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About Randolph's at Warwick Denver Hotel
Discover a Classic Hotel Bar and Restaurant
Randolph's serves contemporary American Cuisine and classic cocktails in a backdrop of comfortable elegance. Here, patrons take pleasure in wine tastings, wine dinners, Denver’s best Happy Hour, networking events and business lunches. Our chef offers a menu that is artful, yet unpretentious, changes seasonally and is complemented by an award-winning wine list.
Denver, CO 80203
American, European, Continental
Hours of Operation:
Enjoy Happy Hour Monday through Friday 4pm-7pm
Breakfast: Everyday- 6:30am - 11am
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday -11am - 2pm
Lunch: Monday - Friday 11am - 2pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday 5pm - 10pm
Grant & 18th
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Let Warwick Denver Hotel help to plan your events and catering needs in downtown Denver, Colorado. Our professional events team provides professional service to create an event of a lifetime in Denver. Our acclaimed culinary team and award-winning chefs can create sumptuous regional cuisine and full-service catering that will add Mile High flavor and flair to any event. Warwick Denver Hotel also offers great incentive and meeting packages for a variety of events and budgets...
Complimentary Valet Parking at the Warwick Hotel.
Private Party Facilities:
Randolph's serves contemporary Colorado cuisine with a Rocky Mountain flare in a backdrop of comfort. Here, you can take pleasure in the masterful creations of our talented and well-trained culinary staff, Denver's Best Happy Hour Cocktails and special events to accommodate groups of any size.
Private Party Contact:
Sean Owens: (303) 832-0308
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Randolph's Denver hosts a variety of special events centered around the local community and the Denver lifestyle.
Upcoming events include :
Easter Brunch at the Warwick Hotel
Mothers Day Brunch
Wine and Beer tasting events
Wine Spectacular Auction for charity
Randolph's at Warwick Denver Hotel Ratings and Reviews
The Thanksgiving brunch buffet was absolutely wonderful. We were surprised by the quality of all the various food offerings. Our family sampled almost everything and eveyone raved about everything. Save room for cupcakes, because they are amazing! Most of the tables for the buffet are located within nice conference rooms (one with live music) and include windows looking out. Only a handful of tables were located within a very wide hallway section, and had very poor ambiance by comparison. We would not recommend these tables and is the single reason we did not give 5 stars overall. $75+ per person should come with excellent ambiance regardless of seating location. We will be back next year and will request seating with the music and views.
A very nice Thanksgiving brunch. Turkey was perfectly juicy, a fantastic brioche dressing, great assortment of pre-dinner yummies. It was busy but the servers were super attentive. The flamenco guitars were a nice touch, altho being right nest to them it got loud. Bravo to the chefs and staff. The Warwick is also a nice place to stay.
Originally went to Randolph's for the Sunday Brunch but ended up selecting from the regular menu because the items on the buffet appeared to have been sitting there for sometime. They looked tired and not very appetizing.
Staff was very attentive and made you feel welcome. They wanted to please.
Had a business lunch, sat on the patio since it was a lovely day. Traffic was a little loud, service was a bit slower than usual, a bit busier than my previous visit. Wonderful salad, nice presentation, unique. Portions are a little smaller than other restaurants (most others are over-sized). Definitely order a large salad, unless you're not that hungry. A large is the perfect lunch portion.
Randolph's has a new chef and a new menu and boy are they good! We had dinner with friends, there were 5 of us. I chose Randolph's because it's possible to have a conversation there and I was intrigued that they had updated their restaurant along with the rest of the property. The salad selections were inventive, the gazpacho intriguing, the Springtime Risotto was the ultimate comfort food and the desserts really hit the mark. Everyone there will return to see how the chef grows and changes. This is a definite Don't Miss on Denver's marvelous food scene.
Disappointing. Had been visiting Randolph's for a couple of years prior to attending Philharmonic Symphony at the Prebyterian church around the corner and had loved this dining experience. However, recent change in menu (new chef? Or new owner?) which was over priced , a mediocre hamburger cost $17.00!! No longer able to get the most delicious signature Randolph's salad. Very uninteresting or uncreative menu for the entrees and they were pricey.
Continues to have good wine selection. Th outdoor patio is very nice, and the resterant has a lovely ambiance with a fireplace .
Really sad about this chime in the menu.
This was a very disappointing visit. It took almost 2 hours to get our food and when the food did arrive, our steaks were cold. The restaurant was not busy in the slightest so there did not seem to be a reason for the delay nor did the waiter even acknowledge that it was taking so long. It was so disappointing because we were looking forward to a special evening and a lovely dinner and did not have either.
