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About Zink Kitchen + Bar
Now featuring our new Fall/Winter Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Menu. ZINK KITCHEN + BAR serves its signature new American cuisine in a contemporary setting with an upscale design. Newly renovated, this sophisticated, yet relaxed restaurant and bar is located in the DoubleTree by Hilton Denver Tech Center, and it’s the Tech Center’s best kept secret. The highest standards of hospitality, quality, and sophistication make every meal a special occasion. Whether your cravings take you on an escape from the office, a night out with friends, or a romantic dinner with your sweetheart, ZINK is the place to be.
7801 East Orchard Road
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:00am - 10:30am, $17 Buffet
$14 Weekend Breakfast Buffet:
Saturday 6:00am-11:00am, Sunday 6:00am-12:30pm
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 2:00pm, Sunday 1:00pm-2:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Bar Open 2pm to Midnight serving food until 10pm
Happy Hour Daily: 5:00pm-7:00pm
I 25 and Orchard
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access
Special Events & Promotions:
Whether planning a meeting, wedding, or any special event, you deserve the right mix of ingredients: the perfect environment, a touch of something special and, of course, delicious food. Our Executive Chef, Anthony Cutajar, has a reputation for creating exciting menus and signature dishes.
Zink Kitchen + Bar Ratings and Reviews
Great beef, but could do a better job on desserts - especially for Easter Buffet. The eggs were very runny, which was too bad. Also maybe put in some soft low music to cut the already low noise even more. Best seating was in the atrium with the great light from the windows -- but maybe tables for 6 rather than tables for 10 with a group of only 6 like us.
Enjoyed a quiet evening with friends where we could hear each other's conversation. So many restaurants these days design the space so sound bounces around. We prefer a more relaxed environment where we don't leave feeling hoarse from screaming at each other. Good food; great happy hour prices on wine and beer. Wait staff courteous and helpful.
Seriously understaffed on Valentine's Day, and they weren't even that busy. We were told that bartender Rick would be serving us. He was a really nice guy, but he had a full bar to worry about. Ordered an app and a drink, then waited, and waited, and waited. The manager came over to check on us as I was placing reservation at another restaurant, on Valentine's Day, at 8:30 at night. Comped app and drink, but should really step up their game.
I had the Valentine's Day special with a delicious crab salad, petite filet with lobster tail, purred celery root instead of potatoes that was fantastic!, and finished with chocolate fountain fondue. My wife had the potato pizza, which she didn't care for, but we will be back so she can try some of their other dishes.
We tried this place since it's in the neighborhood and we've driven by it at least 1,000 times. The food was not bad...a wood fired pepperoni pizza was pretty good and the chicken dinner was cooked well but the potatoes with it were way too creamy. Overall, you eat in a hotel restaurant and you'll usually get decent food, maybe a bit too expensive but OK. The big complaint was our main server. Had a curly pencil-thin mustache and while not outwardly rude to us, he seemed like he was too cool to deal with us. Everything he said that was 'polite' was so rehearsed, it's as though he just hated his job. Being a server requires few skills but some people do it quite well. Care a bit, work a bit and be genuinely friendly. If this was LA, he's fit right in. Overall, our experience was OK. The place was basically dead on a Saturday night (which is likely why a 1,000 point Open Table reservation was available.) So they weren't busy, the food was decent but nothing stood out. At some point, we'd likely try this restaurant again (maybe for lunch), but the manager needs to encourage the server to find a new line of work. The server experience can make or break an entire restaurant experience and again, while doing nothing truly bad, he made it clear he didn't give a damn. You know what...so neither do we about your restaurant :)
Food was good but had the worst waiter I have ever experienced. He Barley came to check on us, when he did he rushed away before we could ask for drinks or anything, and then when we would ask for something he would gasp and act as if we were an inconvienence. I was a guest at the hotel at the time over New Years and paid $200 for a meal and got treated like crap.
The menu was interesting, but it was difficult to find lowfat options. The waiter was a little irritated when we asked for information about ingredients in some of the menu items. We've been to Zink before and experienced a more health friendly menu. We were sad to see some items dropped.
You see this 4+ star rating and then the complaints and wonder why? How can you go from being one of the best little gems in the area with great food and service to "the last resort". For one thing, OPENTABLE's menu of this place is incredibly out-dated. They no longer serve anything on OPENTABLE's menu tab and their prices have changed.
The menu now is extremely limited and everything is a-la-carte. So a 14oz steak is $31 with no sides, nothing. The sides are $5.00 apiece. AND they put BBQ sauce on the steak without asking. Terrible. Terrible. I purchased one meal (a soda, the steak, 2 sides) and with tip it was over $50.00.
No more "american cuisine", but more of an Asian flare.
Won't be back.
This is a hotel restaurant that is under-appreciated for its quality. We ate lunch on a Saturday and were the only guests seated in the dining room Our waiter was excellent and knew enough not to hover! The food was fresh and tasty with a great turkey sandwich that made a perfect lunch. I am sure the restaurant gets more attention during the week since it is in the middle of a large office complex.
If you're looking for a good brunch with good basics, this is the place. Nothing fancy but great breakfast choices -- bacon, eggs, cereal, fresh fruit, omelets and waffles made to order. No lunch items. Not too busy for a Sunday morning. Great option for last minute Sunday brunch.
This is definitely a hotel restaurant. The food is good, it's very clean and quiet, but you know that you are sitting in a hotel. With that being said, it is good. The Sunday brunch is a good value and the grass fed steaks are great. The wood fire pizzas are good, especially the breakfast one. So, to wrap this up, if you don't mind eating in a hotel, this is worth a try.
I was expecting something unique on the menu based upon the online menu, but it was very standard fare. I had the BBQ pizza which was very underwhelming. Menu change coming in a week, so maybe it will spice up then, but it was not a place I'd visit again were it not for the promise of a new menu.
We came for a pre-concert meal. Reservations were easy, food was ok, ordered a Manhattan was served an Old Fashioned, our waiter was far too grumpy to complain. Fortunately we like Old Fashioneds. Not sure we'd return, just weren't blown away for the price/selection/location/service. It's what you'd expect from a hotel restaurant. Not terrible, not fantastic.
The service started out really well. The salads we ate and the garlic bread were good. Then the brick oven pizza came, and apparently while we were waiting for that the wait staff changed. No one came to tell us. This new guy came over (who turned out to be our new waiter, but didn't tell us) and asked how the everything was. We told him the pizza was very dry and needed more sauce. He walked away without saying a word. We thought maybe he was going to go get us some sauce, but he only came back with the check!
Zink was very disappointing. The menu looked so promising, with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. But both my husband and my entrees where poorly prepared. I ordered the Quinoa Taco Salad with chicken added, and he ordered the half chicken meal. Both of our chicken was WAY overcooked. My husband could not eat his. He ordered a Caesar's Salad instead, and although it was drenched with way too much dressing, he said it was edible. My Taco salad was mostly lettuce, with some nice avocado, black beans, and quinoa. Very underwhelming, to say the least. I would not recommend this restaurant.
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