Randolph's Restaurant & Bar

★★★★☆
Enjoy Colorado's best farm-to-table cuisine in the comfortably elegant setting of the Warwick Denver Hotel
  • 1776 Grant Street

    Denver, CO 80203

    Cross street: East 18th Street

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  • 303-318-7272

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Daily 6:30am-10pm
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We consider ourselves lucky to have been able to celebrate my husband's birthday at Randolphs last week. We made reservations and they reserved the table right in front of the fireplace. This was an absolute ++ for us, especially since

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We consider ourselves lucky to have been able to celebrate my husband's birthday at Randolphs last week. We made reservations and they reserved the table right in front of the fireplace. This was an absolute ++ for us, especially since

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I had the most amazing experience at Randolph's!! The service was incredible! Pablo our server was extremely attentive and personable! The manager on duty, Joey made sure we were takin care of and was a joy to talk to! Truely wonderful

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I had the most amazing experience at Randolph's!! The service was incredible! Pablo our server was extremely attentive and personable! The manager on duty, Joey made sure we were takin care of and was a joy to talk to! Truely wonderful

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I've had horrible but by far this is the worst experience I've had.

My friend and I wanted to be at the bar and order from the bar menu. It was not a busy night but we waited at least 45 minutes to be asked what we wanted to drink. We

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★★★★★

I've had horrible but by far this is the worst experience I've had.

My friend and I wanted to be at the bar and order from the bar menu. It was not a busy night but we waited at least 45 minutes to be asked what we wanted to drink. We

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My spouse and I tried this restaurant for our 20th anniversary. The food was fabulous! We ordered the crab appetizer, the scallop bisque soup, the seasonal pasta dish (which was hand rolled tortellini in a lemon sauce) and the salmon with crab stuffing special. I honestly don't remember having such a great meal anywhere else. Even the bread and honey butter was great. The service was a little slow because there was only one waiter and there was a huge conference/party, but it made the evening a little more paced and enjoyable. Parking is suppose to be free in the back of the restaurant, but I think you have to valet. It was a little unclear. We ended up finding a spot on the street. The outdoor patio was nice. Lots of traffic, but good people watching. Will definitely return to try their happy hour and/or their jazz nights.

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★★★★★

My spouse and I tried this restaurant for our 20th anniversary. The food was fabulous! We ordered the crab appetizer, the scallop bisque soup, the seasonal pasta dish (which was hand rolled tortellini in a lemon sauce) and the salmon with crab stuffing special. I honestly don't remember having such a great meal anywhere else. Even the bread and honey butter was great. The service was a little slow because there was only one waiter and there was a huge conference/party, but it made the evening a little more paced and enjoyable. Parking is suppose to be free in the back of the restaurant, but I think you have to valet. It was a little unclear. We ended up finding a spot on the street. The outdoor patio was nice. Lots of traffic, but good people watching. Will definitely return to try their happy hour and/or their jazz nights.

Pros: Great food, outdoor patio

Cons: Parking

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I loved eating here. The atmosphere was beautiful and elegant. The food was amazing. They had a 3 and 4 course prix fixe menu that looked great. We went with the 3 course and enjoyed every bite of it. I highly recommend this place. It is my understanding that the menu changes regularly so I can't wait to get back there.

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★★★★★

I loved eating here. The atmosphere was beautiful and elegant. The food was amazing. They had a 3 and 4 course prix fixe menu that looked great. We went with the 3 course and enjoyed every bite of it. I highly recommend this place. It is my understanding that the menu changes regularly so I can't wait to get back there.

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I've read a bunch of these reviews...and must comment...

The Food at Randolphs is one word...YUMMY!! Really, you can't go wrong ordering here! The Tuna Squares appetizer is one of my all-time favorite (and I'm not a tuna lover either!) The flavors just perfect blend and complement each other! The Carmelized Salmon is my friend's all time favorite meal! The burger is not to be missed - juicy, perfect medium-rare (as I ordered it) with plenty of toppings! You get tons of fries (HOT!) and won't leave hungry. Their steaks are second to none! What always gets me is their sauces....sweet, savory, just layers of divine flavors that complete the filet perfectly! Serious YUM!

