The Corner Office Restaurant and Martini Bar Denver
The Corner Office is the flirty rendezvous where edgy global
dishes meet chic creative cocktails in the heart of downtown
Denver. Designed with a modern mid-century eye, The
Corner Office features a sexy bar + lounge, bustling dining
rooms, communal table, lively outdoor patio and private
event rooms each infused with intrigue and style. Our friendly
and fun staff is vibrant, personable, and always accessible.
Progressive comfort food mixed with international flavors
give traditional favorites a fresh twist.
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Easter Restaurant Specials & Reservations
Hop on over to The Corner Office for a memorable Easter brunch! $35 brunch buffet, $15 for kids 12 and under. Bottomless mimosas and bloody mary bar. We will have Easter Eggs setup on the patio for kids. Reservations highly recommended.
Sunday, April 21, 2019
Tables and chairs could be a bit bigger for a more comfortable space
Trendy place near convention center with good food and service.
It is a really good place to dine before attending the theater. The food is good and the service was outstanding. Our waiter, Nick B. was delightful. He was on top of everything and never let us run out of anything. He was cheerful and easy to talk to. He made the great experience so much better. I have been there twice, and will certainly go back.
Super noisy but the food is great! Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Fried chicken sandwich needs some serious flavor upgrade! Our server was fantastic!
Drinks took a long time to arrive and the service a bit slow, but overall we enjoyed it and I would return.
Our dinner was delicious. The Brussel sprouts drizzled in honey were to die for and the Mac and cheese was top notch. Would definitely recommend to anyone
The food and service were both very good but the noise level was quite excessive. As an older adult (76) I was probably the oldest person in the restaurant which was mostly populated by people young enough to be my grandkids. I wish more restaurants would use sound-absorbing materials in their walls and ceilings to keep the overall noise level to a minimum and make it easier to hear your fellow diner across the table!
Food and service was great
Didn’t like the chairs and small tables but that wouldn’t stop me from going back!
Fun menu and excellent location for before or after theater.
Is a bit noisy, but the food was good and the service was Excellent. I wish I knew my waiters name as he was so friendly and did a great job of refilling our juice and/or champagne for our bottomless Mimosas. Great place for brunch before catching a show at the Buell. I will be back. Thank you.
I ordered a vegetable omelette and I got an omelette with cold vegetables inside. They didn't cook them or mix them in with the egg. There was also no cheese and the server didn't ask if I wanted any. It was terrible.
An awesome brunch to start the auto show with my boyfriend. Very nice place to get breakfast for any occasion though.
The music blared so loud we couldn't really have a decent conversation and it was 12:30 in the afternoon! We would not go back for that reason.
Try the Crab benedict - delicious. Watch out for generous portions! Shareable! Plenty of time to get to your performance!
Absolutely excellent food and service. We had a short amount of time before going to a performance at DPAC, and our servers were on it. Perfect timing, exactly what we had hoped for.
The salmon was mild flavored and delicious, but was overpowered by the accompanying spicy and strong-flavored puttanesca couscous. The second plate was overly-spiced veggie burger with limp fries. We were finished with our half-eaten meals for a full 10 minutes before sighting our waiter to request the bill. Conversely, our breakfasts the following morning (eggs benedict and a burrito) were very tasty.
Brussel sprouts were yummy. Great chopped salad with steak.
Service was excellent.
Excellent location, easy to park, great ample servings, interesting menu, great value
Wine was okay but way over priced. Falafel burger was terrible. Oh, and way over priced. Wifes appetizer was ok but very small portion and...way over priced. Service was just ok but with the tables the way they were the waitress had her butt in my wife's face while taking the other tables order. By the way, my wife and I have a combined 70 years in F and B business. Very disappointed with this establishment.
