Celebrate at Urban Farmer, Denver’s Steakhouse. Located in the heart of lower downtown, featuring three vintage inspired private and semi-private spaces, Urban Farmer Denver is the ideal location to host your next event.View Private Dining Details
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Sunday, May 13, 2018
The food, the atmosphere, the drinks, the service. 10/10. This place surpassed my expectations.
The service from start to finish was excellent. There was always someone there when we needed, just the right amount of check ins and drink refills, great recommendations and knowledge on the menu/ history of the restaurant. We were able to split 4 sides between 5 people and each get a steak, leaving so full we couldn't even get dessert! Th asparagus and wax bean was my favorite side. The fingerling potato tart was also a hit.
Hi-End, expensive steakhouse. Food was delicious. It was a very memorable dinner.
Great food, service, and atmosphere -- one of the best steaks we've had in Denver!
Lovely decor. Food was very good. The table side mushrooms and tartare were well done. Nice presentation. Good value. Definitely will go back.
Phenomenal! Food, service, ambiance all were excellent! Great spot for a special occasion dinner!
Great restaurant, healthy food options, excellent cocktail menu and wine list. Upscale, casual ambience, not too stuffy at all.
Wait staff is Great.!!
We had a fantastic time here. The food was excellent- definitely try the cheese board, they bring a cheese chart table side. Our waitress was very knowledge and even told me about an off the menu vegetarian option. The whole family loved their meal and the sustainability of the restaurant and it’s ingredients.
This place was exceptional. Higher end of things price-wise, but absolutely loved up to it.
Somewhat disappointed with my Bison Ribeye, sides were amazing
I would really like to speak to a manager. I am a once a month $200 to $500 customer and would like to have a conversation about my sub par experience tonight.
It was a very busy night and the staff worked extremely hard to offer great service to everyone. The hostess even accommodated our request to move to a quieter table. Even with the volume of guests, our food came out in a timely manner and was delicious. It’s an expensive restaurant, so we’ll save it for special occasions.
Casual chic and the brand is on point. Food is top notch, I can’t wait to go back again
I would actually recommend Urban Farmer to friends, just not to their Easter brunch buffet. I've eaten there many times, and it was delicious every time, except for this past Sunday. The first problem I had was that I was only allowed 1 Mimosa or Bloody Mary. For the price they charged ($75 per person) it should have been bottomless. The second problem is that all the hot food was cold. It was displayed on counters with lights shining on the platters, but that didn't cut it. I don't think this restaurant has a lot of experience with the buffet style of dining. It seemed like they were doing it just for the money.
Food was absolutely delicious. Our waiter was great with recommendations. I cannot wait to go back.
It was a birthday dinner and it was AMAZING! Menu selections were so exciting, and delicious!! Great service
Over priced food, seafood tower way overpriced for amount of food, service was outstanding as was the table side preparation of mushrooms, probably wouldn’t return solely based on value. Restaurant is beautiful so are bathrooms
Overpriced menu and slow service. Went for happy hour, but after trying an appetizer, closed out and went elsewhere to have dinner.
Great service by Holly. The food, cocktails and wine were excellent. The Oregon Pinot Noir went well with the sea scallops and mushrooms.
I would not recommend teh chopped salad. It was not disgusting as I ate it because I was hungry. I don't personally agree with choosing all dark meat from teh chicken and smoking it....that was all I could taste.
Great local food and great service. We were on schedule to see a show at the DCPA and they made sure we were out in time.
Chicken was not cooked. Returned. Everyone else’s Mesa was fine.
The restaurant is more spacious than it looks. Although the restaurant was full, noise level was good enough so that we could have a normal conversation without raising our voices. The steak tasting was such a fabulous idea! Although my preferred steak cut is the ribeye, which I will go for next time. Great wine list. Our server was very knowledgeable on both the food and the wine. Love the cheese and charcuterie bar. If you put everything I like about all the great steakhouses I've eaten at, Urban Farmer has all that but with a twist from the classics.