I've eaten breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner here, and whether you sit inside or out on the patio, it's a great meal! Have an elegant dining experience - or a casual fun one out on the patio. The choice is yours!

By the way....
BGDaddy - Brunch is before Noon - not 2pm. No wonder things were sparce when you got there, because I was there too, and know that the Brunch closed at 3pm. AT 11am, there was TONS to choose from (including yummy dauphine potatoes and pasteries from Gateaux!) And, it's traditional on Easter to have lamb. Maybe check the menu before you book a brunch reservation next time...and book it earlier! If you are looking for waffles and hash browns, I suggest Original Pancake House. The problems your wrote about were no ones fault but your own.

The CHEF here is a gifted cook!!! He deserves Kuddos!!!

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★★★★★

I've read a bunch of these reviews...and must comment...

The Food at Randolphs is one word...YUMMY!! Really, you can't go wrong ordering here! The Tuna Squares appetizer is one of my all-time favorite (and I'm not a tuna lover either!) The flavors just perfect blend and complement each other! The Carmelized Salmon is my friend's all time favorite meal! The burger is not to be missed - juicy, perfect medium-rare (as I ordered it) with plenty of toppings! You get tons of fries (HOT!) and won't leave hungry. Their steaks are second to none! What always gets me is their sauces....sweet, savory, just layers of divine flavors that complete the filet perfectly! Serious YUM!

I've eaten breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner here, and whether you sit inside or out on the patio, it's a great meal! Have an elegant dining experience - or a casual fun one out on the patio. The choice is yours!

By the way....
BGDaddy - Brunch is before Noon - not 2pm. No wonder things were sparce when you got there, because I was there too, and know that the Brunch closed at 3pm. AT 11am, there was TONS to choose from (including yummy dauphine potatoes and pasteries from Gateaux!) And, it's traditional on Easter to have lamb. Maybe check the menu before you book a brunch reservation next time...and book it earlier! If you are looking for waffles and hash browns, I suggest Original Pancake House. The problems your wrote about were no ones fault but your own.

The CHEF here is a gifted cook!!! He deserves Kuddos!!!

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I agree with below, except my food wasn't so good I was just in hte bar, the burger would be good, but the fries were cold, and it took 5 minutes to get ketchup and it was in some little cup. Where was the rest of the bottle? Everyone there was real stressed out and freakin out all over the place. I was nervous just being there.

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★☆☆☆☆

I agree with below, except my food wasn't so good I was just in hte bar, the burger would be good, but the fries were cold, and it took 5 minutes to get ketchup and it was in some little cup. Where was the rest of the bottle? Everyone there was real stressed out and freakin out all over the place. I was nervous just being there.

Pros: burger

Cons: weird vibe

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"wow" and "ugggh!"

"wow" because the food is incredible. If any restaurant owners out there are reading this, they should find the Chef and hire 'em, because he/she is in the WRONG spot. We came because we had a coupon, and apparently we were the only ones with the coupon. Because no one else was there.

Back to the food: I love chicken, I mean I love love love chicken, and this was the best I've ever had. Pan roasted, clearly braised by hand the whole way, and cut beautifully. It was a whole half chicken, but I didn't need to do any cutting, the peeps in back did it for me. I only know knife work from Top Chef (thank you, Bravo Channel), but the people in the back know what they're doing.

Also, I could tell you about the incredible crab cakes and limitless wine list, but there are more important fish to fry... that's right, the...

UUGGGGGGH!

They must hate the staff as much as they hate the custumers.

