Nearby points of interest
Nearby points of interest
About The Corner Office Restaurant and Martini Bar Denver
Loosen your tie, kick off your heels and forget all your
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.
Denver, CO 80202
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday: 6am – 11am
Monday – Friday: 11am – 3pm
Everyday: 3:00pm – 11pm
Saturday & Sunday: 7am – 3pm
Monday – Friday: 2pm – 5pm
Sunday – Thursday: Open until 12am
Friday + Saturday: Open until 1am
14th and Curtis
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Validated Self-Parking- 0 - 2hrs FREE!
Validated Self-Parking for 2hrs - 4hrs $8
Valet parking -$12
16th St. Free Mall Shuttle stops at 16th and Curtis. Head 2 blocks south to 14th and Curtis. Two blocks from Light Rail.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Send a Gift Card
Buy now and send it instantly by email, or print a card to give in person.
TCO - THE PLACE for your party. From 10 - 300 guests we customize every event to best fit your group. Indulge in global comfort food, craft cocktails and local brews in a comfortable + hip environment. We are located just blocks from the CO Convention Center and DCPA downtown.
The Corner Office Restaurant and Martini Bar Denver Ratings and Reviews
Good ambient atmosphere, across the street from theaters so you can't beat the location. Do not go there just for food though, you'd be disappointed. Not much of a choice, and our fare was a bit over salted and overloaded with sauce.
Do not know about the bar, but it was crowded and busy with laughter.
The food was good. I wish my Wagyu burger had more flavor, it was a little dry even though I ordered it medium. It was well done and the fixings were piled on. We were there at 2:45PM and dinner didn't start until 3:00pm. We couldn't get anything off the dinner menu because it wasn't prepared yet?? I'm always about keeping standards and will probably take a 2nd trip. It won't be soon bit after 3pm to see if it makes a difference.
Unfortunately, I can't remember my servers name (Blonde hair, glasses). In any case, it's been awhile since I've had EXCEPTIONAL service from someone. She was so pleasant and professional...nothing seemed like an inconvenience for her. She made our group feel very welcomed. She was also conscious that we needed to make a 7:30 show at the Buell and put us at ease about timing and we just really enjoyed the evening. Good Martini. I would highly recommend The Corner Office.
I ordered the same dish I had about a month ago but a different cook must have made it as it was definitely not as good. The fish was over cooked and the shrimp seemed to have a different coating. It was a disappointment. I would have let our waiter know but he never checked back with us after our food was served. My husband’s dish was good.
The Corner Office is a nice place to go to before a concert at the DCPA. They claim to be a Restaurant + Martini Bar, but they need to offer more Martini options on their Martini Menu. I had to switch to a Moscow Mule (and was advised they couldn't serve it in a copper cup). Thanks for the warning because a Moscow Mule isn't the same when served in a glass. They presented us with Super Eats with a hefty price and a nice staff.
It was a little off, probably because it was Thanksgiving - we had to ask for missing items, including serving utensils, the bar service was a little slow and the bread seemed store bought and not fresh, but the rest of our food was amazing as were our cocktails, and our server was really really great.
We met our sons and their significant others for Thanksgiving in Denver and chose The Corner Office for our dinner. The waiter was quite pleasant but the food was nothing special. I’m pretty sure we won’t return the next time we’re in Denver - too much money for nothing much.
We ate at The Corner Office before seeing Rent at DCPA, and it was a great way to kick off the night! The food was delicious, and while it's a little more than I typically spend on a meal, for as much as we ordered it felt like a good value. We already made reservations for next month when we see Elf :)
An unfortunately disappointing experience. The food was mediocre at best and remarkably overpriced. Only one of our 4 dishes had any flavor. The restaurant is so loud that you can't hear the discussion at your own table. And it was REALLY overpriced. We wouldn't go back, nor would we recommend.
My wife and I chose this restaurant as it was close to the Performing Arts Center and we wanted a meal before the evening symphony concert. What a mistake! This place is loud and crowded. Service was reasonable but the food was not good. We had the bolognese and it was awful. If you go there, I would recommend drinks and an appetizer but not a regular meal. Perhaps we chose the wrong entree but we won't be back. If you need to dine prior to a concert or show at the Performing Arts Center, I would recommend that you try somewhere else.
The four of us went here before a play at DCPA. Excellent waitstaff. We had Edamame, Waldorf salad, Schnitzel, crab cakes, Tikka Masala, Tagliatelle Bolognese, and chocolate biegnets. Everything was delicious and well presented. I'd go back anytime I'm downtown.
The service was top notch. We really loved, LOVED the food. The menu was creative and fun, it was hard to decide what to order. The design and decor of the restaurant was fun and modern. It was right across the street from our show at DCPA, so that was really convenient. The only downside was the noise... it was incredibly loud, but it didn’t take away the enjoyment much.
The food was great! We had calamari, crab cakes, a steak stir-fry, and took some beignets to go. The service was also very good. However, we sadly would not go back. My husband and I thought this would be a great place for dinner before the opera, but we had to yell at each other to have any type of conversation, and I left with a horrible headache. This was frustrating, as we don't get a lot of date nights away from our kids. If you've ever been to Red Robin (and know how loud that is), double the volume and you'll understand how loud it was here. We asked if they had a quieter table on the other side of the restaurant, since we were seated near a huge group of loud people, but they sat another group next to us and we overheard a woman (patron) saying it was quieter where we were than on the other side.
It wasn't a huge deal, but the tables were also awkwardly small. Really a size for cocktails and dessert, not dinner.
This was our go-to restaurant when coming to the DCPA until today. We had a reservation which we were early for, checked in, and sent to sit at the bar. 15 minutes after our reservation time, we checked with the host who hadn't checked us in the first time. We were then seated almost immediately and our order was taken. After another 30 minutes of watching tables around us receiving their meals (our waitress hadn't been back by), we left. We stopped back at the host who basically blew us off.
It's unfortunate, because we liked the food and recommended TCO to people asking for restaurants downtown. Won't make that mistake again. You guys blew it. There's no excuse for this poor customer service.
The tables are more suited to having drinks rather than actually dining, as our server said, it's like playing Tetris to make the plates fit on the table. Prices are typical for downtown dining so not inexpensive. A good bar scene, not as comfortable for dining.
We come here because we enjoy the diverse ethnicity of the menu. The Chicken Tikka Marsala dish is exceptional. Try the Poutine if you haven't. They melt the curds so you miss the squeakiness but the gravy is amazing. If you are coming for a show, you really do need an hour and a half at least before the show. This place is very popular.
Please sign in to record your input. Thanks!
Report this review as inappropriate?
If you believe this review should be removed from OpenTable, please let us know and someone will investigate.