Strings Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 1700 Humboldt St

    Denver, CO 80218

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  • 303-831-7310

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October 2 2010
My wife and I celebrated our wedding day.
We looked so forward to eat at Strings after recommendations and after looking online at the menu it looked very nice.
We arrive and I was reading the menu,but it is not the

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★★★★★

October 2 2010
My wife and I celebrated our wedding day.
We looked so forward to eat at Strings after recommendations and after looking online at the menu it looked very nice.
We arrive and I was reading the menu,but it is not the

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Saturday March 6th was my wife??s 33rd birthday party .I called String?? s and asked if they could accommodate a reservation for 20? I was told that it would be an hour or so wait. I agreed and called my party .We had people drive form all over Denver, Highlands Ranch, and Castle Pines. My wife and I personally drove in from Castle Pines a 40min drive. When I arrived I was told by the same person that I had spoken to on the telephone an hour before that String??s would not be able to host our party. I even included my telephone number. The staff was so incompetent and non apologetic that my phone number was written down wrong. Immediately she was to blame me for giving my own number wrong. I asked to speak with the manager and was told that ??this situation had been discussed with one of the owners and that he did not have time for it? So while sitting at the bar trying to make sense of this awkward and embarrassing situation. What was I to do? 20 people at a venue that I set up for my wife??s Birthday. I was at the bar having a drink telling the group what was going on .While the bartender was ease dropping. She overheard that we were executives and attorneys at a fortune 500 company in Denver. The same owner that was to busy to discuss the situation came over and amazingly there was a table ready for us. Needless to say we did not give them our business. I feel that String??s has the worst customer service that I have ever experienced. How has this restaurant made it this far? These older generations need to realize that our blue jeans cost more that their suits there days. So don??t judge us! We went to Elway??s downtown and we had a great time. Strings surely can use some lessons from the wonderful staff at Elway??s. I would only recommend this ??Denver Mile Stone? only if you want to be embarrassed and to have your night ruined.

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Saturday March 6th was my wife??s 33rd birthday party .I called String?? s and asked if they could accommodate a reservation for 20? I was told that it would be an hour or so wait. I agreed and called my party .We had people drive form all over Denver, Highlands Ranch, and Castle Pines. My wife and I personally drove in from Castle Pines a 40min drive. When I arrived I was told by the same person that I had spoken to on the telephone an hour before that String??s would not be able to host our party. I even included my telephone number. The staff was so incompetent and non apologetic that my phone number was written down wrong. Immediately she was to blame me for giving my own number wrong. I asked to speak with the manager and was told that ??this situation had been discussed with one of the owners and that he did not have time for it? So while sitting at the bar trying to make sense of this awkward and embarrassing situation. What was I to do? 20 people at a venue that I set up for my wife??s Birthday. I was at the bar having a drink telling the group what was going on .While the bartender was ease dropping. She overheard that we were executives and attorneys at a fortune 500 company in Denver. The same owner that was to busy to discuss the situation came over and amazingly there was a table ready for us. Needless to say we did not give them our business. I feel that String??s has the worst customer service that I have ever experienced. How has this restaurant made it this far? These older generations need to realize that our blue jeans cost more that their suits there days. So don??t judge us! We went to Elway??s downtown and we had a great time. Strings surely can use some lessons from the wonderful staff at Elway??s. I would only recommend this ??Denver Mile Stone? only if you want to be embarrassed and to have your night ruined.

Pros: NONE

Cons: TOO MANY TO COUNT

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The food is always outstanding and the service is great.
I can not say enough about the ambiance. It is a lovely
restaurant with excellent food.

5
★★★★★

The food is always outstanding and the service is great.
I can not say enough about the ambiance. It is a lovely
restaurant with excellent food.

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Food is delicious. Wine list is extensive and fabulous. Decor is tasteful and fun. Service is excellent. I can't say enough good things about this restaurant.

5
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Food is delicious. Wine list is extensive and fabulous. Decor is tasteful and fun. Service is excellent. I can't say enough good things about this restaurant.

