Luca

★★★★☆
  • 711 N Grant St

    Denver, CO 80203

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  • 303-832-6600

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Recently went to Luca D'italia for a friend's birthday dinner...... The food quality was marginal at best, the portions were tiny, the server continued to interrupt conversations every time she approached the table, it took forever to get

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Recently went to Luca D'italia for a friend's birthday dinner...... The food quality was marginal at best, the portions were tiny, the server continued to interrupt conversations every time she approached the table, it took forever to get

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My friend and I went here for dinner. Our server was mediocre at best. He did not know what was on the tasting menu at all, did not know the three sorbets and only once did he top off our wine(we did it the rest of the time). This is unacceptable at a restaurant that bills itself as one of the best in Denver. my friend had the octopus appetizer and while there was nothing wrong with it, the sauce was the only flavor. The meat was bland (you will realize this is a theme throughout the meal). I had the Tuna Carpaccio appetizer and it fell very flat. The fish was gooey and tasteless. My friend then got the Lobster Ravioli...again no flavor, three small ravioli with probably the tiniest lobster claw I have ever seen in the middle. I had the Halibut. It was perfectly cooked, but it should be at this type of restaurant. It had a nice crust, but no flavor. It was on a bed of corn chowder and fresh tomato. These ingredients did not mesh with the dish at all. The fresh tomato completely detracted from the fish and the chowder bed. The wine recommended by the bartender was excellent. The reason for two stars--I expect something better out of a place that gets written up everywhere and touts itself as something special. Get creative, add some flair and flavor or why bother.

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★★☆☆☆

My friend and I went here for dinner. Our server was mediocre at best. He did not know what was on the tasting menu at all, did not know the three sorbets and only once did he top off our wine(we did it the rest of the time). This is unacceptable at a restaurant that bills itself as one of the best in Denver. my friend had the octopus appetizer and while there was nothing wrong with it, the sauce was the only flavor. The meat was bland (you will realize this is a theme throughout the meal). I had the Tuna Carpaccio appetizer and it fell very flat. The fish was gooey and tasteless. My friend then got the Lobster Ravioli...again no flavor, three small ravioli with probably the tiniest lobster claw I have ever seen in the middle. I had the Halibut. It was perfectly cooked, but it should be at this type of restaurant. It had a nice crust, but no flavor. It was on a bed of corn chowder and fresh tomato. These ingredients did not mesh with the dish at all. The fresh tomato completely detracted from the fish and the chowder bed. The wine recommended by the bartender was excellent. The reason for two stars--I expect something better out of a place that gets written up everywhere and touts itself as something special. Get creative, add some flair and flavor or why bother.

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My husband and I celebrated our anniversary at Luca and it was fabulous. As requested, they reserved us a great little table by the window. The treated us like honored guests on our special day. It could not have been more memorable. We did the tasting menu paired with wine and the pace of the courses and the wine pairings were great. We had many wines we would have never selected on our own. What a fun experience. The only negative is that there may have been too much food. One of the best in Denver - or anywhere.

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★★★★★

My husband and I celebrated our anniversary at Luca and it was fabulous. As requested, they reserved us a great little table by the window. The treated us like honored guests on our special day. It could not have been more memorable. We did the tasting menu paired with wine and the pace of the courses and the wine pairings were great. We had many wines we would have never selected on our own. What a fun experience. The only negative is that there may have been too much food. One of the best in Denver - or anywhere.

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We went there for a special occasion dinner and it was amazing. The food was just as good as their sister restaurant Mizuna, the service was exceptional and atmosphere very pleasant. They recommended a great Italian wine, which we all loved and it was perfect with my beautifully cooked scallops.

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★★★★★

We went there for a special occasion dinner and it was amazing. The food was just as good as their sister restaurant Mizuna, the service was exceptional and atmosphere very pleasant. They recommended a great Italian wine, which we all loved and it was perfect with my beautifully cooked scallops.

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A great choice for a special occasion dinner. The food is great. We had the tasting menu and each course was delicious.

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★★★★☆

A great choice for a special occasion dinner. The food is great. We had the tasting menu and each course was delicious.

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This is one of chef-owner Frank Bonanno's restaurants who in my opinion is one the best. Because of the prices, this is a special occasion restaurant for us. Try the five course tasting menu. We enjoyed each and every course. The house cured capocollo is also a real treat. Please don't leave without ordering the tiramisu which absolutely will have you sold on this place for your next special occasion.

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★★★★★

This is one of chef-owner Frank Bonanno's restaurants who in my opinion is one the best. Because of the prices, this is a special occasion restaurant for us. Try the five course tasting menu. We enjoyed each and every course. The house cured capocollo is also a real treat. Please don't leave without ordering the tiramisu which absolutely will have you sold on this place for your next special occasion.

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It was a total treat to spend a few hours in this restaurant. The food and service were both flawless. When we asked for a wine suggestion to accompany a tangy appetizer, the restaurant sent over their sommelier, who not only paired the perfect wine with that course, but offered perfect wine pairings for ALL courses. I can't wait to go back. Luca, by the way, is the big brother of Osteria Marco, another Denver gem. Try both!

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★★★★★

It was a total treat to spend a few hours in this restaurant. The food and service were both flawless. When we asked for a wine suggestion to accompany a tangy appetizer, the restaurant sent over their sommelier, who not only paired the perfect wine with that course, but offered perfect wine pairings for ALL courses. I can't wait to go back. Luca, by the way, is the big brother of Osteria Marco, another Denver gem. Try both!

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I dined at Luca D'Italia recently with my husband after reading the owner/chef cured his own meats. The appetizer sampler was the only dish that was solely his own cured meats so I thought we would try just that. It was so amazing we stayed for more! Nothing we tried disappointed us... We shared different appetizers, a butternut squash pasta, a lasagna (not at all what you're thinking!) a tuna tartare... all were delightful. The chef came to our table and chatted with us and the service was excellent. It was such a special treat to go there.

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★★★★★

I dined at Luca D'Italia recently with my husband after reading the owner/chef cured his own meats. The appetizer sampler was the only dish that was solely his own cured meats so I thought we would try just that. It was so amazing we stayed for more! Nothing we tried disappointed us... We shared different appetizers, a butternut squash pasta, a lasagna (not at all what you're thinking!) a tuna tartare... all were delightful. The chef came to our table and chatted with us and the service was excellent. It was such a special treat to go there.

