Denver >Food & Dining > Corridor 44
1433 Larimer St, Denver, CO | Directions 8020239.747833 -104.999423
Mon. - Sun. 3pm - 1am
Neighborhoods: Union Station, Northwest Denver, LoDo
Great ambience – I love the ambience of this place. My girlfriend and I went for drinks on a Saturday early-evening. The place was still fairly empty. We were served by the bartender. He was very nice and the service was quick considering.
Not even 4 stars for Corridor 44 – I have been to Corridor 44 a few times. The first time during Denver Restaurant Week, I was pleasantly surprised and vowed to go back. But since then, I have not been as impressed. The service can be rude but the atmosphere is lovely and ethereal. Certain food items can be great such as the olive plate and the ceviche but the main courses are frequently luke warm and lacking in creativity. The champagne selection is fabulous so go there for drinks but skip it for dinner.
Bring on the Bubbly – I went for the first time last night, and loved it. My Kir Royale was perfect, and the addition of fresh black currents along with a lemon twist made it lovely to look at as well. Our plate of oysters arrived promptly, tasted fresh as an ocean breeze, and came with a zingy lemongrass gelato. Plus the space is simply darling, with crystal chandeliers, white snuggle booths and Dom Perignon's famous quote, "Come quickly, I'm drinking stars!" written on the glass mirror behind the vintage bar.
Disappointment – Love the idea of small plates & champagne. Very disappointed in the food... shrimp was burnt, the bruschetta was just toast with fresh tomatoes & an anchovy (no spices, garlic, olive oil), fruit with zabaglione had no zabaglione, the mussels were not open or were missing in the shell, they were out the apple tart because they forgot to make the dough for the shell. Green salad was great, though! The champagne cocktails tasted off.
Wander down an unusually long corridor to feast on fresh Mediterranean-style small plates at this swanky downtown lounge. – In Short
Contemporary Hollywood flourishes such as crystal chandeliers and cream-colored booths mesh with Denver-style red brick walls at this classy Larimer champagne bar. The architecturally anomalistic 44-foot corridor is celebrated as a namesake, leading to an intimate room designed for opulent comfort. Crudo variations match sashimi-grade salmon with tomatoes, arugula with salt-cured foie gras and classic steak tartare. The selection of small plates complements the extensive champagne selection including 60 varieties by the bottle.
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