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This place is a wonderful experience. It is a bit expensive, but definitely worth every penny. It is a great local Denver place to go. The decor is wonderful too.

5
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This place is a wonderful experience. It is a bit expensive, but definitely worth every penny. It is a great local Denver place to go. The decor is wonderful too.

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If you were around in the '80's, that is what the atmosphere is kind of like. It's just not all that modern but it does have a lush feel to it. The staff is attentive, the owner is usually present and the food and drinks are well-prepared. I enjoy the desserts and breadsticks in particular and the happy hour menu provides a lot of inexpensive options if you just need a snack. However, it is true that it is too pricey to go there with any regularity for a full dinner. It tends to draw an older crowd, which is perfect if you are looking for a quiet, unrushed evening out.

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If you were around in the '80's, that is what the atmosphere is kind of like. It's just not all that modern but it does have a lush feel to it. The staff is attentive, the owner is usually present and the food and drinks are well-prepared. I enjoy the desserts and breadsticks in particular and the happy hour menu provides a lot of inexpensive options if you just need a snack. However, it is true that it is too pricey to go there with any regularity for a full dinner. It tends to draw an older crowd, which is perfect if you are looking for a quiet, unrushed evening out.

Pros: Respectful, elegant service

Cons: A tad too 1980's in certain ways

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We had my daughter's b-day party there in the back private room. At dessert time, they brought a platter full of miniature desserts for the entire table to enjoy. They allowed me to decorate ahead of time, provided a table for gifts, and were very attentive. My husband is a dessert chef and was VERY impressed. We are not easy to impress: he is originally from NY; I am originally from (downtown) Atlanta, GA: 2 meccas for fine food. However, we were very pleasantly impressed! We will return, Noah!

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We had my daughter's b-day party there in the back private room. At dessert time, they brought a platter full of miniature desserts for the entire table to enjoy. They allowed me to decorate ahead of time, provided a table for gifts, and were very attentive. My husband is a dessert chef and was VERY impressed. We are not easy to impress: he is originally from NY; I am originally from (downtown) Atlanta, GA: 2 meccas for fine food. However, we were very pleasantly impressed! We will return, Noah!

Pros: great attentive staff

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I can only afford to go to Strings every now and again and it always exceeds my expectations and the wait staff is very attentive. But the last time I was in there I had a hard day at work and sat in the back for some privacy and relaxation. But the strange thing was that the owner ?or manager? was on the upper level staring down at me and that made me very uncomfortable and I just glared back at him but he never appologised or anything ,it was very strange??I felt like I was being spied on.

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★★★★☆

I can only afford to go to Strings every now and again and it always exceeds my expectations and the wait staff is very attentive. But the last time I was in there I had a hard day at work and sat in the back for some privacy and relaxation. But the strange thing was that the owner ?or manager? was on the upper level staring down at me and that made me very uncomfortable and I just glared back at him but he never appologised or anything ,it was very strange??I felt like I was being spied on.

Pros: Food and service

Cons: peeping owner

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I eat at Strings pretty regularly (and then head over to Dbar for desert). While the description says its expensive, its not really. There is a good choice of things on the menu that are really well priced and the starters are usually big enough to eat on their own. I highly recomend the beef carpaccio or during the summer they had a camembert with honey that was amazing. If your trying to reduce your soct try the 5280 ($26.40) 4 course menu every Sunday or a half order of the pasta.

The wait staff is always friendly and the bussers are fast.

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★★★★☆

I eat at Strings pretty regularly (and then head over to Dbar for desert). While the description says its expensive, its not really. There is a good choice of things on the menu that are really well priced and the starters are usually big enough to eat on their own. I highly recomend the beef carpaccio or during the summer they had a camembert with honey that was amazing. If your trying to reduce your soct try the 5280 ($26.40) 4 course menu every Sunday or a half order of the pasta.

The wait staff is always friendly and the bussers are fast.

Pros: Good food with a relaxing atmosphere

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Strings is one my favorite restaurants in Denver. It is expensive, but the food is fabulous. The service is excellent, and the artsy decor is great. This restaurant has been around for quite as while, with good reason.