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This is hands down the BEST Italian themed restaurant in town! Unbelievable food, great set up with the appetizer size pastas, so I can try pastas and still have an entree. The service is excellent and very knowledgeable. Wine list is a plus!

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★★★★★

This is hands down the BEST Italian themed restaurant in town! Unbelievable food, great set up with the appetizer size pastas, so I can try pastas and still have an entree. The service is excellent and very knowledgeable. Wine list is a plus!

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Luca D?Italia

Inventive great tasting Northern Italian food. This restaurant alongside Mizuna provides 2 of the best restaurants Denver has to offer. We visited during harvest week and had the special tasting menu and from start to finish the meal was a delight! If you would like to see pictures and much more info on the meal feel free to check out our blog at www.milehigheater.blogspot.c om

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Luca D?Italia

Inventive great tasting Northern Italian food. This restaurant alongside Mizuna provides 2 of the best restaurants Denver has to offer. We visited during harvest week and had the special tasting menu and from start to finish the meal was a delight! If you would like to see pictures and much more info on the meal feel free to check out our blog at www.milehigheater.blogspot.c om

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We like this restaurant, but unfortunately the last time was much more special.
It is very charming when a restaurant offers an amuse bouche, but not polite when a vegetarian is immediately presented with sausage and must pass it to his dining partner in front of the server. The bread basket is very generous but is served with a spread of "lardo." Yes, bread with lard. Authentic? Probably. Vegetarian friendly? Most certainly not. Even the meat-eating person in our duo wouldn't touch it. Our first course was delicious, but when the second course came, again, a dish covered in sausage. We asked to see the menu, and it turned out that the server ordered the wrong dish for us. The correct dish was brought out quickly, but was in an appetizer size, three very small ravioli, rather than the dinner size (at least I HOPE that was the appetizer size). Everyone was very polite, and they went so far as to buy our desert for us, but one of us left feeling hungry. We'll eat at Luca D'Italia again because of the friendliness and charm of the location but will be speaking louder when naming a vegetarian at the table.

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★★☆☆☆

We like this restaurant, but unfortunately the last time was much more special.
It is very charming when a restaurant offers an amuse bouche, but not polite when a vegetarian is immediately presented with sausage and must pass it to his dining partner in front of the server. The bread basket is very generous but is served with a spread of "lardo." Yes, bread with lard. Authentic? Probably. Vegetarian friendly? Most certainly not. Even the meat-eating person in our duo wouldn't touch it. Our first course was delicious, but when the second course came, again, a dish covered in sausage. We asked to see the menu, and it turned out that the server ordered the wrong dish for us. The correct dish was brought out quickly, but was in an appetizer size, three very small ravioli, rather than the dinner size (at least I HOPE that was the appetizer size). Everyone was very polite, and they went so far as to buy our desert for us, but one of us left feeling hungry. We'll eat at Luca D'Italia again because of the friendliness and charm of the location but will be speaking louder when naming a vegetarian at the table.

Pros: Deliscious breads (minus the lard), nice location, friendly staff.

Cons: Why do many nice restaurants make it difficult for vegetarains to enjoy them?

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After dining at several local hyped restaurants, I decided to go to one of Denver's few restaurants that consistently garnishes great reviews. I was not disappointed. The service was by far the most polished I have seen in town, both for service and suggestions. The menu here is inspired, with obvious great passion behind it. The salumi plate, a testament to the skill of the "in house" philosophy of preparation, was varied and delicious. Next were the pastas. Having been repeatedly disappointed by pastas offered in Denver, my hopes weren't too high. However, after sharing and ordering a third pasta, my girlfriend and I whole-heartedly agreed these were the best we've tried. The delicate butternut squash agnolotti and the simple, but perfect seafood lasagnette were our favorites. We decided on veal and beef for dinner, nothing crazy. We were rewarded with two red meat dishes that were better than those found at a lot of steak houses in town and actually arrived with great sides and sauces, especially the veal. Dessert was beyond our limits, so we just enjoyed the rest of our wine which, by the way, was suggested by Luca's very knowledgeable sommelier. We can't wait to return to Luca.

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★★★★★

After dining at several local hyped restaurants, I decided to go to one of Denver's few restaurants that consistently garnishes great reviews. I was not disappointed. The service was by far the most polished I have seen in town, both for service and suggestions. The menu here is inspired, with obvious great passion behind it. The salumi plate, a testament to the skill of the "in house" philosophy of preparation, was varied and delicious. Next were the pastas. Having been repeatedly disappointed by pastas offered in Denver, my hopes weren't too high. However, after sharing and ordering a third pasta, my girlfriend and I whole-heartedly agreed these were the best we've tried. The delicate butternut squash agnolotti and the simple, but perfect seafood lasagnette were our favorites. We decided on veal and beef for dinner, nothing crazy. We were rewarded with two red meat dishes that were better than those found at a lot of steak houses in town and actually arrived with great sides and sauces, especially the veal. Dessert was beyond our limits, so we just enjoyed the rest of our wine which, by the way, was suggested by Luca's very knowledgeable sommelier. We can't wait to return to Luca.

Pros: Inspired fare, polished service, sommelier on site

Cons: decor

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Perhaps this was once an interesting, excellent place to eat but when we went one Friday night before Christmas, I was totally underwhelmed. The service was rather condescending and the ambience is decidedly 90's and snoozy. Frankly, the menu was way overpriced and lacking in some fundamentals. For example, I like to begin or end my dinner with a simple, mixed greens salad. Not only was this option not listed on the menu, but the server told us that it was impossible to make one for me. The other salad options included things I didn't want and would have been too big or heavy to have with a meal, so I didn't have a salad at all. Secondly, although my risotto was very well done, I really don't feel as though the menu has enough options. And it's certainly not traditional Italian, so I don't quite understand the inference in the name. Overall, I found it lacking in authenticity, selection and ambience and everything is really overpriced. We won't return.

