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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
We have visited this restaurant before the theater or symphony about 3 times, and each time I order the homemade tagliatelle with bolognese sauce, because it is perfectly al dente, and the sauce is very meaty and delicious. Slightly more reasonably priced than other restaurants in the area, and the service is usually great.
To start, the food is excellent! We went here for brunch on a Saturday- it was very loud and energetic, fun atmosphere but hard to have a conversation. Granted they were really busy, but were clearly understaffed. We ordered bottomless mimosas but were not served our first mimosa for 30 minutes after we ordered them. I also switched out my side of fries for a salad, but they brought fries anyway. At that point we were already there for an hour and a half and didn't want to wait any longer.
Excellent food but overall a disappointing experience. Our first visit so we weren't positive what to expect. But we hadn't expected a table the size of a postage stamp and more of a cafeteria-style seating. Long padded continuous bench had us elbow to elbow with fellow diners who were strangers. Unpleasant experience overall and despite good food, we won't be returning.
Nice spot for a pre-show dinner, directly across from the Denver Center. Good service, an eclectic menu and tasty food. Nice selection of small plates and the larger plates are big enough to share. There are two sections, one definitely quieter than the other.
The good - small plate selection was excellent. The Ricotta and Olives, Brussel Sprouts and Beef Tapas were excellent. Location to the Denver Performing Arts Center - very convenient.
The not so good - The lighing in the main dinning room is jarring. The wine by the glass list is simply "okay". The food is just "okay" - a little too greasy. The menu is good it is simply the execution that falls short. I'd love to love this restaurant .
Everyone was friendly enough, we were seated quickly. Wait staff arrived quickly, seemed pretty rushed. We got our drinks fairly quickly, my wife’s wine was a pretty small portion for the price. I don’t drink alcohol, so I had a soft drink. Once we were served our original drinks, that was it, never an offer for another round or refill. We had to make a special request for bread, non is served pre entree, so they ‘fixed us up” with some grilled bread that seemed to change the mood when we asked. If I’m paying $80 for 2 entrees, is it too much to ask for a couple dinner rolls while we wait? Our food was served quickly and was hot and delicious. The prime rib, fingerling potatoes and carrots were very good. My wife’s crab cakes were very good, not quite as hot. Once our entrees were served, we never once were asked about how it was or offered fresh drinks. My soft drink and my wife’s wine were both empty halfway through dinner, and stayed that way. That was a big letdown. I even mentioned to the waitress I thought she forgot about us, we just got a shrug. We probably won’t be back.
The menu has very limited selections. There should be more traditional American favorites, healthy options and entrees should come with a salad. We had four in our party. Some, had no idea what the items on the menu were. They ordered the burger and fries. Their burgers were too rare. Finally, the restrooms need to be checked on and kept up more often. We were there to have dinner before seeing a show at DCPA.
We reserved a table here before the theater. Restaurant was very busy, but our table was ready! The restaurant is “tight” with tables close together. Noise level was moderate. The service was excellent, and food very good. We ordered bolognese, pork schnitzel, and chicken masala. Very different entrees, but all good.
The biggest disappoint about this place was that they are falsely advertising a disco themed brunch online and that's not true anymore. It was the only reason we drove out so far, otherwise we would have gone brunching somewhere closer to where I live. I know if I've felt this way, there has to be others that have as well. My advice to the restaurant, just be honest online and update your information.
The Corner Office has pretty tasty food and great service - we were headed to a performance at the DCPA across the street and they had us served quickly but without feeling rushed.
The dishes we chose were flavorful, but a little on the salty side - the Korean steak bimbap (sp) and the chicken Tikki Masala. Also the Devils on Horseback were tasty but I didn't read clearly enough that they were stuffed with bleu cheese, which is not my fave.
All in all, it's a solid spot to dine pre-theater.
My friend and I made reservations at The Corner Office because of a recommendation by a co-worker and for its proximity to the DCPA, as we were attending the symphony. We were not disappointed! We were greeted promptly and warmly at the door upon our arrival. We were seated immediately. Our server, Brian, also greeted us promptly, and by name...nice touch! He made suggestions for cocktails, which were amazing (the Scofflaw & Hemingway). He also helped guide me to a vegan option (Yakisoba:-) and explained the Special for the evening to my friend with thorough knowledge (House-made German sausages, with sauerkraut, potatoes, a creamy mustard sauce & house-made warm pretzels, which she loved!) The staff was also very attentive, checking on us throughout the meal. We will definitely return and I highly recommend this place if you are attending a performance at the DCPA. Cheers!
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.
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