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About The Garden Terrace at The Hilton Denver Inverness
The Garden Terrace at The Hilton Denver Inverness is a local favorite. The Mimosa Sunday Brunch attracts people from all over and has been voted "Denver's Best Brunch Buffet" (Westword Newspaper and citysearch.com) and features over 100 freshly made, all-you-can-eat brunch items. The Garden Terrace also has a wonderful á la carte menu.
Englewood, CO 80112
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Saturday: 6:30am - 10:00am breakfast buffet / 6:30am -11:00am Menu Mimosa Sunday Brunch: Sunday: 9:00am - 1:00pm Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 1:30pm Menu / Monday -Friday 11:30am – 1:30pm
Dry Creek Road
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Valet and Self Parking available
Private Party Facilities:
Please contact Erin Reynolds at 303-397-6303 for your private party inquiries.
Private Party Contact:
Erin Reynolds: (303) 397-6303
Banquet, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For special events and offers, please visit www.InvernessHotel.com.
The Garden Terrace at The Hilton Denver Inverness Ratings and Reviews
The Sunday brunch at the Inverness is much better since it has been purchased by Hilton. Seafood was plentiful, and there was a live jazz ensemble playing. The live music was a nice touch. The price is reasonable for a buffet brunch, and the food is good. We will definitely go back.
We have been to this brunch many times and it is still amazing how very good it is. From the hostess to the wait staff to the wonderful chefs, this place has it all. The food is always good and I mean always, with seasonal delights and consistent standbys . Going to brunch here is a very pleasant experience from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave. We look forward to it every time!
We celebrated our mom's birthday here with brunch. The food was delicious, but the service was even better. The restaurant was very accommodating for my 18 month daughter. They went out of the way to provide food she could eat. The price is on the higher end for brunch, but the ambiance was great.
The Sunday Brunch is one of, if not the, best in Denver. We have been going there for special occasions and holidays for several years, and the change to Hilton has not changed the excellent cuisine or great service. The food variety is great, the food quality is very good, and the inventiveness along with standard favorites is one of the best attractions -- something on the buffet for everyone's pallet. Try this culinary feast once, and you will come back again and again.
The food was good but not as good as past experiences. The roast prime beef was way over cooked. The food needs to be hotter when being brought out. I took a helping of eggs benedict just as the server was bringing it out of the kitchen and it was barely warm. Need to have cocktail forks available for the crab legs. This trip was not really worth the price.
I have been going to this place for over 25 years. I love the food and ambiance . This visit the service was only fair. I had to keep asking the waitress to keep my water glass full and the cranberry juice was very watered down. The food was great. Most of the time this is a great place to have brunch!
Brunch at the Inverness is kind of an old standby. On the positive side, they have a huge array of choices, and so no one should leave hungry. They are also willing to take special orders - for instance their eggs benedict dish last Sunday contained shrimp, and I had really been looking forward to a traditional benedict. I asked the waitress and the kitchen quickly complied with my request. Nice !
On the negative side, I'd say that much of the food seemed under-seasoned. Perhaps they're trying to please everyone, but I found a few dishes that sounded delicious ended up being bland.
That atmosphere is still nice, the small jazz combo was accomplished and not intrusive, and the service staff is excellent. So even while I have absolutely no major complaints, I think next time I'm thinking of brunch, I'll look to find something with a little more edge, or a place that brings something a bit new and exciting to the standby meal......
Sorry for them, that they weren't busier, but it made for one of the best locations I've been to for a Business lunch.
And I really liked it, that the menu was only one page. Didn't have to keep flipping back and forth trying to decide what to have. Food quality was very good.
If ever need a location on the south-end of the city, I'll go back again.
Best brunch in town. This is my kid's very favorite restaurant - they are 4 and 5 years old. They call it "Frunch" because they can have as much French toast as they can eat. They also like the seafood, which they previously would not eat. But, if you can get it at Frunch, it must be good so they are willing to try.
It's a great place but our celebratory brunch was ruined by the children who were being allowed to scream at the top of their lungs and run around on the lower level of the room. The management should have had the guts to make it stop. It was bothering everyone except the family who was allowing it to happen
Went here for Father's day brunch. It had been highly rated by Open Table and they were spot on. Don't know how we haven't been here before. The brunch is by far the best one I have been to in the Denver area so far and very reasonably priced. Great service and will be back.
The brunch here is always excellent and beautifully presented. There is a very wide variety of food, and it is typically outstanding- there is something for everyone. The ambiance is lovely, though it would be enhanced by subtle music in the background. Our service was not ideal this time...the wrong tea was brought, empty water and mimosa glasses were not promptly filled, and plates were not taken quickly. I do highly recommend it, as you never know what might be happening in the life of the server to cause mediocre service.
I took my friend for Sunday Brunch to thank her for being a great friend. The food was delicious and there was an amazing choice. It reminded me a little of the buffets in Las Vegas but on a smaller scale and in a nicer environment. Personally, they had me at warm Nutella. There was live music but as it was played quietly in the background it was easy to have a conversation. Service was good, attentive but not overwhelming.
Family of 5 for Mother's Day 2017. Oysters, mussels and lobster dishes tasted fishy. Most food was lukewarm. Not too many dishes were out of the ordinary; typical brunch fare. For the amount of money paid, we should have gotten much better food for our dollar.
We always love coming here for special occasions like Easter or Mother's Day. The atmosphere is fantastic! 4 piece quartet playing while you eat and look out onto the beautiful golf course. The food was OK this year, not great. There was plenty of selection, but except for the breakfast bar and dessert bar (which were both fabulous) it wasn't that great this year. The sushi with tuna ran out quickly and was never replenished; the oysters were the worst we have ever had -- VERY bitter - uneatable; the crab claws were wonderful. It was the hot dish options that weren't very good. The prime rib wasn't that great; the pork was so much fat and really no meat; the puffed pastry with lobster looked great but seemed to be missing the lobster (or it was so tiny) that we missed it. The pastries seemed to be more industrial as they weren't quite room temperature.
Still we love the ambiance, the choices, and the setting. I guess it hard to get it all right when it's such a busy day.
Just work on the food quality and all will be excellent next year :)
We recently had the Garden Terrace brunch for Mother's Day and it was excellent. They accommodated my request for a table with a window view of the golf course which I strongly recommend. The brunch menu is quite expansive and most everything we tried was good. In particular, the seafood table is one of the most extravagant I've seen. Due to the holiday (I believe), the service was OK, but not nearly as attentive as you might expect for the price. There were lots of families, again probably because of the holiday, so there was a lot of hustle and bustle around us. But overall a very, very nice brunch!
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