Gattara at Warwick Denver Hotel
Executive Chef Thomas Newsted leads an inventive and community-focused team, dedicated to fresh food with will satiate any palate. Gattara’s cuisine features traditional Italian flavors combined with delicious, local ingredients. Enjoy our creative Napolitano-style, house-made pizzas, cooked in front of you in our copper oven in as little as 90 seconds. An expansive cocktail menu showcases Italian-influenced cocktails with feline-inspired names. Relax al fresco on our shady patio, or dine in our playfully mod interior. Gattara is now open for business and is purring with excitement
Happy Hour Mon-Fri 4pm-7pm
Enjoy $5 well drinks, house wines, and draft beers along with $6 signature cocktails and select $10 pizzas
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Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: October 31, 2019
Ends: November 1, 2118
Availability: Mon-Fri 4:00PM-7:00PM
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Sun 11:00AM - 2:00PM 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Mon - Fri 5:00PM - 7:00PM 8:30PM - 9:30PM
Sat 11:00AM - 2:00PM 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Very nice server, went out of his way. The food was very good, all parts well done. But it was expensive for breakfast.....
Beautiful space! We loved our meatball appetizer, it was outstanding. Only complaint is that we ordered the chicken entree (for him) and a pizza (for me); there was a huge gap between the two. Our server informed us that the pizza would come out slightly ahead of time, but I wasn’t expecting a 10+ minute gap. It was awkward as I wanted to wait for my guest before I ate, but I also didn’t want my pizza to be room temp/cold before I could enjoy it. There IS a way to properly time food to get to the table at the same time. If this establishment can’t accomplish that, then their future may be questionable.
This was a disappointing meal, mostly due to poor timing and service. While our waitress was cordial enough, the appetizer, entree and dessert courses each came out to members of our party at different times so no one could eat at the same time. Our waitress also seemed inexperienced and we had to ask her a few times for different things such as water and clearing the table.
The food itself was ok but nothing was amazing. The bruschetta was stone cold; the asparagus was flavorless. The butter lettuce salad had skimpy ingredients and the dressing lacked enough vinegar. Entrees fares better: the salmon and chicken entrees were well-prepared. My husband had the pizza; he liked it but didn’t find it unique in any way. There are no stand-alone pasta dishes, which was surprising.
The atmosphere had some charm with the cat decor, but the light wood and a few cute cat ceramics on the shelves didn’t quite mesh with the black cat theme. The bar seemed a bit more cohesive with its darker ambiance.
I’m hoping the kitchen ups its timing and staff settles in, which would improve the entire experience. A little edginess to the ambiance would enhance the experience as well - especially for Uptown, which has some great, funky restaurants and bars.
We had pizza and meatballs. They were sooo good. Coffee cakes were so so. There wasn’t any taste of coffee and the the cake wasn’t soft. The orange peels might’ve overpowered the taste of coffee. Service was super. We had a great time. We stayed 3 nights at the Warwick hotel and we will be back.
I reserved (through OpenTable) for a $58/person Christmas dinner and what I got was a grossly overpriced $38/person glorified hotel breakfast. I made an advance reservation to ensure a decent table but was shown instead to a table at the kitchen door; after refusing that table, the confused hostess took 10 minutes to figure out an alternative in the half-filled restaurant, and the manager seemed much more interested in keeping his young friends happy. The carver/bartender paid more attention to his personal cell calls than the line of customers waiting for slices of ham. Food lowlights: individually packaged yoghurt; do-it-yourself toast; two fingers of fruit smoothies; inedible shrimp cocktail sauce; no vegetables in sight; painfully slow to refill items; a sad cheese plate. We won't be back.
We stayed 3 nights at the Warwick hotel. We had brunch buffet on Christmas day. It was great!! The only problem we had was that the blonde hair lady tried to get rid of the table at the worst spot when there were 2 other empty tables available but I insisted on one of the other two that was avail. Every one else who work there was super. Food was delicious. We also had a regular breakfast on the 24th and brunch on the 26th. Pizza and meatballs were exceptional!!! I don’t think I like their coffee cake. The orange peel kind of overpowered the taste of coffee cake.
Just want to check it out as it is a local. Pizza was great so was the entrée. Ambience was really nice and fit for about any occasion. Cameron was our server and all five stars.
It was quiet for a Friday night but it could’ve been because of the holiday week. The food was very good and the portions were great. It was a little pricier than I was expecting but buying all three courses of dinner with a couple of drinks for each of us, it’s not surprising. We really enjoyed the cat theme of the restaurant. We will definitely be visiting again!
The pizza and short ribs were fantastic. We will try again to have more things on the menu.
Gattara is the newly unveiled, renovated restaurant in the Warwick Hotel, and the concept is completely different from the previous dining. I invited a guest for her birthday, and we had prompt service and helpful wait staff. Their pizzas are creative and interesting blend of flavors and baked in a fire oven to perfection. I truly enjoyed my panzenella salad, rich with flavors. Nice dessert options.
Great new restaurant! The food was delicious and the staff was wonderful, I can't wait to go back!
