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About Simms Steakhouse
Set atop a hillside overlooking downtown Denver, Simms Steakhouse offers Denver the best in destination dining. Noted for the best view in Denver, guests enjoy premier scenic dining with both indoor and outdoor seating options perfect for business dinners, special occasion dining or a family night out. Simms Steakhouse offers a spectacular new menu featuring an expansive selection of high-quality Certified Angus Beef, fresh fish, seafood, prime rib, poultry and salads. The Sixth Avenue Lounge offers indoor and outdoor soft seating areas providing guests with an unprecedented look at “Denver’s Famous View." With a variety of specialty drinks and an extensive lounge menu, Sixth Avenue Lounge is the perfect place for social gatherings and delicious light bites.
Golden, CO 80401
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 2:00pm, Sunday Dinner: 4:00pm - 9:00pm; Happy Hour Every Day: 4:00pm - 7:00pm
12/25/16 (Sun) 3pm-8pm
$31 to $50
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Allow our Executive Chef and Private Dining Coordinator to create a menu that perfectly complements your occasion. Hand-select from our signature dishes to create a personalized menu that is unique to you and your event.
Valet parking available.
Local Public Bus. Union & 6th avenue
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
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With 3 private dining rooms, 2 semi-private areas and the availability for full-restaurant buyout, Simms Steakhouse is the perfect location for your next event.
Simms Steakhouse Ratings and Reviews
Simms is a much better steakhouse than brunch location. Most of the food was mediocre and the service was lacking for the caliber of restaurant Simms is known to be. Dinners have always been much better and worth the time if you are looking to get out of Denver or enjoy something more than front range casual.
I was really disappointed with the food at this location. We ordered the crab cake and it's was cold and runny. The steaks had no flavor at all. We also ordered a side of mashed potatoes that were cold and had a horrible taste. Considering how much are meal was. I was hoping for a better quality of food. Definitely would not recommend this location for dinner.
Three of us were celebrating a birthday. Each of us ordered a different meal, and each of us was delighted by our meal. We are members of Landry Select Club so had a $25 birthday gift certificate from Simms Steakhouse plus another $25 certificate they applied (earned from past meals). I highly recommend you join the Club and enjoy a lovely evening! Our waiter was Al, and he was professional, non-intrusive and very polite--we enjoyed his service!
Great Sunday brunch. Excellent food and good selection. The Eggs Benedict and omlet bar was very good. The peel and eat shrimp were great. Service was also very good. Coffee was filled several times. The mimosas were inexpensive and good. All around a good experience.
way over priced.
Everything was an add on. $9 for onion soup?
double rum and coke was like a single.
wait staff was great,
parking while complimentary for the evening was understaffed. Why can the valet park at the bottom. and customers park at the 2nd level.
Some what disappointed in the service the waiter was slow and in this case unacceptable as there were only 5 tables seated. The Caesar dressing was totally over bearing with anchovies and the buffet was old the food was drying out and the egg chef was hard to find. For 50 a piece I didn't feel the price was justified for the lack of service and poor meal.
It was great. Christmas was a very busy time for the staff, who were working extra hard to accommodate their customers. They had forgotten one add-on steak complement, which they corrected immediately. Then the manager came to our table to personally apologize, and offered to comp our desserts. We would go back in a heartbeat. The ambience was perfect...warm and comfortable, with a great city view.
We were seated within 5 minutes of our reservations at the window table we had requested. The service was exceptional. Our waitress made this Christmas Eve dinner a special experience with her her friendly, efficient demeanor. The food (prime rib) was excellent. An overall pleasant experience.
Excepted more for Christmas Eve brunch considering the $49 per person x 4 = almost $200!!!. Wait staff not very attentive, we sat for very long time just to get beverages, wait staff could use training in prompt service, food seemed to not be fresh, even prepared days early...expected better food /service for what we spent. First and last time at this place. Simms Steakhouse. Management “PAY ATTENTION “.
I booked this dinner to celebrate my husband's birthday. The view from this hillside restaurant encompasses all of Denver -- so fitting for a special occasion. Unfortunately my view was squarely of the men's room, with men constantly going in and out, not of Denver. Though I had made the reservation well in advance, we two were squeezed into a side table at the far end of the restaurant. I guess parties of 2 must be punished for not bringing along some friends.
While my steak was excellent, I'm not sure we will return.