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Strings is one my favorite restaurants in Denver. It is expensive, but the food is fabulous. The service is excellent, and the artsy decor is great. This restaurant has been around for quite as while, with good reason.

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I'm not a big fan of Strings, but I am a fan of Jason Sheehan's. I've been reading his reviews since he started and I'm pretty sure he has never reviewed Strings. So... blame the kitchen, not the critic.

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I'm not a big fan of Strings, but I am a fan of Jason Sheehan's. I've been reading his reviews since he started and I'm pretty sure he has never reviewed Strings. So... blame the kitchen, not the critic.

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My first experience at Strings was disappointing. I went with two friends on a Monday night. The service was excellent, the bread was great, but the meal wasn't at all what I expected from the reputation or the price. I ordered the New York Strip steak, and asked that it be cooked rare. The steak was somewhat overcooked, but that wasn't so bad -- I expect that, honestly. The potatoes on the side were overly salty, and the side-dish of sauteed spinach was so salty as to be inedible. The dessert wasn't that great either -- the mousse cake had a flavorless, cakelike crust that didn't go at all well with the mousse. The coffee, however, was wonderful.

Again, the service was great, but I won't be back, nor will I recommend the restaurant to friends.

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★☆☆☆☆

My first experience at Strings was disappointing. I went with two friends on a Monday night. The service was excellent, the bread was great, but the meal wasn't at all what I expected from the reputation or the price. I ordered the New York Strip steak, and asked that it be cooked rare. The steak was somewhat overcooked, but that wasn't so bad -- I expect that, honestly. The potatoes on the side were overly salty, and the side-dish of sauteed spinach was so salty as to be inedible. The dessert wasn't that great either -- the mousse cake had a flavorless, cakelike crust that didn't go at all well with the mousse. The coffee, however, was wonderful.

Again, the service was great, but I won't be back, nor will I recommend the restaurant to friends.

Pros: Great service, delicious bread, excellent martini

Cons: The food wasn't good, was poorly seasoned and hadn't been tasted before leaving the kitchen.

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Based on the review by local review critic Jason Sheehan of the Westword I looked forward to going to Strings. The restaurant does have its followers which I won't be a part of nor will I refer anyone to this restaurant based on my experience. I did have high hopes on this restaurant ; it has been a staple of the 17th Street scene and it's locally owned. The menu was heavy on the seafood although Colorado is landlocked, as we all know, oddly all but one of the appetizers on the Winter 2008 menu were seafood based. I didn't think it was price effective to get seafood out of season, but they seem to think differently. The service was non-existent besides when she took our order, dropped our food, and dropped our check and this was a slow night. I did have to hold her at the table so I could get my credit card out, I didn't know if she was ever going to come back. I ordered the Filet mignon, medium, can't go wrong their and the damn thing was burnt on the outside and the better part of well done on the inside. It was dry as a piece of leather and for $32 bucks. The white wine risotto it came with lacked cream, butter, cheese, seasoning and talent. It tasted more like mushy watered down rice pilaf . Redbird Chicken was ordered too, but it also was lacking salt and the accompaniments were many and over the top: dry corn bread, swiss chard and a sunny side up egg, nothing went together on that plate, tastes included. At the conclusion, I told the server that when guests leave half of their entrees on the plate it should tell you something was wrong. She was indifferent and insulted me by calling me cheap when she immediately offered to have them taken off. She didn't even want to listen to why it was a bad experience. Money wasn't the issue and she could have offered a multitude of things: attention to detail being one of them or a choice of different entrees. Instead she offered us no reason to return unless I wanted to be insulted.

