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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
Went for Thanksgiving Buffet. Did not know that we were going at the last time slot available, and in fact the schedule on the door said they closed at the time of our reservation. They were basically out of turkey, and lots of people there at that time didn't get much if any of it. Really unfortunate on Thanksgiving Day. Seems like they should have offered a discount at that point. In addition, some of the buffet had clearly been sitting out for hours without refreshing, and the staff all looked exhausted. Salmon had dried out. Service was slow.
We always go to the Thanksgiving buffet. This year was a bit disappointing. The stuffing was bland, the gravy was a white chicken gravy. It didn't taste at all like turkey gravy. The meat station was VERY slow and by the time we got back to our table, everything was cold. The rolls were cold and hard. We don't have any family here so going there for Thanksgiving is usually very satisfactory....this year not so great.
We had a comfortable and friendly Thanksgiving meal at Table Mountain., for the second year in a row. The food is just fine, a family style buffet, with good service and a great price. Having no family in the area, I think that Table Mountain is a nice alternative for a couple who don't want to cook a,Thanksgiving meal.
Usually look forward to a holiday meal at Table Mountain. This Thanksgiving was a real disappointment. Turkey was dry and prime rib was raw (unable to even cut it). The enchiladas were tough and overcooked. The mashed potatoes were good. Always look forward to the cinnamon rolls, but even those were a disappointment. My son had an omelet and he said that was good. Not sure if we will be back for Christmas buffet.
Table Mountain Inn's Thanksgiving Buffet was a disappointment in 2016. First the pluses.
The turkey and prime rib were excellent -- high-quality meat, perfectly seasoned and cooked. The cheese enchiladas, eggs benedict, sausages, and breakfast potatoes all good. There was a nice salad bar with delicious smoked salmon. A variety of desserts were all high-quality and delicious, especially the pumpkin pie and the cream puffs. We missed having a tray of cooked vegetables like squash in addition to the green bean casserole; we also missed sweet potatoes, whipped cream for the pumpkin pie and traditional pecan pie (no chocolate please!). The mashed potatoes were lumpy and dry. We didn't care for the additional entrees of chicken and
baked salmon. The cornbread dressing was awful. For some reason, the chef added carrots to the dressing, which took away from the texture and taste of the dressing and made it mushy. We love dressing and look forward to it at a restaurant because most chefs make it so delicious. Not yesterday, unfortunately. Will we go back for Christmas or next year for Thanksgiving? Afraid not. We will look for someplace new.
We came to Table Mtn for Thanksgiving. This is the first time we ate out for a holiday. I must admit we were dubious about what would occur. Pleasantly surprised the food was good and nothing on the buffet was old and cold. They did have a time with all the folks lined up for turkey but when received it was wonderful. We are looking forward to going back.
Unfortunately, service and food quality have been going down hill the last 3 times we have eaten here. Table Mountain Inn used to be one our favorite southwest restaurants - been going since they opened. Now it has unfortunately ended up at the bottom of our list and it is unlikely we will go back to give them another try. The food has very little taste, the quality of ingredients is now no better than average chain restaurant, and the service is terrible. Our waiter this time brought an obvious dirty plate, never asked if we wanted coffee, was incredibly slow to fill beverages, never asked if the food was good, etc. It is very sad it has come to to this - the Table Mountain Inn used to be jewel in the awesome little town of Golden. Don't waste your time - go somewhere else.
Veteran's Day 'free dinner' for Vets. Apparently on Prime Rib this is limited to the lowest oz cut. I would have preferred and paid the difference for the largest cut , the one I normally get at dinner there. Also my 'free dinner' : I brought my wife so spent $40+ on dinner, and she also received the 'small ' cut.
Still worth it. Friday night alot of small kids, noisy, and I assume a number of FAC Happy Hour people. Good service, muffins limited to two, and Pearson to busy to chat.
I always go for the Prime Rib. Saturday night, it was below par. I ordered Med-rare. It came looking "brownish" like it had been warmed in the oven. It was flavorful but also had an enormous amount of fat. Prime rib is a "fatty" cut but this was excessive and indicative of a cheaper cut...disappointing! Not the usual fare for Table Mountain Grill!
We've now tried the Table Mountain Grill three or four times in the last couple of years, hoping the food would improve. Perhaps we're ordering the wrong things, but they continue to be off the mark for our tastes. The service is always great and friendly, and the setting is very nice, especially on the patio. However, the food was average or less: The guacamole was very fresh, but we had to mix in all of the salsa to improve the flavor; the steak fajitas had a good flavor from the sautéed onions and peppers, but the beef strips were tough and chewy; and the cherry pinon chicken was too salty, especially the accompanying mashed potatoes. In addition to the great service, the happy hour margaritas were the high points. So, in the future, we might just stick to happy hour stuff.
My 12 year old grandson and I had a very enjoyable dinner at Table Mesa Inn. Street taco appetizer, beef tenderloin fajitas, tender corn-green chili muffins, Golden burger, and chocolate taco. Ample portions. Super service, advice, and friendliness from Tony, our main server.
Our waiter Dan was warm and friendly. Although clearly busy he took time to talk with us and answered questions. Golden is scenic and often unknown as a fun place to shop. The restaurant has a a fun bar and large selection of local craft beers-a great spot to eat after spending the afternoon hiking.
I think Tyler was our server and he was the best!! Courteous, water was never empty and kept my son's Arnold Palmer full! Brought my friend and goddaughter from out of town and had never been but will definitely be back!! Eggs Benedict, hamburgers and breakfast burrito we great! Nice touch with the cinnamon buns!
I've been to this restaurant several times over the years, and have always enjoyed the food and atmosphere. On this particular occasion, our service was poor. We arrived at the restaurant and sat down at 10:25, but still didn't have our food by 11:05. The waitress didn't seem to notice how long it was taking. When I finally asked, she said the kitchen was backed up and apologized. She came back a couple of times and said "it's coming right up" when in fact it wasn't forthcoming. This caused a loss of credibility with the waitress.
The slow service wasn't only the kitchen's fault. Even as to those things within her control, like water refills, coffee, checking in, etc., the waitress was not very attentive. It also didn't seem like the restaurant was all that busy. It didn't make sense. In any event, I like the restaurant and will definitely return.
We had a nice brunch on the patio as part of a bicycle ride. The food was good and the service was very good. The portions and in particular the biscuits were what I would call truck stop portions and could have been half the size. A non dairy milk sub like almond milk or soy milk would be a nice add as one of our guests is not able to consume milk. TC
Food was quite good, although some dishes were better (shrimp taco) than others (fried calamari). Our waiter was wonderfully understanding and patient with us. Two toddlers, parents, and we two grandparents who arrived an hour late due to being rear-ended en route. I inhaled the kids Mac and cheese, which was delicious and settled the jitters.