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About The Palm Denver
Now celebrating its 20th year in Denver, The Palm, located in the Westin Denver Downtown Hotel, has recently undergone a major renovation. The new restaurant boasts an open dining room, expanded bar area with booths and tables, and more private patio seating. The Denver Palm has proved that its "Mile-High" location has maintained the same quality in food and service that the original Palm set the standard for so many years ago. Complimentary Valet Parking available.
Denver, CO 80202
Steakhouse, Seafood, Italian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Friday: 3:00pm - 11:00pm, Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Whether your visit is for business or pleasure or a bit of both, our special touches at The Palm are guaranteed to give you the best experience ever. Check our website for all of our happenings & events.
You provide the occasion; we’ll set the scene. Whether you’re organizing a rehearsal dinner or a business lunch presentation, we’ll work with you to create a personalized, enjoyable, and memorable event. Our team of expert staff will do everything required to create a positive experience for your valued guests – from the warm greeting they receive on arrival to their last bite of dessert. Visit http://www.thepalm.com/privatedining to start planning your event.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
There’s always something happening at the Palm! To learn more about our latest specials and events visit http://www.thepalm.com/Specials
We approach every private dining gathering as an opportunity to showcase The Palm’s signature hospitality, fantastic food, professional dining atmosphere and personalized service.
The Palm Denver Ratings and Reviews
Was very disappointed with the service. Arrived at a peak hour time during Valentine’s Day. Upon arrival was great by the hostess who was very nice. My girlfriend and I once seated were not greeted by a wait staff personnel for 20min. 20MIN!! Seriously, that’s just where it begins. Once we were greeted we were notified that the “Valentine’s Day Special” was sold out. Yep, that’s right... SOLD OUT! Ok now I get that v-day is a busy night but that’s the reasons place “like this” takes reservations. This tells me that this restaurant clearly does not have a management staff that can run the restaurant. Wait for it... the V-day special is the specialty of the restaurant, LOBSTER! This was absolutely the worst experience of “Fine Dining” that I have ever experienced.
Well I have to say I’ve never written a restaurant survey before, but I thought I would this time. I’m not even sure if it even matter, but here it goes. You know, when I book the restaurant I thought it would be a special night for Valentine’s Day. But it was a disaster. Tables around me were complaining but I didn’t understand the gravity of their anger until we were sat at a table. It literally took 45 minutes for us to get our food. And when the food came out the steak was cold. It really surprised me. The restaurant took care of us, but the night was pretty much ruined. I really didn’t know to say. I did not want to get mad and make a scene and I really didn’t know what to complain about. And I still left the $30 tip to the server who I believe had no control of what was going on. Supposedly there was a problem in the kitchen. I guess the only thing for me to say is if you have a holiday where a lot of people are expected, you might want to put contingency plans in place to better serve your customers. Again management took care of my order and it wasn’t about the money, it was about tonight which pretty much set the tone for the rest of the evening. This is my first and only review and I hope they learn from it. Thanks.
We have enjoyed The Palm for years and Sunday evening was no exception! The food was delicious, although my daughter was disappointed that the Prime Rib was not available. Rather odd considering our reservation was at 5:00pm and the restaurant was not busy.
The Birthday donuts and staff singing was a nice touch for my husband!
Service was great - attentive and knowledgeable staff. Food - well, the au gratin potatoes were wonderful - cheesy and tasty. Lobster - was tough to extract the meat, not much in the claw and almost without flavor, even for lobster. The "sauce" for the mixed berry dessert was runny and no flavor. I listed it for Special Occasions only because you would not want to go there consistently with the cost involved.
Visiting Denver, love the Nashville The Palm, I knew this was the place to bring my friends for dinner, after another friend recommended it. Todd the manager here made sure we were taken care of at every turn. His staff is excellent and are all very good at what they do as well as very friendly.
Food was amazing, atmosphere amazing, and cocktails to perfection!
Next visit we’re coming back here again!
We had a wonderful server (thank you Donald) who steered us in the right direction on all choices. Bone-in rib-eye and lamb chops exceptional - done to perfection and excellent flavor. The Wedge salad was excellent - an interesting take on a steak house classic. Loved it. Good cocktails - steak house portions!
We'll be back.
