that celebrates the cultural heritage and adventurous spirit of the American West, prepared with a modern day sophistication. range features a bar offering a wide selection of local beers, liquors and
wines, a private dining room and a wood fired oven, in which much of the fare will be prepared. In addition to offering daily featured dishes, the
menu will change seasonally and will offer a large selection of shareable plates in addition to entrees and side dishes.
range also offers free valet for all guests.
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Sun 5:00PM - 6:00PM 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Mon 11:30AM - 11:45AM 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 1:30PM 5:00PM - 6:00PM 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Tue - Thu 5:00PM - 6:00PM 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Fri 11:30AM - 11:45AM 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 1:30PM 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Sat 8:00PM - 10:00PM
This place is terrible. I ordered a draft beer, and it came to table an inch low which is less than 12oz. I explained that a pint should be at least 16 ounces, SA agreed and sent it back for a new one. Second one came in a clearly dirty glass and tasted like soap. Finally settled on just give me a can of beer... in the can. The bartender that working that night was a heavyset girl with a red ponytail, who I could clearly hear from where I was sitting complaining about me as a patron to the server. Very professional. I don't know if she was having a bad night or what, but she needs to learn how to pour a beer. I saw several other people send back drinks at the bar so I guess it's not just me that feels this way
My server (or SA not sure) name was Mike. He was not friendly or helpful and I only saw him about once every 20 minutes. Terrible service. Gavin I am told was my server, he seemed really nice the one time he checked in
For dinner I got the steak and frites which was actually a pretty good dish, I would give it a solid B+ and based solely upon food 4 stars, but the chimichurri is the worst that I ever had. It smelled and tasted like Copenhagen chewing tobacco or "dip". Not even sure how that's possible but I regretted putting it on my steak. For the record, I usually love chimmichurri, have had it all over South America and enjoy making it in my home. This made me want to puke
I generally always tip 20% or more, but i. this case I simply could not bring myself to do that.
We dined on a sunday night (likely part of the issue).
The bartender was working the bar and waiting tables. He did a great job however it seemed like a bit much for 1 person.
Food was good, not great. I ordered the scallops. Scallops themselves were good to very good, was disappointed with the risotto.
What an experience!
This place is perfect for a date night, especially if you're watching a show at the Denver performing arts center. My bf and I saw a musical before dinner and were still able to park our car at the hotel (the restaurant is on the first floor of the Renessaint Hotel). If you show your tickets parking is complimentary for 6 hours! In addition, they take 20% off the entire meal!! Awesome deal!!!!
We ordered a bottle of wine, ribeye steak, and salmon. Everything was super rich with flavor! The ribeye was huge~ came with potatoes and a small avocado salad. The salmon was baked and plated on top of quinoa salad. Very very good!!!! We finished everything including the bottle of wine~
Our server, Holly, was very nice and attentive! Overall, the ambience is romantic, modern, and fancy. The lobby connected to the restaurant is very nice too!! Great for pictures :)
My roasted chicken was cold inside. I spent it back. When the server brought it back, it was still cold inside (yuck!) I told them to just take it. They apologized and took it off the bill, but didn't even offer a complementary dessert or coffee, after I waited all that time to get my roasted chicken!
I would recommend range with the caveat that, in my opinion, the “casual” description given in the restaurant’s promo misleads one’s pricing assumptions. It was worth the price because of the complimentary parking associated with theater tickets. Very nice staff.
This was probably the most impressive staff I have had the pleasure of dining with. My server Holly was so accommodating of our theatre schedule and our hostess was attentive.
We got a lot better service at the Range Restaurant than the Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel!
Repeat visit (many times), it's a great choice for pre-theatre with parking and a 20% total check discount but even without that discount, very good value-for-money for well-prepared and presented cuisine in a great setting.
The burgers were good but the wrap was tasteless and the chicken was dry.
Great food and service. High wine markups
Range is located in the Renaissance Hotel building. On this occasion the doors between the restaurant and the hotel were wide open with a very loud reception going on. It was difficult to carry on a conversation.
While the service and waiter were very good, the food not so much. The tomato soup and corn bread appetizers were good. What followed not. The Garden salad contained wilted lettuce saturated in an oily dressing. It was returned. The bison meatloaf was good but overwhelmed by a hot sauce. The salmon appeared properly cooked, with a rare center, but was dry nevertheless. All in all, Range was a great disappointment.
Very disappointing. Food quality was mediocre and very overpriced.
The service was excellent. The waiter made a couple of excellent suggestions. He was training a new waitress and she was also very pleasant. The food was priced well for the level of expertise in each dish. If I lived closer I would be a regular.
Great food. Fun lobby bar if you want to get a drink beforehand.
This place is AMAZING! The atmosphere is really unique (speaking as a former bank employee), the food was fantastic and the service was stellar! Perfect for dinner before a theater performance or anything else downtown.
