Market

★★★★★
  • 1445 Larimer St

    Denver, CO 80202

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  • 303-534-5140

About Market

Hours
Monday To Thursday From 06:00 AM To 11:00 PM Friday To Saturday From 06:00 AM To 12:00 AM Sunday From 06:00 AM To 10:00 PM

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This place is mediocre. In order to purchase coffee using a debit card, you have to have a $5 minimum. Some of the staff were kind (the guy with glasses up front who served the coffee let the $5 minimum slide for me). At the upper level

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This place is mediocre. In order to purchase coffee using a debit card, you have to have a $5 minimum. Some of the staff were kind (the guy with glasses up front who served the coffee let the $5 minimum slide for me). At the upper level

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Terrible service appears to be the new paradigm at the Market. My wife and I are long time customers and never had reason to complain, until today. Apparently, asking to have your baked good warmed, is not a good idea at this

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Terrible service appears to be the new paradigm at the Market. My wife and I are long time customers and never had reason to complain, until today. Apparently, asking to have your baked good warmed, is not a good idea at this

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I got food poisoning from their 3 salad platter about a year ago. I decided not to eat there again until several weeks ago and once again, got food poisoning that lasted for 4 days.

My issue with the Market is that I don't believe them to

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★★★★★

I got food poisoning from their 3 salad platter about a year ago. I decided not to eat there again until several weeks ago and once again, got food poisoning that lasted for 4 days.

My issue with the Market is that I don't believe them to

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I visited the "The Market" Located at 1445 Larimer Street, 80202 in Larimer Square on May the 26Th 2011 with my " Medical Service Dog" I was treated nice by the employees at the counters as I ordered my goods. Then as I was leaving the

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I visited the "The Market" Located at 1445 Larimer Street, 80202 in Larimer Square on May the 26Th 2011 with my " Medical Service Dog" I was treated nice by the employees at the counters as I ordered my goods. Then as I was leaving the

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Fresh. Fresh and wonderful. Great cheese. Everyone is so nice, including the chefs. The deli is really great too. Go grab something and sit outside, you will love it!

5
★★★★★

Fresh. Fresh and wonderful. Great cheese. Everyone is so nice, including the chefs. The deli is really great too. Go grab something and sit outside, you will love it!

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I liked that I can see what I am going to eat before it is cooked. Everything was super fresh and the chef's were very kind and welcoming. I even recommend taking something to go and make your own recipe at home.

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I liked that I can see what I am going to eat before it is cooked. Everything was super fresh and the chef's were very kind and welcoming. I even recommend taking something to go and make your own recipe at home.

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I really enjoy the Market. If you cannot decide what you want to eat, or you are with a group that can't come to an agreement, this is the perfect place. There are sandwiches, hot food selections, a salad bar, many pasta salads, cakes, ice cream, and pastries. The Market also has a large selection of beverages from a coffee bar to wine to soda and juice. I think the sandwiches may be a bit overpriced, but the rest of the food here is very fairly priced and the portions are huge. I work downtown and regularly go here for both lunch and dinner, the Market is open late. I have recommended the Market to many co workers who wanted to go to lunch together but could not agree or did not know what the others would like to eat, and they always come back happy. Also a great place for kids!

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★★★★★

I really enjoy the Market. If you cannot decide what you want to eat, or you are with a group that can't come to an agreement, this is the perfect place. There are sandwiches, hot food selections, a salad bar, many pasta salads, cakes, ice cream, and pastries. The Market also has a large selection of beverages from a coffee bar to wine to soda and juice. I think the sandwiches may be a bit overpriced, but the rest of the food here is very fairly priced and the portions are huge. I work downtown and regularly go here for both lunch and dinner, the Market is open late. I have recommended the Market to many co workers who wanted to go to lunch together but could not agree or did not know what the others would like to eat, and they always come back happy. Also a great place for kids!

Cons: uncomfortable seating and average staff

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I love the Market so much!! They make a southwestern polenta that will knock your socks off! It's vegetarian (not vegan though) and it's amazing! The rest of the food is awesome as well. Get the Spring Fling Cake and you will never be the same again.

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★★★★★

I love the Market so much!! They make a southwestern polenta that will knock your socks off! It's vegetarian (not vegan though) and it's amazing! The rest of the food is awesome as well. Get the Spring Fling Cake and you will never be the same again.