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★☆☆☆☆

Perhaps this was once an interesting, excellent place to eat but when we went one Friday night before Christmas, I was totally underwhelmed. The service was rather condescending and the ambience is decidedly 90's and snoozy. Frankly, the menu was way overpriced and lacking in some fundamentals. For example, I like to begin or end my dinner with a simple, mixed greens salad. Not only was this option not listed on the menu, but the server told us that it was impossible to make one for me. The other salad options included things I didn't want and would have been too big or heavy to have with a meal, so I didn't have a salad at all. Secondly, although my risotto was very well done, I really don't feel as though the menu has enough options. And it's certainly not traditional Italian, so I don't quite understand the inference in the name. Overall, I found it lacking in authenticity, selection and ambience and everything is really overpriced. We won't return.

Pros: What the menu offers is prepared well

Cons: Overpriced, boring, dated atmosphere, not enough authenticity

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We just tried the halibut and bacala and rabbit--shared a gnochi. Unusual flavor combinations, unexpectedly good. Dined in front of the open window to the kitchen, so it felt like we had a little cooking show with dinner. Server was well informed and attentive; som guided us through an all-Italian list to a perfect pairing. We'll be back.

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★★★★★

We just tried the halibut and bacala and rabbit--shared a gnochi. Unusual flavor combinations, unexpectedly good. Dined in front of the open window to the kitchen, so it felt like we had a little cooking show with dinner. Server was well informed and attentive; som guided us through an all-Italian list to a perfect pairing. We'll be back.

Pros: beautiful dining room, attentive service, great food

Cons: difficult to book on weekends

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We recently dined at Luca and experienced an average meal, nothing special. The pasta dishes were OK and the sauce was overwhelming on both dishes. The rabbit was delicious and well prepared. The lamb dish was very small portion and was favorless! The wine was fantastic, but a little pricey. We skipped dessert and basically wrote off the restaurant for any future returns. There are plenty of excellent restaurants in Denver and I think they need to step it up...

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★★★☆☆

We recently dined at Luca and experienced an average meal, nothing special. The pasta dishes were OK and the sauce was overwhelming on both dishes. The rabbit was delicious and well prepared. The lamb dish was very small portion and was favorless! The wine was fantastic, but a little pricey. We skipped dessert and basically wrote off the restaurant for any future returns. There are plenty of excellent restaurants in Denver and I think they need to step it up...

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The bresaola with burrata, the ziti, the bread, and the dessert were all amazing and as good as any restaurant in Denver. Our server was friendly and efficient. The pork was good but not as good as I would expect from Luca, but the sole was amazingly bad. I was shocked at how bland my entree of deep fried fish and a boring salad was at a restaurant where everything else had been so good. I would still recommend going here for restaurant week if you can get a reservation, but stay far away from the sole.

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★★★★☆

The bresaola with burrata, the ziti, the bread, and the dessert were all amazing and as good as any restaurant in Denver. Our server was friendly and efficient. The pork was good but not as good as I would expect from Luca, but the sole was amazingly bad. I was shocked at how bland my entree of deep fried fish and a boring salad was at a restaurant where everything else had been so good. I would still recommend going here for restaurant week if you can get a reservation, but stay far away from the sole.

Pros: One of the best Italian restaurants in Denver

Cons: Could have picked better entrees for Restaurant Week

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We decided to try Luca during restaurant week, and I can honestly say I've never been so disappointed. I can honestly say the only thing that was even remotely good was the bread basket. The ziti was overcooked and acidic. The Sole was deep fried and bland, a McDonalds fish filet is better than that. Lastly the dessert was bizarre and flavorless. I hate to say it, but this restuarant is bottem of the barrel. Including our server who was unfriendly.

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★☆☆☆☆

We decided to try Luca during restaurant week, and I can honestly say I've never been so disappointed. I can honestly say the only thing that was even remotely good was the bread basket. The ziti was overcooked and acidic. The Sole was deep fried and bland, a McDonalds fish filet is better than that. Lastly the dessert was bizarre and flavorless. I hate to say it, but this restuarant is bottem of the barrel. Including our server who was unfriendly.

Pros: bread basket

Cons: everything else

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Overpriced, disappointing food. Upon recommendation from friends and after reading the menu, I was looking forward to my dinner here. While I can appreciate the fact that they their salumi is "house-made" what's the point if it doesn't taste good. The only flavor was salt and it was dry to boot. The panzanella salad was greasy with too much oil and the roasted peppers in my salad tasted old -sizzled in my mouth. For my entree I ordered the saltimbocca but again was overwhelmed by salt. We ordered the almond cake for dessert, it was very dry even though it was swimming in caramel sauce, the "gelato" served on top was icy instead of creamy. On the plus side, the wine list is interesting and we enjoyed a nice Barolo with our dinner. Too bad the food did not live up to the wine. The food and atmosphere do not match the fine dining prices. Dinner for two with wine and tip was over $250. Save your money for a restaurant that does it right like Alto in NYC, Spiaggia in Chicago, Delfina in San Fran or even Frasca right up the road in Boulder.

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★★☆☆☆

Overpriced, disappointing food. Upon recommendation from friends and after reading the menu, I was looking forward to my dinner here. While I can appreciate the fact that they their salumi is "house-made" what's the point if it doesn't taste good. The only flavor was salt and it was dry to boot. The panzanella salad was greasy with too much oil and the roasted peppers in my salad tasted old -sizzled in my mouth. For my entree I ordered the saltimbocca but again was overwhelmed by salt. We ordered the almond cake for dessert, it was very dry even though it was swimming in caramel sauce, the "gelato" served on top was icy instead of creamy. On the plus side, the wine list is interesting and we enjoyed a nice Barolo with our dinner. Too bad the food did not live up to the wine. The food and atmosphere do not match the fine dining prices. Dinner for two with wine and tip was over $250. Save your money for a restaurant that does it right like Alto in NYC, Spiaggia in Chicago, Delfina in San Fran or even Frasca right up the road in Boulder.

Pros: Wine list, valet parking

Cons: Mediocre food, expensive for what you get, bathrooms need work

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this is one of the best restaurants i have dined in for a long time. i am a very picky eater and everything on the tasting menu was wonderful. the service was great.....ambience terrific... and for the quality of the evening, the price was reasonable. i will definitely make this my first choice for special evenings and entertaining clients. thank you for a great dining experience.

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★★★★★

this is one of the best restaurants i have dined in for a long time. i am a very picky eater and everything on the tasting menu was wonderful. the service was great.....ambience terrific... and for the quality of the evening, the price was reasonable. i will definitely make this my first choice for special evenings and entertaining clients. thank you for a great dining experience.

