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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
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.
I’ve had worse. The best part about the experience (besides my date) was the burrata toast. I ordered the “prime wagyu ribeye” and was sorely disappointed. I ordered it MR and it came out med well and it was just a terrible piece of meat. I would’ve sent it back for something different if we had time...we had plans to go to a show so that didn’t happen. I have been around steaks for a LONG time and I have never had one that bad. Service was ehh, nothing to go back for. We had fun at the show after dinner though so not all was lost!
Extremely loud venue in spite of there being few people in it. We had to shout to hear and be heard by each other. Food was subpar—mushy gnocchi and spaetzli; over-cooked and super salty chicken; uninspired venison; salty everything pretty much—just a disappointing meal all around. Service was fine. Waste of a date night dinner and money but at least now we know.
With a reservation, waited 25mins for a table. Seated in uncomfortable flow(felt disregarded),not until the waitress rec. her tip@40% of bill did we rec. her attention(perhaps she will "free her mind" of appearances for the next time). Food for two of us was good(bone marrow/bison ribs) rib eye for 3rd person was overcooked, when "MR" was requested_(some pink should be present, yes?---none was and was cold, not "cool/or rested", but cold. Desserts-of banana brulee/bread pudding were creamy and worth the calories. The mixologist -Bravo-on dessert martinis. Would I recommend to friends?-Undecided. they travel the world on a monthly basis. Colorado can/does/always has reach/exceed -foodies/mindfulness ,-desires.
We were really looking forward to a Sunday-fun-day of brunch and then a show at DPAC. Range had reservations and we’d never been, so we tried it. We’re not picky and pretty easy going, just wanted a fun and tasty brunch. Range disappointed. The service, food and experience was unimpressive. And that’s generous. Some of it was just bad, eg: waiting 15 minutes for water and waitress (particularly baffling since we were literally their only 2 customers), and shrimp being served completely raw. Once was enough. I don’t plan to go back and wouldn’t recommend if asked.
PS: If you’re going for brunch, a head’s up from our visit... They don’t have brunch. It’s breakfast and then lunch, no in between. From our quick online research, we both had impression they did.
The service was excellent. I would have loved to have some bread with my soup/salad. Not having a cup or bowl option on the soup was inconvenient, although the bowls were actually smaller than I would ahve expected. The cookies with the check were delicious and a nice touch.
Food and ambiance were good. Interesting building-must check out the vaults in basement (old bank building that is now a hotel). Ask for Happy Hour menu. Entrees we had were salmon (good but a little dry so asked for sauces that were great and meatloaf was a big portion and pretty good.
The food was very delicious! We loved the corn and black bean chowder, hush puppies and the green chili shrimp and grits. The only negative about the restaurant is it’s very loud and sometimes difficult to hear the person you’re sitting across from. The valet was great! The restaurant validates your valet ticket. Overall a great place to eat.
Although have stayed in the hotel before, never dined there. Took advantage of a great theatre package although every diner receives free valet parking, not insignificant in downtown Denver these days. Salads were truly outstanding as were the entrees. Service matched the timing given we had to get to the theatre. Without question, will come back without needing to "watch the clock" and relax longer, look at dessert and probably have an even better experience than this first time which was, by itself, very good.
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