Fantastic steak and fish. Very attentive staff.
We've eaten here several times, and I have to tell you this is one of the best steak houses in the Denver area. We'd driven by several times thinking it was a dive... but the owner is the brother of the guy who owns Undici Italian Restaurant (also a five star eat!) recommended we stop in. The restaurant is VERY elegant and nice inside!
The fish dinner I ordered was also amazing.. It's nice to have options in a steakhouse. The other times we've eaten here, we've always had steak - like butter, melt in your mouth, perfectly cooked steaks. The dessert was amazing as well. We had some sort of fried cheesecake with a caramel apple sauce.
I strongly suggest you try this place! It will become one of your favorites, too.
Perfect, but for the wine.... This was my second visit to this great place. This time we sat at the bar. The staff is very friendly and helpful, the food is great and the atmosphere is a nice change of pace from your ?standard? steakhouse. However, I will have to say that the only reason why I did not give them five stars is that their wine service is not up to par. They do have nice stemware, but their wine list is limited and somewhat uninteresting. They don?t print vintages on their list, so the bar tender had to run up and down the stairs a few times to find a vintage that was acceptable. They also don?t properly store their wines. There is nothing worse than drinking a fine wine at room temperature. I hope they make the small investment into a wine locker of some sort and a decanter or two. This would then bring their game up to a level that I could give them five stars.
one of a kind. this has to be the most happening place in town. I recommend this place to anybody out there who loves great food and loves being around a great atmosphere. the owner pete kallas really knows how to do it right. The food is amazing. I had the gangster steak with the garlic mashed and blue cheese wedge salad. it was the best i ever had. I would have to say that they have the best steak for the best price. the atmoshere is amazing and romantic. they have it all. pete has been doing this for a very long time and if your not satisfied then neither is he. he will make sure to meet your every need.
Atmosphere, cozy, great wine list, ingredients and prep top flight!.
A friend recommended this little easy to miss restaurant to me. I'd been by the Sinclair on Hampden and Elati dozen's of times, but the intimate brazzier is tucked back a few lots south. It's easy to miss the driveway, but just call and you'll get great direction from the wait staff.
My friend went for iced tea and chile' rellenos, and I had a steak sandwich and a gorgeous glass of wine named the Seven Deadly Sins which was shockingly multi-leveled deliciousness. For dessert we had freshly brewed coffee and cream brulee. Everything was wonderful. And the fire flickering added to our sense of comfort and relaxation as well as the excellent service.
There were so many exotic salads and appetizers from which to chose...it was difficult to decide. I did have a bite of the relleno and it was perfect.
I feel I must compare this restaurant to Palette's at the Denver Art Museum. There I had a steak sandwich which was all gristle, and I could barely cut it. Also it arrived cold, oozing red, with the tobacco potatoes limp. I returned it, and got the same level (low) of meat once again. I should have had a hamburger. I was also rushed at Palettes. For the same price Steakhouse 10 gave me a tender great slab of prime, half of which I took home.
Be sure that you make reservations for evening. Steakhouse 10 gets slammed. There is also complimentary parking service. Upstairs there is a room for larger parties. Lunch prices are reasonable. Dinner entree's are $$$ but truly gourmet.
User review by fwalsh62. Reservations a must. Wait staff is attentive and curtious. Food is wonderful. Great selection of wines and recommendations for each dish.
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