We enjoyed our dinner. It was a bit expensive for what we ordered, but it was an overall good experience.
Good food and restaurant
Food prep on steak filet had 4-5 different temperatures within the same piece of meat depending which side I cut into it. You can’t mess with filets.
We were in Denver for a business meeting and selected Range for dinner. The service was exceptionally prompt and thorough. The food was fresh and seasoned appropriately. I had a salmon dish that was cooked to perfection. My coworker had the steak and was very pleased with the taste, tenderness and temperature of it. Highly recommend.
To be fair, we did not eat anything here. But that wasn't because we didn't want to, it's because nobody came to our table for 10 minutes so we got up and left.
The food was very mediocre. Don’t order the cornbread or meatloaf. Flatbread was ok and the bratwurst was actually good. Drinks were good. Waitstaff very nice.
Ask for the bacon that’s not on the menu...so yummy!
Once we settle down for dinner in the "lobby," which is actually the main dining room, the ambiance was fine. Before that we were in the bar and could barely hear each other. The menu was very good and the actual food even better.
Food was okay, but not special. Service was bad and space was very noisy.
This was a great place for a business lunch. Great (attentive) service and the portions matched the price. Tasty and creative. I especially liked the candied habanero bacon on the turkey club. Another nice service point was constant refill of water and lemonade/ice teas. I will return.
Excellent service. The food was delicious and the portions were reasonably sized and the deserts were a perfect ending
We went to enjoy a show at the theater and took advantage of the free valet! Dinner was amazing! Great prices for a wonderful dinner! The cheese board was wonderful and my steak was the best I have had in months!! Was a little noisy due to happy hour but nothing overwhelming! Highly recommend!!
Good service, amazing scallops & convenient parking in the 16th St Mall Garage. A nice menu with apps and entrees for everyone.
This was our second visit and it wasn't nearly as good as the first time we dined here. The food was just average and it was extremely loud sitting near the lounge area.
Wow amazing experience! Loved the variety of food and the scallops were the best I’ve ever had!
Perfect pre theater dining. Food and service was excellent.
The dinner and a show deal is excellent. The food and service were both great. We’ll definitely be back!
Albeit a Monday but they were able to seat 8 of us on very short notice.
Our favorite restaurant in downtown Denver. The food was excellent, well presented and delicious. We will be back again!
Excellent experience, great food and service. The pork collar was amazing!
Good service. Food was okay for the price. The spring pea soup was delicious but the chicken on grits was overly salted. Good wine selection.
There was no one who worked in the restaurant present when we got there. After waiting 10 min or more we probably should have just left but we stayed and sat down. They took our orders. Everything came out just meh. Eggs and potatoes seemed like they had been under a heat lamp. The pancakes were rubbery. It just wasn’t worth paying for honestly. Also after our food came out all the staff disappeared again for quite awhile. We just had to sit there and wait for a check for some awful food
Had an 8:45pm reservation. We didn't see our server for quite a while, but thankfully the person who brought us our water (Mike?) was helpful. He took our drink order, then later when we still hadn't seen our server he took our appetizer order. At this point our was 9:15 or so and our actual waiter finally came to see us. The restaurant looked pretty dead, and with an 8:45 reservation we didn't see our food until around 9:30. Normally this would be fine, but apparently they close at 10:00... and I wouldn't have known this if not for the fact that they started clearing every nearby table, stacking chairs upside down on tables (quite loudly) right next to us while we were still eating. We felt VERY unwelcome at that point, and told that to our server... coincidentally, right as someone was loudly stacking chairs on the table right next to us. I literally pointed to the chair stacking behind me and asked, "You see this, right?" As we wrapped up very quickly at that point (10:15 at this point) the person who was doing the horribly obnoxious cleanup work around us, while we were trying to not feel like a huge burden, came by. He attempted to apologize by saying he hoped that we understood that he has a life outside of the restaurant and that they could give recommendations for other places we could go. Our last words on the way out the door were, "Just stop, that's not the point at all."
WTF. Seriously... WTF.
Thanks, I don't need any recommendations, but i will certainly find somewhere else next time. Sorry for making a reservation a full hour and fifteen minutes before your closing time *rolling my eyes so hard I hope you can hear it*
Minor point - the meatloaf was dry, and our server said we weren't that first that day to make that comment.
Good place for a business lunch. Menu is pretty standard fare for hotel restaurants and the food is acceptable. The ambiance of the restaurant is good, but you have step out into the lobby of the Renaissance Hotel, just outside the restaurant, to fully appreciate the experience of dining in a converted grand old bank building with huge marble pillars and beautiful murals, an enormous bank vault door and other features that make it easy to envision its former life as a busy downtown bank lobby full of customers, bank tellers and loan officers. A truly beautiful spot that Renaissance Hotels deserves credit for preserving so well.
Communication was poor. It took forever to get food and my party was half of the restaurant on a Sunday early evening. Way too many options that are better in Downtown Denver.