In between bites of divine food, I witnessed the most terrible display of cruelty I've ever seen. If you have to yell at your people (and you probably don't) can't you do it where I can't see it? Some guy (I think he had an Australian accent) kept tromping through, just to yell at our server, the busboy and the (very sweet) hostess. If he wanted to talk about problems, he should have talked to us. Apparently, he didn't even know we were there. Really, no one cares about bread THAT much.

We were so uncomfortable, we skipped the very thought of dessert.

There wasn't too much wrong with our service, but if you see a guy with red hair in an orange suit, turn around and go anywhere else!!!!

Bottom line: the food is incredible, the servers are scared, and go only if you just love love love chicken!

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★☆☆☆☆

"wow" and "ugggh!"

"wow" because the food is incredible. If any restaurant owners out there are reading this, they should find the Chef and hire 'em, because he/she is in the WRONG spot. We came because we had a coupon, and apparently we were the only ones with the coupon. Because no one else was there.

Back to the food: I love chicken, I mean I love love love chicken, and this was the best I've ever had. Pan roasted, clearly braised by hand the whole way, and cut beautifully. It was a whole half chicken, but I didn't need to do any cutting, the peeps in back did it for me. I only know knife work from Top Chef (thank you, Bravo Channel), but the people in the back know what they're doing.

Also, I could tell you about the incredible crab cakes and limitless wine list, but there are more important fish to fry... that's right, the...

UUGGGGGGH!

They must hate the staff as much as they hate the custumers.

In between bites of divine food, I witnessed the most terrible display of cruelty I've ever seen. If you have to yell at your people (and you probably don't) can't you do it where I can't see it? Some guy (I think he had an Australian accent) kept tromping through, just to yell at our server, the busboy and the (very sweet) hostess. If he wanted to talk about problems, he should have talked to us. Apparently, he didn't even know we were there. Really, no one cares about bread THAT much.

We were so uncomfortable, we skipped the very thought of dessert.

There wasn't too much wrong with our service, but if you see a guy with red hair in an orange suit, turn around and go anywhere else!!!!

Bottom line: the food is incredible, the servers are scared, and go only if you just love love love chicken!

Pros: Get this Chef out of there! This restaurant isn't worthy!

Cons: Everything but the food, except the frickin chicken!

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Well I'm a linecook that's bounced around denver's fine dinning scene for a few years so when I went to get my lips wet at Randolph's the other night I was literally blown away.They were giving away a $1 menu and half off wine(wich is the best thing a line cook in denver could wish for) so I sat,drank and ordered some food.I got a lamb chop that was beautifully caramelized with a shallot marmalade and somesort of aged balsamic(that the pure vixen bartender new absolutely nothing about the age nor brand of the balsamic)and a crab cake that was served with parma prosciutto and a black truffle aioli.The food took a little longer then I expected but it was well worth the wait.The lamb was cooked perfect with an essence of mint and the crab cakes had so much crab they should just call them crab burgers.So I had a glass of wine and decided to order there chicken from the restaurant menu.The bartender warned me that the chicken would be a wait for the cooks pan roast it on the bone and carve it to order.I was extatic when I heard this. The lines on the plate were incredible.The chicken was cooked so perfect, the skin crisp and salty and flavored with butter and some extra virgin olive oil. It was presented boneless in thy and airline breast. Literally the cleanist technique I've seen on a plate in Denver.The chicken was wrapped around a strudel of vegetables wich again the bartender could not tell me what was in it, but I tasted fresh peas, caramelized onions(not talking about an onion that got put on top of a griddle for five minutes) but sugary reduced sweet onions, and tomato.There were whole basil and mint leaves ontop of the plate that every couple bites I would accidentaly get one on my fork and it lit up all the flavors from the plate I was devouring.The only bad comment I have to make about this is it could of used more sauce.All in all I could not believe my whole experience. All the while I sat at the bar starring at an empty dinning room asking myself why???????