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On special occasions my boyfriend and I like to try chef's tasting menus at restaurants we're unfamiliar with. For his birthday this year we had the extreme pleasure of enjoying Luca's chef's tasting. The staff was very friendly and our server was very very knowledgeable about the tasting menu. The food was absolutely to die for, and resulting in one of our best dates to date! I would highly recommend Luca D'Italia for a pleasant, delicious, and romantic evening.

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★★★★★

On special occasions my boyfriend and I like to try chef's tasting menus at restaurants we're unfamiliar with. For his birthday this year we had the extreme pleasure of enjoying Luca's chef's tasting. The staff was very friendly and our server was very very knowledgeable about the tasting menu. The food was absolutely to die for, and resulting in one of our best dates to date! I would highly recommend Luca D'Italia for a pleasant, delicious, and romantic evening.

Pros: Great modern italian, chef's tasting, wine selection and service

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I had family in town and wanted to take them to a place that would be elegant, but still friendly enough to make everyone feel comfortable. Luca was the perfect choice. The staff was very knowledgeable about the menu without being pretentious, and guided us to some great choices that we otherwise wouldn?t have picked. And don?t let the ?Italian? label fool you into thinking Luca is spaghetti and meatballs?the food was outstanding and perfectly prepared, with tons of variety throughout the menu. I had the scallops and my brother had the beef tenderloin, both were fantastic! I would definitely recommend Luca to anyone looking for lots of variety and spectacular food, there is nowhere else in Denver like it.

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★★★★★

I had family in town and wanted to take them to a place that would be elegant, but still friendly enough to make everyone feel comfortable. Luca was the perfect choice. The staff was very knowledgeable about the menu without being pretentious, and guided us to some great choices that we otherwise wouldn?t have picked. And don?t let the ?Italian? label fool you into thinking Luca is spaghetti and meatballs?the food was outstanding and perfectly prepared, with tons of variety throughout the menu. I had the scallops and my brother had the beef tenderloin, both were fantastic! I would definitely recommend Luca to anyone looking for lots of variety and spectacular food, there is nowhere else in Denver like it.

Pros: Fantastic food with lots of varitety, staff is friendly and helpful

Cons: Parking can be a bit of a pain. Dining room is small, so make reservations

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I love Luca d'Italia--the food is rich and warming, the dining room is soft and inviting, the service is over-the-top great, and the wine program is fabulous. I dined with my roommate on Haloween, we had this great little table in the window that faced the street, and every one of our five courses was well-timed, satisfying, and perfectly paired with something their sommolier picked out for us. The downside: a crummy view of a cheesy Benny's poster. The best part: small bowls of pasta that work as an appetizer (my favorite was the butternut squash agnolotti).

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★★★★★

I love Luca d'Italia--the food is rich and warming, the dining room is soft and inviting, the service is over-the-top great, and the wine program is fabulous. I dined with my roommate on Haloween, we had this great little table in the window that faced the street, and every one of our five courses was well-timed, satisfying, and perfectly paired with something their sommolier picked out for us. The downside: a crummy view of a cheesy Benny's poster. The best part: small bowls of pasta that work as an appetizer (my favorite was the butternut squash agnolotti).

Pros: Great girls night out

Cons: Bad parking, unless you use the valet around the corner

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On Tuesday we had reservations at Luca. We got there on the dot with several tables obviously open; but still had to wait 45 minutes in their tiny, drafty foyer. The hostess was snotty and less than helpful. When we asked why we could not be seated she said the tables were already booked. We were finally seated 45 minutes later and those tables were still empty! As we looked at the menu (limited and too much fish) it was actually difficult for my wife to order a vegetarian meal. When we asked the wait person he said they would do something for her. When her meal did come, it was a mish-mash of dried out, unimpsired vegetables and starch that was inedible. The wine was HIGHLY over priced and the service took forever. We won?t be running back anytime soon. We went there under the direction of the "Gabby Gourmet" book and how she always speaks so highly and great Frank's restaurants are supposed to be on her radio show. What a let down. We won?t be back...a waste of time, money and effort.

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★★☆☆☆

On Tuesday we had reservations at Luca. We got there on the dot with several tables obviously open; but still had to wait 45 minutes in their tiny, drafty foyer. The hostess was snotty and less than helpful. When we asked why we could not be seated she said the tables were already booked. We were finally seated 45 minutes later and those tables were still empty! As we looked at the menu (limited and too much fish) it was actually difficult for my wife to order a vegetarian meal. When we asked the wait person he said they would do something for her. When her meal did come, it was a mish-mash of dried out, unimpsired vegetables and starch that was inedible. The wine was HIGHLY over priced and the service took forever. We won?t be running back anytime soon. We went there under the direction of the "Gabby Gourmet" book and how she always speaks so highly and great Frank's restaurants are supposed to be on her radio show. What a let down. We won?t be back...a waste of time, money and effort.

Pros: location

Cons: everything else you can imagine

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This was our first time trying Luca. As we entered the restaurant we were greeted by a very friendly hostess, who showed us to our table right away. Our server was exceptional and took alot of time explaining the menu. The wine menu was exceptional and also very fairly priced. We had no problem finding something that looked great on the menu, in fact I would recommend trying several of the first or second courses, especially the clams. The entrees were also excellent. The chef/owner came out and spent about 10 minutes with us as we are also from the North East. I get to NYC frequently and Luca is every bit as good as the best there and much less expensive. I am just upset that we waited so long to try it.

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★★★★★

This was our first time trying Luca. As we entered the restaurant we were greeted by a very friendly hostess, who showed us to our table right away. Our server was exceptional and took alot of time explaining the menu. The wine menu was exceptional and also very fairly priced. We had no problem finding something that looked great on the menu, in fact I would recommend trying several of the first or second courses, especially the clams. The entrees were also excellent. The chef/owner came out and spent about 10 minutes with us as we are also from the North East. I get to NYC frequently and Luca is every bit as good as the best there and much less expensive. I am just upset that we waited so long to try it.

Pros: Menu, Food, Service, Wine List

Cons: None

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Luca was a pleasant surprise when we showed up because a near by restaurant could not get us in. The ambience is nice and the food was really fantastic. We opted for their special menu of the evening with wine pairings. Each course was outstanding and the wines complimented them perfectly. Our server was very good, especially since we had a large, somewhat loud, group. The owner came to our table and thanked us for coming in (which doesnt happen as nearly as often as it should at other places). A picky group left completely satisfied and thinking about our next visit.

