Downtown Denver is host to the Urban Roadhouse. Close to offices and shopping, this is a great spot to grab drinks at happy hour or dinner with friends. The casual atmosphere and helpful staff make you feel relaxed. The Urban Roadhouse features a wide array of cocktails, craft beers, bottomless mimosas and its signature Bloody Mary bar.
You can stop in to the Urban Roadhouse for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The extensive menu ensures everyone can find something to please their taste buds. The potato chip nachos, for example, are a great appetizer to share among friends. Numerous burgers are available and made with hand-packed Angus beef, rich cheeses and fresh greens.
We'd come for happy house and were disappointed that the expansive menu wasn't at this location.
Food was good. Solid. Nothing outstanding but a good meal. Benedict combos are fun and different. Server didn't clear empties, mid charged something and was then put off by the ask for a correction (after she quoted the price). In addition - we were there for brunch and it seemed they had not swept the floor from the night before.
The picture of urban sleek. The salads are fabulous! The inside is modern and sterile, but that's not a complaint. It's the perfect match for a city center restaurant. And did I say the salads are fabulous? Can't say that too many times!
Nice meal on the patio outside. Salads were tasty. Service was quite good.
The food was very good but the service was very poor. We continually had to ask for things repeatedly, including beer and water. This was too bad because the ambience and the food was very good, but overall, our experience ended up just being average.
We had a gift card to use, which is how we ended up at Hodson's. It's fairly unremarkable on every aspect.
We came here for an office get-together on Admin Professionals Day, on my recommendation. I really enjoyed my food - brie appetizer and grilled asian pear salad w/salmon - but my coworkers were mixed on theirs. One ordered the filet wrap, which turned out to be filled with gristly beef that she couldn't eat. (The waiter did remove the charge on the bill.) Another ordered a grilled Caesar salad w/salmon cooked well-done, but the salmon arrived cooked medium at best. The asian chicken wrap was accompanied by a bland quinoa salad with beets - odd pairing that really doesn't work. Some portions were generous; others not so much. No salt and pepper on table - have to ask for separately. Did have some nice touches - cut "crystal" water bottles on table for self-refills; brie appetizer served on a free-form wood slab. Pet peeve: the people at the next table, who arrived 30+ minutes after us, received their meals well before ours (same waiter). I would come back again just for the appetizer and pear salad, but not sure how many of my coworkers would join me. :)
Maybe for happy hour this place would be okay, but I was very disappointed with the food and service during dinner.
I don't know whether our experience is what anyone would consider "typical", because we went to Hodson's on opening night for the Colorado Rockies baseball team. My wife and I were the only people in the restaurant for the first half-hour of our experience. That being said, the food was impeccable for the most part. The dueling shrimp appetizer was amazing. The pad thai with sashimi was perhaps a bit under-spiced and was missing more traditional ingredients, such as bean sprouts and lime, but the perfection of the seared ahi tuna exceeded my expectations. The seared scallops were cooked just right. The plethora of other tastes and textures turned this dish a bit too busy, but was still very enjoyable. Limited, but very nice wine selection for widespread appeal.
Great experience for everyone! Will definately come back!