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About Gabriel's Restaurant
Gabriel's Restaurant features elegant Italian fine dining in the quaint town of Sedalia. Our restaurant is housed in the Victorian Manhart home which was built at the turn of the 1900's and converted into Gabriel's in 1985.
Matthew and Jan, owners, have been serving the greater Denver area for over 20 years. Gabriel's specializes in three-course dining so you won't just get an entree. Your evening will begin with an appetizer, followed by soup or salad, then the entree of your choice. Our pricing ranges from $28 to $51 for all three courses.
The extensive wine list offers a huge variety to compliment any dinner. We are conveniently located between Denver and Colorado Springs, just 20 minutes from the Tech Center and 30 from Denver.
Gabriel's is perfect for all occasions. Indulge yourself and experience the ultimate in elegant fine dining.
Dine on Wednesdays and enjoy 1/2 price on any bottle of wine, including cellar selections.
Sedalia, CO 80135
Italian, European, American
Hours of Operation:
Wednesday - Sunday: Dinner service begins at 5:00pm.
Wednesday-Sunday: Tuscan Bar Happy Hour 4pm-6pm.
Hwy 85 and Hwy 67
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
During the warm season, we have live music on our patio on Friday nights starting May 1st, Sunday nights starting May 24th.
There is a very large private paved parking lot, handicap accessible, at the southeast entrance of the restaurant, accessible via Plum Avenue.
You may pull into the round-about to drop off guests and there will be no stairs into the restaurant from that point.
Handicap parking is at the southeast side of Gabriel's, by the round-about.
We also have street parking out front and on the side of Gabriel's.
From the street side there are stairs into the restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
While we are perfect for a romantic night out Gabriel's also has fantastic accommodations for weddings, either indoors or outdoors in Gabriel's Flower Garden, holiday parties, business functions or just about any special event you have on your calendar.
Our Victorian 1900's home hosts several smaller rooms to suit private dining rooms for 8 to 40, and our larger, beautifully appointed Milano room accommodates up to 100 guests.
We are well known for our service of four course dining to all parties, no matter the size.
The price for the four-course dinner ranges from $35 per person to $65 per person, not including tax or gratuity.
Gabriel's takes great pride in the impeccable service we give to all our guests and to the large parties hosted.
Private Party Contact:
Jenny Deasy: (303) 688-2323
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Wine Wednesdays- 50% off All Bottles of Wine, including Gabriel's Cellar Selections.
We have live music on our patio beginning May 1st!
We open at 12:00 noon for Easter, Mother's Day and Thanksgiving.
On New Year's Eve we have a late night party package starting at 8:30 through midnight. Five-course dinner includes a bottle of wine per couple, champagne at midnight, dancing and party favors!
Gabriel's Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
As always, we had a marvelous dinner at Gabriel's. We took our 99 year old mother for a wonderful birthday celebration. Gabriel's was perfectly accommodating and we had an outstanding experience. The only issue we had was that our steaks were overcooked. Nevertheless, Gabriel's immediately corrected the situation with new steaks. We always consider Gabriel's for special occasions.
This visit was a gift from two of our kids who were in town for our Anniversary. We had a great meal and great time with good food, wine and conversation. We believe it is their attention to detail and warm hospitality and of course great food options that keep us coming back for over two decades.
We celebrated my father's 89th birthday. Rick our waiter and Cat his assistant took good care of us. Everyone in the group said their food was excellent. Between us, we had the prime rib special, veal, halibut and salmon. They were responsive to dietary restrictions for two in the party.
The last few times I’ve been, all for special occasions, I’ve been very disappointed with the food. I would like to see more ‘regular’ food on the menu. I don’t eat fish, lamb or organ meats, so my choices are limited. Most of the people I take enjoy the selection of unusual foods, but I don’t. Once I ordered a lobster tail. I love lobster tail. It looked like it exploded. It was so tough and rubbery I couldn’t eat it. My sister-in-laws was exactly the same and she only took a couple bites and pushed it aside. Yuk. And for so much money, I would expect the food to be cooked properly. I’m going to have to find a new restaurant for special occasions, or any occasion for that matter.
Generally we have really enjoyed the restaurant and the service is always superlative however my meal and my husbands was less than great.
It was the mains that really failed and we should have sent both back. However because it was New Year’s Eve I figured they were under pressure to deliver with being so booked.
His filet was overdone and tough fairly impossible to eat and my duck was sopping wet with icky skin.
Should have been crispy with orange sauce.
We took friends who had never been there before and I think they were satisfied.
We will be back but more selective and picky about how our meal should taste.
I rarely leave a less than stellar review or say nothing if not happy but we really enjoy Gabriel’s and hope they take this the right way...
My previous filet was so incredible that the one my husband had was truly a disappointment.
My wife and I had passed this by for years thinking that three courses required was going to cost us way too much. What a mistake. The food was great and we didn’t pay any more than we did at lesser restaurants. You can actually speak to and hear the person you are with. Highly recommend.
This was our annual Christmas visit even though we eat there other times mainly for special occasions. At Christmas, understandably, they have a smaller menu but still great. My special dish which is the Filet Mignon was done as a Filet Oscar which I had them leave the sauce on the side which is OK. I prefer the merlot sauce but not a big deal just a preference. All in all is was a good Christmas Eve outing and we will continue to do so in the future as a family tradition.
Let me start by saying, I have wanted to go to Gabriel's since I moved to Colorado in '79. I always heard how beautiful the restaurant is, and how the food and service are amazing. So I was thrilled when my new husband suggested we go there to celebrate our marriage.
Now I can say the restaurant is indeed beautiful, the service is first rate - but the food, with the exception of the cream of asparagus soup, was such a major disappointment. Truly. The lobster ravioli was too 'al dente' ( and I am from Brooklyn) and the filling was tasteless, the salad had hardly anything green in it, and red pepper does not belong in a Caesar salad. In fact, almost everything on the menu included red bell pepper and asparagus! Hardly appropriate. The Osso Buco was awful - bland, gelatinous, hardly any flavor, almost tasted like very old pot roast. On top of it all, I became quite ill after tasting the entree and had to leave rather abruptly.
Since Gabriel's is such a long distance from our home, we will not make the effort to visit again.
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