Marlowe’s is an up-scale historic saloon and chophouse with ample resources to help you host your next private or semi-private event. We have experience with many types of events from wedding receptions and after-work happy hours to 200+ person buy-outs.View Private Dining Details
Nice setting with windows and dark woods, good location, fairly good service. Thankfully, they were able to seat us near a window without notice. The Butcher Special Steak was tasty but thin and the cheesecake was not New York cakey, too creamy. We split the entre, had a $37 bottle of wine and it was still $125 before tip.
They need to bring back some of their menu items. Great for happy hour as well.
Came here after a busy day meeting business friends for dinner. The retaurant has lovely dark wood, very warm and friendly. Service was great. Everyone had a great meal.
Good food, not many options for healthy eating. Our waiter was not friendly, just seemed put upon. The waiter at the next table was so kind and attentive I wish we sat there
Great staff. Attentive and the food was yummy. We ordered muscles and they were to die for
Group of 9. From the specials of the night two ordered the seafood curry dish - They were a bit disappointed as it was lacking in being full flavored. I ordered the surf and turf stirfry and it was absolutely amazing. Others ordered the muscles appetizer and they were happy with it as a full dish. The steak salad looked and tasted amazing. The calamari appetizer and a brussels sprout appetizer were both very good. Good food for a good price.
Excellent food and service. Convenient parking nearby (Denver Pavilions parking garage). It's a roomy place, too, so you don't feel crowded or hurried.
We had a business dinner here and while the food was good, the service was terribly slow. The steak salad included two tiny medallions and cost $20. It was tasty and steak was cooked to my liking, but seems quite pricey. It would be tough to get me back to this place with all the other options on 16th St.
very courteous staff. Great Ahi tuna salad! Nice and fresh
Great spot in downtown Denver! I had the chili rubbed Wagyu sirloin and my wife had the char grilled Scottish salmon. Both were fantastic! Our server appeared to be a little overworked in her section but did a fine job. The atmosphere was classy and we were treated to a small table by the windows next the the 16th Street Mall that made for some great people watching. A wonderful meal in a beautiful restaurant.
We had an amazing evening with great food and our service the best we have had in Denver
It had been a long time since my husband and I had gone out for a date night. Jordan was our waiter and we really enjoyed him!
Great food and service! Especially because they were the only ones with an affordable steak for New Year's. Great ambiance! Will be back again.
Wonderful meal on New Years Eve! Service was great....all parts of the meal were fantastic.
Delicious food. Comfortable seating. You get a quality meal for the price you pay.
Steak was overpriced and not impressed at all, especially with the service
Wonderful NewYears Eve dinner. Everything was perfect.
Visiting from out of town and stumbled across Marlowe’s on open table. So glad we did! Hands down best brunch! We got the medallion steak and eggs. So tasty! Steak melted in your mouth. Also, a side of breakfast sausage. This was our server’s recommendation. This was unlike any breakfast sausage we’ve ever had, I think he said from a buffalo? He recommended it over a side of bacon which who on earth does that? Well now we know. Incredibly tasty. We also had a build your own bloody which was good! Great last morning brunch experience thanks to Marlowe’s and the awesome service. I feel horrible I can’t recall our servers name because he was awesome and deserves a shout out but must of been the foodgasmic coma blanking my memory.
We've dined at Marlowe's many times, this evening was lovely. Food was wonderful, service was just a bit slow on the 2nd round of drinks, but overall excellent.
Service and food wasn’t worth it. Go to Earl’s so much better