Denver >Randolph's Restaurant & Bar
A Must. As the first dinner out for my wife after the birth of our twin boys three weeks prior, and my favorite sister being in town from Chicago, I clearly was looking for a great place to eat. This place certainly did not disappoint. From the moment we walked in the door we were treated like royalty. The host, manager, busboy, and server all came by to assist us with our twin boys. (We had no idea you could flip over a highchair and prop them up on their car seats.) The food was amazing and they were perfect portions. Our server recommended the tuna squares (I NEVER would have ordered them!) and they were absolutely to die for. We also agreed that the mussels were the best we all had ever had. I'm not even sure if they were PEI, but they were great. We ordered two entrees for the three of us. The portions were good but might not have been enough if we had not ordered two apps. Not a problem though as it was perfect for an early evening dinner. We ordered the lobster ravioli. We could not believe how much meat was in the ravioli! Incredible! The sauce that it sat in was PERFECT. We also ordered the chicken breast. I never order chicken at a restaurant but my sister insisted because of it having a creme-fraiche topping. It was actually very light and tasty. The tomatoes were also a great. I have dined at some great restaurants in Denver and would recommend this place to ANYBODY. I can't wait to go back and enjoy the bar on another occasion. THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING!.
if you are over 60 and have no taste buds..... When we arrived... at prime time on a Saturday night there were only two other tables with people at them, both of the "elderly" crowd... the menu was extremely small, but I ordered the grouper and all I could taste was the extreme amount of pepper they put on it. If you want a fine dining experience I would NOT recommend this restaurant. If you are over 60 and have no sense of taste and like a completely silent and empty restaurant that charges you a fortune try this one.
good food. I came here for lunch on a weekday. The place was practically empty so you don't really need reservations. It was chilly the day that I went, but the patio area would be nice to sit at when the weather is nice. I had the angus burger which was pretty good. Prices are a little high here--you're definitely paying for the ambiance. Service was good.
I will be back for an other try!. As I am new in town and used to Swiss service standards, i was quiet impressed about the level of served food and quality of service.
Great Thanksgiving Dinner!!!!.
A great day to have the perfect meal.....And it was!!!!! The service was perfect, the turkey was the best....
Better than momma used to make....Only bad thing is that I ordered a second bottle
of wine and they didn't have it....Good thing is they gave us a complementary glass
of their best instead.....Now that's class!!!!!
Worth another trip. I haven't been to Randolph's in over a year, and I was glad we came back! The dining room was beautiful and intimate, yet still airy and open. Our server was polite and seemed to know everything about wine (even though we don't). The best part was definetely the food. Every dish was fantastic, especially the angel food cake for dessert. The warm berries were delicious. We can't wait to come back.
A memorable dinner!!. There is always something to celebrate at Randolph's Restaurant & Bar!! That's why I enjoy so much going there! Last night with some friends, I stopped by the restaurant & saw that it was quite busy due to a special contest: the "Speakeasy Classic Cocktail Series". I tasted a very good Manhattan Cocktail (thanks to Brenden, the bartender) and had very nice appetizers and a lamb sirloin with strawberry fig purée and Haystack's mountain farms goat cheese! It was just FABULOUS!! A very nice ambiance, good service and fantastic music! Thank you for this great time!!
Best Cocktails Ever!. Have you ever been to Randolph's? My first in this place but not the last one! I went there with some friends to sip a martini after work (1 advice: try their signature drink: the Rosebud) and have some appetizers. I tried the smoked trout pate and the tuna squares...that was fantastic! Do not hesitate: highly recommended to everyone!
Full Service Treatment. Pompous greeting (lack there of is more appropriate) with condescending actions to follow. WE had to ask if we could be seated, the host looked at us for a moment then asked if we had reservations (I phoned and they said no reservation needed) saying no he said ok, but walked away. The host with manager to said go ahead seat them. At bar area (didnt ask smoking/non-smoking) next to smokers.. I said no I'm allergic to cigarettes - without conversation (bar tender suggests table on other side, host replied angrily about sitting near smokers - there weren't smokers on that side!!!) and directed us outside. Not so bad, if you like homeless people watching and the sun wasn't out yet. This restaurant deals with people patronizingly, I refused to eat there.
Waste of Time. My family and I went there for Easter Brunch. What a waste of money. First off my party of six was seated outside. Not a big deal but they should have warned me that this was a possibility. Luckily it was nice. If it were raining would my reservation not be honored? The food was okay but not worth the $. The service was so-so. We had to ask for plates to be taken off. For a supposed upscale restraunt this should not have taken place. The patio is nice if you like homeless people watch you eat.
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