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Located within the new Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel at the historic Colorado National Bank building, range will offer cuisine
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.
Denver, CO 80202
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 10:30am, Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 11:00am
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet services are offered through The Renaissance Denver City Center. All guests of range receive complimentary valet parking during any visit.
range is located within walking distance to multiple bus and light rail stops. We are happy to assist in offering directions.
Private Party Facilities:
Range offers our guest the ability to create the perfect space for any meal. Each event can be customized to fit your needs.
Private Party Contact:
Thomas Lloyd: (720) 726-4822
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
range offers happy hour monday thru friday from 4pm to 7pm.
range Ratings and Reviews
My wife and I went here for a date. We really enjoyed the cheddar puff, French onion soup and Brussels sprout salad. However, the entrees were only so so. I liked my Wagyu meatloaf well enough (nice large portion and tasty) but my wife wasn’t thrilled at all with the roasted chicken. If you don’t want steak, I would say that the menu was kind of limited. I’d go here again but it wouldn’t be at the top of my list for high end fine dining. My wife would probably pass altogether which realistically means I will probably never go again.
Great food! We split the warm brussel sprout salad, spinach spaetzle, and garnet yams. We were happy to find this restaurant on Open Table. It's part of the new hotel in the old Colorado National Bank building. Since it's right off the 16th Street Mall, it was easy to get to. We will definitely return.
The menu was different and interesting and the food was delicious. We thought the portions were large and in fact, shared an entrée since we had soup/salad as a starter. The restaurant was extremely busy but our server was excellent and took good care of everyone. We look forward to eating here again when we travel to Denver again.
I ordered the Grilled Waygu Meatloaf, tasty but a little overcooked. Needed a great sauce to compliment it. But portion was large and filling. My wife ordered the scallops and ate one and couldn't finish it due to the extreme fishy taste. We returned them. This is a hotel restaurant and a bit pricey for a hotel bar/restaurant.
I would eat there if I was staying at the hotel and didn't feel like venturing out.
The restaurant is very loud. Our salad order was forgotten and after waiting quite a while, we spoke to our waiter who apologized. He brought the salads within 5 minutes and said there would be no charge for them. This is what a restaurant should do when they make a mistake like that. Our entrees were very good. The pork collar dish was over salted. At the end of the meal we were told they wanted to comp us a dessert. We didn't want dessert, but appreciated the offer.
The service was very good. Attentive but not overly so. The food was not very good. The best thing was the cheddar balls - think cheddar gougeres but larger. Quite tasty with a house made apple jam. The wild mushroom gnocchi had minimal flavor. The mushrooms were a good selection but no distinct flavor among them and tough. The sauce was bland and although truffles were advertised, there was no truffle flavor. Gnocchi had a nice texture but overall a disappointment. The prime rib sandwich was nothing special and overpriced at $18. Should have stuck with my original Panzano booking but had been wanting to try range. The room was noisy with worn furniture and minimal ambience. Not worth the money.
The service was excellent and very professional, from the host to the waitress and the other servers who helped bring food to our table. Atmosphere was very nice and cozy. Beautiful entry to the hotel which has a bar in the lobby as well as in the restaurant. Food was good but not great. We felt it was somewhat overpriced. Quality of food was good, but it wasn't the most interesting in depth of flavors. I would like to try it again and see if I can be a bit more "wowed".
Range has a partnership with the DCPA offering 20% off your dinner + valet parking during dinner AND during your time at the theatre.
An extra bonus: Lots of choices on the menu, delicious and with great service. I chose the toasted Nochi. This was a very good vegetarian menu choice. There were several interesting options.
Went on a Tuesday night, fairly quiet in the restaurant. Ate the cauliflower tacos which were good, not great. The Manhatten was amazing. No bathroom in restaurant, had to go downstairs in main lobby of the building-did not feel thus was acceptable for a decent restaurant. Service was good, not amazing.
Our meal was fine, but nothing special--and certainly not special enough to match the price. Our salad (brussels sprouts, wild rice and squash) was the only stand-out delicious dish. Others were unremarkable (goat cheese fritters, and the fish special with roasted yams), or seriously over-salted (the scallops). Too bad, because it was the picture of the scallops on the website that brought us in!
It was a very good night...rare date night. We ordered 2 entrees...one we both really enjoyed, the other was just ok. With the passbook and the discounts on parking for the theater, this was an exceptional value. If we would have paid full price it would have been a bit pricey but for an occasional night out, it wasn't bad. Could see ourselves going back to the range.
The range is located inside the Renaissance Hotel on the corner of 17th & Champa in Downtown Denver. My wife and I had been to the range's two bars (one in the lobby and the other in the restaurant) several times in the past for happy hour, which runs until 7 PM, but never stayed for dinner, generally because we were full. This time it was her birthday and we planned more carefully. Even so, we stopped at the lobby bar before hand for drinks and an appetizer. She enjoyed the Gin & Berries while I had a very tasty Sazerac (never hurts to leave the wash in). We both enjoyed the Shrimp & Calamari Aquachile. We were seated for dinner at 8 PM, she with a glass of wine and myself a pint of stout. We both selected the Prime Ribeye, an 18-oz steak which ended up leaving plenty to serve as the main course for a meal at home. The steaks were perfectly cooked and about as tender as a Ribeye gets. The staff was welcoming, friendly and attentive. They even gave her a free piece of Chocolate Expresso Cake for her birthday, which she shared with me. I short, everything was right at the top of Very Good, nearly tipping into excellent territory. Really very good for a hotel restaurant. range will continue to be on our list of Happy Hour spots and will no be added to our special occasion list as well!
Overall, underwhelmed by our dining experience at range. Ordered the charcuterie plate before the meal - that was the best item we had all night. Steak was undercooked (ordered it medium), lamb chops were undercooked next to the bone (also ordered medium and medium rare), but the truffle mac'n cheese and cheesy grits were delicious. An okay dining experience and didn't feel that we got the value of our meal for the cost (~$250 for four people - one app, four entrees, and four alcohol drinks ordered).
We were a bit early for our reservation but were seated promptly. Our reservation was late and it was clear they were closing the section and getting ready for breakfast. The food was ok and so was the service. Not sure if we’d come back since there a lot of great dining options in Denver.
Excellent Brussels sprout salad and spicy shrimp and grits. The crusted salmon with lentils is so good. Only problem was the super high noise level so we almost had to shout to be heard. Also our waiter ignored us as I tried to catch his eye just to get some water. Again when we were waiting for our wine. Maybe he was stressed but we were thirsty!
Really disappointed in our experience. Server had too many tables. Our soup salads and sandwiches took forever. Couldn't get a draft beer because they thought lunch was a good time to clean the lines. Food was ok except for the French onion soup. That was basically bread soaked in onions with very little soup. Definitely not returning for our $60 lunch that wasn't worth the price or time.
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