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I am very surprised to read all of the rave reviews of The Market on this site. I work right around the corner and have stopped in many times for coffee, other beverages, or sandwiches. Every time I have gone here I have been beyond disappointed with the quality of the food, the service provided and the value for the price. Although the store itself is very charming and has great outdoor seating--good for people-watching and enjoying the sunny Denver weather--the prices here reflect more on their probable high rent rather than the quality of their food. A basic turkey sandwich with lettuce, a slice of cheese, mediocre bread and yellow French's-type mustard ran me about $7-8. The bread tasted like a supermarket roll, the lettuce was plain old iceburg (not even some Romaine?) and it did not even come with anything other than a wilted pickle--not even a deli pickle. I know that CO is not a mecca for deli's and as an East-coaster I should not have the same expectations as I would of ones in NY, Boston or Philly,--but really, how can they charge what they charge for this mediocre food? It honestly is overpriced Subway. I paid over $3.50 for an iced coffee this afternoon, and I even brought my own travel mug. The Tattered Cover does not even charge this much and they tend to be a little pricy as well. When I asked if the price of the coffee was inflated for the DNC I was told that their cold-brew 'Toddy' process was more expensive. I own a Toddy coffee maker-it is essentially a plastic bowl with a hole on the bottom. You steep the coffee in cold water and then let it filter through. It is absolutely not more expensive than brewing regular drip coffee. Service at the coffee bar is better than at the deli or the bakery counters--prepare to wait in a long, slow and inefficient lines for overpriced sandwiches and baked goods. I wish I could say something positive, and I do occasionally return in hopes of a better experience but today's visit will likely be my last.

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I am very surprised to read all of the rave reviews of The Market on this site. I work right around the corner and have stopped in many times for coffee, other beverages, or sandwiches. Every time I have gone here I have been beyond disappointed with the quality of the food, the service provided and the value for the price. Although the store itself is very charming and has great outdoor seating--good for people-watching and enjoying the sunny Denver weather--the prices here reflect more on their probable high rent rather than the quality of their food. A basic turkey sandwich with lettuce, a slice of cheese, mediocre bread and yellow French's-type mustard ran me about $7-8. The bread tasted like a supermarket roll, the lettuce was plain old iceburg (not even some Romaine?) and it did not even come with anything other than a wilted pickle--not even a deli pickle. I know that CO is not a mecca for deli's and as an East-coaster I should not have the same expectations as I would of ones in NY, Boston or Philly,--but really, how can they charge what they charge for this mediocre food? It honestly is overpriced Subway. I paid over $3.50 for an iced coffee this afternoon, and I even brought my own travel mug. The Tattered Cover does not even charge this much and they tend to be a little pricy as well. When I asked if the price of the coffee was inflated for the DNC I was told that their cold-brew 'Toddy' process was more expensive. I own a Toddy coffee maker-it is essentially a plastic bowl with a hole on the bottom. You steep the coffee in cold water and then let it filter through. It is absolutely not more expensive than brewing regular drip coffee. Service at the coffee bar is better than at the deli or the bakery counters--prepare to wait in a long, slow and inefficient lines for overpriced sandwiches and baked goods. I wish I could say something positive, and I do occasionally return in hopes of a better experience but today's visit will likely be my last.

Pros: Pretty building, nice ambiance, great outdoor seating

Cons: Pretty much everything else. Price, quality, slow service, very poor value for money

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I started going to the Market with my mom when I was a little girl for our ?coffee dates? and have always loved it. Over the last 15 years Larimer Square has gone through numerous vendors but the Market has remained in tact. They have a wonderful coffee bar and deli, and a great selection of sweets to enjoy with your coffee or after your meal. It?s a great place to meet friends, people watch (especially outside in the summer), read a book, or bring your laptop to catch-up on work. If you like variety, this is the place for you. This is one of my favorite spots in Denver and I would recommend it to anyone that is looking for a fun experience.

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★★★★★

I started going to the Market with my mom when I was a little girl for our ?coffee dates? and have always loved it. Over the last 15 years Larimer Square has gone through numerous vendors but the Market has remained in tact. They have a wonderful coffee bar and deli, and a great selection of sweets to enjoy with your coffee or after your meal. It?s a great place to meet friends, people watch (especially outside in the summer), read a book, or bring your laptop to catch-up on work. If you like variety, this is the place for you. This is one of my favorite spots in Denver and I would recommend it to anyone that is looking for a fun experience.

Pros: Ambeince, Variety, Cheap Eats, People Watching, Experience

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I love love love this market. The Market has the best selection of cheese, meats and wines. They have a great deli too. I love to go here for lunch and sit outside on the sidewalk cafe. It is just awesome food.

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★★★★★

I love love love this market. The Market has the best selection of cheese, meats and wines. They have a great deli too. I love to go here for lunch and sit outside on the sidewalk cafe. It is just awesome food.

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I live in Kansas City and whenever I visit Denver I have to go to The Market. It truly is a market, not a sit down restaurant, but the food is high quality and there's a ton of variety from breakfast to dinner. If you're traveling and want something casual, this is it. I'm always excited to see what they've made for the day as it's always different. I don't eat meat--I do eat chicken, turkey and fish--and there are many options. I'm also a trainer and personal cook, so health conscious options are important to me and while not everything is healthy, there are healthy options as well.
There's not a lot of seating, at busy times it can be a little bit of a squeeze to get around the counters. Pricing is varied $5-9 depending on portion sizes and your selections. Some items priced by the pound. Such a great place, wish we had one in KC!