Our experience was very disappointing and we will never go back to this restaurant. We had let our server know that we had a play to attend and therefore needed to receive our food in a timely manner. Unfortunately, after waiting for 1.5 hours for our food and calling the manager over, we were hurriedly given our food in take out boxes. The manager did "comp" my husband's steak, but other parts of our order were not correct, but we were in such a hurry we couldn't wait for them to rectify the situation. We left the restaurant as hungry as when we had arrived and only made our play by 4 minutes. We also had asked our server to choose a red wine by the glass. No surprise here, she chose the most expensive glass (of course) without telling us. She also lied to us when we asked where our food was, about an hour into the evening. She said it was "being plated as we speak". We are regulars at many expensive steak houses throughout the Denver metro area. Simms Steakhouse is definitely off our list and we will go out of our way to tell our friends and family to avoid this restaurant.
I've been to Simm several times without issue. My husband and I went for our anniversary, hoping for a nice quiet evening. Unfortunately everyone and their brother was having huge company Christmas parties and it was so loud I couldn't hear myself think let alone have a conversation with my husband. We had delicious appetizer (tuna poke), but drinks that were forgotten. My salad wasn't very fresh looking and not as good as the last time I had it (pear salad). My hubby had prime rib which he loved and baked potato that was undercooked. I had to send my $39.00 steak back because it smelled and tasted funny. I don't know if it was bad or something it was marinated in but for that price I couldn't eat it. The manager apologized, offered something else (I lost my appetite) and took it off our bill which we appreciated but were bummed none the less. The cream spinach was good but room temp and overall the night was a bust because of the noise level. We had reservations at 7:15 but waited to be seated 30 minutes. Overall it was a disappointing evening for such an expensive restaurant, I doubt I'll return.
Waitress was up selling to the point of being reaaaaaaaaly annoying. Then got dejected when we didn't add a ton of drinks and apps. Told her I was celebrating my dad's special 80th birthday and she didn't even bother to at least bring a piece of cake on a $200 bill. Won't be back.
Reservation was at 7:30...not seated until 8:20...blonde hostess was super friendly & helpful (comped 2 glasses of wine), brunette hostess boarded on rude...waiter not very attentive..had to ask (someone else) for our baked potato...super noisy...steak was amazing!
My partners first time at a steak house was extremely lack luster.
The whiskey drinks were bland fare. Old fashions and Manhattans are basic drinks with room for interpretation and Simms bartender got the ratios incorrect. If you’re going to charge $13 for a basic Manhattan use Luxardo cherries not Maraschino cherries.
My partner order the special. Buffalo strip with scallops mash potatoes and green beans served to order. The buffalo was seared well but there was an incredible amount of inedible fat / gristle along the edge of the cut. While flavored well my partner was spitting out her first few bites.
I order the 22oz bone in ribeye. This is the leanest ribeye I have ever had. The texture was more a NY strip than a Ribeye. While the steak doneness was perfect the flavor was extremely lacking. The steak was grey and a little sad looking when it arrived. I ate around half of it. It was fine but there was no *joy* moment of biting into a $60 ribeye. I can produce better results with my cast iron skillet and a 500 degree over. The Brussels sprouts were overdone and mushy. The smoked cheddar Mac and cheese had very little flavor. The cheese sauce base was a mystery to me and my partner seemed to think it tasted too much like velvets shells and cheese.
Dessert was uninspired. I frowned when my partner wanted to try the banana peanut butter cake. I knew it would come out partially frozen. Cakes that sit in freezers until served always have a freezer burn texture and lack moisture.
For a $300 dinner We were incredibly disappointed.
Service was fine however we were sat 45 minutes late from our reservations.
The server we had Friday night I believe had to many tables to handle. Very attentive toward us until he got three more tables and them we waited for everything. Food, another drink, check. We had plans after dinner but we were late because we couldn't get our check so we could leave.
I don’t normally complain however you had to cut the Mahi with a steak knife tasted like it had been frozen for months . Couldn’t eat any of my meal and all they offered was a free dessert which the Chef had already comped prior to the meal. The waiter was excellent and professional but after spending over $400 for a dinner for 4 I won’t go there again.
Simms has always been a great place for a special occasion brunch or dinner. Brunch has many options and is kept neat and clean no matter the number of people going through the line. Brunch has both "breakfast" items and lunch options which is a welcome change - much better than the places that offer "brunch" and you are actually ordering off of a set "brunch" menu with limited options.
And the view - day or night - can't be beat !
First time and was thrilled with the experience. The food was fantastic, the service was spectacular and the view was amazing. From the free valet service to having the plates taken away everyone on the staff was super friendly and professional. Can't wait to bring family and friends here and will absolutely recommend to others. Thank you for the great experience.
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