Rialto Cafe is perfect for celebrating special events in the heart of downtown Denver with room capacities suited for 20-200 guests. Ideal for rehearsal dinners, corporate meetings and events, baby or wedding showers, engagement parties, reunions and much, much more.View Private Dining Details
There were no other people there and somehow the service was worse than times I've been there when its crowded.
A favorite Sunday brunch spot. The mimosa and Bloody Mary bar is great. Menu items delicious. Hope to be back soon.
This is a solid 4 star restaurant. The service we had was excellent. The food was very good. The atmosphere is nice but a bit on the loud side. We were staying in the hotel, so this was very convenient and far better than many hotel restaurants. We'd heard the truffle fries were very good, so we ordered the steak and frites but asked for truffle fries instead of regular. Next time, I'd probably order them separately instead of topped with the steak & sauce. The sauce from steak drowned the fries which, by themselves, were excellent. Steak by itself was excellent as well. I think we will probably return.
Had tickets for the theater, they have a special 3 couse menu and 40% off of featured bottles of wine. That was a HUGE surprise, excellent dining experience, Nathan was great, made sure whole dinner was timed perfectlt so we got out the door exactly at the time we needed to. They even were great about subbing in for gluten free items.
Fabulous place. Great staff and fantastic fare. A favorite place, already looking forward to next visit.
Great pre-theatre dinner options and discounts for patrons with Denver Center tickets.
The best salads! Love the steak and wedge and also the tuna taro poke.
Everything was good and the he food excellent. Pricing very good.
Not impressed with the fruit and pastry bar. Cheaply done.
Otherwise, good as usual.
Brunch was tasty and love the fruit/pastries bar!!
Great about getting reservations before theater. Great staff! Very busy. Within walking distance to theater.
Our table at the Rialto Cafe was romantic and had a great 16th Street Mall view for people watching. The food was delicious, the service was very good, and the overall atmosphere was very nice!
Ate at the Rialto Café before heading to a concert at Boettcher Concert Hall. Got there around 5:30PM so we were eligible for happy hour and the great values they offer on wines by the glass and the bottle. They also had a nice pre-theatre menu...appetizer, main course and dessert for $29.99. They have a very nice, diverse menu and they pay for your parking if you are going to the theatre. You just park in the lot at Independence Plaza. We already have another reservation for a future theatre date!
I made a request on my reservation and they paid attention to it and seated us in what the hostess said was her quietest spot. Appreciated this!