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About Meritage at the Omni Interlocken Resort
The word Meritage was originally coined as an American expression of excellence – a term that combines "Merit" and "Heritage" in a definition of the finest blended American wines. Meritage, the restaurant, stands as a perfect symbol of a commitment to excellence. With its floor-to-ceiling windows framing Long's Peak and the Flatirons, Meritage offers American cuisine.
Broomfield, CO 80021
American, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday Breakfast 6:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Monday through Friday Lunch 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday Breakfast 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sunday Breakfast 7:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Sunday Brunch 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Dinner Daily 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet or free self parking
Interlocken & Eldorado
Beer, Cocktails, Fireplace, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Join us Thanksgiving Day for our holiday buffet from 11 am to 6 pm. Meritage will be featuring the buffet only during the aforementioned time frame and will not be open for breakfast or dinner service.
Meritage at the Omni Interlocken Resort Ratings and Reviews
Service was having an "off night." They did the right thing by topping off my wife's bowl of green chili with some shredded cheddar, pico de gallo and sour cream but there was only one problem — it was French onion soup underneath. By the time, they brought out her green chili, she had lost her appetite. Food was good.
I am an Omni Golf Club member. Even with the 50% member discount for food and Wine-Down Wednesday 50% discount for wine, I found the prices high. $40 for 4 lamb chops, half-cooked risotto and 3 carrots was a lot to pay. $48 for a bottle of King Estate pinot that allegedly was 1/2 price is ridiculous given that a retail price of $25 at the local liquor store. Even with the discounts, I do not see good value here and I will not be back until things change.
I thought the place was great as well as the food. Staff was friendly but the service was slow and the restaurant wasn’t very busy for that to be acceptable. Food was amazing. The desserts were kind of plain and were unlabeled properly considering I have a peanut allergy. The dish I ordered of course contained mashed pecans. Overall I would go back to the restaurant for another special occasion
We went there with some old friends we see infrequently for a catch up dinner. A most enjoyable evening. The food was excellent if a little on the expensive side (try the bacon wrapped jumbo shrimp), we had some just brilliant Argentinian Mendoza Malbec that was on special offer and the service provided by Cynthia was discreet and professional. We sat by a roaring fIre on a cold Denver night and finished with a NY cheesecake and apple cobbler which everyone shared. Highly recommend.
My salmon with perfect. It came with vegetables and mashed potatoes. The other people were jealous because there fish came with less. I think the restaurant wants you to add lots of side dishes. The flan was a disappointment. The orange creme brulee was great!
We made a Special trip for the Sunday brunch buffet as we had company in town. We thought the $35 price tag was expensive but figured this buffet must be amazing & we needed to check it out. They were not that busy, and we were with a party of eight. The food was just OK. Basic breakfast stuff, omelette bar, a few savory items. The pastries were delicious the croissant was very soft and flaky and they had fun toppings for bread and bagels. The prime rib was a bit tough and fatty. The worst part was the service, and we had read a bunch of reviews that said service was bad and we were just hoping for a better experience. Our waitress never came and checked on us, never cleared the dirty plates quickly until they started piling up. We always had to find her and wave her down for drink refills. So the biggest bummer is that they applied a 20% gratuity to all of our checks since we were with a party of eight or more. I understand that we were a party of eight, but this was a buffet, and we all served ourselves! 20% means exceptional service and we definitely did not receive that so I would not recommend this breakfast buffet to anyone especially a party of eight or more. Go to Snooze or Syrup and save your money!
Stayed at the hotel for a birthday staycation. Made reservations for 7pm at the Meritage restaurant on September 23rd. Joshua, a server at the Meritage restaurant went above and beyond to make sure our dinner was a great experience. He was attentive, kind, and extremely understanding. Important to note- he did not know it was my birthday as we did not tell him. Thank you Joshua!
The food was horrible and terribly over priced. I ordered the spinach mushroom lasagna (for $38) and the noodles on the bottom were over cooked to the point that they were gummy and the the top layer of cheese and mushroom were rock hard and inedible. I sent it back. The waitress was very good and kind. She comped my meal and expedited out a shrimp linguine. I could at least eat this, however it was not very good. The noodles, this time, were undercooked and the flavor wasn't great. I'm baffled how this place is able to stay in business, especially with the prices they charge. Definitely not upscale dining.
We came at 1130 this last Saturday with a reservation through opentable that the hostess couldn't find.
Even though the restaurant was empty, we waited for long periods of time between server visits. There were 5 of us, only 2 of us ordered juice and both were wrong (I ordered grapefruit, got grape. My daughter ordered lemonade and got apple juice). When I finally got the right juice ot was warm super sweet red grapefruit juice. Not fresh squeezed or even high quality. I was told by the server that they had gluten free bagels and my breakfast was brought on top of gluten free bread.
