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About Euclid Hall
Euclid Hall is the third restaurant from the team of Jennifer Jasinski and Beth Gruitch, owners of the award winning Rioja and Bistro Vendôme on Denver’s historic Larimer Square. Located in Euclid Hall, an 1883 building that once housed the venerable Soapy Smith's bar, this American tavern features high quality and innovative pub food from around the world including housemade sausages, poutines and schnitzels. An award-winning beer selection, wine on tap and creative cocktails drives the beverage program.
Denver, CO 80202-1703
International, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 4:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 12:00am, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 1:00am
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Our open kitchen allows our kitchen staff to provide constant entertainment.
Street parking available. Private lots nearby. Valet parking is available in front of Euclid Hall or in front of Rioja on Larimer Square.
Chef de Cuisine Jorel Pierce
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Delivery, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Takeout, View, Wine
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Just around the corner from her Larimer Square siblings, Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen has emerged as a leading private dining contender for a casual reception or creative dinner. The expansive upper level serves up to 100 for receptions and full restaurant buyouts are popular with social and corporate.
Euclid Hall Ratings and Reviews
Well, this place gets rave reviews, but....... The menu has a pretty limited number of options that don't have broad appeal. Several of our group struggled to find something they might eat, so read the menu online before you reserve -- it's not a representative sample, it's the whole menu. My bratwurst burger was just so-so, overdone and the pretzel roll got pretty soggy from the sauce, a mess to eat. A few liked the charcuterie assortment. The two who got the schnitzel sandwich liked it, but both experienced stomach problems during the ballet we attended immediately afterwards. Service was ok, not really very attentive, and questions about the menu received responses that badically reiterated what was printed, so not very helpful. Overall, not the experience we had been looking forward to.
Eclectic menu with good pub food. Enjoyed the cheesy spätzle and various sausages, but the chicken on the waffles was a bit dry. Others at our table had the bone marrow, several salads, and veggie side dish. Everyone enjoyed their food and said they would go back again.
Excellent service, especially with a group of 9 girls for a bachelorette party. The food was excellent as where the drinks. Our table was ready early and they confirmed our reservation a few times. I would highly recommend Euclid Hall and hope to return again!
The variety of food and drink will not disappoint! However, with our group of 10, it was a little noisy for conversation with the entire table. I was disappointed that mussels were no longer on the menu, but all the other items were delicious! Definitely will return when I am in Denver again.
After seeing the great reviews and needing a place close to the Pepsi Center, we snagged a dinner reservation. There were two families with kids ranging from 6 to 12. Upon arriving, we were a little uncertain with the menu, but our waiter did a fabulous job of explaining the items in familiar terms. We were all thrilled with our dinner, even the kids. The cubano was amazing!
After our reservation (for 10!) fell through at another Larimer Square restaurant, Euclid Hall was able to accommodate within just a few days. The food was delicious, especially the cheese curds on the app menu, and the ambiance was everything we were looking for. The service was also great. We will definitely come back again!
I was pretty disappointed in my visit to Euclid hall. This was my second time at this restaurant when visiting from out of town. I liked it so much as a destination before the game that I went back again this time. There were only 4 of the 8 of us there when we first arrived. Shortly after we sat down the server said "do you have any one coming? Orrrr?" We were all sitting on the booth side with four empty chairs across from us so it was obvious we had people coming. There was one two top in the room other then us, so I didn't really see the concern. When asking questions about the menu, the server seemed annoyed and bored. The food was good, the sausage platter was fantastic, but the escargot Philly was disappointing as well as the Ricky Ricardo sandwich. I have been in the restaurant business for 10 years and expect much more for that price point. My first experience brought me back again, but this experience will not make me stop there next time I'm in town!
I have to admit, I really didn't know what to expect from Euclid Hall, except for another eclectic offering from Crafted Concepts (Jennifer Jasinski and Beth Gruitch). I was not disappointed. The menu is akin to nothing I've ever seen. It definitely helps to be an omnivore, as the adventurous nature of the bill of fare is definitely outside the box. Everything from the deep fried cheddar curds (amazing) to hand cranked and stuffed lamb belly sausage (Vindaloo--mouth watering) to the Mussels "Michelada" was beyond comparison. Top it off with a White Chocolate Chip Blondie, topped with Bailey's Ice Cream and swimming in a Stout-based caramel sauce with candied pecans...perfection. The music is as eclectic as the menu, if a bit too loud for conversation (my only criticism). Overall, an exceptional dining experience.
Food was great. Went over Denver Restaurant Week which of course I never plan for. Their restaurant week menu was delicious though quite decadent with fatty meats, cheese, gravy. Still, portions were smaller for those items and that was a plus as we got to enjoy more variety and not overstuff ourselves. It was really noisy inside though it's hard to say what it's like there outside of restaurant week as it was our first time. I'll happy return, maybe on a weeknight with no huge sporting events on TV to see what it's like when it's quieter.
I was looking forward to restaurant week at Euclid Hall. They required a credit card for the reservation, which I thought was pretentious. They called a week before the reservation to confirm the reservation, as well as twice the day before. They made us wait almost 20 minutes after showing up at the exact time of our reservation, even though there were plenty of open tables. They didn't make a special menu for restaurant week, which was a first for me. I thought that was the whole point. The food was great...the cheese spaetzel being our favorite! The fries were great too! They had a decent beer selection, but nothing really mind blowing. It was a one time deal for me.
Went for restaurant week with a group of friends. We had a great time. Overall, it was a great value. For $60, you received 2 drinks (decent selection), 2 appetizers, 2 entrees and a shared desert. Despite how busy they were, our waiter was prompt, attentive and friendly. I never felt rushed. The portions were adequate and the food delicious. I would definitely go again.
