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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
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.
Our server was great and very attentive. Only complaint is that we still had a decent wait even though we had a reservation. The Kermit cakes and Chips and Dip are a must try. Even are very picky friends who were against them loved them. The Roast Duck special was awesome. The Poutines are ok but a little one note and flat.
This place packages a great experience from beginning to end. It starts with a reasonable valet at the front door fro less than you can otherwise park in the area. They run their happy hour seven nights a week. We were there on a very busy night that was very loud. There was a hockey game, although it wasn't much quieter after the hockey fans were replace with more people.
We were seated at a great table in front of a window in this beautiful historic building. The excellent servers were very friendly and helpful. Check out the menu online. It's nothing like I'd ever seen. I started with the Kermit Kakes, moved on to the steak (tender and cooked perfectly) and donut, then finished with shared deserts of the smores and the blondie. Can't go wrong either way.
Thanks for a wonderful night!
They have what you're looking for if you're interested in good food, great drinks and interesting stuff to look at while eating. It's the definition of hip and that means it's on the way to death. Get there before your mother checks in on facebook and LOL's at your dads order.
We sat upstairs in a corner booth by the window. The server was excellent, friendly, attentive. The space is extremely loud. I particularly wanted a busy, happy place, with some noise, but this really was too much. It seems as though they are trying to cover up the overly-loud atmosphere with even louder music. But it made conversation really difficult even later when the crowds had died down.
Had fun and enjoyed the food. The Pig Ear app was delicious as was the Chips and Dip. The Ramen was a bit salty for my liking, but the wife enjoyed it. Great beer menu and the staff was very attentive and friendly. Looking forward to trying it again. Many things on the menu we want to try, so we will be going again.
In Denver for a conference, several colleagues found this place before us and recommended it. The food was some of the most inspired and imaginative I've ever experienced. A good beer and wine list to accompany it. My only complaint was that the music was just contemporary pop stuff, and played much too loudly to enjoy conversation. This is a foodie's slice of heaven.
I've had culinary friends tell me about Euclid Hall for years and I finally got a chance to partake and it was everything that they told me about. The food is absolutely cooked to perfection with varied menu offerings with some items of which I had not heard and twists of some more well known dishes. The space has a lot of activity going on but our party was still able to have some conversation but of course when the food came we were all quiet. The only thing I can say bad about the place is that on occation our waiter was MIA but other than that everything else was great. I'll definitely be back.
Was so excited to try Euclid Hall as it came highly recommended and reviews on open table & yelp were great. We are pretty adventurous when it comes to food, so the menu looked interesting. Unfortunately the sausage sampler and carnitas poutine were not as good as we hoped they would be.
I suppose some people are impressed by the noise trend going on in the restaurant industry. But, not our party. We had 10 people, and for 2.5 hours we had to yell to hear each other over the the other patrons and the loud music. Many time I couldn't hear the waiter who was standing next to me.
The space is beautiful, and the food was ok, but it was all stamped out by the noise. Won't be going back.
Here is my list of complaints:
They say us by the door on the coldest day of the year and would accommodate our request to move.
Then server was M.I.A. for large chunks of time, coming around every 10 mins or so ( it wasn't even that busy).
Then when she came to take our order she forgot to put in one of the meals so we had to wait for that to get made and sent to the table. My guest waited 45 for his food, which in turn pushed our plans for the evening back.
When the food finally did come out, the mussels were undercooked. Three people in my party ordered them and had to send them back. As the waitress was taking back one of the mussels I informed her that all three orders needed to be sent back (fearing that this was my only opportuny to tell her, since she goes on these 10 min hiatuses). In her snappy tone she responded " I only have one hand". Which shocked me for two reasons 1) her tone 2) she actually had the capability to carry more than one back because she carried more than one out to the table to begin with!!!
Needless to say, no one in my party of 7 are coming back.
My family and I enjoyed celebrating my birthday at Euclid Hall. I had previously dined here and knew I was going to have a very good dining experience. Our waiter was helpful, knowledgeable and attentive. Everyone enjoyed their choices, many recommended by our waiter. He picked out a wonderful complimentary birthday dessert which I appreciated. Look forward to returning here.
Although the food was great, I couldn't hear what my party was saying because it was so loud. Other tables around us were screaming at each other just to be heard. I would definitely not suggest for a group setting if you are looking to chat. The service was good and the waitress was very helpful with suggesting items and drinks. The resturant week deal was a bust, it ended up being cheaper to order a la carte.
As part of the Summer Restaurant Week, we decided to go to Euclid Hall. At the time we made the reservation, the menu was "coming soon". On the day of our reservation, when I checked the website, the menu was still "coming soon". Once we sat down with the menu, the menu was basically the regular menu without prices. Some of the items had up charges next to them like +3 or +6 so you had to pay an additional amount if you wanted the asparagus salad or the pork chop. In the end, we ended up just ordering off the regular menu and spent less $. Nothing like our other restaurant week dinning experiences.
This is the second time I've eaten at Euclid Hall, and it most definitely won't be the last. The food is amazing-really playful and interesting flavors. My only complaint is something we experienced both times: we were told by the hostess that we could have a table but "needed to be finished by X:XX." I understood when we were just walking in on a Saturday evening around 5:30, but I was really put off by the comment on our second visit when I took the time to reserve a table for four. I hope management considers doing some research on their average dining times so they can plan reservations accordingly, and this awkward exchange can be cut out of an otherwise excellent dining experience.
I had a group of 10 people so this was excellent place. Amazing food. The poutines...yummy! The pork schnitzel...delic. And omg the s'mores dessert. Unbelievable. Dream worthy.
The server was too quiet and stood in one spot, but who aces...he understood us and we ate and ate.
Really great. Go there!
Had a business lunch here and was given a great spot away from the majority of tables, however, the music was blasting far too loud to facilitate a quiet business discussion - we ended up having to almost yell at each other to be heard. Asked wait staff at least three times to decrease the volume but it never occurred! Made the experience frustrating and less than enjoyable. Probably won't go back for a business lunch anytime soon. Don't understand why restaurants think they have to fill a space with obnoxiously loud music!
Open Table should also change it's noise categories from quiet - moderate - energetic - do not recall to reflect a choice that indicates just TOO noisy!
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