Denver >Cherry Creek Grill
Always a huge wait to get in regardless of whether or not you have reservations. Overpriced food that just isn't very good. I've given place chance after chance but after ordering tri-tip "steak" and getting a plate of raw, grissle-filled horse-meat, I will no longer patronize this place. There are several better (and less expensive) options in the Cherry Creek area. My only guess as to how they've survived this long is their location. Service was decent enough which is why I give it 2 stars vs. 1.
I've been going here for years and have never had a disappointing meal. Of course in the last 10 years, the prices have gone up about 300%
Pros: great food, wonderful staff, pleasant decor
Cons: can get crowded - no reservations - and I can do without all the kids
Good Food. This is really good place to eat with a nice atomosphere. I love their vegie burger, "yummy". I think the only draw back is the slezzy guys there. Men that are to old and need to be home with there wives.
Not bad. Service was slow, but I'm always willing to over look that as it happens. Plus, worth the wait so far..
my favorite. I keep going back over and over. I always get the macho salad even though it's pricy. Nothing like it! I've also gotten a few friends addicted.
I love it..
Jazz music make me a litter happier than in other restaurants.
Price is a little higher than normal, but it's worth.
Took an Waldorf Salad. I love it.
Nice atmosphere. Pros- Great steak Nice atmosphere
Bandera style chicken.
Cherry Creek Grill was formerly a chain restaurant of Bandera Restaurants. Bandera had THEE BEST rotisserie chicken! Cherry Creek Grill claims Bandera-style chicken on their menu. This is not Bandera chicken. First attempt the food was cold. The second attempt the seasoning was some sort of Tex-Mex flavor and NOT the excellent savory flavor typical of that great Bandera chicken. In addition, it comes with Spanish rice. What a disappointment. I switched to coleslaw which was quite good. My friend also had the chicken but found it too peppery. Bandera served their wonderful corn bread with the chicken dinner. Now you have to pay $5.00 extra for the bread.
The waitress was good and accomodating.
In summary, go directly to Bandera Restaurants for authentic Bandera chicken.....accept no substitutes.
exactly right,. I have had several of the items on the menu, and wanted something new. Mom had the prime rib, I had a ribeye. Our steaks were cooked exactly right, the potatoes were amazing, and nothing was overseasoned. On top of that, the cuts of meat were HUGE! We also shared the duo dip with warm tortilla chips to begin with, very nice appetizer. We never save room for dessert here. A mistake I hope to rectify someday.
great. Someone who was not our waiter greeted us at the table right away and asked about drinks. Then our waiter Brandon arrived. This guy was simply great, he recommended an excellent bottle of wine according to my mothers specifications, and gave all-around fantastic service.
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