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★★★★★

Luca was a pleasant surprise when we showed up because a near by restaurant could not get us in. The ambience is nice and the food was really fantastic. We opted for their special menu of the evening with wine pairings. Each course was outstanding and the wines complimented them perfectly. Our server was very good, especially since we had a large, somewhat loud, group. The owner came to our table and thanked us for coming in (which doesnt happen as nearly as often as it should at other places). A picky group left completely satisfied and thinking about our next visit.

Pros: Great food, Great service

Cons: None

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We went to this restaurant last friday night and decided to go with the 5-course prix fixe menu.. they decide that day based on what is fresh to make up their menu.. Every course was prepared with so much taste and the presentation was great.. I told my husband I felt like I was actually eating the food that I love to watch prepared on some of the food network shows :) Our waiter was very attentive and explained all the food and the wine pairings.. it really was a great night.. Price wise it is about the same as many of the other higher scale restaurants in denver.. don't go here if you are a skimper.. the food and service are worth every penny.

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★★★★★

We went to this restaurant last friday night and decided to go with the 5-course prix fixe menu.. they decide that day based on what is fresh to make up their menu.. Every course was prepared with so much taste and the presentation was great.. I told my husband I felt like I was actually eating the food that I love to watch prepared on some of the food network shows :) Our waiter was very attentive and explained all the food and the wine pairings.. it really was a great night.. Price wise it is about the same as many of the other higher scale restaurants in denver.. don't go here if you are a skimper.. the food and service are worth every penny.

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From the friendly hostess and knowledgable, helpful servers and wine staff, the Luca dining experience was one of the best I have ever had. I was amazed at the light dishes, seafood combinations perfectly prepared and the option of a tastings menu that the chef does personally. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone - for a Saturday out or special occasion.

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★★★★★

From the friendly hostess and knowledgable, helpful servers and wine staff, the Luca dining experience was one of the best I have ever had. I was amazed at the light dishes, seafood combinations perfectly prepared and the option of a tastings menu that the chef does personally. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone - for a Saturday out or special occasion.

Pros: ambience, parking, service and especially the food and wine

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They weren't ready for our reservation (hey, it was Saturday), but the bartender and her crowd were likable and the food well worth waiting for. My husband tried the fusilli with wild mushrooms and truffle oil--it was so good we wiped our plates with bread to get every earthy bite. Ended up ordering 3 more pastas before dinner, each as fabulous as the first. Especially memorable Veal Saltimboca. Found the wine list tricky, but the waiter was a pro and navigated us to a great Amarone. By the time we finished dessert, I knew we had a new date spot. A little pricey (add a babysitter to that bill), but we'll definately go back. Probably next weekend!

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★★★★★

They weren't ready for our reservation (hey, it was Saturday), but the bartender and her crowd were likable and the food well worth waiting for. My husband tried the fusilli with wild mushrooms and truffle oil--it was so good we wiped our plates with bread to get every earthy bite. Ended up ordering 3 more pastas before dinner, each as fabulous as the first. Especially memorable Veal Saltimboca. Found the wine list tricky, but the waiter was a pro and navigated us to a great Amarone. By the time we finished dessert, I knew we had a new date spot. A little pricey (add a babysitter to that bill), but we'll definately go back. Probably next weekend!

Pros: Attentive service, best food ever, good martinis

Cons: crowded on the weekend

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Last night we had reservations at Luca for a rare and special night out. We arrived on time, waited 30 minutes in their freezing foyer (rather than hover over other peoples tables inside), then were greeted with slow and ultra-casual service by the waiter. We asked to be moved to table in a warmer part of the restaurant and were told "that's just how it is" by the snotty hostess. When our wine hadn't arrived in 20 more minutes, we left. The owner stalked us down the block in the freezing cold, trying to talk us into coming back in, but all we wanted was for her to leave us alone so that we could go someplace else. We happily spent our $150 at Barolo Grill instead... and the extremely similar menu plus better ambiance was well worth the money.

And there's nothing romantic about Luca, either. It's basically two whitewashed rooms with crammed in tables in a noisy and near communal atmosphere. Although we never had a chance to try the food, there's nothing that we experienced that would bring us back.

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★☆☆☆☆

Last night we had reservations at Luca for a rare and special night out. We arrived on time, waited 30 minutes in their freezing foyer (rather than hover over other peoples tables inside), then were greeted with slow and ultra-casual service by the waiter. We asked to be moved to table in a warmer part of the restaurant and were told "that's just how it is" by the snotty hostess. When our wine hadn't arrived in 20 more minutes, we left. The owner stalked us down the block in the freezing cold, trying to talk us into coming back in, but all we wanted was for her to leave us alone so that we could go someplace else. We happily spent our $150 at Barolo Grill instead... and the extremely similar menu plus better ambiance was well worth the money.

And there's nothing romantic about Luca, either. It's basically two whitewashed rooms with crammed in tables in a noisy and near communal atmosphere. Although we never had a chance to try the food, there's nothing that we experienced that would bring us back.

Pros: It's across the street from Benny's... better experience and service to be found there.

Cons: Service, service, service, ambiance

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Our venture to Luca's was one salty surprise. The service is almost too serious, the portions are way too small, the food nothing to write home about. The wine list was interesting and along with the meatballs and bread -- very good. We wish we stopped there because our main courses were obviously not tasted by the kitchen. The scallops were unbearably salty, we had to return them. The butternut squash agnelotti (small version of a pocket pasta, ravioli concept) tasted very strange and I counted maybe 5 full bites in my "diner size" pasta plate. We would have crossed the street for some Mexican at Benny's but had no taste buds left. Not worth the praises they have framed in the lobby.

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★★☆☆☆

Our venture to Luca's was one salty surprise. The service is almost too serious, the portions are way too small, the food nothing to write home about. The wine list was interesting and along with the meatballs and bread -- very good. We wish we stopped there because our main courses were obviously not tasted by the kitchen. The scallops were unbearably salty, we had to return them. The butternut squash agnelotti (small version of a pocket pasta, ravioli concept) tasted very strange and I counted maybe 5 full bites in my "diner size" pasta plate. We would have crossed the street for some Mexican at Benny's but had no taste buds left. Not worth the praises they have framed in the lobby.