I have eaten At the Palm in Denver many times. I have also eaten at Palm restaurants in several other cities and I may be one of the few who dined there this week, who actually dined regularly at the original Palm upstairs on 1st avenue in New York with my parents more than 50 years ago. Usually the experience is first rate. This time not quite up to expectations. The room is fine and service was excellent if a bit intrusive ( too many how are you enjoying your food.). The food was not up to par. I had a caprese type salad to start that was ok but the tomatoes were tough. The main course I chose is a long term favorite, veal Parmesan with spaghetti. The veal was tough, poorly seasoned and not well prepared. If there was any coating I couldn’t find it. The pasta was over cooked and sodden. I could take you to ten Italian restaurants in Denver where this classic dish would have been much better at half the price. The pasta was just unacceptable. I didn’t eat it. Others had better dishes but none was outstanding. Dessert was key lime pie that just seemed uninspired. Overly sweet and with a heavy crust. A cappuccino was mediocre.
Too bad. Maybe this was an off night. We didn’t order steak or lobster they are famous for, so I can’t tell how they are handling those dishes now. Those are usually great classics for them. But the Italian menu has always been very good at Palm restaurants given their heritage. This time it didn’t fly.
The location is good and the ambiance fine but it was an expensively priced mediocre meal. They need some work.
We have eaten at the Palm in Denver on many occasions. We have made it a family tradition for the many years to go there on New Years Eve. There are usually 8-12 of us. This year it was just my wife and me. We have reservations for 8:00 and were seated at about 8:30. The service was horrible. We set for more than 15 minutes before we were given menus and had out drink order taken. The appetizers came out late with our salads. This took another 30 minutes. Our entrees came 30 minutes later. Due to the poor service and other commitments we passed up ordering desert at 10:30 pm. Hope this is just a rare occasion and not a new trend in service.
I have been to several Palm restaurants in the country and this location was probably the most casual I had ever been to. It was New Year's Eve and our first time to the Denver location. the hostess was wearing a black dress with black flip flops. Hostesses don't even wear flip flops at Outback. There were customers in sports apparel, which I suppose could be understood because there was a football game earlier that day. But really, I didn't see a dress code enforced here at all here like in other Palm restaurants.
I had been wanting to try this restaurant for a long time. I made a reservation for NYE. My wife and I both ordered steaks medium-plus, both were delivered rare. She sent hers back, I decided not to because I didn't want to deal with it. When they brought her steak back out it was medium-rare so she had to send it back again. When they brought it back the second time it was dry and almost looked microwaved. A manager offered to bring her a new steak cooked medium-well. When the new steak arrived it was medium-rare and had to be sent back once again. The second time the steak was cooked correctly. By this time I was finished with my meal and sat there while she ate her steak alone. I was very disappointed with this experience.
We went on New Years Eve and the place was packed. The service was impeccable none the less. We ordered the special “dinner for two” which included soup or salad, a shared portion of steak and lobster, a side, and a dessert. I think the food at Shannahan’s is more flavorful, although comparable. We had a great time!
Christmas Dinner at the Palm. Great sense of hospitality and the team makes you feel cared for. Steaks and seafood selections are top notch and we found some great gems on the wine list. Prices are appropriate for steakhouse genre but the connection to the team will make you want to come back.
I was really surprised at the quality of the food for the cost. The $50.00 steaks were ok. Not mouth-watering. The scalloped potatoes were very greasy as was the Wedge salad. The service was impeccable but I would not go back for just that. It was a disappointment for what we paid for.
My husband and I and my two boys dined at The Palm in Denver on Christmas Eve.
We ordered Steaks and they were so tuff very hard to chew. They forgot to put the order in for one of my boys and it finally came out when we were finished eating.
We were very disappointed because we really wanted a good meal and enjoy the evening.
we were not celebrating a special occasion although we were entertaining friends from Illinois. We were disappointed that they were out of lobster, lamb chops and a couple of appetizers. We were there on a Sunday night during the Christmas season.....Sunday night dining should not be different than Saturday night as far as the food selections.
Being San Antonio regulars, we decided to try the Denver Palm while in town. Food was cooked to perfection and proper temp. Donald, our server, catered to the children with their orders. Being we had to be some other place to be an hour after arrival, Donald ordered our meal ahead, making sure we got out in time so as not to be late. I would definitely return and recommend the restaurant to others.
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