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★★☆☆☆

Based on the review by local review critic Jason Sheehan of the Westword I looked forward to going to Strings. The restaurant does have its followers which I won't be a part of nor will I refer anyone to this restaurant based on my experience. I did have high hopes on this restaurant ; it has been a staple of the 17th Street scene and it's locally owned. The menu was heavy on the seafood although Colorado is landlocked, as we all know, oddly all but one of the appetizers on the Winter 2008 menu were seafood based. I didn't think it was price effective to get seafood out of season, but they seem to think differently. The service was non-existent besides when she took our order, dropped our food, and dropped our check and this was a slow night. I did have to hold her at the table so I could get my credit card out, I didn't know if she was ever going to come back. I ordered the Filet mignon, medium, can't go wrong their and the damn thing was burnt on the outside and the better part of well done on the inside. It was dry as a piece of leather and for $32 bucks. The white wine risotto it came with lacked cream, butter, cheese, seasoning and talent. It tasted more like mushy watered down rice pilaf . Redbird Chicken was ordered too, but it also was lacking salt and the accompaniments were many and over the top: dry corn bread, swiss chard and a sunny side up egg, nothing went together on that plate, tastes included. At the conclusion, I told the server that when guests leave half of their entrees on the plate it should tell you something was wrong. She was indifferent and insulted me by calling me cheap when she immediately offered to have them taken off. She didn't even want to listen to why it was a bad experience. Money wasn't the issue and she could have offered a multitude of things: attention to detail being one of them or a choice of different entrees. Instead she offered us no reason to return unless I wanted to be insulted.

Pros: free parking on street, local restaurant

Cons: Non-existent server, don't order steak, indifferent staff

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Strings is a classic, upscale local Denver restaurant. Chef Nole Cunningham offers creative menu in conjunction with a notable wine list. The setting is also very creative.

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★★★★☆

Strings is a classic, upscale local Denver restaurant. Chef Nole Cunningham offers creative menu in conjunction with a notable wine list. The setting is also very creative.

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Even though the Meal Price is listed as $$$$, you can eat at Strings on a regular basis by enjoying the bar menu. You can even order off this menu sitting outside on the patio while people watching, but we do enjoy sitting in the bar when Chris (or it could be Kris) is bartending. She is friendly, personable, and mixes great drinks. A personal favorite is the Beef Carpaccio, which is served on a chilled glass block. I don't know if it's the presentation or just a better cut of beef, but it's my favorite Carpaccio in Denver. There's also a tempura-battered chicken nugget that comes with a dipping sauce. It's a McDonald's McNugget that went to finishing school. It comes with a dipping sauce that seems to change seasonally. The only drawback to this is if you really liked the dipping sauce at one point and it changes, you can't ask for it. But that's not much of a flaw. I think I've only ever ordered off of the main menu one time, and I'm sure whatever it was was delicious, but that bar menu lets us order a lot of items to mix and match and is generally inexpensive. There is valet parking at the corner of Humboldt and 17th, but you can usually find parking within a block or two. All-in-all, I really enjoy Strings and have no real "con" to list.

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★★★★★

Even though the Meal Price is listed as $$$$, you can eat at Strings on a regular basis by enjoying the bar menu. You can even order off this menu sitting outside on the patio while people watching, but we do enjoy sitting in the bar when Chris (or it could be Kris) is bartending. She is friendly, personable, and mixes great drinks. A personal favorite is the Beef Carpaccio, which is served on a chilled glass block. I don't know if it's the presentation or just a better cut of beef, but it's my favorite Carpaccio in Denver. There's also a tempura-battered chicken nugget that comes with a dipping sauce. It's a McDonald's McNugget that went to finishing school. It comes with a dipping sauce that seems to change seasonally. The only drawback to this is if you really liked the dipping sauce at one point and it changes, you can't ask for it. But that's not much of a flaw. I think I've only ever ordered off of the main menu one time, and I'm sure whatever it was was delicious, but that bar menu lets us order a lot of items to mix and match and is generally inexpensive. There is valet parking at the corner of Humboldt and 17th, but you can usually find parking within a block or two. All-in-all, I really enjoy Strings and have no real "con" to list.