I would recommend, however I have a couple of caveats. We made our reservations via OpenTable. You must, when reserving, choose a standard table or a high top. We booked, for St. Patrick's Day brunch, 10 days in advance and chose a standard table seating. We had 2 elderly people in our group and needed uncomplicated seats and a non-bar atmosphere. When we arrived (a little early) the hostess showed us to our table and it was a high top. My husband who made the reservation and had chosen the standard table was parking the car. I told the hostess I would wait for him to arrive and she urged me to be seated while they looked for other options. The high tops, by the way, are small round tables made for two, so we had 3 of them pushed together for our party of 6. This was not what I had envisioned for our casual brunch before the play. We were told a couple of times that they were looking for other tables but they never materialized. The mistake I made was in sitting down rather than waiting in the entry for a better option. Other than our poor table option, the service was great, the food was just OK, and the bottomless mimosa arrived in a wine glass half full of champagne with a small creamer-sized glass of OJ. My mother-in-law couldn't finish it because it was quite alcohol-heavy. This is probably a rare complaint, so this fact will likely entice people to come to the restaurant!
I was told that they were very busy and that is why there weren't other options to which I replied that, yes, that is why we made a reservation 10 days in advance. Our waitress also told me that we should have made a note when we reserved that we wished to sit at the standard table. I didn't realize until today that you MUST choose when reserving, otherwise I would have said we had made that choice. I should have either made the reservation OR parked the car so that we would have had all the facts when we were shown our seats. I am certain the hostess had all the facts!
We had reservations for 11:30 AM and despite best laid plans, we got hung up in traffic a few minutes out. The restaurant called to confirm if we still wanted the reservation and I said "yes" but caught in traffic. We were 15 minutes late but they held the reservation and we got in! This was on a busy Brunch time for the restaurant. We were so grateful as we had theater tickets. I appreciated the consideration as traffic (even on a Sunday) is getting worse in the Denver area. The meals and the drinks were fabulous.
A vagrant walked in and strolled around the tables.
My purse was in a chair next to me and he eyed it as he passed by. I immediately removed my purse from the seat and placed it on the floor under the table.
The manager at Corner Office did approach this man and obviously asked him to leave. Thankful for that.
Be aware... The Corner Office is a nice place. But all who casually walk in do not have good intentions.
Just 2 weeks ago, I witnessed a lady having her purse lifted out of a shopping cart by a man walking through a Walmart. Sadly, he ran and got away with her purse.
Brian was our server and he was excellent; friendly, attentive and non-obtrusive. The food was very good. I had prime rib and my son had chicken and waffles. Martinis were fun.
Staff is very friendly and accommodating no matter how busy they are!
Yummy for the tummy! Excellent service and very much appreciated.
We we're seated at table that maybe was 18" in diameter. Thought we were being seated for cocktails while our table was being prepared. Nope, that was our dinner table. We left. Come on let's get real.
The food here is usually great, however we were both disappointed in our meals. The tables are far too small to serve actual plates on, particularly if you also want a beverage with your meal. Don't plan to have a comfortable meal here, unless you only order one thing, as the tables for 2 are FAR too small.
We eat here routinely before performances at the Denver Performing Art Center. Although previous visits have been good, a chicken sandwich dish was not good. Breaded, the “extra-thick” breading and some of the chicken was burnt. This restaurant is conveniently located to the theater, but better quality food will be needed if we are to return.
Food was about the quality of Denny’s
Good food. Was a little disappointed in the menu. They ran out of gluten free bread, which significantly limited my options.
The food is yummy. The location is great. Fun place to meet before an event at Tge Preforming Arts Complex.
Awesome meal before our play!
Our server, Charlotte, was great and very accommodating and helpful with meal suggestions,etc... I couldn't decide between 3 entrees (they changed the menu and its now FABULOIUS) and she picked the Tagliatelle (SIMPLY AMAZING!!!) We started off with the fantastic brussels sprouts (sea salt and honey and they were charred beautifully.)
YUMMY! Thank you for a great meal.
Great place to grab a bite before a show at DPAC. Nice variety to choose from: Salads, sandwiches & entrees.
Staff was very friendly and accommodating.
Service was super fast and friendly! Six of us got different things and they were all delicious. The atmosphere was fun and everyone said they want to go back.
The salads and our server were incredible but the noise level was almost painful.
Brunch before the show.
Got there early and were able to be seated right away. It was a theater night so the place was quite full by the time we departed. Our server was great getting our happy hour order in under the buzzer. The drinks took a bit long to get, but the bar was quite busy.