Service was excellent! Great atmosphere and delicious food.
Leaving three stars because of the service
The good - ALL the food and drinks were amazing, flavorful, and worth waiting for.
Table side beef tartar preparation was a highlight.
The bad - 35 mins after being seated before being brought water/menu (after asking for it and had a reservation - they weren't full), another 15 mins on top of that to get a drink. Waitress was very uninterested in serving us and basically left the overall impression that we were inconveniencing her by having her do her job.
Was it worth $369 + tip (and we still tipped 20% even though she didn't deserve it)... probably not because of the service which is a shame since the food was so amazing.
Food , service, and ambiance were great. Kind of pricey, though.
We have been to Urban Farmer in Portland and loved it. The Denver location met our expectations. Great food, great service and great atmosphere.
I was in Denver for a conference and saw Urban Farmer while walking from Union Station. The hostess easily accommodated our group. The setting was perfect as we were a group of Deaf/Hearing adults who needed clear sightlines to communicate. Matt was our server. He was great, offering suggestions that were spot on. We had salmon, steak, chicken, mac n cheese, and scallops. Everyone was more than happy with food choices. Great place to sit and visit with great food!
Food was excellent. I think they we slightly under staffed as the service was extremely slow.
Food was excellent! Service was horrible. Waiter walked past us several times and saw that our drinks were empty. Was generally unfriendly and clearly not wanting to work the brunch shift.
The house made English muffins are incredible
They sold me a USDA Choice rib eye and advertised it as wagyu and charged 78 dollars for it. It was well cooked but I can get that steak anywhere for 25 dollars. Not sure if they know the difference or thought I wouldnt know the difference.
For months now, I’ve looked forward to dining here. The wait wasn’t all worth it.
To start, my dining partner and I shared a half dozen oysters. It’s hard to go wrong with fresh oysters unless you serve the liquid mignonette with just a FORK and the smallest piece of lemon known to mankind, and they did. This was not a good start.
I had the Foie Gras. Although the Foie Gras was nice, the ebelskiver ball was dry and the over-reduced cranberry compote, far too tart. I’ve made a better ebelskiver at home since I was ten.
My partner shared a bite of his charred octopus. Burnt to a cinder best describes the bitterness and char on this poor sea creature. Lucky for the mussels…They were notably missing from the bonfire of sauce-less burnt bits that filled the rest of the bowl.
Service was slow, both with drinks and food. The atmosphere was noisy and off putting, and we were shoved in the back next to the party room to watch the rest of the restaurant patrons from afar.
The martinis—decoratively small and overpriced. Canned green olives...really?
At this point in the meal I wanted to hate the steak, but it was so incredibly delicious that I couldn’t. However, the twice cooked fingerling potato tart failed miserably. It arrived so late to the meal, we had nearly finished our steaks. (poor service again) It could have used a third cooking as the fingerlings were underdone. Raw potatoes at a steak restaurant is a first for me.
As the most expensive steak meal I’ve had in Denver, by a hundred bucks, I can’t see going back. Not when so many steak restaurants do it so much better.
Our meal was spectacular. A smidge on the salty side, but still delicious. Great drinks, Coors Banquet on tap, fabulous service. A great place for my carnivore husband's birthday.
We had a wonderful meal, nice atmosphere , with great staff.
For my first time in this restaurant, the service and food was excellent. Fresh and local how can you beat that!
This is the best restaurant in Denver! From the presentation of the meal, wine pairings to the quality of food. All first rate!
Service was great and food and drinks gave really good each time I have gone. Highly recommend.
The steak tartare was excellent and prepared at the table, which was interesting and fun.
The staff and service was friendly yet professional and our server did a great job explaining the menu since it was our first visit. While the ambience and décor was very "uptown", it was a bit too noisy for me. it was difficult to have a conversation with the four folks at the table.