Pros: The Bar Menu, The Bartender, The homemade ice creams and sorbets

Cons: I've never experienced a con

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A nice dining experience starts with a well-made cocktail and Strings doesn't disappoint. Their bar staff know what they're doing, excellent drinks with a smile. The atmosphere is fun and lively with excellent food. Don't miss the carpaccio appetizer, both the presentation and the taste are fantastic. Service was smooth, timely and friendly with attentive bus staff supporting knowledgeable servers. Strings has been a fun place to go in Denver for literally decades and in the restaurant business that kind of logevity is almost a recommendation in itself. Enjoy.

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★★★★☆

A nice dining experience starts with a well-made cocktail and Strings doesn't disappoint. Their bar staff know what they're doing, excellent drinks with a smile. The atmosphere is fun and lively with excellent food. Don't miss the carpaccio appetizer, both the presentation and the taste are fantastic. Service was smooth, timely and friendly with attentive bus staff supporting knowledgeable servers. Strings has been a fun place to go in Denver for literally decades and in the restaurant business that kind of logevity is almost a recommendation in itself. Enjoy.

Pros: Lively fine dining in Denver classic

Cons: Don't sit upstairs (low ceiling and noisy)

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My boyrfiend and I went to Strings on Valentine's Day based on a few recommendations. I'm thinking people who have enjoyed this restaurant have been here before when it was not a holiday. When we first got there we waited at the bar until our table was ready. The bartender said they would send a waitress over to serve us, but no one showed. The service the rest of the evening was similiar. We only saw our waitress twice, there was no overview of the menu, and our wine took almost as long as our appetizers to arrive. They had a set menu. My boyfriend ordered the venison, which appeared to only be raisons and sauce with no meat. My ravioli was borderline raw and just awful. We received the last of the lobster tail, which was overcooked and the butter sauce was extremely salty. The only positive outcome was that upon complaining, we were not charged and offered a free lunch.

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★☆☆☆☆

My boyrfiend and I went to Strings on Valentine's Day based on a few recommendations. I'm thinking people who have enjoyed this restaurant have been here before when it was not a holiday. When we first got there we waited at the bar until our table was ready. The bartender said they would send a waitress over to serve us, but no one showed. The service the rest of the evening was similiar. We only saw our waitress twice, there was no overview of the menu, and our wine took almost as long as our appetizers to arrive. They had a set menu. My boyfriend ordered the venison, which appeared to only be raisons and sauce with no meat. My ravioli was borderline raw and just awful. We received the last of the lobster tail, which was overcooked and the butter sauce was extremely salty. The only positive outcome was that upon complaining, we were not charged and offered a free lunch.

Pros: Good wine and we were compensated for our complaints

Cons: poor service and food

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Very boring food. VERY over-priced pre-fixed menu for holiday. I would not recommend it to anyone.

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Very boring food. VERY over-priced pre-fixed menu for holiday. I would not recommend it to anyone.

Pros: good neighborhood with other choices

Cons: very over-priced

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I have been going to Strings since it first opened. I have never, ever had anything that I wasn't absolutely 100% satisfied with. The food is wonderful, service top cabin and a charming atmosphere. It is one of the few places in the world where you can dress to the nines and feel comfortable, or simply be driving down the street wearing shorts and sandals and stop in and feel perfectly comfortable. While reservations are strongly advised, who wouldn't wait in the charming bar for a table should you have forgotten to call ahead. Noel and Tammy cunningham are two of the finest people you could ever meet. An absolute must for visiting friends and relatives. Whether it be a birthday, holiday, a special treat or simply stopping by for a light lunch, it is an institution in our beautiful city. I do wish, however, that they would bring back Saturday lunches. I do miss that, indeed.

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★★★★★

I have been going to Strings since it first opened. I have never, ever had anything that I wasn't absolutely 100% satisfied with. The food is wonderful, service top cabin and a charming atmosphere. It is one of the few places in the world where you can dress to the nines and feel comfortable, or simply be driving down the street wearing shorts and sandals and stop in and feel perfectly comfortable. While reservations are strongly advised, who wouldn't wait in the charming bar for a table should you have forgotten to call ahead. Noel and Tammy cunningham are two of the finest people you could ever meet. An absolute must for visiting friends and relatives. Whether it be a birthday, holiday, a special treat or simply stopping by for a light lunch, it is an institution in our beautiful city. I do wish, however, that they would bring back Saturday lunches. I do miss that, indeed.