The server offered no explanation nor apology.
It was my 9 year olds birthday and I was horribly disappointed that we spent our money and time there.
We spent $90 without alcohol and it was the worst.
We could've spent $20 at McDonalds and it would've been better. Atleast the service would've been.
NEVER going back
Three of four meals were not good. Two fish meals were overlooked and one meal was tasteless. One guest only ate a few bites. She took the rest home to "make it better". The menu was new and limited. Our guests said they would not go to the restaurant again.
Good food. Grade A-.
Wine list very pricey where some items are marked up 300% to 400% of liquor store pricing. My pet peeve is restaurants who attempt to jam their customers on excessive wine pricing. Grade C-.
Requested patio for dining due to great mountain view. Their patio has become run down as it has a huge smoker trailer on the patio and there was grease and debris around the trailer and patio. Patio needs to be power washed and debris cleaned up. This is not something I would except for a 4 star+ hotel. Grade D-.
Service. Unprepared for our reservation. Wait person who greeted me did not understand I had an Open Table reservation. Had to request manager to get seated and acknowledge reservation. Waiter was good and attentive server. Grade B-.
Restrooms were clean but some trash on floors. Grade B.
Overall Grade C.
Please note that I consult to the country club industry and feel that I have a very good idea of what an "A" rated restaurant should be.
Our family met for Fathers Day Brunch. A beautiful morning so they even had patio seating open for some. Our party was actually 5 people, so we were seated at a round table at the end of the large dining room by the fireplace. The A/C was working overtime, since they had the doors to the outside patio open, so our end of the dining room was cold when we arrived. The dining manager worked to accommodate us and turned on that fireplace. Soon it all was comfortable. We loved the food choices, both for breakfast and midday dinner dishes. There was a BBQ smoker outside as well, serving up rib roast, brisket, and ribs. Our server was very attentive to our requests. We had a great time, opening gifts and eating. We have been to Meritage many times over several years. It is always a favorite.
This review is for Sunday Brunch. Although the price was reasonable for a Sunday Brunch Buffet in the Denver Metro Area, the food quality was average. The $10 savings in price was not worth the decline in taste. Similar quality to that of IHOP, Denny's, etc. The "eggs to order" station was the only saving grace. The rest of the options tasted like Costo pre-packaged foods reheated and served. The bottomless mimosas were nice. The wait staff was wonderful. I just wish the food would have been better.
Once again the Meritage was Wonderful … they never let us down! Everything is So Good; the food, the service, the atmosphere – it’s all delightfully delicious! The only thing I could think of to request for our next visit perhaps is that they have an all-natural, no sugar, no cal sweetener like Stevia or Monk Fruit. Besides that, I can’t ask for more; the Meritage at the Omni is top shelf.
I've taken my work team here many, many times and we've always had a good experience but this past experience was horrendous. The food was far from good and the service experience was even worse. And there were only two other tables that were occupied. So no excuse on the service or food. I will never subject my team to this restaurant again.
We have frequented the Meritage for Sunday Brunch and for dinner over the years. Recently, we have been unable to do so. Last week, February 12th we again visited for the Sunday brunch and were disappointed. The selection of food was not as varied, or in our opinion of as high a quality as we had previously experienced at the Meritage. We noted that the crowd was also substantially smaller than normal.
We asked about our favorite, very long time at the Meritage, server and was told he was no longer with the Meritage. We inquired about two of the very active Meritage managers and got the same answer. We noted that we did not recognize any of the folks working on the floor. We inquired if there had been a management change and were told that there was a temporary manager.
Not wanting to walk away based on a one time sample, we returned for the Sunday Brunch the following week, February 19. The chafing dish selections were a bit better. However, when my wife requested our server bring her eggs benedict (the omlet station was not prepared to do poached eggs and certainly not eggs benedict) the server said she would check with her manager. NOTE: Previously, over the years, a request such as this was cheerfully fulfilled as part of the Sunday brunch. Our server returned and informed us that the Meritage no longer filled such requests as part of the brunch. If you took the brunch (non-holiday about $35/person plus tax and tip, around $45 or up on holidays) you couldn't get anything but omlets and fried eggs, no poached and certainly no eggs benedict.
The change in in food quality/selection (even the grapefruit juice was different, canned yellow rather than fresh ruby red), coupled with the change in policy to limit the selections and not offer the high quality service expected in a place like the Meritage and paid for whether or not received won't bring us back.
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