Perfect. Great food, great service, great time!. This restaurant does it right. Staff is exceptional- so extremely nice and accommodating. We had reservations at 8:40 and were seated right away. Food was excellent as always. One of the best steakhouses in Denver overall for food and atmosphere. Reminds me of the 'Supper Clubs' of years ago. We had a couple of guests arrive after the kitchen was closed but they opened it up with smiles on their faces. We will continue to give our business and support to these guys.
To start off. Make reservations. The place is packed, but, if you make a reservation you will get seated promptly. Hold on to your wallet!!! This place is expensive! The wife and I had a couple of drinks before being seated and a couple of drinks with dinner. Two steaks, no appetizers, $200 before tip. Good food, but I don't think its that good! Could have went to the Japanese Steak house for half the price.
The atmosphere is very different. Lots of high roller wanna be's. The couple to our left argued all nite and were on the phones most of the time. The two guys and a young man to our left were very busy schooling the boy in racist opinion. Very predominantly Italian and Greek. Kinda scary.....
Great atmosphere!. Overall it was a great experience! Good food, fun people and a pleasurable atmosphere. I recommend the Ouzo...Opa!
Very Fine Dining. The owners have had long assoc. w/ Pierre Wolf, Colorado's finest gourmet restauranteur. We dined for our wedding anniversary. We began w/ the saganaki, killer brandy flamed cheese. Excellent bread, salad and lobster bisque in the meantime. My main was the also Gangster steak, 14 oz. 1 1/4 in. thick juicy tender ny strip. Easily, the best steak I've ever had. My wife had the chicken diablo, breast smothered w/ a cream chipotle and smoke chiles. Both our veggie sides were great. to perfectly cap off a special night we had complimentary creme brule and 2 ouzo shots. ommmpa, to their welcoming Greek style!
Don't waste your money!. Food tends to be very expensive, for what you get - average food. Seating is cramped. Restrooms are inconenient and totally not wheel chair accessible. Owner is rude. Been there twice - never again. There are too many other good places to dine. Don't waste your money.
Recently I enjoyed my 60'th birthday at "Steakhouse 10". We were greeted warmly at the door by owners and staff. WOW! They made me feel like part of their family.
The restaurant is LIVELY. We sat near the fireplace. We started with a flaming cheese dish. It was delicious! For dinner, I had the BEST lamb chops in my life! My husband, Charles, ordered a tender New York pepper steak cooked to perfection (yummy and tender he informed me).
For my birthday, the restaurant comped us a very good creme brulee and a taste of ouzo (a real Greek delight).
Thank you "Steakhouse 10" staff for providing me with everything I could hope for on my birthday.
Not that great. don't get the stellar reviews - the steak was no better than eating at home. The cut tasted game-y to me. It took over an hour to get our food for the 3 of us, although the very kind waiter brought chicken fingers early for my nephew. One steak was overcooked. Don't order any fish. The wine selection was price and above - $21 steaks? Uh no. Very pricey. Amiable Greek fellows with the flaming saganaki, but overall, I don't get it. The salad was good, and the Lobster bisque was average. It's just not that great. Nice atmosphere though, especially compared to it's predecessor, The Hampton Inn. The desert took another 20 minutes. We ended up taking the desert home without trying a bite - it was already two hours from when we arrived! No offer to remove anything from the bill.
I went here for an office Holiday part recently and couldn't have been more disappointed. The appetizers were just about he only palatable thing served, but when I realized that my dinner was inedible and started thinking about indulging in some more shrimp from the appetizer bar post main course to fill my yet to be sated self I noticed they had hauled off everything. Nearly half the appetizers that had been ordered and paid for were carted off before the crowd had time to pick them over.
Once I realized that I would have to eat some of the dinner in front of me I was able to choke down some of the mash potatoes. There is an upside though; the copious amounts of garlic whipped into them will surely keep vampires away for a fortnight or more.
The asparagus was as limp as a wet noodle, and somehow even less flavorful, but managed to still be as tough as beef jerky.
Then there was the steak, and if you call yourself a steakhouse I might be willing to forgive mediocre sides if you flagship dish is as superb as one would expect. A drier more flavorless cut of meat I have never had in my life. I imagine that a dry sponge could have been swapped for my steak when I wasn't looking and I would not have known the difference. Needless to say I ate about 10% of it before I called it quits.
This is where things get really bad. The incompetent klutz of a waiter sent a font of hot candle wax tumbling endwise across the table and into my lap nearly setting my manhood ablaze and ruining a perfectly good pair of pants and sweater. The manager did offer to cover the dry cleaning bill as if that makes up for the embarrassment endured or inconvenience to be endured.
I will never dine at Steakhouse 10 again and I will be sure that my friends and family don't either.
Our Favorite Place.
My husband and I are planning to celebrate our anniversary at Steakhouse 10... as we do every year! This cozy, comfortable yet chic restaurant is one of our favorites in Denver. The steaks are delicious and you don't have to order your sides separately so it's much more affordable than Del Frisco's or the Palm. It is also more intimate and romantic.
The service is great without the snooty attitude you get at a lot of other steakhouses (I hate when servers give you a dirty look if you don't order the most expensive bottle of wine on the list). They even bring out shots of Uzo (I know I spelled that incorrectly) at the end of your meal.
I've talked about the atmosphere a lot but I can't forget about the food! The steaks are juicy and perfectly cooked. The Bearnaise sauce is delicious and the sides don't disappoint either. Great sauteed mushrooms! Whatever your dinner preference may be, be sure to order the Saganaki as an appetizer (the flaming cheese mentioned earlier). It is fantastic with the bread they provide and I always have to cut myself off so I still have room for my dinner!
The best steakhouse in Denver. This place is one of a kind! The food is amazing and the staff is even better. This family run restaurant has been doing the right thing since my first visit 6 years ago. The prices are better than almost any other steakhouse...and the food better. Don't forget the baked cheese appetizer and a side of mushrooms!
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