We had just traveled 16 hours in the car and were absolutely starving! Service was prompt when it came to taking our order but fizzled out the rest of our brunch. Our server also had just smoked and came back inside to ask us how everything was tasting... and that personally ruined it for me, he smelt like an ash tray. Food was great, only complaint is that our side of french toast came out 10 minuets before our entrees did.
maybe was an off day due to it being so slow. regardless nothing to ruin our day :)
Service was incredibly slow even though the restaurant was completely empty and maybe had 6 tables filled.
Server was awkward and unsure. Clearly had little experience but it did make us uncomfortable through the dinner. The key to the wine closet was lost and they did not tell us for a while so we waited for our bottle for a long time.
Food was terrible, pizza dough was undercooked and too thick, had no flavor. Toppings were great so if they can figure out how to fix the dough it’d be good.
This restaurant has potential but they have a lot to improve upon.
Went for brunch around noon. Was completely dead. Service was kind of weird, just felt super forced. I was a server for a long time, so i get that brunch isn’t the best to work. Did the brunch buffet and didn’t get the bottomless mimosas but still got charged $33 even though it should have been $25 each. Buffet was decent enough, but sausages were offensively flavored. Everything else was good enough. Left underwhelmed.
Dinner was OK at Gattara, limited menu, desserts not awesome.
Great service, great ambiance. Chocolate dessert terrible, entrees:l, inconsistent.
For a thanksgiving holiday meal, it was a complete letdown. We were seated at a table at 3pm and were told they were serving a Thanksgiving buffet from 11-3pm, then the full menu at 5pm. My wife and I have both worked in the service industry, so our first question when our server told us this was if we were keeping him past his shift and if the buffet was ending within a certain timeframe. The server stated that they had multiple reservations for 3pm and there were no time limitations prior to the 5pm full menu service.
However, at 3:33pm the server returned and let us know that the buffet would be wrapping up and to grab any last items. The servers seemed more concerned with doing their sidework to get ready for the dinner shift than the existing customer's experience. The table next to us was so upset about being rushed through their Thanksgiving meal of the "buffet scraps" as they called it, they voiced their dissatisfaction and got their entire meal comped.
Overall we were very disappointed with the experience and will be hard-pressed to return to try the regular menu.
The section where our table was located was clearly in the breakfast area for the hotel and was extremely bright. The appetizers were pretty good but I felt like the pizza should’ve been better. The crust was really good but the rest was underwhelming. Overall good, but nothing special.
Bibb lettuce salad was excellent, the service staff was very good, flatbread pizza was more bread than topping. Half of the pizza was large dough bubbles missing the cheese and had dried out sauce...the other half of the Marguerita pizza, which I was able to eat, was good. I told the waitress of my dissatisfaction with the pizza and was offered a dessert which I declined. The waitress said she would speak to the manager about the issue. I was given a minimal 10% off my bill.
We were the only table in the restaurant and we had all ordered bottomless mimosas, yet we could see the bottom of our glasses constantly. And when they were full, they were almost entirely orange juice. Speaking of full mimosas, the waiter dropped one down my back.
The buffet was mediocre, the sausage and bacon floppy and greasy, everything had been sitting out for hours and wasn’t fresh. A few people at the table got pizza and it looked good.
What a wonderful place! The food was very yummy and the service was excellent. We recommend trying the wild mushroom risotto and the salmon dishes. The flavors were just right and satisfying.
Enjoyed our visit to Gattara. The update was well done. Top notch service and food.
Our son was recently married. This was our farewell dinner now that the wedding has passed. I have been staying at the Warwick Denver to prepare for the wedding off and on for the past year. This was our final evening and It was just excellent. The staff was delightful and the food was delicious. Colorado Lamb was exceptional. Bravo on the new redo from Randall’s to Gattara. Very enjoyable and memorable.
Updated decor, good food and nice staff.
I like this location for business meetings because it’s not noisy.
Thank you for sharing! We hope to see you in the future.
Open table advertised this restaurant as Valet Parking, validating the ticket. The Valet Driver said he never heard of that so we had to drive around the block for parking.. Service was extremely slow even though there was only two tables being served. I ordered a drink from the cocktail menu and after about 15 minutes I was told that they gave me the wrong menu and couldn't make the drink I wanted, they brought my daughters drink at that time and I waited another 15 minutes for my drink. We ordered appetizers that were enjoyed and nicely prepared. Ordered our dinners, mushroom risotto and a chicken dish. Half and hour later the dinners came, unfortunately for me I am allergic to pine nuts and did not notice "pesto" on the description. My daughter and I were sharing, so I had cut the chicken in half and took the piece that did not have any pesto. Chicken was undercooked and extremely salty. The waitress was very apologetic and brought me vegetable and potatoes that had no pesto. We were also told that due to the mixup of the valet parking we would get a free desert. It was never offered and after two hours we decided it was time to leave. I left cash because I didn't want to wait another half hour for my credit card to be processed. I do have to say that the waitress was as frustrated as we were with the service.