Pros: Location, Interesting Menu, Name

Cons: Bad tasting food, very small portions

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The food was decent and the service was okay. The menu was just odd. The portions were tiny. The waiter we had was the most serious person i have ever met. I really have nothing bad to say but than again nothing really good to say about it either.

1
★★★☆☆

The food was decent and the service was okay. The menu was just odd. The portions were tiny. The waiter we had was the most serious person i have ever met. I really have nothing bad to say but than again nothing really good to say about it either.

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Okay, it use to be Barolo (still a good choice) but now our favorite Italian restaurant is Luca. This is where we take out of town company. You know the food is good when I recommend that people order the rabbit or the wild boar. Most won't make that choice, so I order it, we pass the plates around and everyone is drooling and eating all of mine! And don't get me started about the fusilli with wild mushrooms or the saltimbocca. Our first try here was during the first 5280 restaurant week. It was a Saturday night, the place was packed and our table-to-be had the dreaded "lingerers" (sitting over coffee FOREVER, holding the table hostage). It was a nice night out and the 6 of us had a glass of wine and stood outside. Being a night where you're getting a lot of first time customers, Frank, while annoyed, did not want to push the table out. We understood, and our patience was more than rewarded. Frank and his staff could not have been more appreciative or accomodating during our meal and gave us all a night we'll never forget, and he got 6 fans for life.

2
★★★★★

Okay, it use to be Barolo (still a good choice) but now our favorite Italian restaurant is Luca. This is where we take out of town company. You know the food is good when I recommend that people order the rabbit or the wild boar. Most won't make that choice, so I order it, we pass the plates around and everyone is drooling and eating all of mine! And don't get me started about the fusilli with wild mushrooms or the saltimbocca. Our first try here was during the first 5280 restaurant week. It was a Saturday night, the place was packed and our table-to-be had the dreaded "lingerers" (sitting over coffee FOREVER, holding the table hostage). It was a nice night out and the 6 of us had a glass of wine and stood outside. Being a night where you're getting a lot of first time customers, Frank, while annoyed, did not want to push the table out. We understood, and our patience was more than rewarded. Frank and his staff could not have been more appreciative or accomodating during our meal and gave us all a night we'll never forget, and he got 6 fans for life.

Pros: wine list, fresh ingredients

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My husband and I booked Luca for our 7th wedding anniversary. I am an Italian from the East Coast and read THIS was the place to get good Italian. I didn't care about the cost. I wanted to love it soooo bad. Well, it was just average. First, was the hostess. Our friend had to join us last minute, so I called ahead and asked if we could squeeze her in. They told us they weren't sure, but we could try it. Our friend arrived first, so the hostess said to her, "Dont you think its weird your eating with them on their anniversary?" Our friend was mortified, I didn't tell her it was our anniversary because I didn't want to make her uncomfortable that she was there. So, we were off to an awkward start. Regarding food, we got the meatballs, just okay. Lobster & capellini, nothing special at all. Salads, okay. I forget what my husband and friend got to tell you the truth. NOthing was bad, but it was nothing special. I wouldn't say don't go, but maybe keep your expectation levels average. All the hype I have been reading about Luca, I was expxecting excellent.

1
★★★☆☆

My husband and I booked Luca for our 7th wedding anniversary. I am an Italian from the East Coast and read THIS was the place to get good Italian. I didn't care about the cost. I wanted to love it soooo bad. Well, it was just average. First, was the hostess. Our friend had to join us last minute, so I called ahead and asked if we could squeeze her in. They told us they weren't sure, but we could try it. Our friend arrived first, so the hostess said to her, "Dont you think its weird your eating with them on their anniversary?" Our friend was mortified, I didn't tell her it was our anniversary because I didn't want to make her uncomfortable that she was there. So, we were off to an awkward start. Regarding food, we got the meatballs, just okay. Lobster & capellini, nothing special at all. Salads, okay. I forget what my husband and friend got to tell you the truth. NOthing was bad, but it was nothing special. I wouldn't say don't go, but maybe keep your expectation levels average. All the hype I have been reading about Luca, I was expxecting excellent.

Pros: Good neighborhood location.

Cons: A lot of hype to live up to.

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Butternut squash ravioli, crispy eggplant in tomato sauce, roasted beet salad, potato and parmesan encrusted fish, chocolate mousse, grapa...I'll never forget this meal.

Lots of vegetarian options! Excellent wait staff. No problem parking.

A meal at Luca is not cheap. If you want big portions, go to the Outback. If you really love good food, you won't feel ripped off. You'll recognize the fine ingredients in the food.

2
★★★★★

Butternut squash ravioli, crispy eggplant in tomato sauce, roasted beet salad, potato and parmesan encrusted fish, chocolate mousse, grapa...I'll never forget this meal.

Lots of vegetarian options! Excellent wait staff. No problem parking.

A meal at Luca is not cheap. If you want big portions, go to the Outback. If you really love good food, you won't feel ripped off. You'll recognize the fine ingredients in the food.

Pros: food, service, wine list

Cons: price

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My fiance and I had one of the best meals of our lives here. We opted to do all of the courses, and they were all excellent. Our waiter was helpful and always there when we needed him, the hostess was sweet, and we just had a great time. The wine list was great, too. The experience reminded me of my time in Italy. Great place!

2
★★★★★

My fiance and I had one of the best meals of our lives here. We opted to do all of the courses, and they were all excellent. Our waiter was helpful and always there when we needed him, the hostess was sweet, and we just had a great time. The wine list was great, too. The experience reminded me of my time in Italy. Great place!

Pros: Quality, service

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Menu is excellent, service is prompt and knowledgable. The food is outstanding, every flavor was right on, and was well complimented by the wine our server suggested. The ambience is hip without a cheesy feel, and the place was packed, always a good sign. Overall this would have to rate as one of our favorites in town

2
★★★★★

Menu is excellent, service is prompt and knowledgable. The food is outstanding, every flavor was right on, and was well complimented by the wine our server suggested. The ambience is hip without a cheesy feel, and the place was packed, always a good sign. Overall this would have to rate as one of our favorites in town

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We had an excellent meal and wonderful service mainly from the front person/greeter, Yvetta who is AMAZING - we did not have a reservation so she sent us over to Mizuna (sister restaurant) around the corner to get a glass of wine while she worked something out. She remembered us from a visit MONTHS ago and could not have been more helpful.
The butternut squah ravioli looked average but tasted phenomenal - just fantastic. And my Rabbit three ways lived up to its billing. Bread was wonderful as was the chicken liver appetizer - like a lovely low-budge foi gras! THe only issue was the frenetic pace of servie which belied the number of tables and mood of the diners. Waitstaff seemed hurried and disorgized and a bit more dramatic than would seem to be warranted. Overall, a fine experience and the meals and the price did not disappoint.

