The Weber is a small, charming, little cafe. Food was good. Service, well, it was VERY SLOW, only 3 tables and the one person sitting people and taking orders on a Saturday morning was more wrapped up in their phone than making sure the guests were satisfied. Had to ask for water and coffee many times. Other than that, very cute.
Slow service on a Sunday am
Had to ask for water slow food for breakfast
Pleasant for conversation which is what got 3rd star
We were staying in the Cherry Creek area on a recent visit to Denver. The Weber was a short, pleasant walk from our hotel. We chose it mainly for the quiet ambiance touted in online reviews. That is a primary consideration because of my husband's hearing loss. Unfortunately, the evening we dined at The Weber there was a loud group of six in this tiny restaurant making it quite noisy. We sat next to each other to facilitate conversation, but it was not the cozy experience we hoped for. However, we enjoyed the pasta and seafood dish and the duck entree. The waiter brought us our chosen dessert, a lemon square, with a candle and rousing version of happy birthday. A nice evening.
We enjoyed our breakfast at the Weber in Cherry Creek before attending the Cherry Creek Arts Festival. We sat outside and watched the artists set up their booths while we drank our coffee and had a very tasty crab cake benedict breakfast.
Excellent as always! It is a pleasure to meet friends here for any reason.
The Weber is in a Hotel with a few tables. The food is delicious & the ambiance is low key. Great for having conversation.
We had a lovely family lunch. Food and service was excellent. 3 of us had the chicken pot pie. Sooooo good.
This was our first Sunday experience as we usually go on Saturday mornings and we have been pleased every time.
Stumbled across this fine restaurant in boutique hotel in Cherry Creek. Food was excellent and service very good. Our party had a great meal.
Came in, a first-time, as part of Denver Restaurant Week. Moved to the neighborhood last year and frankly, never heard of this small boutique hotel and restaurant. So in that regard, the promotion brought in new business. The food was certainly good though a bit on the small side for the portions but the regular menu, for dinner as well as breakfast and lunch, looks appealing enough to try when we will be looking for something in the immediate area.
Seated 15 min early. Great. However it was another 20 min before anyone came to our table. Then 10 more for drinks. After 10 more, at only 8:15pm they were out of the only beef option on the pre fix. Sub par for the area, where gastropub "The Thirsty Lion" could beat out this experience with simple bar fare.
The Webber is a low profile Cherry Creek North Restaurant. It is very intimate and quiet. The food was good, with generous portions that weren't overwhelming. If the service had been attentive this place would easily be five stars in every category.
A friend and I were there with two children. Our server was patient, kind, and lovely with the little ones. This is a great space to connect with loved ones over tasty food and meet kind-hearted staff.
Service was excellent -- friendly and accommodating. Prix fixed menu on NY's Eve was very reasonable and the food was great!
Lovely place for brunch!
The Weber is always good. Had scallops this time - excellent. Service is exemplary.
Horrible parking!!!! Do not use their free parking garages . It has horrible sharp turns and not whole lot of space unless you drive a 2 seater car. The restaurant is in a hotel and has really tight seating space. And it is very outdated decor . Food was ok and service was ok. Not anything I would ever recommend to anyone ...... ever.
Worst experience ever. Save your dollars and go elsewhere. We had a reservation and stood there for 20 minutes waiting to be greeted as server after server walked right by us. We called the restaurant after we left and made them aware of the nom existent service. Allow your dollars to speak for you and done elsewhere. The service, or lack thereof, is not worth your time.
This restaurant is a hidden gem! We had a fabulous meal, incredible service, great wine, and a wonderful evening. I highly recommend this restaurant. The restaurant is intimate and quiet. The food was exquisitely prepared. Our waiter was one of the best we have ever had! It was a fabulous evening!
Great food and ambiance! Good for relazed outdoor dining
I was surprised a place this mediocre could survive in Cherry Creek. The food was made with canned ingredients and the service was slow, although there were only two other parties in the restaurant when I was there.
I really like the outdoor seating. It's very quiet, fairly roomy and just down right cozy.
The food was mediocre at best. The salad seemed pre-made and refrigerated (Kale doesn't usually wilt) and the dressing was all settled at the bottom. I thought it was under dressed until I got to the bottom of the salad bowl. Yuk! My glass of wine cost more than the salad. A little on the pricey side for not so fabulous food and drink. I truly go to the Webber for the ambiance.