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★★★★★

Well I'm a linecook that's bounced around denver's fine dinning scene for a few years so when I went to get my lips wet at Randolph's the other night I was literally blown away.They were giving away a $1 menu and half off wine(wich is the best thing a line cook in denver could wish for) so I sat,drank and ordered some food.I got a lamb chop that was beautifully caramelized with a shallot marmalade and somesort of aged balsamic(that the pure vixen bartender new absolutely nothing about the age nor brand of the balsamic)and a crab cake that was served with parma prosciutto and a black truffle aioli.The food took a little longer then I expected but it was well worth the wait.The lamb was cooked perfect with an essence of mint and the crab cakes had so much crab they should just call them crab burgers.So I had a glass of wine and decided to order there chicken from the restaurant menu.The bartender warned me that the chicken would be a wait for the cooks pan roast it on the bone and carve it to order.I was extatic when I heard this. The lines on the plate were incredible.The chicken was cooked so perfect, the skin crisp and salty and flavored with butter and some extra virgin olive oil. It was presented boneless in thy and airline breast. Literally the cleanist technique I've seen on a plate in Denver.The chicken was wrapped around a strudel of vegetables wich again the bartender could not tell me what was in it, but I tasted fresh peas, caramelized onions(not talking about an onion that got put on top of a griddle for five minutes) but sugary reduced sweet onions, and tomato.There were whole basil and mint leaves ontop of the plate that every couple bites I would accidentaly get one on my fork and it lit up all the flavors from the plate I was devouring.The only bad comment I have to make about this is it could of used more sauce.All in all I could not believe my whole experience. All the while I sat at the bar starring at an empty dinning room asking myself why???????

Pros: Geat food, great wine deals

Cons: A little slow, and waitstaff needs a bit more knowledge

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We got there in time for our 2 pm brunch reservation, and were informed that all they had was seating in the bar, which was dark, crowded, and invested with those tiny-ass cocktail tables. I'm a big dude, and I wasn't about to park my big ol' behind at one of those postage-stamp sized tables, so I told the hostess that, despite our having a reservation, we would wait for something to open up in the main dining room. This really seemed to fluster her for some reason, but twenty minutes later, we got seated at a more suitably-sized four-top in the main room.
Things went downhill from there, first finding out that champagne wasn't included, then, scoping out the fare, which was limited: Only one meat available at the carving board, lamb, which I dislike, and just a few entrees, no vegetables! Breakfast foods were limited to sausage/bacon, blintzes and an omelet station, no hashbrowns, waffles, etc. I will say the peel n' eat shrimp were monster, and about the only good thing there.
Desserts were junk, just a couple of cakes that looked like they'd been savaged by wild dogs, and some cupcakes with smiley-face frosting jobs. The waiter heard me comment about this to my wife, and, bless his heart, brought us a slice of cheesecake and some angel-food cake off the regular menu, the only positive spot in an otherwise dismal meal. I just about fell over from shock when we got the bill, and it was THIRTY-NINE DOLLARS apiece, plus $6 each for the Bloody Marys. Almost ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for brunch, not including tip.
Spoke to the manager, and told him I thought the price was outrageous, and why. All he said was "I apologize". No offer to knock 20% off the bill, nothin'.
So that was the first and LAST time I'll be going to Randolph's. Look, I don't mind paying $25, maybe even $30 for a good brunch, but this was FAR from good, a downright ripoff, and I urge everyone to give this place a wide berth.