2
★★★★☆

We had an excellent meal and wonderful service mainly from the front person/greeter, Yvetta who is AMAZING - we did not have a reservation so she sent us over to Mizuna (sister restaurant) around the corner to get a glass of wine while she worked something out. She remembered us from a visit MONTHS ago and could not have been more helpful.
The butternut squah ravioli looked average but tasted phenomenal - just fantastic. And my Rabbit three ways lived up to its billing. Bread was wonderful as was the chicken liver appetizer - like a lovely low-budge foi gras! THe only issue was the frenetic pace of servie which belied the number of tables and mood of the diners. Waitstaff seemed hurried and disorgized and a bit more dramatic than would seem to be warranted. Overall, a fine experience and the meals and the price did not disappoint.

Pros: greeting staff Yvetta, food quality, wine recommendations

Cons: hectic vibe/service

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Always a WOW. Definitely my favorite restaurant in town. Phenomenal service, outstanding food and the most personable caring staff ever. I have never had a bad experience. Top notch all the wayKeep it up!!

2
★★★★★

Always a WOW. Definitely my favorite restaurant in town. Phenomenal service, outstanding food and the most personable caring staff ever. I have never had a bad experience. Top notch all the wayKeep it up!!

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Having traveled through Italy extensively, savoring the amazing cuisine, it has been difficult finding satisfaction in the typical red sauce and spaghetti Italian joints in America. Unfortunately the food in most Italian restaurants here is heavy, over sauced, and mediocre. Luca is the exception. Pastas are a perfect balance of al dente pasta with just the right amount of sauce. Spinach and housemade ricotta tortelloni is simplicity at its best. The salumi of cured meats are made in house as is the sausage and braeseola. Mozzeralla is made fresh every day. Pannacotta is etherealy light, and the oliveoil cake with grilled peaches and lemon gelato a wonderful balance of flavors. Don't come expecting big plates of fettuccine alfredo and over sauced chicken parmesan, but if you want to eat the way the Italians do, this place is a must. Chef Bonanno, trained in Italy and knows "real" Italian food.

2
★★★★★

Having traveled through Italy extensively, savoring the amazing cuisine, it has been difficult finding satisfaction in the typical red sauce and spaghetti Italian joints in America. Unfortunately the food in most Italian restaurants here is heavy, over sauced, and mediocre. Luca is the exception. Pastas are a perfect balance of al dente pasta with just the right amount of sauce. Spinach and housemade ricotta tortelloni is simplicity at its best. The salumi of cured meats are made in house as is the sausage and braeseola. Mozzeralla is made fresh every day. Pannacotta is etherealy light, and the oliveoil cake with grilled peaches and lemon gelato a wonderful balance of flavors. Don't come expecting big plates of fettuccine alfredo and over sauced chicken parmesan, but if you want to eat the way the Italians do, this place is a must. Chef Bonanno, trained in Italy and knows "real" Italian food.

Pros: Excellent food, interesting wine list, perfect pastas

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Our first time at this restaurant and a disappointing experience. I would highly overrated! We decided to try the Chef's tasting menu at the recommendation of the waiter. One would expect the best dishes of the menu and some surprises but none of this at all. Food was too rich and combinations probably didn't work. We both felt stuffed afterwards and the joy of offloading the food the next day was bigger than the 'dining' experience. Why would you serve disappointing Italian wines when you have so many quality American wines? At least put some choice on the menu. one of the waiters was a bit arrogant - not very smart if you need to survive on the tip..

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★☆☆☆☆

Our first time at this restaurant and a disappointing experience. I would highly overrated! We decided to try the Chef's tasting menu at the recommendation of the waiter. One would expect the best dishes of the menu and some surprises but none of this at all. Food was too rich and combinations probably didn't work. We both felt stuffed afterwards and the joy of offloading the food the next day was bigger than the 'dining' experience. Why would you serve disappointing Italian wines when you have so many quality American wines? At least put some choice on the menu. one of the waiters was a bit arrogant - not very smart if you need to survive on the tip..

Pros: really none, highly overrated, felt sick afterwards

Cons: boring dishes, why the Italian wines, staff attitude

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This place has quickly turned into a favorite for me. Unbelievably impressive menu and service. I have always been a fan of Mizuna'a and will from now on judge every Italian experience based on this place! If you're not willing to venture out and treat yourself to a fantastic dinner than you're missing out. I have and will always recommend Luca. Keep up the great work Frank!

2
★★★★★

This place has quickly turned into a favorite for me. Unbelievably impressive menu and service. I have always been a fan of Mizuna'a and will from now on judge every Italian experience based on this place! If you're not willing to venture out and treat yourself to a fantastic dinner than you're missing out. I have and will always recommend Luca. Keep up the great work Frank!

Pros: food, service, atmosphere

Cons: parking

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What could be better? Absolutely amazing dishes (the gnocchi is a must). No Italian restaurant I have been to in Denver comes close.

2
★★★★★

What could be better? Absolutely amazing dishes (the gnocchi is a must). No Italian restaurant I have been to in Denver comes close.

Pros: Fantastic Menu, Attentive Staff, No Pretension

Cons: It isn't free :)

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Incredible combination of food, service and wine. Rabbit three ways is to die for. Talking with the staff and somellier added immensely to the overall experience. Highly recommended! Great date night.

2
★★★★★

Incredible combination of food, service and wine. Rabbit three ways is to die for. Talking with the staff and somellier added immensely to the overall experience. Highly recommended! Great date night.

Pros: Food, Service, Wine

Cons: None

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No spaghetti and meatballs at this place... instead you'll find exquisite, well presented dishes that will make your palate sing! We started with the Salumi, Calamari, and Duck Liver Ravioli. All were good but I can't say enough about the Ravioli. The balsamic reduction that covered them made this dish incredible! For entrees we tried the Duck Cacciatore, the Grilled Prawns, and the Rabbit Three Ways. Again, all were sensational but I would have the rabbit dish every day, if I could. The wine list features only Italian selections, most priced over $30. The Chocolate Gelato in Amaretto sauce served as a wonderful finish. Luca must be experienced if you're a serious foodie.

