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Good Service, Food was little off........
Great Service, as usual. But the food was definitely off. Appetizer was a crab/shrimp cake the texture of a hockey puck. Soup and salad course were fine. But the entrees were undersized and under flavored. Every dish seems to be some version of gorgonzola and Marsala, which sound good, but was strangely bland. The risotto and potato sides were also lacking flavor. Even the capuccino was tepid.
We'll go back, because we've had great meals in the past (oso buco!!). But it seems like the kitchen had an off night.
very reasonable for a nicer restraunt.
My only complaint is the appetizer was fish both times we have gone here. I wish they gave you a choice of appetizer.
The food and service are great!
A Hidden Treasure. The food is wonderful. Just the right seasonings and prepared with loving care. Even things that are not my favorite are just wonderful at Gabriel's. Service is impeccable from the minute you sit down until the owner says "Thanks for coming". They also have an extensive and expensive wine list if you desire and some moderate priced wonderful wines for the rest of us. We go as often as we can - especially New Year's Eve celebrations. Try it - you will become addicted.
Dated would be an understatement. Really? this place looks like its stuck btwn the 70's and a bad b movie...want a deal on wine thats its only redemption,,,recently dined for the first time with friends who had done so 20 years ago according to whom it looks just as it did then...
What a great find!.
Apparently this restaurant has been around for 24 years...I wish I'd known earlier! My husband took me for my birthday and we had a wonderfully romantic evening. We had drinks in their nice, new lounge until ready to go to our table (that they kept waiting for us). Our romantic table was in a bay window in what I can imagine used to be the dining room of this charming old house. The acoustics were such that noise was kept to a minimum, much appreciated in the days of piped-in music and clanging dishes in the background... The waitstaff were very professional and attentive to our every need. The food was all delicious, especially the beef carpacio and the lobster...yum!
The way it works is you order your main dish and it comes with an app, a salad and a soup, all prix fixe according to your main dish. Hence, veggie and pasta dish meals are between $20-30, the beef tenderloin and lobster for $45... Since it was a special occasion, we went all out, with cocktails, wine, an extra appetizer, two desserts and coffees, so our total was $160. However, you could easily get away with 4 course meals plus dessert for $30-40 each. My huband (German) and I have travelled around the world and we now consider this one of our favorite restaurants in the Denver area. Enjoy!
Cozy atmosphere, attentive staff and good food. Great place for a night out without the kids.. This restaurant is a great alternative to Lodo if you are looking for upscale atmosphere and menu. The staff are friendly and attentive, and the small dining rooms offer an intimate environment for folks who want to enjoy each other's company along with the meal.
Great food and customer service!. I have been to this restaurant about a half dozen times. The last time visited was in early November 2006. For those that like excellent services and fantastic northern Italian cuisine, this is a great restaurant to visit. The service is great from the moment you sit down. The wine list is quite extensive, and the menu selection is abundant. The ambiance is romantic for 2, but well suited for family gatherings (with older children). I would not recommend this restaurant for families bringing children under 13 or so. Plan to spend 1 to 2 hours for your complete dining experience. Also, plan on spending $50 to $70 per person if desserts and drinks are ordered in addition to your entree. Highly recommended!
Just a great experience.
Wow!!! I was beginning to think that Denver really didnt have a restaurant that you just fully enjoy Dont get me wrong, Denver has a lot of good to great tasting restaurants, but my wife and I usually go out weekly. And for the most part, Denver has good to great food. Some much pricier that others but, for 4 years, I have not been able to find a place in which I could have great conversation, or a truly romantic evening with my wife. Meaning, I didnt have to speak louder than my neighbors just to be heard.
Now for the experience, when greeted, all the staff was great. They went as far as to ask, Are we here for any special occasion? Our reply was, yes, its Friday and its our night out without the kids. The staff treated us like gold, and from what I could tell, this was the standard to everyone. The food was excellent (soup and salad are included in the entree, very good wine selection and they offered us a complimentary desert to round the night out. The price overall I felt was very good as well, much less than I expected for the experience.
I have to say again, this was by far my best restaurant experience in Denver since we arrived in 2002. Try it, you will not be disappointed. If you are, share your recommendations.
30th Wedding Anniversary Celebration. We have been to this restaurant several times now. The service remains the same--impeccable and outstanding every time our family visits! This is absolutely the best of the best restaurants in all of the southern Metro Denver area. It is everything you could imagine in service, atmosphere, location, and food service. The meals are suberb! We tell everyone to visit this restaurant.
Wedding or Special Dinners; Always a reason to go. I was first spoiled with the treatment at a dinner at Gabriel's. Then, I decided to host both my wedding and reception there. People literally took back their cards from the gift table at the wedding to write in them "What a cool place to have a wedding! I'll be back for dinner again!" That pretty much says it all when your wedding guests are that impressed with a meal and service.
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