dining experience. Perfect for a long lunch and to enjoy with your out-of-town guests visiting Denver. Denver Art Museum half block away, History Colorado across the street, Kirkland Museum and State Capitol within easy walking distance. Valet parking at Art Hotel or park in the Cultural Center Complex Parking Garage right behind the hotel.
Service was great and very accommodating. Nice to have a bit of a view and a nice light atmosphere.
Service left quite a bit to be desired
The restaurant was generally dirty; stemware and silverware were breathtakingly dirty and water spotted. Bartender didn’t have bloody mary mix ready for Sunday brunch at 12. Drinks took 15 minutes to arrive at our table. Food arrived tepid and generally lacking any seasoning.
Quite frankly this restaurant could be a 10 with better management, based on their stellar location and view. For now, though, Fire seems content on providing an underwhelming experience, which doesn’t seem like the standard Lanny and Sharon Martin (owners) would like this to be known for.
Maria our server was attentive and engaging. Menu was contemporary and everything we had was delicious. Banana cheesecake was a bit heavy but that's personal taste. Dining room was very warm which our biggest gripe. Otherwise a lovely experience.
This was an amazing experience. From the food to the accommodating and stylish environment. To top it all off the view was breathtaking.
The view, service, and food were all amazing. I will definitely be going back!
Wonderful place for a luncheon or brunch before or after a visit to the Art Museum!