Pros: Food and service are 2nd to none. Simple and elegant, so you always feel comfortable and welcome.

Cons: Honestly can't think of any except that I wish thet were still open for Saturday lunch.

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I just love dining at Strings. The food and service are always top notch. The owner, Noel Cunningham, is such a wonderful philanthropist and a terrific conversationalist. He always asks my children to go into the kitchen with him to make their own sundaes. My two kids adore Noel and my whole family loves going to Strings. Try the beef carpaccio and the drink specials.

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★★★★★

I just love dining at Strings. The food and service are always top notch. The owner, Noel Cunningham, is such a wonderful philanthropist and a terrific conversationalist. He always asks my children to go into the kitchen with him to make their own sundaes. My two kids adore Noel and my whole family loves going to Strings. Try the beef carpaccio and the drink specials.

Pros: Great service and terrific food

Cons: none

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I went to Strings for the first time tonight, and was blown away by every aspect of my evening. Every staff member from the hostess to the wait staff and bussers, especially the manager, were concerned with everything being perfect, which it was. The service was outstanding, bread at the beginning was full of flavor, and everything on the menu looked great. I have the pasta special for the night and my date had Sea Bass, and both were out of this world. The prices are much lower than you would expect for being listed as a 4$ establishment, but the service and quality exceed that of restaurants where I would pay twice as much. I am mad I didn't find this place before. I will return and continue to spread the word about my new favorite restaurant.

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★★★★★

I went to Strings for the first time tonight, and was blown away by every aspect of my evening. Every staff member from the hostess to the wait staff and bussers, especially the manager, were concerned with everything being perfect, which it was. The service was outstanding, bread at the beginning was full of flavor, and everything on the menu looked great. I have the pasta special for the night and my date had Sea Bass, and both were out of this world. The prices are much lower than you would expect for being listed as a 4$ establishment, but the service and quality exceed that of restaurants where I would pay twice as much. I am mad I didn't find this place before. I will return and continue to spread the word about my new favorite restaurant.

Pros: Wonderful Flavors, Outstanding Staff, Desserts!

Cons: None

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This used to be one of my favorite restaurants in Denver but not anymore. The last few times we have been here, service was awful. At different meals the staff was rude, the meals items were brought out cold or at different times, the wait times between courses was over an hour, etc. The only thing constant is the terrible service. Call me crazy but when you order port with dessert, you actually expect it to be brought out with dessert- not when you get the bill.

The food is also declining but is still pretty good. I still love the carpaccio and tuna tartar but as an example, some of the grilled veggies on my salad were slimy and old- almost unedible.

We won't be going back here anymore. I don't know what happened over the last few years but we have given it many chances in the hope that they were just having an off-night. It seems everyt time we go, they have an off night. There are plenty of other upscale restaurants that have great service and food for less than what you pay at Strings.

MY OLD REVIEW FROM 2005: Carpaccio and Tuna Tartar To Die For: I am a bit biased because I love their sister restaurant, 240 Union, but Strings is delightful. Every course is well prepared and the appetizers are especially good. My favorites are the carpaccio and tuna tartar. Even the bread that is served is amazing! The wine can be a bit overpriced but it is well worth paying a bit more when it is accompanied by the delicious food.

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This used to be one of my favorite restaurants in Denver but not anymore. The last few times we have been here, service was awful. At different meals the staff was rude, the meals items were brought out cold or at different times, the wait times between courses was over an hour, etc. The only thing constant is the terrible service. Call me crazy but when you order port with dessert, you actually expect it to be brought out with dessert- not when you get the bill.

The food is also declining but is still pretty good. I still love the carpaccio and tuna tartar but as an example, some of the grilled veggies on my salad were slimy and old- almost unedible.

We won't be going back here anymore. I don't know what happened over the last few years but we have given it many chances in the hope that they were just having an off-night. It seems everyt time we go, they have an off night. There are plenty of other upscale restaurants that have great service and food for less than what you pay at Strings.

