Denver >Food & Dining > Kona Grill
3000 E 1st Ave Ste 184, Denver, CO | Directions 8020639.717811 -104.950766
Mon. - Sun. 11am - 10pm
Neighborhoods: Cherry Creek, Southeast Denver
Great appetizers. – My husband and I went there for lunch the other day and, as a vegetarian, I was supprised that I found such yummy things to have. My husband had the sushi, which he said was very tasty and fresh! I had a salad and the avacado eggrolls...Yummy! We'll have to venture there for dinner some night.
Not worth the money – We were there for lunch last week and we were one of the first to be seated. Our food came out late and my son's pizza was burnt. They took off the price of the pizza, but it was all really bad. We had to wait so long for food that was hardly edible. The manager knew of the situation, but only took off the price of the pizza which my son could not eat. It seems this must happen a lot. People around us sat after us by at least 15 minutes and they got their food first. My family and I will not be returning. The manager should have done more since we waited so long. He didn't seem to care.
great happy hour – Get there early because it gets crowded, and has limited bar area and outdoor seating. Wine least is above average, and reasonably priced especially for happy hour. Four people walked away with a $49 tab, with one drink and ample bar menu eats for each of us. The spicey tuna, and smoke salmon maki were good but not awe inspiring. The two sake offerings are not great. The one I had was ginjo, but made in California. It had better flavor closer to room temperature instead of chilled as presented.
City Winter Wonderland – As a chain restaurant goes, the Kona is as good as any. Nice food, served with care and drinks with nothing to complain about. The best thing this place has is the patio, in the Winter. The fireplace and outdoor heaters pared with the people that wander by, make this a wonderful-wonderland. With summer coming, I'm sure the patio will offer the same great place to people watch . Denvers pretties and sports people, use the vallet parking at the edge of this patio. Get there early or be prepared to wait it out for one of the fireside seats.
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