Went there for the Restaurant Week dinner. Everyone was very pleasant, but when we asked if we could switch tables, because cold air was blowing on us, we were told no. They were too busy...even though two other tables, potentially away from the air, sat empty for another half-hour. Even though it was only 5:30 PM, they had already run out of the duck confit, which was my first choice. What we ordered was good, but not great; and the music was loud and obviously not for our generation. A much younger crowd would be more likely to enjoy it. Sorry to sound like a geezer, but we like what we like.
I have heard so many great comments for Euclid Hall over the past few years but much of the food did not live up to the hype. I viewed their menu online before making the reservation and I was quite excited about the unique flavors and ingredients listed. First course we had the "pork noodle carbonara", which was great and "sweetbreads with squash risotto", not so good. The risotto was both over cooked and lacked flavor to complement the dish. It neither tasted or appeared as though squash was present in the risotto, or salt, wine and stock for that matter. The big miss on this dish was one or two other components to add range and contrast of flavor. Classically sweetbreads would be paired with vinegar or gastric and/or something briny like capers or cornichon to cut the richness and brighten dish. All that was present was nicely cooked sweetbreads on a pile of flavorless mushy risotto and a few sunflower seeds for texture. Next course we had the escargot "Philly", which was nice and the "cured beef tongue" which was once again missing some fundamental charcuterie pairings like mustard and cornichon or anything similar to play the role. All that was on the board was thick and chewy slices of beef tongue, toast rounds and simple salad tossed in a mild vinaigrette. I am guessing the dressed salad was meant to play the contrasting role of pickle or dijon in the dish but to little avail. For entrees we had the "Ricky" cubano sandwich, which was one of the best I've had in and outside of south Florida and the sausage sampler platter. The sausages, short rib kielbasa, mortadella, boudin noir and lamb curry were all very tasty, unfortunately the unilateral cooking technique used lead to all sausages being charred to an undesirable crisp on one side. Another note would be the four accompanying mustards that were meant to be a range of sweet, spicy and coarseness did not differ enough to merit being presented as unique varieties of the same condiment.
I wanted a semi-casual place for our valentines day dinner. We did super fancy last year and specifically wanted to do something different this year. This place was perfect.
The wait staff was wonderful. Very helpful and friendly and sincerely seemed like they enjoyed what they do. Our server gave us one dish "on the house" just because we were talking about MAYBE wanting to try it and she wanted to make sure we did.
The food was great. Perfect for foodies. A very thoughtful take on Americana. The recommended approach to food is "collaboration." Partially tapas and partially small-plate entry. I just started to getting used to the tapas about 3 years ago and this place strikes what I think is a perfect balance between a tapas, family style and entree approach.
I highly recommend the brat burger, duck poutine (essentially duck fries) and banana split.
Family was in town for the weekend. Stopped in before heading to the airport.
Food was creative and delicious (the frozen duck! common now!)
We ordered a ton of food to share for the table, everything came out of the kitchen quickly & the staff were extremely attentive to our rowdy/ hungry/ thirsty bunch.
Our server Nick, was friendly & knowledgeable!!! (Thanks Nick!)
We will return! :-)
Service was great from the time we walked in (great hostess) to the time we walked out. Went here with foodie friends from out of town and everyone LOVED it. The food had a great uniqueness to some fabulous classics. The food tasted great and wasn't too pricey. Additionally the drinks were creative, whimsical and delicious.
We had a lovely meal here prior to a basketball game...very reasonable walk to the Pepsi Center and a great view from the upstairs dining room. Though the menu is not particularly friendly to vegetarians our waitress was amazingly helpful to a member of our party who is vegetarian. The burger on a pretzel bun - fab.....the brussel sprout salad - lovely, great presentation. I will be back.
Unfortunately, dinners with large groups can be tricky. The server we had was quite nice and the environment was festive, but the food was disappointing. Unfortunately, it was overcooked, then it was undercooked, and then side dishes were cold by the time the main entrée finally made it. The restaurant comped many of the meals, but it would have been nice to have everything delivered as ordered in timely fashion so that everyone wasn't staggered. While a nice environment it must have been a very off night for the kitchen staff.
Every experience I've had at Euclid Hall has been great. Their appetizers are fantastic, and their entrees are too. For the first time, we had desert, and it was outstanding. A great place to go for a group outing or a romantic dinner. One of the best restaurants in Denver!
We read many good reviews on this place, and we were not disappointed. Their menu is best described as New American food. I had the Chicken & Waffle, where their chicken is a schnitzel. It was tasty, but the portions are not big. The server was nice and accommodating...my friend had the Steak and Doughnut, but the steakwas not cooked to his liking. My friend wanted something else instead, and the server was so great in helping us.
We drove 30 minutes to the restaurant and unfortunately it was not worth it. The food is weird, bland, greasy and small. Beer list is fair, but 3 times what you would pay at the store. Too loud, too dark, too crowded. Good spot if you have a fat wallet and want to meet a few friends for a drink. Bad as a destination spot for families or large groups.
We had a large group and had to add to our reservation. Despite this being an incredibly busy night, the staff accommodated us, which was greatly appreciated. It can be so difficult when it comes to large groups when splitting the bill, but this might be the easiest process with a large group I have ever had. Now to the food - I wanted to try everything on the menu and because we had 12 people, I pretty much was able to...and everything was delicious. My only regret is that I didn't have enough room to try dessert. And did I mention that it was so affordable? I highly recommend and would come back any time I am in Denver!
The pros outweigh the cons. Food was good, menu had interesting items, and everything was seasoned well. The drink menu has a lot of options. The only con to the whole place is the noise level. Something about the acoustics or something. It was just.... Loud.
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