MY OLD REVIEW FROM 2005: Carpaccio and Tuna Tartar To Die For: I am a bit biased because I love their sister restaurant, 240 Union, but Strings is delightful. Every course is well prepared and the appetizers are especially good. My favorites are the carpaccio and tuna tartar. Even the bread that is served is amazing! The wine can be a bit overpriced but it is well worth paying a bit more when it is accompanied by the delicious food.

Pros: not many pros anymore

Cons: poor service, average food

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Strings is perfect for entertaining out of town guests, good friends, or just a special dinner for the two of you. The food is superb, the wine list is one of the best in denver, the desserts are perfectly paired with after-dinner cordials. The service is attentive, but not stuffy. The ambience suits shorts or, well, suits. Explore new restaurants, try the latest food craze, but you will come back here for reliably the best and most consistent dining experience. And Noel and Tammy do it all for the love of serving their guests and to support too many causes and people to count.

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★★★★★

Strings is perfect for entertaining out of town guests, good friends, or just a special dinner for the two of you. The food is superb, the wine list is one of the best in denver, the desserts are perfectly paired with after-dinner cordials. The service is attentive, but not stuffy. The ambience suits shorts or, well, suits. Explore new restaurants, try the latest food craze, but you will come back here for reliably the best and most consistent dining experience. And Noel and Tammy do it all for the love of serving their guests and to support too many causes and people to count.

Pros: Variety, Creativity, Service

Cons: Any "cons" would be, someone else's pros.

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After so being open for so long you would think that Strings would be out of touch, not at all! I have not had such wonderfull food in so long. The Chicken sliders on the patio menu are heaven in my mouth! The Bartender is Cute as well as knowledgeable about the menu. I highly recomend this eatery to anyone who wants to see or be seen, or who wants just great food and service.

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★★★★★

After so being open for so long you would think that Strings would be out of touch, not at all! I have not had such wonderfull food in so long. The Chicken sliders on the patio menu are heaven in my mouth! The Bartender is Cute as well as knowledgeable about the menu. I highly recomend this eatery to anyone who wants to see or be seen, or who wants just great food and service.

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Perfect! Everything we had was phenomenal. The ambiance was a little 80's old school with lots of black and white and less than spiffy bathrooms, but the food was so great that we'll be back! We are out-of- towners and don't even want to try something new. I know we'll leave comfortably full and completely satisfied again. The staff seemed to know a lot about wine and were very helpful. It felt like a great neighborhood retreat. The night we were there basketball celebs were in and no one made a fuss. NICE.

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★★★★★

Perfect! Everything we had was phenomenal. The ambiance was a little 80's old school with lots of black and white and less than spiffy bathrooms, but the food was so great that we'll be back! We are out-of- towners and don't even want to try something new. I know we'll leave comfortably full and completely satisfied again. The staff seemed to know a lot about wine and were very helpful. It felt like a great neighborhood retreat. The night we were there basketball celebs were in and no one made a fuss. NICE.

Pros: food, menu, deals

Cons: bathrooms, facade

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Heard about the new bar and patio menus and had to try - absolutely fabulous (everything under $10!) and had a great Friday night out with the girls a few weeks back. Went back for dinner with a date last week - he had the seabass, I had the bouillabase - and the pistachio salad - absolutely to die for. Service was amazing and so was the food - will be back again soon - highly recommended!

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★★★★★

Heard about the new bar and patio menus and had to try - absolutely fabulous (everything under $10!) and had a great Friday night out with the girls a few weeks back. Went back for dinner with a date last week - he had the seabass, I had the bouillabase - and the pistachio salad - absolutely to die for. Service was amazing and so was the food - will be back again soon - highly recommended!

Pros: Comp valet parking, great patio, great food

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Strings open, sunny dining room is a welcome treat! The service is unparalleled with friendly, knowledgeable, helpful waitstaff - some servers have been there for as long as Strings has been open - 19 years. The food is out of this world, unique New American cusine - with something for everyone. If you don't find something you like on the menu, the chef will glady special order something just for you! There are 4 private dining areas which are great for private parties and events. The owner, Noel Cunningham is one of Denver's biggest philanthropists - he hosts non profit events and charitable causes all the time. If you have never been to Strings - run don't walk to this unique eatery in the heart of uptown Denver. Complimentary parking is also key!

