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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We went to dinner, before a show, and OMG everything was delicious! Nick, our server was so good too...very helpful both in making suggestions from the menu and attentive to our needs.
As usual, the food is very good. We had a problem with extremely slow service - it took nearly an hour after arriving to have dinner served (and nearly 45 minutes for the appetizers). We told the server after about 30 minutes on waiting that we had tickets at DCPA, but that didn't appear to register at all. The place wasn't very busy (Sunday evening), so it was unacceptable to wait so long...
Meh. Food wasn’t very good. Fries were the best part of the meal.
Perfect place if you’re attending a play at the DCPA. Food was well prepared and the waitress was attentive and helpful. Reasonable value.
Incredible, as always! Our server Charlotte was incredible and the bartender Eric was amazing as well. Will definitely come back!
It's very crowded and noisy...table are really small, so I felt it was difficult to enjoy the meal fully, I kept feeling like my food was going to fall off the table. If you are going to have small tables, large platters are not the way to go. The mac and cheese is to die for, definitely add bacon. The Blue cheese wedge is HUGE and incredible.
Food was overpriced for what was served. The restaurant is very loud so conversation is difficult. Only saving is the location relative to the DPAC.
Excellent restaurant/bar for a pre-entertainment dinner and/or drink.
It was quite loud and our food took a while to come out. Kind of a bummer because we had a show to catch. The food was tasty but the ambiance and time it took to come out detracted from the experience.
We had a very engaged waitress who had plenty of tables to take care of, so there was some waiting involved. That wasn't a problem since we had plenty of time. The only issue was that our dirty martini's tasted oddly sweet and there was a lot of back and forth with waiting for the bartender to come off of break to tell her how he made them, etc. etc. We didn't really buy the idea that the gin was the issue, but when they remade them with a higher-end gin, we got the taste we expected. Everyone was nice about it, but I'm not sure why there was so much discussion before just taking care of it. Altogether, good service, interesting and well-prepared food, and we'll recommend it as a good option when at the Art Complex, etc.
The food and service were great. We were seeing a show at the arts center and everything was served promptly. I did not like the closeness of small table and chairs setup but they won't prevent me from returning either. It is a very busy, fast paced culture for the Tuesday night we visited.
Our server Nick was terrific. He was attentive but also respected our space so we could focus on our conversation.
New menu items! Ordered some of the new stuff and we were very pleased.
All items on the menu are superb. Attentive wait staff. Can't go wrong here. Better with a reservation.
The service was amazing, Hunter was wonderful, some of the best service I've had there. The food was excellent and bottomless mimosas are always good. We took up his table for almost 2.5 hours, and he was great the whole time.
Amazing French dip! Seriously yum. The kids get cotton candy with their kids meal and it’s a huge hit with our daughter. Perfect lunch dining before seeing a show at the Denver Performing Arts Center right across the street.
We had lunch on a Sunday. The service was very good and we were seated very close to our reservation time even though the restaurant was very busy. Only complaint is a limited menu with even more limited healthy choices. I really expected more options for food. Quality was good, but such a limited selection meant we weren’t completely happy.
Just love this restaurant. It’s consistently good, the portions are huge (hint: split an entree for two), and the ambiance is fun
Food, service and all was terrific. It would be REALLY helpful if they would turn down (or OFF) the music in the dining area. As close together as the tables are, it's already a strain to carry on a conversation, but the music made it doubly difficult - esp. for those hard of hearing. And, yes, I did ask for it to be turned down and was told it was already "as low as they could get it."
Otherwise, a really pleasant experience.
We like Corner Office and go a few times a year. Very happy with food quality and service. Really don't like how loud it is - they could REALLY use with some noise control (hang some artistic acoustic panels).
Great place to go before performing arts show. We were sat in back oh restaurant.... not a nice ambience like the front.
Everything was very good+. Only complaint is the bar tables are too high or the banquettes are too low. I'm almost 6 feet and my lunch plate was at chest level. All else terrific.
It was all pretty good! Very busy do to the show at the dcpa. Lots of variety and interesting, tasty dishes. So much food tho. We couldn't possibly eat it all. The desserts were delish.
Wanted a quick bite of food prior to a play so made a reservation here. Traffic terrible so we were late yet they still accommodated us. Had the best French Dip sandwich ever and terrific french fries with yummy ketchup. Must come back again soon.
The bar area is quite noisy and the tables are cramped if you are eating a meal. Otherwise, it is a favorite restaurant of mine to dine prior to a play at the performing arts center. The tomato soup is outstanding!
Our server Charlotte was one of the best if not the best server ever. Food was good as well as cocktails.
I would recommend brunch or dinner but lunch is way too expensive. Mac and cheese was bland work very little flavor.
As usual, our pre-DCPA event dinner at the Corner Office was quick, efficient, friendly and the food is always fresh and perfectly prepared.
Great experience. Nice people. Tables are small.
Riley was a terrific wait person. He regaled us with some interesting stories. He helped make this a memorable evening.
The food and service were both very good. We were seated right away, and didn't feel rushed thru our dining experience. We will definitely be coming back to The Corner Office!
We arrived pre-show for a Saturday matinee at the Buell. Our reservations were for 1230 pm, we arrived about 1236 because of heavy traffic and the table was not ready. We were seated 1248. They were hopping so service was slightly slow at first. Waiter was great, just over-committed! We ordered the French dip and buttermilk fried chicken sandwiches. They came out super-quick and were delicious. We ate and made it out with plenty of time to get seated before the show. This was our second visit here and beats the Limelight hands down for food. We will be coming back again before the next show. Just realize if you go when they are busy, the service may be slower than you like which is common before shows so I didn’t ding them for that.
Service was disorganized with multiple people taking drink and food orders and no one seeming to know what was going on. There were only 2 of us and we received our entrees at 2 different times. I received my entree and not one person asked about my guest's food order (that's just rude). Noise level is ridiculously high. It was almost impossible to hear the other person speaking in a normal tone of voice.
Sat at the bar Erik was awesome accommodated all we needed! Definitely go back!
Delicious food, great service. Varied eclectic menu.
We had a great dinner before a show. The food was wonderful but the waiter was in the weeds.
The Corner Office is a convenient restaurant for dining prior to attending the theater. The menu has a variety of options and the food and service are consistently good.
Good drinks, nice ambiance. Server was inattentive and left dirty plates and glasses.
It was super super super noisy at brunch on Sunday. To be honest, there was a large table in the center of the room which kind of took over the entire restaurant. Which made it hard to have a nice meal, just the two of us. We each ordered salads with salmon, which were fine; but the hunk of salmon was huge. Really unappealing. The main reason to go the Corner Office is pre-theatre, which we were doing. Otherwise, there are plenty of other spots in Denver.