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About Table Mountain Grill and Cantina
Monday - $18.99 Prime Rib Dinner (dinner only)
Sat & Sun - Brunch & Happy Hour 9am -Noon
Join us for Happy Hour! with $6 Giant Margaritas, Nachos & Burgers happening 2-6pm and 9-11pm daily!
Ask about our large selection of Gluten Free options!
Golden, CO 80401
Mexican / Southwestern, American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:00am - 10:30am; Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 2:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm;
Dinner Nightly: 4:30pm - 10:00pm; Happy Hour 2-6pm & 9-11pm daily
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Full service catering is available for groups for 10-1,000.
Contact Lisa Lindgren at 303.216.8033 or email@example.com
Free Garage Parking as well as private lot and free street parking.
The RTD 16 stops across the street.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
We can accommodate your group for any special occasion from 10-150 people.
Table Mountain Grill and Cantina Ratings and Reviews
The service was great, but the food unfortunately was not as good as it has been in the past. Our appetizer, calamari, was overcooked and unedible. My beef burrito was marketed as 'seasoned shaved prime rib'. It was flavorless, a lesser cut of meat, and very tough. The white rice had no seasoning and the black beans tasted like they came out of a can. I have eaten at this restaurant many times before, and really enjoy their brunch menu. Unfortunately our dinner, on Valentine's Day, was not memorable at all.
Great place for lunch or brunch with a friend! Food is tasy, ambiance is quiet & relaxed, service non-intrusive. 2 yummy little cinnamon rolls brought to our table on arrival! Lovely touch for a Sunday lunch. Quiche is fabulous- perfectly cooked and flavored. Never disappointed in a meal here in a dozen years.
Myself and my date arrived early and the place was packed to the point of being no seats available even at the bar. We checked in 15 min. early and although they couldn't seat us right away, still took us 5-10 min.early. Upon showing us a table, I noticed a booth empty and asked if we could have it. It had been reserved I was told but the waitress checked anyway and we were given the booth.
It's that special attention to the customers wants and needs that is one of the reasons Table Mountain Grill is so special. I will definitely be going back and recommending it to anybody who asks.
I've been coming to the TMI for a few years and really enjoy it. The food is very good and atmosphere is nice. Weekends can be a bit crowded and are louder, weekdays not so much so. I would recommend this to friends. Not crazy expensive, good food, nice bar, a bit loud at times but you still can talk.
We were there new years day - the place was very busy so glad we had reservations. We are all vegetarians and were looked at funny when we said no green chilli on our meals. Breakfast was very good. Service was somewhat slow, but understandably so. Cinnamon rolls that came with brunch were hot and awesome. Enjoyed banana bread french toast - wasn't too heavy. Overall it was a good place for local fare.
I had Pinon Cherry Chicken which was fine. My wife had Caesar Salad with Mahi Mahi; the salad was fine but there were only four pieces of chopped fish, each about one and a quarter by 3/8 inches in size - barely enough to call it a Mahi Mahi salad. She probably would have done better with the Rock Shrimp, but who knows? Previously the Salmon Caesar has been very well proportioned and nice.
food is great. The host/manager is very rude. When checking in, we were told that there was a 30 minute wait and were told to go have drinks in the bar. The restaurant had over 10 tables open. Once I mentioned that we had made a reservation, we were told that we were 15 minutes early and forced to wait 20 minutes before someone came back to the hostess stand Then we were taken to a table and told that only the walk-ins had to wait their "standard 30 minutes". I think this is insulting and ridiculous. It was obvious they were trying to get our party to run up a bar tab. It doesn't matter how good the food is, if the service is poor and leadership (or lack of ) sets the tone for the service.
I brought my girlfriend there for a romantic Christmas evening. We were able to set near the window in the bar and eat a fine meal and watch the snow fall through all the Christmas lights on the main street. The evening everything you would hope for for a Holiday special occasion.
Have dined here several times over the years. Food typically is really good. This time my dinner was luke warm. The other two diners said there food was fine. Place was busy so maybe the waitress let it sit a little too long before serving. Would still go back again.
We had the Thanksgiving buffet, so this may not be a great indication of the restaurant's normal service or fare. I went for the prime rib, not being a huge fan of turkey. The prime rib would have been good except they sliced little medallions off the roast, which cool down pretty quickly. Had it been warmish, I imagine the prime rib might have been tasty, but room temp it didn't have much flavor. Additionally, with the thin-ness of the slice, there wasn't much to taste. The eggs benedict were decent, good ham and hollandaise, but the egg was underpoached with the white still a little runny. The cornbread stuffing was excellent, as was the chocolate fountain with a huge stack of creampuffs. Overall okay, I didn't have to cook, but not great
We were disappointed with their prime rib- it is supposed to be the signature dish - but it was mostly fat and gristle- basically inedible. Sides were OK, but we left 90% of the meat. The manager and waiters were around, but they did not seem to notice that we are returning almost all the roast beef.
Unlike in previous years most entrees no longer come with a choice of sides which now have to be paid extra. For some, that makes it cheaper, me on the other hand...
The menu appears to have fewer options now - fine my me.
Try the Barmen Pilsner, made in small batches at Coors, it's an authentic German Pilsner.
The corn bread muffins were quite dry. The clam chowder was lukewarm at best. We were overcharged for the clam chowder because it was supposed to be an addition to our meal at $2.99 and instead we were charged $3.99 per cup as if we ordered it seperately. The margaritas tasted mostly like margarita mix and no tequila. My daughter's drink glass stayed empty sitting at the end of the table for the longest time. The prime rib was mostly fat. Overall, very disappointing.
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