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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
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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
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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
Our visit to The Corner Office was prompted by wanting a close, pre-theater resturant. What a pleasant surprise to walk in, after a two year absence, and see the newish remodel job. No more small crowded tables where you couldn’t get in or out of your seat without bumping the next diner. As a group of seven, we were seated at a huge table right in front that could have held three more. The always eclectic menu did not disappoint. Each person found something that they liked and cleaned their plates. The service was especially good. Just a warning,for pre-theater, better reserve for 5:30-45, sothat you are walking out at 7:00 for curtain st 7:30.
Horrible, waste of money, and will never return. We eat out a lot and while this place was packed, I am not sure why. The food was over priced, service was terrible (waiting 10 minutes for a fork/knife, had to then ask for a napkin, "bottomless mimosas" were empty for a LONG TIME (15+min) before being refilled, and plenty more). Waste, not very good, don't go.
Unfortunately, our service was so bad that it was hard to focus on much else. The food was only okay, nothing special. The drinks were less than appealing, especially for a "martini bar." It was oddly bright in there and we waited a severely long time for our drinks. The server was confused and looked lost most of the time. Not exactly a special New Year's Eve. We will go elsewhere next time seeing as it certainly was nothing special.
The chicken milanese was fabulous! Would appreciate a little broader vegetarian menu and the host mistakenly referred to my 16 year old daughter, who has short hair, but is feminine in every other way...as a "sir" which was a real downer. Be more attentive and courteous please.
Otherwise, this is a good go to for before a show. Good cocktails and cool decor.
Although had a reservation, tiny table tucked in corner. Slow service, however nice waitress.
Took drink and food order together, which further slowed down things.
No water, watered down drinks even after ordering doubles.
Had prime rib, ordered medium rare came out well done. Could only eat half tried to take home for the dog but she wasn't really interested.
Heard waitress talking about discounts to others, none were offered to us even thought she knew we were in a condo next door that has a collaborative relationship with CO.
Probably will go for drinks but not food and low expectations.
Great mimosas with unique juice options. Food was good but I thought it was a little over priced for the portions. The server was outstanding! She was funny and really attentive. It was Christmas Day so I'm sure she wasn't in the mood to be there, but I would have never guessed that. Wish I could remember her name because she did a really great job.
Our second time here, decided to give it another chance but nothing has changed too much. Slow service, food is ok but nothing special. I had the burger which was good but came with some ordinary waffle fries, nothing great. Others has the masala which was too spicy for them but I thought it was good. Those would be the 2 things to recommend from my experience but there is plenty of other places with better value within walking distance of the theater.
We arrived very early as we don't like to rush. We had tickets to the nutcracker. I had researched and this restaurant t was close and the menu looked decent for preopera food. Waiter was very friendly throughout the entire time. Although he seemed very high. It is Denver. We arrived ordered cocktails and 30 minutes later he tells us he forgot to send in our order and it would be 5 or 6 minutes. But would comp us a cheesecake. We we're very hungry. 15 minutes later our food arrived. I had very basic Tikka marsala ...nothing to write home to Mom about. My wife had a burger and fries. Burger was raw and fries were good though. Very disappointing. We ended up later than we wanted and so did not get to ants around the Opera House or get a glass of wine. :(
The salad was advertised as waldorf - it was all kale - very little apples, grapes etc - the tomato soup was too thick and not really tomato - we thought maybe they had added squash or something to it - way too thick and too seasoned - when you order tomato soup and grilled cheese you expect tomato - good old tomato - the brussle sprouts had too much honey on them - there was a pool of honey in the bottom of the bowl - there were 5 ladies - one was happy with her omlette - sorry - we go to the symphony often and talked to others who feel the food is not as good as it used to be
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.
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