I love breakfast at the Weber. I had the Inn's Breakfast and my son had Pete's Frittata. Both excellent. They have a cute patio and great service. Very friendly and quick service. Very comfortable dining on my own there as well as when with others. Food is consistently excellent. Have not had chance to try dinner but definitely will next visit to Denver.
I enjoy dining at The Weber every chance I have. The staff are always friendly and the food always good.
We had brunch at the hotel for Easter once before our recent visit and we thought the set up was great! This was the first time trying the Weber restaurant for fathers day and we were not very impressed. Like the brunch set up better.
Nice restaurant, we went on Sunday so it was very quiet which was perfect for us since we were having our own celebration. The food was excellent, not very large portions but enough. Soup was good as well.
This place is in the middle of Tony Cherry Creek North but misses upscale by a mile,
It feels like a down market diner. Surprising since it is attached to such a lovely boutique hotel as the hotel dining room.
Plastic tablecloths outside for dinner. Dated fabric chair pads. No flowers or decor on the patio. Average but OK food.
No reason to go back .
Only two people on the patio on a Friday night on a beautiful day.It wouldn't take much finessing to fix this place up.
Overall, pretty good. On the plus side--the food was very good to almost great. Special shout out for the omelette bar, the lox&bagel, the cheese station and the fresh fruit. Needs work--service was slow which is terrible for buffet service. Not sure if they didn't have enough servers or what the problem was. 2nd problem--they didn't clear the used plates quickly enough. And the dining room was not even that big--maybe 12-15 tables at max. For the price, I think the restaurant should have included one free mimosa or bloody mary. The price was mid $30's and there was basically omelettes, roast beef (heat lamp not working), ham slices, lox--nothing extravagant, just the basics. Bacon was drastically undercooked. Fruit was very good and fresh. All staff were pleasant if overworked. This is a restaurant we have gone to several times in Cherry Creek. Love the location and the service and food are reliable. I would come here again for dinner but probably not for mother's day brunch.
Wonderful idea to have special activities for children during Mother's Day Brunch. Watched several Mother's presented with canvases painted by their child. What a special memory and keepsake. Brunch was reasonably priced and good.
Jeff is always so welcoming and helps with any requests! Love the quiet space to dine and enjoy the company of others.
first time ever walking into a restaurant 2 hours after they have opened and there are no patrons. the eggs benedict were good... but their version of french toast left MUCH to be desired... cold, etc.
Very nice meal during restaurant week. The beef tenderloin was cooked to perfection. The salmon was excellent. We plan to return.
Crab cakes were disappointing. Not lump crab cakes. Tenderloin was good but ordered med rare and cooked med well. Chocolate dessert not great. We left some and that's not normal.
Too much money for small potions even for restaurant week.
We went to the Weber based on the menu for restaurant week. As it turned out, the food was great. However, we waited for an hour+ after we were seated to be served the first course. Can't figure out what was going on with the waiter. Other tables were served in a reasonable amount of time. It was a baffling experience. It's a small place, so they could have been overwhelmed by greater than usual number of patrons; however, that didn't quite seem to be the case. Would we go back? Probably not; which is a shame, because the food really was a treat.
Our server was great, there was however, another server who felt the need to bump my chair EVERYTIME he passed me. He passed me alot. My chicken was dry. My "Smashed Hash", which appeared to be a baked potatoe, was delicious. The mashed potatoes were delicious. My dining companion loved everything on his plate. The Creme Brule and salted caramel cheesecake were great. Crab cakes tasted like they were from the grocery store. Overall, I give the entire experience a 3 of 5.
Eating at The Weber was totally the best experience of the eight restaurants we visited during Restaurant Week. Highly recommend it.
We decided on the Weber after looking through Restaurant Week menus and deciding theirs looked good. It was nice that we could park for free but the inside of the resturaunt is outdated and they didn't even have a host stand. We had to wait 5 minutes before someone even greeted us and showed us to a table. Service was pretty slow, even though there weren't many customers, our waiter got one of our wine orders wrong, the food was over salted, and the ambiance was definitely lacking. At least we came during restaurant week and didn't have to pay full price.
Chef Eric is talented and highly accommodating, which is great to see in any restaurant. The menus are well thought out, full of flavor and value. While a reservation may not be necessary, I recommend using Open Table or calling ahead to ensure you get the dining experience you desire.
I always love a quiet meal at the Weber. The food is reliably good, the service sweet, but not cloying. Great for intimacy.