Earl's Restaurant Park Meadows-pick another establishment. Choosed Earl's Park Meadows to start off Denver restaurant week and WHAT A MISTAKE. Checking in with the rude hostesses set the tone for the entire dining experience. The bar was over flowing with patrons and the music was very loud. The hostess brought us to a table next to the bar. When we asked for a different table the teenie bopper explained that they were over booked for tables that evening. THE RESTAURANT WAS EMPTY. Next our waitress was nice but the slow service was unbelievable. The entry was cold, over salted and overall terrible. When we walked out, 2 hours later, the dining area had no less than a dozen tables empty. THANK YOU EARLS HOSTESS STAFF for making our evening out the pits!
Earl's Restaurant Park Meadows. Four of us went to Earl's Restaurant at Park Meadows for dinner. The wine was delicious and the caesar salad very good. We all ordered chicken dishes..Cajan and also the baked chicken dish...both were absolutely terrible. This was our first and final visit to Earl's..
great place for scenery & drinks. good service with good food. I've never had a bad experience or bad food. afternoons are a good time to go in the girls have more time to socialize if thats what you want and me and my wife do.
Great Food Great People. With a newly renovated Patio, dinning at earls Park Meadows was an absolute fabulous time. 80 degree weather sipping on a chilled glass of Guenoc Pinot Grigio while savoring the flavors of their ever popular Santa Fe Chicken Salad each taste bud being perfectly satisfied with the tastes of fresh feta cheese, sweet dates, spicy cajun chicken in a scrumptious peanut lime vinaigrette. I can't wait to go back! Next time I may just have 2 orders of Dry Ribs for lunch.... They are that good!
It's all downhill. Use to be a great place to go. Lots of socializing, great drinks prices and really good food. Now, the service is horrible, the food average and half the drinks taste watered down. The myth that it's a great place to meet someone is just that...a myth. Most people are there to try to look better then the person next them. The staff is more interested in doing shots and talking with the guys at the bar then getting the customer's orders right.....
Horrible. I went there with a date and the manager was planted firmly in the bar hitting an a young brunette, I know this because after a meal with terrible service I passed him on my way out and he slung a "thanks for coming in" over his shoulder. I told him that my experience was horrible and that I would not be back... the cook in the kitchen opposite expressed more concern. I later called from my car to complain and "Dan" the manager had nothing to offer me as a customer... I will NEVER go there again and will do everything in my power to keep others I know from dining there. Earls has gone WAY down hill.
The staff is too drunk to work!!. I used to like this place. Now when I go in the whole staff is too drunk to work. Nagel the bartender is the worst. I dont think he has seen a sober day in his life!!! I will never go back!
Lousy service and lots of flies. We went to Earl's and thought we would sit outside because it was a beautiful evening. I have never seen so many flies (and I don't mean barflies either) as they had on their outside patio area. We moved indoors and found a table and had a lot of trouble getting service. The waitress never checked on us and we had to flag her down whenever we saw her. I would not recommend this place to anyone.
steaks and shots. I stopped by Earls on a thursday night to meet my buddy for a drink. The restaurant was packed when we arrived at 5:30. We sat in the bar after waiting a bit for a table to open up. The bar was full with great people and a fun atmosphere. It seemed more like a downtown scene rather than a suburban one. I had a 7 oz serlion with mashed potatoes and a house salad. I thought the food was fantastic and even though the place was very busy we got our food quickly. While chatting with our waitress who told us that Earls is packed like that almost every day because they have so many "regulars." After our meal I tested some of the bartenders favorite shots which were being well recieved throughout the bar. Earls was really cool, there aren't many places where steaks and shots are so well mixed.
Great service and atmosphere, average food.
Earl's is an average restaurant when it comes to food quality (although I haven't tried their "speciality" - the burger). Their salads and chicken are pretty bland, but I really enjoyed their dynamite tempura shrimp roll appeitizer.
Of course, any of you gentleman who've experienced Earl's knows that you're not necessarily there for the food. It has a great atmosphere, kind of reminds me of a Country Club game room or something. Leather chairs in the lobby, dark toned, clean, classy. Absolutely the most attractive all-female waitstaff in Denver and they do a great job with service. Very professional and courteous.
It's a great restaurant for client or business lunches/dinners, therefore I'd definitely recommend it. Also, the lunch prices are very reasonable.
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