Wait staff and bartender were good. We've been here a few times and it is hit and miss. The kid that fills up water glasses and clears tables is rude, but everyone else is great. This night had some blow hard that walked in and made a scene yapping about betting on college basketball. The guy was a fat slob that bragged about his car. I felt bad for the bartender since he was trying to quite down Mr. Big. The food is very good and the wine recommendations are great. I guess I can't blame Indulge for what obnoxious patrons that they have to tolerate.
This restaurant was COMPLETELY unprepared for Valentine's Day. First, without prior notice --- neither from their website nor from the employee who cold-called the day before to make certain my reservation was still "on" --- they handed us an extremely overpriced, very underwhelming "Valentine's Day" menu. Second, they crammed about twelve tables for two in a small banquet room. Third, the $8 soup "bowls" (cups) were both luke-warm, and also served without bread. And last, the $24 cod entree was again luke-warm and also disgusting, and served with zero vegetables. To be fair, both the brushetta and margarta pizza were tasty. Our server was very good and friendly, but also very overworked -- we were unintentionally ignored most of the night. "Sham" is the word to describe our experience.
We had a great dinner for Valentine’s Day ! The fixed menu offered a nice variety. Service was a little slow but the place was packed for VD! We eat there often. Love it!
Out for Valentines dinner. Was sat in a small room with 6 tables and ours was the only one smack dab in the middle, not exactly romantic. Were served water only and waited for 15 minutes with no attention on a fixed menu night...Flagged down a manager who ended up our server for the night along with managing the restaurant. She offered a small discount and free desert, but we waited long times between ordering and all food and desert getting there. This restaurant was not prepared with enough staff for the occasion. Plus no explanation on what was missing, just empty apologies...Still bill came to $175 all in with tip. Should have been better service for the price and Expectations weee much higher than what was delivered!!!!Won't go back!!
we enjoy Indulge in both summer and winter. Summer for the patio and happy hour menu and wine, and winter for the wine and fair. Service has always been great.
The food was delicious and the service was very good. Kristie did a great job! We'll be back.
Yes, I just reviewed Indulge 3-weeks ago, but that was a busy Friday night and this was a slow Sunday night. I'll start with the seating. Everyone who came in was seated by the greeter in the corner to the right of the bar around the windows near the patio. Over half the place was empty and they crammed everyone into the same general place, filling nearly every seat in that area. It simply was not comfortable. Next, it took awhile before a waiter came by our table, and guess what? It was the bartender! In fact, the bartender was waiting on everyone who was there dining as well as those at the bar. So, the only staff they had in the dining area was the greeter and the bartender (and this was true for our entire visit). Needless to say, service was slow. Even with decent (though pricey) food, I am having more and more difficulty justifying choosing Indulge over the variety of other local restaurants, or even those farther away.
We came in for the 1st time, to celebrate our Anniversary. It won’t be our last time. There were plenty of items on the lunch & dinner menu to entice return trips. The deck looked so inviting, but considering darkness and snow, that will definitely be a return trip. The Waiter brought us a wonderful desert to share to celebrate our 34 years together. It was fantastic!
Terrible Service, could hear Colt 45 blasting from the kitchen. Food was good but wont be returning due to lack of service, especially since the restaurant was very empty
A fair happy hour, though they should really consider including their signature cocktails/martinis in the deal like many of the better restaurants do downtown. Food is good but a bit overpriced, again as compared to restaurants downtown. In short, if the driving distance is the same to Highlands Ranch or downtown Denver, go downtown.