Denim & Oak
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
Great food and even better service!
My wife and I have become regulars at this location. We enjoy everything (including the managment) of this establishment.
Was here for a birthday. Did not know this location was in a hotel. The waitress we had was excellent and we enjoyed our drinks and food.
Seating choices on the app were limited. We would have rather sat outside. They delivered the wrong meals and drinks to us and had multiple different servers, managers, and bar staff wait on us. They all were very nice and did a good job, but it was hard to understand who was taking care of us and who to ask for assistance when we got the wrong meals.
I Went to D&O for a nice outing with my lady, the restaurant was really accommodating. I asked for a chilled chardonnay to be at the table when i arrived and it was ready. The service here is more than exceptional. I would recommend this restaurant to any one.
I wanted this new offering to be so incredible. It was quite the opposite. So disappointed. The space is beautifully appointed. The lights are way too bright and detract from any ambiance. A beautiful setting on the river. Food review: Brussels sprouts were quite good and crisp in a chili infusion of some sort--9. Burnt ends were good, but not burnt ends--8. Charred carrots, good flavor and great sauce--8. Caesar salad, quite bland and uninspiring--5. Beet salad, presentation blah as was the flavor and out of goat cheese..really?--7. Tomato and onion salad, good flavor and a good helping of burrata, but just thrown in a clay bowl--8. Redfish was good, cajun risotto had a good flavor--8. Short rib pappardelle was neither-not short rib or pappardelle. It was fettuccine alfredo with some cubes of roast beef and some parmesan on top--5 at best. The maque choux was quite good--9. Service was dismal. Had to pour our own wine refills, even though the very pleasant server looked directly at out empty wine glasses. Train your servers betters Columbus. A couple of the specialty cocktails were like Kool-aid, sent them back and they did not charge for them, to their credit. Most sounded very sweet. It is VERY expensive for Columbus clientele. I am afraid they are going to have trouble sustaining those prices and the lackluster food once the novelty wears off. A bottle of Veuve Clicquot yellow label was $115. It is $95 at Chops in Atlanta. And this is not Chops, unfortunately. I sure hope they can get their act together, but I doubt I will visit for awhile. It could be such a great destination. The photographs of the mill/power plant and decor are very appealing.
The restaurant is in the lobby of the hotel, which was fine. The pricing for the food, to me, was high. It could have been priced much better. The staff were all good, the manager was working his butt off, helping clean off table, deliver food, something I haven't seen in FOREVER! Just the food was overpriced, and so-so on the taste.
Excellent food- New Resturant so their still working out the kinks with the service.
I had the catfish. It was 30.00 and “the side” was a teaspoon of curled vegetable topping. It was not particularly tasty. The space is beautiful and the staff friendly. My companions had a steak and were not wowed.
We intended to visit the roof top bar, but it was closed due to inclement weather. Not impressed with the food. I have eaten at two Indigo hotels in Atlanta and the food at both locations was good. Hopefully the Columbus location will improve.
We went for Valentines day. We were seated directly behind the servers station. I had the scallops and my partner had the steak we also had the brussels sprouts as an appetizer and a bottle of wine. Unfortunately we did not receive the same treatment as the tables around us. The scallops were also covered in obviously canned corn .The brussels sprouts were very good. The steak was less marbled than expected for the price and under seasoned... Others around us got an nice explanation of the menu ... a liquor list... We received neither. Even after purchasing a $70 bottle of wine. We ended up garbing our own salt and pepper shaker from the service stand due to lack of attention to our table. They could not locate a steak knife and we were told the butter knife "should do". The sommelier was excellent and an absolute joy. We are a younger mixed couple and I would hope that would have nothing to do with it but those around us defiantly were receiving a different type of service than our table. I will probably try it one more time. I'm hoping it was just the Valentines rush that caused us to be overlooked.
brussel sprouts were absolutely perfect. 10/10
If you like NY strip is fine. It had good flavor. The Brussels sprouts were very good. More steak selections would be better.
We went for a birthday celebration and I'm so glad you guys had just opened. The food was delicious with the right amount. The hotel is beautiful and decorated so nicely. I can't wait for the Eighteen85 Roof Top Bar to open. The views overlooking the Chattahoochee River was everything. Columbus finally has something I can look forward to enjoying when I want to let my hair down.
Kudos to the chef and wait staff for a delicious dinner on opening night. Looking forward to many return visits.
Denim & Oak offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (706) 780-7800.
Denim & Oak is rated 4.3 stars by 13 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.