Denver >Food & Dining > Palace Arms Restaurant
Classic, clubb atmosphere and great food but expensive. The Palace Arms is a beautiful spot and serves classic cuisine prepared very well. Entrees go to $50+ but some are less (e.g., $30). Jacket and tie are no longer required though you will fit in fine if you are wearing them. This is a great place to go on an expense account. The service is good, but there are lapses and sometimes it's not clear why a simple request takes a long time to complete. It is not a great value for the money but if (as others say) Denver has only limited high end dining this place is worthy of your consideration. The sea bass dish I had was excellent.
A fantastic restaurant one of the only formal fine dining restaurants left. Outstanding service and food. Having had the opportunity to dine at the Palace Arms I must say there isnt much in Denver that even comes close to the service and food. Did I mention the wine list? Extensive and exquisite. Restaurants in Boston, New York and Los Angeles have nothing on The Palace Arms. The two servers I have had there were both very attentive and professional on each of the two visits. When there you might just ask for Jorge or Mark and enjoy and outstanding evening of fine food and uncomparable service.
A perfect restaurant for a special occasion. The food was always fabulous, the wine list is one of the most extensive and the staff is top notch. Ambiance is warm and inviting, great for business dinners (private room, but still romantic. That reviewer who had something against a one year old being in the restaurant sounds like he has a problem. Granted, the place probably isn't your first choice to bring your child, but that doesn't mean they should ban kids. I take my baby to every 5 star restaurant I go to, the more he is in that environment, the more used to it he will become. He will grow up learning the difference on how to act when he is in the Palace Arms compared to when he is at McDonalds. Besides, my 5 month old is much more behaved than some of those drunk business men I have seen eat there!
Best Of. Great food and excellent service at a true Denver icon. The staff is great and I would recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a night of degustation. The wine list is thick and elegant with specialties in California Cabernet, Bordeaux, and Burgundy. It's easy to see how this restaurant ranks as "Best Of"
Fine dining at its best!. What a wonderful dining experience. The food was fabulous and the service beyond compare. The fantastic wine list can not be found anywhere else in the Rocky Mountains. I t was a wonderful evening and one of the last formal dining experiences left.
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