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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
I booked this on open table for Valentines Day, excited I could get a reservation. First off the hotel is under renovation, so the restaurant has been moved to a conference room. We show up and there are 3 tables occupied, one family, and one couple in jeans, despite reading that it was business casual. Anyway, thankfully it takes more than one Valentines day flub to make my wife leave me. A couple of other couples came in and I could see that they had the exact same impression we had. Anyway, we stayed, and ordered a steak which was superb. The overall service and food is great, but it would have been nice to know it was under renovation. I don't know how any other Zinc restaurants are, but I would describe this as an upscale hotel restaurant. Good food, hotel ambiance.
The Doubletree is under renovation. I couldn't tell if we were in the restaurant space or temporary conference room space converted to restaurant. It was lame. Food was fine. Would not risk a second visit. Now I think I understand why a 1,000 point bonus was offered for making a reservation....
We visited Zink for Sunday brunch. I was looking for a toddler friendly brunch and Zink definitely hit the mark. This brunch must be one of the best kept secrets in Greenwood Village. Zink is located in the Doubletree Hotel, it is somewhat reminiscent of a hotel breakfast area, but with a bit more restaurant feel. This is not a high-end brunch with smoked salmon, prime rib and oysters, but that is not what I was looking for. I'm tired of spending $40-$50 per person for a brunch buffet. They have an egg station and the chef made us fresh delicious omelettes, scrambled eggs and a really good Belgian waffle. Great sausage, bacon, biscuits/gravy, fresh fruit, yogurt and toast options. The coffee was very good - nice and strong, I think they serve Dazbog, and the Bloody Marys were surprisingly tasty! I think the price is normally $17 per adult, toddler is free, but our brunch was $12 per person on Sunday and it was a great deal. The staff was attentive and very friendly. The restaurant was half full, no waiting for a table. We will definitely be back.
The service was good the food was not very authentic as the Thai dish (red curry) tasted very much like chicken tortilla soup. With an empty restaurant we were sat in a tiny booth that backed to the bar where we heard the loud conversations of the happy hour patrons.
Not many people would consider going to a hotel restaurant to be a treat, but Zink defies expectations. The service is always warm and personal, the menu changes enough for it to not get stale, and we've never had a bad dish there. It is the best kept secret in the neighborhood, likely because people don't want to cross the 25. DO IT!
The service was excellent, from the hosts to the wait staff to the manager. The ambience was quiet and relaxing. My dining companion was a bit chilly, so the manager moved us to another table and then raised the air conditioning temperature a bit. The only negative I would give this restaurant is in the area of describing the entrees. Even the waiter did not adequately describe the one I chose. (Ratatouille ravioli). I really thought that dish would be warmer; it was barely lukewarm, including the "sauce."
Zink is a secret gem. We booked a reservation about 45 minutes before arriving at 6:15 on Saturday. Availability was not a problem. It was almost empty. But, if people knew how good the food and service are, it wouldn't be. We started with Happy Hour (that runs until 7:00). They also have a nice specialty drink menu. The bread was warm and the butter was sprinkled with brown sea salt. The menu is not huge. But, it hits all the right notes. The beef ragu with handmade pappardelle, roasted tomatoes and sweet olives had a wonderful depth of flavor. We ordered the Neopolitan Creme Brulee for dessert. It was not 3 flavors in one ramekin. It was three small ramekins; each a different flavor. Yum!! The service was attentive (but not intrusive). Even the server assistant was on point (keeping water glasses filled and dishes cleared). If you would like a lovely dinner on a Saturday night and you forgot to make reservations; try Zink. You won't be disappointed.
We decided to try Zink Kitchen for a change, as it earned us 1000 points. At first, we had excellent service, but then they were understaffed for a party of 25 that came in with only a phone call ahead. I believe they did their best, but we were pretty much ignored after the large party arrived. It was difficult for our waiter to attend to us after that. We decided not to order dessert just because of that. It was taking too long for any attention. The food was good and creative. The presentation nice. Their wine list is lacking for sure. I don't know that we'll return but it was not bad. We have our favorite restaurants we return to again and again because of consistency and the service. We try new ones from time to time and if they aren't awesome, we don't often go back. I think Zink Kitchen is worth a try, though.
Food tried to be fancier than it was. My rice tasted like the entire spice rack was poured into it. My friend got the steak and it came with an entire artichoke. The cooking style was lazy and unimpressive. I would recommend the buffalo chicken taco appetizer. It was great. None of the entrées were up to par with the price of the restaurant though.
We went to Zink for my birthday dinner. We were welcomed and seated at a lovely table. Immediately, our waiter began service - we were never hurried, but we never found ourselves waiting either. We had the Happy Hour house wine, which was very good and very inexpensive. My husband also had a key lime martini, which he loved! Our waiter suggested the hummus for an appetizer. It was fantastic and a portion large enough that we took some home. Both our entrees were incredible - lots of food too! Don't disregard Zink because it's in a hotel - it is as good as many restaurants in downtown Denver. We loved it and we'll be back!
Local spot and we decided to give them a try for Sunday Brunch. Very tasty. Staff quality seemed to be out of synch with the quality of their food. We had a booking and actually showed up a bit early so the place was still empty. We asked to switch tables from a dark corner to a sunnier spot, of which there were many. Despite the empty room, the staff dismissivly said that changing tables would be too hard (for them). Really? We shrugged it off and luckily the food surprised on the up side. We still chuckle about that which makes it somewhat forgivable.
Came here for Mother's day brunch. Was seated immediately and given info on where items were for the brunch. Food was good but not great. Well overpriced, even considering it was Mother's day. Normal Sunday brunch is under $15, $41 for Mother's day with only shrimp and prime rib added. Definitely go here on normal brunch, but think about "special" occasions unless you can put away a lot of food to make up cost.
A large group of my family dined at Zink on Easter Sunday for brunch. The service by the entire staff was amazing and they provided the cutiest little baskets for the small children. There was a great selection of both breakfast and lunch choices on the buffett as well as freshly prepared omlettes and waffles. Our family would definitely choose this venue for future special ocasions and holidays.
Service was very good, however we came for a business lunch, spent around $125 for 3 people and 2 of the 3 meals were terrible. The chicken sandwich with mac and cheese on it had no flavor, and the chicken thigh (?) looked like it was served in baby food type mush, very unappealing and the man who ordered it barely touched it. The potstickers we had as an appetizer weren't bad but lacked flavor. Unfortunately, the only really edible part of the meal was the dessert.
Zink is a hidden gem. Tucked away in the Doubletree Hotel, it's almost always empty. But the food is amazing. And it's not hotel food. This time our entrees were Shawarma Game Hen, Lamb Shank, and perfectly prepared Cobia. Plus creatively designed appetizers and salads. Zink is consistently excellent.
We were a party of 6 for Thanksgiving dinner which was $32.95 a person without any drinks. The first course was supposed to be soup. The only one offered was one with bacon. All 6 of us won't eat bacon for health or religious reasons. There was no alternative available but we were told the price would be discounted, which it was not. The turkey was very good quality, as was the vegetable. The potatoes and stuffing were hard and dry. The dessert was nothing special. The restaurant was a pretty typical hotel restaurant. Disappointing and over priced, when a special holiday meal was desired.
If you've never been to Zink before, now's a great time to check it out. Their new fall menu has some fantastic choices and Chef Sharon prepares them to perfection. Everyone we've turned on to Zink has enjoyed their lunch or dinner and always say they we're suprised they had never heard of the restaurant before. Don't let the location in the Double Tree Hotel fool you. It's really good food and service at a fair price.
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