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★☆☆☆☆

We got there in time for our 2 pm brunch reservation, and were informed that all they had was seating in the bar, which was dark, crowded, and invested with those tiny-ass cocktail tables. I'm a big dude, and I wasn't about to park my big ol' behind at one of those postage-stamp sized tables, so I told the hostess that, despite our having a reservation, we would wait for something to open up in the main dining room. This really seemed to fluster her for some reason, but twenty minutes later, we got seated at a more suitably-sized four-top in the main room.
Things went downhill from there, first finding out that champagne wasn't included, then, scoping out the fare, which was limited: Only one meat available at the carving board, lamb, which I dislike, and just a few entrees, no vegetables! Breakfast foods were limited to sausage/bacon, blintzes and an omelet station, no hashbrowns, waffles, etc. I will say the peel n' eat shrimp were monster, and about the only good thing there.
Desserts were junk, just a couple of cakes that looked like they'd been savaged by wild dogs, and some cupcakes with smiley-face frosting jobs. The waiter heard me comment about this to my wife, and, bless his heart, brought us a slice of cheesecake and some angel-food cake off the regular menu, the only positive spot in an otherwise dismal meal. I just about fell over from shock when we got the bill, and it was THIRTY-NINE DOLLARS apiece, plus $6 each for the Bloody Marys. Almost ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for brunch, not including tip.
Spoke to the manager, and told him I thought the price was outrageous, and why. All he said was "I apologize". No offer to knock 20% off the bill, nothin'.
So that was the first and LAST time I'll be going to Randolph's. Look, I don't mind paying $25, maybe even $30 for a good brunch, but this was FAR from good, a downright ripoff, and I urge everyone to give this place a wide berth.

Pros: None

Cons: Many

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I thought the food was excellent, so did my date. I have been eating all over town and there are only three restaurants that I will give 5 stars to. The food was excellent, the service was above average (they ended up not charging the corking fee when the manager offered to decant my wine and could not find a clean decanter). Overall, one of the best dining options in town. I recommend the tuna appetizer, it is the best tuna dish in town.

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★★★★★

I thought the food was excellent, so did my date. I have been eating all over town and there are only three restaurants that I will give 5 stars to. The food was excellent, the service was above average (they ended up not charging the corking fee when the manager offered to decant my wine and could not find a clean decanter). Overall, one of the best dining options in town. I recommend the tuna appetizer, it is the best tuna dish in town.

Pros: Excellent Food, Easy Parking, Nice Staff

Cons: Like has been said, there were only 4 other tables seated when we came

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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!.

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★★★★★

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!.

Pros: Great all around service and easy parking!

Cons: None

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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.

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★☆☆☆☆

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.

Pros: none

Cons: everything

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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.

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★★★★☆

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.

Pros: good ambiance

Cons: pricey

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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.

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★★★☆☆

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.

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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!!!!!

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★★★★★

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!!!!!

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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.

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★★★★★

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.

Pros: service, ambiance, food

Cons: Couldn't find anything wrong

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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!

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★★★★★

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!

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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!!

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★★★★★

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!!

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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.

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★☆☆☆☆

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.

Pros: not sure

Cons: unfriendly, parking, available seating

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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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★★★☆☆

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.

Pros: Parking, Patio

Cons: Price, Quality, Patio

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My husband and I went to Randolph's for Denver Restaurant Week. Our waitress was friendly but not once during any of our 3 courses did she ask if everything was OK. The Smoked Trout Pate was fabulous! However, the salmon was very, very average. The vegetables with the beef did not seem fresh and had an odd flavor. The dessert was very good. Over-all, a good experience but I don't think we'd go back. I feel like I should be able to say 'WOW' when biting into such spendy food and on this occasion, it was only the appetizer that had us doing so.

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★★★☆☆

My husband and I went to Randolph's for Denver Restaurant Week. Our waitress was friendly but not once during any of our 3 courses did she ask if everything was OK. The Smoked Trout Pate was fabulous! However, the salmon was very, very average. The vegetables with the beef did not seem fresh and had an odd flavor. The dessert was very good. Over-all, a good experience but I don't think we'd go back. I feel like I should be able to say 'WOW' when biting into such spendy food and on this occasion, it was only the appetizer that had us doing so.

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A place that's shockingly forgotten and overlooked, but has some of the best food in Denver.
I've been to Randolph's three times and the menu has been radically different each time. They have a revolving list of entree and appetizers that they combine in different ways for different seasons and occasions. Some are better than others, but all have been wonderful. Service has always been great, and the atmosphere is terrific.
It's also nice to see a reasonably price wine list. Most items aren't THAT far off of retail or in some cases even wholesale.
The only complaint I have is that unless you're sitting on the far north end of the restaurant, the live music can be a bit too loud.