The location, interior design and outside seating and view are great! The wait staff were very good. Prices on the menu looked reasonable. The food - not so much. Two of us had pasta dishes that were so boring that we would have preferred Noodles & Co. The chicken and risotto was better but the risotto was mushy. The pork chop dish was the winner at our end of the table. The Caesar salad was very good.
So the price to value wasn't there, especially the pasta dishes. $19..00 mainly basic pasta with bland sauce, minimal other ingredients & 1 piece of bread...
We wanted a "special" dessert for my in-laws 60th anniversary for them. The heart was there - they made a dark chocolate with chili powder? wafers. They made enough for all - very nice but 1. they don't like dark chocolate 2. didn't like chili powder 3. they melted on their fingers 4. since we didn't want to waste it, we didn't order other desserts that we would have shared to try. I should have been more specific so that is my bad.
The consensus from the group was that "it's too bad the food wasn't better".
Easter brunch was great! Food choices were standard brunch fare but top notch. The salad bar could use a few more choices. The Asparagust Soup was delicious. My kids loved the carving station -- true carnivores. Really enjoyed the specialty drink -- Elder Flower Proseco (?) Delicious! The guitar music was a very nice touch --- not too loud, great background music. We had a great time.
Every item on the buffet brunch was excellent! If they offer a brunch upstairs again we would love to attend. The staff was very nice and the two guys playing the guitar were excellent. We even bought a CD from them and we love it! Thank you for a very lovely Easter!
This was our 2nd visit to the Randolph, the 1st time was for a family Sunday Brunch for Grand PA's birthday to kickoff Super Bowl Sunday. It was a very Patrioti start to our big day. Our 2nd visit was on a Saturday evening, dinner with new friends, new to Denver. A big plus for the Randolph is ambiance, excellent decor and relatively quiet, you can have a nice conversation with those you ate dining with. The menu is traditiona and the food was well prepared with good meat, fish and vegetarian options.
If traditional hotel dinning room ambiance suits you and you are looking to comfortably converse with your dinning partners the Randolph is an excellent choice.
We hit up the Warwick enroute to a concert at the Fillimore. The bar & bartender were great, excellent service, and small plates (that were anything but small) of excellent quality (nicoise salad with lovely seared tuna, yum!). Highly recommend the Manhattans...
As average as they come. Expectations high due to the other reviews I read. Experienced a truly awful rib pork chop. They accommodated and quickly swapped with another dish ,but the damage had been done.
Bartender super in addressing shortcomings with the food. Kudos to him.
My sister and I truly enjoyed our dinner at Randolf's. We had never been and found by searching great restaurants in Denver. We were very impressed with the meal options. I had the Stroganoff and the fresh made noodles were out of this world! There dessert menu was just as impressive. We wanted to try all of the items, but ultimately decided on the creme brulee. Very good!! The servers were very attentive and friendly as well.
It was the perfect meal prior to show at the DCPA.
We live north of Denver and it was a 45 min drive for us. I would easily make the drive for dinner at Randolf's again.
We went with a group of 12 for brunch. The prices are comparable to other brunch places in Denver and cheaper than expected for a hotel restaurant. The food was fabulous though some people said theirs was a bit cold. Drinks were expensive though so this is not a great boozy brunch location. The wait staff was attentive and offered separate checks without us having to ask which was nice.
As usual : Randolphs is still our favorite restaurant in the Denver area. Food was fabulous, service outstanding and ambience, perfect. Had a small group of friends join us because they had given us a gift certificate knowing it was our favorite!! We'll b back...for the umpteenth time soon.
Service was seriously lacking. 20+ mins to get a beer. Food didn't come out at the same time. Was charged more than I was expecting based on the menu. Food was good. Some desserts ran out on the buffet. Piano player was fun. Ambient setting. Would not go again based on service issues - people at tables were opening bar tabs to get drinks rather than wait on their servers.
Went there for Thanksgiving Dinner with a date. The only positive about the whole experience was the ambiance created by the talented piano player.
Appetizers: The clam chowder was average.
Entree: Prime Rib, served extremely rare and barely warm (not hot as expected).
Mash potatoes served room temperature.
Stuffing served room temperature.
Vegetables per limited menu were broccoli and cauliflower only, yuck. Only substitution were carrot and cucumber. Both carrot and cauliflower were old, raw and tasteless.
Dessert: Cheese cake was average, not bad, not good.
Altogether, a total waste of $91 plus $20 tip.
I usually don't write reviews at all, unless the experience was way above average.
This negative review for a restaurant is my first!
This was Thanksgiving and for the price, I expected the food to be excellent. It wasn't. The turkey came out dry and everything was highly salted. It was also not hot. They replaced my meal with monster turkey and no salt, but the stuffing was mushy and under cooked. I had to bites. The salad and dessert buffet was good.
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