2
★★★★★

No spaghetti and meatballs at this place... instead you'll find exquisite, well presented dishes that will make your palate sing! We started with the Salumi, Calamari, and Duck Liver Ravioli. All were good but I can't say enough about the Ravioli. The balsamic reduction that covered them made this dish incredible! For entrees we tried the Duck Cacciatore, the Grilled Prawns, and the Rabbit Three Ways. Again, all were sensational but I would have the rabbit dish every day, if I could. The wine list features only Italian selections, most priced over $30. The Chocolate Gelato in Amaretto sauce served as a wonderful finish. Luca must be experienced if you're a serious foodie.

Pros: Excellent Food, Free Valet, Great Service

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From the moment the fusili touched my mouth, I was in heaven. The creamy buttery sauce was extraordinary: just enough to make you savour each bite, but not too much that it's overpowering the delicateness of the fusili itself. Since that dinner, I can't stop thinking about having another bite of that dish.

2
★★★★★

From the moment the fusili touched my mouth, I was in heaven. The creamy buttery sauce was extraordinary: just enough to make you savour each bite, but not too much that it's overpowering the delicateness of the fusili itself. Since that dinner, I can't stop thinking about having another bite of that dish.

Pros: Food, Waitstaff

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We use the Gabby Gourmet as a food Bible, and it rated Luca as a TO DIE FOR. Let me tell you, that rating did not do Luca justice. The service was amazing from the hostess and bartender, to the server and chef.

The Salumi and vegies were great apps, but the tuna and the Veal en Corroza was out of this world.

Best Italian food ever!

2
★★★★★

We use the Gabby Gourmet as a food Bible, and it rated Luca as a TO DIE FOR. Let me tell you, that rating did not do Luca justice. The service was amazing from the hostess and bartender, to the server and chef.

The Salumi and vegies were great apps, but the tuna and the Veal en Corroza was out of this world.

Best Italian food ever!

Pros: Service, Food

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I had the calamari, bresaola, rabbit 3 ways, and the chocolate torte. Absolutely amazing- the freshness and ingredients illuminate the dishes. Waitstaff are attentive and educated in viticulture. Ask for a wine suggestion and get the saltimbocca since I didn't try it on my first visit.

2
★★★★★

I had the calamari, bresaola, rabbit 3 ways, and the chocolate torte. Absolutely amazing- the freshness and ingredients illuminate the dishes. Waitstaff are attentive and educated in viticulture. Ask for a wine suggestion and get the saltimbocca since I didn't try it on my first visit.

Pros: fine ingredients, balanced flavors, wine list

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We've been going to Luca since the doors opened a year ago. The restaurant has a lively, inviting vibe; the service is flawless, and the food is consistently amazing. Ask for waiters Noel or Brandon and they'll perfectly pair your food and wine. The pastas, the breads, and even the meats are cured in-house--it's just one of those places where unexpected attention to detail abounds. --Especially good for several small courses and trading bites. We leave satiated every time.

2
★★★★★

We've been going to Luca since the doors opened a year ago. The restaurant has a lively, inviting vibe; the service is flawless, and the food is consistently amazing. Ask for waiters Noel or Brandon and they'll perfectly pair your food and wine. The pastas, the breads, and even the meats are cured in-house--it's just one of those places where unexpected attention to detail abounds. --Especially good for several small courses and trading bites. We leave satiated every time.

Pros: truly Italian, valet parking, flawless service

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I was first introduced to Luca d'Italia while travelling from San Francisco to Denver on business. I was familiar with Mizuna, so naturally had high expectations for Luca. What can I say-they exceeded my expectations on all fronts. It is a nice, contemporary dining room that maintains a level of comfort, the service is professional without being stuffy, and the food is simply some of the best Italian food I've ever had...period. I will definitely stop at Luca d'Italia every time I come to town!

2
★★★★★

I was first introduced to Luca d'Italia while travelling from San Francisco to Denver on business. I was familiar with Mizuna, so naturally had high expectations for Luca. What can I say-they exceeded my expectations on all fronts. It is a nice, contemporary dining room that maintains a level of comfort, the service is professional without being stuffy, and the food is simply some of the best Italian food I've ever had...period. I will definitely stop at Luca d'Italia every time I come to town!

Pros: outstanding food, professional service, contemporary decor

Cons: no patio/outdoor seat

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Luca D'Italia is a wonderful restaurant. I recently dined there and I had an amazing experience. The food was excellent, the service was outstanding, and the ambiance was classy and welcoming. The crab gnocchi was tantalizing and the roasted whole fish was succulent - my waiter even de-boned it for me! I highly recommend this restaurant if you want to treat yourself to a wonderful meal.

I was a little shocked to read the last poster's review entitled "Food Portions". Was she expecting fast food? This is a very nice restaurant and it says specifically on the menu that the pasta portions are appetizer sized, as is a multi-course Italian meal. It also says you can order larger sizes if you ask. Everything I experienced was beyond my expectations, and I am accustomed to dining in nice restaurants.

2
★★★★★

Luca D'Italia is a wonderful restaurant. I recently dined there and I had an amazing experience. The food was excellent, the service was outstanding, and the ambiance was classy and welcoming. The crab gnocchi was tantalizing and the roasted whole fish was succulent - my waiter even de-boned it for me! I highly recommend this restaurant if you want to treat yourself to a wonderful meal.

I was a little shocked to read the last poster's review entitled "Food Portions". Was she expecting fast food? This is a very nice restaurant and it says specifically on the menu that the pasta portions are appetizer sized, as is a multi-course Italian meal. It also says you can order larger sizes if you ask. Everything I experienced was beyond my expectations, and I am accustomed to dining in nice restaurants.

Pros: food, service, ambiance

Cons: reserve ahead

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Owner-chef Frank Bonanno (Mizuna, Osteria Marco and Bones) and his right-hand culinary cohort, Mike Peshek, have a hit on their hands with Luca d'Italia, an Italian-inspired restaurant that forgoes red sauce in favor of sophisticated…

 

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