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★★★★★

Strings open, sunny dining room is a welcome treat! The service is unparalleled with friendly, knowledgeable, helpful waitstaff - some servers have been there for as long as Strings has been open - 19 years. The food is out of this world, unique New American cusine - with something for everyone. If you don't find something you like on the menu, the chef will glady special order something just for you! There are 4 private dining areas which are great for private parties and events. The owner, Noel Cunningham is one of Denver's biggest philanthropists - he hosts non profit events and charitable causes all the time. If you have never been to Strings - run don't walk to this unique eatery in the heart of uptown Denver. Complimentary parking is also key!

Pros: exceptional cuisine, friendly waitstaff, open and airy atmosph

Cons: not open for weekend , too many good things

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I ordered an $8.00 glass of wine and was given half a glass. I asked how much was in the glass and the reply was: "3 to 4 ounces, that is the way "they" serve it". I have been going there for many years and have always liked it. The service is unexcelled!

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★★★☆☆

I ordered an $8.00 glass of wine and was given half a glass. I asked how much was in the glass and the reply was: "3 to 4 ounces, that is the way "they" serve it". I have been going there for many years and have always liked it. The service is unexcelled!

Pros: Service, Mixed drinks, Parking Service

Cons: Don't buy wine

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I have been going to Strings since it opened almost 15 years ago. The food and service have kept this one of Denver's favorites. Noel and Tammy Cunningham do so many wonderful things for children of all ages. Whether it be their venture in Ethopia or their wonderfully generous Mother's Day offering. On a scale of 1 to 10, this place gets my consistent vote of 15.

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★★★★★

I have been going to Strings since it opened almost 15 years ago. The food and service have kept this one of Denver's favorites. Noel and Tammy Cunningham do so many wonderful things for children of all ages. Whether it be their venture in Ethopia or their wonderfully generous Mother's Day offering. On a scale of 1 to 10, this place gets my consistent vote of 15.

Pros: food, service, ambience

Cons: can't think of any - , honestly

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We stopped by Strings last night after our original dining plans fell through. Having no previous experience with the restaurant and being new to Denver we really didnt know what to expect. The food and presentation were both exceptional and the service was very professional. After a minor hiccup on a very busy Friday night, (meat on two dishes was cold), the servers returned with fresh hot entries with apologies from the Chef and management and remained very attentive for the remainder of the delicious meal. We were on a schedule and as such were not able to sample the desserts, however we definitely intend on returning and educating our social circle about the restaurant. It is one of the few restaurants in Denver which feels almost NY cosmopolitan without being pretentious.

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★★★★★

We stopped by Strings last night after our original dining plans fell through. Having no previous experience with the restaurant and being new to Denver we really didnt know what to expect. The food and presentation were both exceptional and the service was very professional. After a minor hiccup on a very busy Friday night, (meat on two dishes was cold), the servers returned with fresh hot entries with apologies from the Chef and management and remained very attentive for the remainder of the delicious meal. We were on a schedule and as such were not able to sample the desserts, however we definitely intend on returning and educating our social circle about the restaurant. It is one of the few restaurants in Denver which feels almost NY cosmopolitan without being pretentious.

Pros: Excellant Food, Excellant Service, Valet Parking

Cons: , Difficult Parking

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Strings is the best restaurant in Denver because they not only have great food but do great things around the city and world to fight hunger. It's great for well behaved children also because sometimes they get to make their own dessert in the kitchen. I love that when I go in there is always the same staff and they are extremely friendly.

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★★★★★

Strings is the best restaurant in Denver because they not only have great food but do great things around the city and world to fight hunger. It's great for well behaved children also because sometimes they get to make their own dessert in the kitchen. I love that when I go in there is always the same staff and they are extremely friendly.

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