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About Ya Ya's Euro Bistro - Denver
Ya Ya's not only caters to the casual diner, but also includes room for business meetings and special occasions. Our menu changes daily to ensure the freshest seafood, best quality steaks and chops and most exquisite entrees.
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Mediterranean, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday-Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm; Brunch: Sunday 10:00am-2:00pm; Dinner: Monday-Saturday 4:00pm-10:00pm, & Sunday 4:00pm-9:00pm
Happy Hour: Monday-Saturday 4:00pm-6:30pm, & Sunday 4:00pm-9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please visit www.YaYasDenver.com for more information on our incredible caterings!
Private lot is also available.
Private Party Facilities:
Our Private Dining Room holds 16 people comfortably.
Private Party Contact:
Jason Duffy: (303) 741-1110
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We feature some of the state's most creative and delicious wine dinners.
Ya Ya's Euro Bistro - Denver Ratings and Reviews
The coffee was cold. Then they brought me another one which was better but still not hot like I like it. The Brussel sprouts were burnt with the pork loin. Pork Loin was excellent as was the Pride 2014 Merlot. The crab cakes were good. The Greek salad that I and my client had said there were chunks of feta and we barely had any feta in our salads the same with the olives maybe 2-3 olives. We drove from 1-70 and Ward road to experience Ya Ya's. The steak was excellent, the mashed potatoes and the butter for the lobster tail were cold. Our booth was freezing cold and we all kept are jackets on they had a heater there which really did not help and then our waiter Ritchie asked if he could put it with the people next door because they were freezing. We said yes, because we wanted to share and I am pretty sure it was not helping us. The waiter was good just very cold food and cold restaurant.
We usually love Yaya's, but we recently booked a reservation for their thanksgiving brunch buffet and were very disappointed. They had hardly any of their normal brunch stuff out, so it was mostly thanksgiving stuff and, unfortunately none of it was great. The turkey was dry, and the sides were all very bland. They also had a ton of desserts and the few we tried, with the exception of the creme brulee, were really terrible. Even the pumpkin pie tasted waaay too spicy. We'll probably go back for normal brunches, but I can't recommend holiday brunch at all.
We went on a Sunday evening for a GNO birthday dinner, so not much going on. A few of the dishes were not served as ordered and the salads did not have all the ingredients listed on the menu. In fact, the Steak salad came without items on it and had raisans added, which was not listed on the menu and not good.
However, the experience there is usually much better so will give it another try.
Group dinner for seven people Saturday night. Great starters: Charcuterie plate (cheese cold cuts), original bruschetta formulation. Great trout with couscous. Nicely done steak, salads.
Wine list is extensive and well-chosen.
Well-prepared inexpensive (well, relatively inexpensive) cocktails.
We'll be back.
The food was good with a variety of options for everyone. Service was very attentive and the wine suggestions were accurate and delicious. It is a very busy restaurant so there is noise but not over the top so conversation is possible without hollering. Desert choices were adequate and varied.
We've been going to this place for years, as the food historically has been very good with a nice selections of wines and seasonal specials. The food on our recent visit (a casual Friday night out) was quite good, as were the menu selections and wine list. The wait staff and manager were very attentive and the timing of the courses was spot on.
However, on the last two visits I have noticed a significant and unpleasant increase in their intrusiveness. This visit was the same as the last one, with the waiter constantly interrupting our conversation and foisting his commentary upon us, and it completely ruined the experience. It's as if every member of the wait staff is a newly minted sommelier who just can't wait to spout off their command of the subject. The trouble is they are really not that knowledgeable. It is so amped-up that the process is more like buying a new vehicle than having a quiet dinner. Since it has happened on two consecutive visits, I must assume that this is trained behavior. Probably won't be back.
I just found this place and loved it. We drove 32 miles to get here and we were not disappointed. The person who greeted us was awesome, Max the server made great recommendations, and the food was fabulous. I don't often overeat at Sunday brunches but I did this past Sunday.
Must eat include the bacon, the traditional eggs Benedict, and the individual vanilla creme brûlées. There was also snow crab and shrimp that was amazing. I cannot wait to go back.
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