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★★★★★

I live in Kansas City and whenever I visit Denver I have to go to The Market. It truly is a market, not a sit down restaurant, but the food is high quality and there's a ton of variety from breakfast to dinner. If you're traveling and want something casual, this is it. I'm always excited to see what they've made for the day as it's always different. I don't eat meat--I do eat chicken, turkey and fish--and there are many options. I'm also a trainer and personal cook, so health conscious options are important to me and while not everything is healthy, there are healthy options as well.
There's not a lot of seating, at busy times it can be a little bit of a squeeze to get around the counters. Pricing is varied $5-9 depending on portion sizes and your selections. Some items priced by the pound. Such a great place, wish we had one in KC!

Pros: variety of foods, pricing, high quality food, service

Cons: small tables and can be crowded at busy times

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This is Food Snobs coffee house, desert stop, and, jeeez, I hate to cook tonight stop for something to go better than just fast food. This is a real downtown gem. Pastries with coffee are outstanding. For a nice deli meal with a wine or beer, again, the spot, the people and the selection make this place tough to beat.

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★★★★★

This is Food Snobs coffee house, desert stop, and, jeeez, I hate to cook tonight stop for something to go better than just fast food. This is a real downtown gem. Pastries with coffee are outstanding. For a nice deli meal with a wine or beer, again, the spot, the people and the selection make this place tough to beat.

Pros: The Charm

Cons: The parking

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I love the atmosphere of this Larimer hot spot. I always meet my out of town friends here when they're stying downtown. Great coffe and comfortable atmsphere. Has a mountainy, small town feel.

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I love the atmosphere of this Larimer hot spot. I always meet my out of town friends here when they're stying downtown. Great coffe and comfortable atmsphere. Has a mountainy, small town feel.

Pros: The coffee.

Cons: It can be hard to find a seat sometimes.

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The spring fling cake from the Market is hands down the best cake in the world. We have family who come down from Wyoming to get it. mmmmmmm

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The spring fling cake from the Market is hands down the best cake in the world. We have family who come down from Wyoming to get it. mmmmmmm

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Rustic shop full of locals on a nice shopping district street downtown. Great deli selection many friends and plenty of space to sit.
Coffee is not too good -- they say its roasted here in Denver -- If it is it must be roasted and then stored for some time before its brewed, it was flat and stale tasting. Their pastry is pretty good (i think they bake their own) I heard that some famous writer hung out their and wrote a best seller. who knows?

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★★★★☆

Rustic shop full of locals on a nice shopping district street downtown. Great deli selection many friends and plenty of space to sit.
Coffee is not too good -- they say its roasted here in Denver -- If it is it must be roasted and then stored for some time before its brewed, it was flat and stale tasting. Their pastry is pretty good (i think they bake their own) I heard that some famous writer hung out their and wrote a best seller. who knows?

Pros: good food, lots of seating

Cons: not too good coffee

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LOVE the Market. Excellent coffee and desserts, and really good sandwiches and lunch. Great place to sit outside or in and read the paper or people-watch as the world goes by.

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★★★★★

LOVE the Market. Excellent coffee and desserts, and really good sandwiches and lunch. Great place to sit outside or in and read the paper or people-watch as the world goes by.

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The Market is a GREAT place to go chill and hang out for a few hours. I would head over there a number of times a week after class and have some coffee and/or meet with friends. I live out in Washington DC now and there are some pretty cool places here, but I truly do miss The Market.

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★★★★★

The Market is a GREAT place to go chill and hang out for a few hours. I would head over there a number of times a week after class and have some coffee and/or meet with friends. I live out in Washington DC now and there are some pretty cool places here, but I truly do miss The Market.

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I love the Market. The atmosphere, the food--amazing! Try the chicken tarragon. You'll want to come back each day for more. The one drawback about this place is that the person who usually works the register is blatantly rude. I didn't know people this rude lived in Denver. I put up with him because I LOVE everything else about the place. As long as you're prepared to deal with his snotty lectures, his condescending tone, and his offensive language, you won't regret going.

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★★★★☆

I love the Market. The atmosphere, the food--amazing! Try the chicken tarragon. You'll want to come back each day for more. The one drawback about this place is that the person who usually works the register is blatantly rude. I didn't know people this rude lived in Denver. I put up with him because I LOVE everything else about the place. As long as you're prepared to deal with his snotty lectures, his condescending tone, and his offensive language, you won't regret going.

Pros: Excellent Food, Atmosphere

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I love The Market. Great coffee and pastries. Fun atmosphere.

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★★★★★

I love The Market. Great coffee and pastries. Fun atmosphere.

Pros: Good food, reasonable, great coffee

Cons: bad parking

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..or maybe not so light--depending on how much you order. It's tempting to have eyes bigger than your stomach in this deli-style market with outdoor seating. Order sandwiches, salads or pastries and carry them out to Larimer Street to

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★★★★★

..or maybe not so light--depending on how much you order. It's tempting to have eyes bigger than your stomach in this deli-style market with outdoor seating. Order sandwiches, salads or pastries and carry them out to Larimer Street to

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Everyone from businesspeople and pierced students to families and in-line skaters frequent this sidewalk cafe. This dessert heaven features cookies, cakes, tortes, pastries and muffins prepared on-site. Sandwiches are…

 

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