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★★★★★

A place that's shockingly forgotten and overlooked, but has some of the best food in Denver.
I've been to Randolph's three times and the menu has been radically different each time. They have a revolving list of entree and appetizers that they combine in different ways for different seasons and occasions. Some are better than others, but all have been wonderful. Service has always been great, and the atmosphere is terrific.
It's also nice to see a reasonably price wine list. Most items aren't THAT far off of retail or in some cases even wholesale.
The only complaint I have is that unless you're sitting on the far north end of the restaurant, the live music can be a bit too loud.

Pros: Food, Variety, Wines

Cons: Loud music

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This was our anniversary night out. Very nice, warm interior. Greeted by very friendly staff and service throughout was excellent. This particuler evening there was live outdoor jazz. Very, very loud music. Inside or outside, it didn't matter (we started outside & moved in) I could not have a talk with my spouse while they played. Delicious food and great wine. Overall a very nice dinner evening. Prices were reasonable. I would recommend Randolph's for a nice upscale date night out. The bar looked pretty cool for the singles scene or after dinner drink. Avoid the live music night if you are dining with someone special.

2
★★★★☆

This was our anniversary night out. Very nice, warm interior. Greeted by very friendly staff and service throughout was excellent. This particuler evening there was live outdoor jazz. Very, very loud music. Inside or outside, it didn't matter (we started outside & moved in) I could not have a talk with my spouse while they played. Delicious food and great wine. Overall a very nice dinner evening. Prices were reasonable. I would recommend Randolph's for a nice upscale date night out. The bar looked pretty cool for the singles scene or after dinner drink. Avoid the live music night if you are dining with someone special.

Pros: Ambience, Food, Service

Cons: Music

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Yes I have to say that I like this restaurant.they have a good lunch Menu and it is true that the service is outstanding.It is nice to seat out on the patio and enjoy an ice tea while people are watching.I usually take the caramelized salmon with mashed potatoes because I find the sweet and sauer taste interesting.An other option I would recomand is their spinach salad with roasted red peppers and pine nuts.

2
★★★★★

Yes I have to say that I like this restaurant.they have a good lunch Menu and it is true that the service is outstanding.It is nice to seat out on the patio and enjoy an ice tea while people are watching.I usually take the caramelized salmon with mashed potatoes because I find the sweet and sauer taste interesting.An other option I would recomand is their spinach salad with roasted red peppers and pine nuts.

Pros: Parking, Patio, nice summer drinks

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We went to Randolph's my Husband and me for our anniversary.We sat on the patio because it was so nice out and had a truly nice dinner.We were there on friday night and did not know there was the jazz band on the patio ,so it added something to the evening.They had a really good wine matching with the food .I took the Ahi Tuna with avocado mashed potato and my husband took the chicken roulade.We were not desapointed by the quality of the food.It was packed so we could understand that the service eventhough excellent took more time thank usual.

2
★★★★★

We went to Randolph's my Husband and me for our anniversary.We sat on the patio because it was so nice out and had a truly nice dinner.We were there on friday night and did not know there was the jazz band on the patio ,so it added something to the evening.They had a really good wine matching with the food .I took the Ahi Tuna with avocado mashed potato and my husband took the chicken roulade.We were not desapointed by the quality of the food.It was packed so we could understand that the service eventhough excellent took more time thank usual.

Pros: Wine list, patio, parking

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I love Randolph's Restaurant. They have the best lunches and happy hour in town. This is my favorite place to eat!

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★★★★★

I love Randolph's Restaurant. They have the best lunches and happy hour in town. This is my favorite place to eat!

Pros: great parking, friendly atmosphere, Awesome food

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Warwick Hotel restaurant and bar, offering New West cuisine and a trendy bar scene; patio seating, live jazz, happy hour.

 

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