Gumbo's

★★★★☆
  • 1530 16th St

    Denver, CO 80202

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  • 720-956-1490

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As far as the food-very good and the portion is fair for the price. As far as the service--SLOW. Stay home or eat elsewhere-you have a better chance of getting served. It was pretty obvious my waitress was new. As she sat me and placed

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★★★☆☆

As far as the food-very good and the portion is fair for the price. As far as the service--SLOW. Stay home or eat elsewhere-you have a better chance of getting served. It was pretty obvious my waitress was new. As she sat me and placed

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Hostess was extremely annoyed that anyone would show up without a reservation. Gav ethem name and it was to be 30 minutes. Ok so we went to bar and ordered some wine. But wait, bar tender said they were out and trie dot convince us to get

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★☆☆☆☆

Hostess was extremely annoyed that anyone would show up without a reservation. Gav ethem name and it was to be 30 minutes. Ok so we went to bar and ordered some wine. But wait, bar tender said they were out and trie dot convince us to get

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first impression wasn't good, the hostess was snooty, eyeballing us like we had no business being there in jeans. This is Denver, not LA: You cannot tell by looking whether someone is "worthy" of good treatment. The head chef was walking

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★☆☆☆☆

first impression wasn't good, the hostess was snooty, eyeballing us like we had no business being there in jeans. This is Denver, not LA: You cannot tell by looking whether someone is "worthy" of good treatment. The head chef was walking

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Tried to make reservations, they said they were full but can do walk-ins. When we walked in, we said the wait was about 30 minutes, and we had to wait for almost 70 minutes ! After we were seated, they never told us that they were out of

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★☆☆☆☆

Tried to make reservations, they said they were full but can do walk-ins. When we walked in, we said the wait was about 30 minutes, and we had to wait for almost 70 minutes ! After we were seated, they never told us that they were out of

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A friend and I went to Gumbo's last night for their 'Happy Hour' special; a limited menu, but very inexpensive and very good.

One complaint however. The 'hostess' was on the phone in what seemed to be a personal call. A waiter had to go

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★★★★☆

A friend and I went to Gumbo's last night for their 'Happy Hour' special; a limited menu, but very inexpensive and very good.

One complaint however. The 'hostess' was on the phone in what seemed to be a personal call. A waiter had to go

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I am from Baton Rouge, so I would like to think I know a thing or two about Cajun food. Not only is Gumbo's my favorite restaurant in Denver; I would compare it to many of my favorite restaurants in Louisiana.
I had friends from "home" in town this week, and I was looking for a restaurant to impress them on their first trip to Denver. I initially dismissed Gumbo's because taking a Coonass to a cajun restaurant is like taking sand to a beach. After weighing my various experiences at the many options in Denver, I eventually decided on Gumbo's because of the consistency of service and food. I have never had a bad experience there, and this week was no different. The ambiance and service would indicate a much more high-end bill to go along with the high-end experience, but for 8 people with appetizers, entrees, (many) cocktails and a couple of shared desserts, our tab was $420. Sure there are less expensive alternatives, but there are few that live up to the value you get at Gumbo's.
Though the atmosphere is romantic and memorable, the food is the real reason to go. The portions are stuff-you-to-the-gills generous, and every dish I've tried has been remarkable. The Barbeque Shrimp appetizer is as delicious as a treasured family recipe; if you use the bread to "sop the sauce" you'll find a little piece of heaven. The gumbo is divine, with the right amount of spice and veggies with three different options of seafood, chicken and andouille. The seafood is fresh and impeccibly spiced and never over-sauced. We even had a special diet to accommodate, and at Gumbo's not only could we "find something" for her, but she was overjoyed with her meal.
Since we Tigers pride ourselves on our drinking, it's a good thing Gumbo's serves a variety of specialty cocktails too. The Strawberry Lemonade sounds innocent enough, and goes down quite smoothly, so you don't entirely expect the punch it packs. And the John Daly lives up to it's namesake.
This was probably our 15th or so visit to Gumbos, on a variety of occasions, from 2 people to 40. They've hosted business events as well as birthday celebrations for us. I always consider other dining options in LoDo, but when it boils down to it, I just want Gumbo's.

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★★★★★

I am from Baton Rouge, so I would like to think I know a thing or two about Cajun food. Not only is Gumbo's my favorite restaurant in Denver; I would compare it to many of my favorite restaurants in Louisiana.
I had friends from "home" in town this week, and I was looking for a restaurant to impress them on their first trip to Denver. I initially dismissed Gumbo's because taking a Coonass to a cajun restaurant is like taking sand to a beach. After weighing my various experiences at the many options in Denver, I eventually decided on Gumbo's because of the consistency of service and food. I have never had a bad experience there, and this week was no different. The ambiance and service would indicate a much more high-end bill to go along with the high-end experience, but for 8 people with appetizers, entrees, (many) cocktails and a couple of shared desserts, our tab was $420. Sure there are less expensive alternatives, but there are few that live up to the value you get at Gumbo's.
Though the atmosphere is romantic and memorable, the food is the real reason to go. The portions are stuff-you-to-the-gills generous, and every dish I've tried has been remarkable. The Barbeque Shrimp appetizer is as delicious as a treasured family recipe; if you use the bread to "sop the sauce" you'll find a little piece of heaven. The gumbo is divine, with the right amount of spice and veggies with three different options of seafood, chicken and andouille. The seafood is fresh and impeccibly spiced and never over-sauced. We even had a special diet to accommodate, and at Gumbo's not only could we "find something" for her, but she was overjoyed with her meal.
Since we Tigers pride ourselves on our drinking, it's a good thing Gumbo's serves a variety of specialty cocktails too. The Strawberry Lemonade sounds innocent enough, and goes down quite smoothly, so you don't entirely expect the punch it packs. And the John Daly lives up to it's namesake.
This was probably our 15th or so visit to Gumbos, on a variety of occasions, from 2 people to 40. They've hosted business events as well as birthday celebrations for us. I always consider other dining options in LoDo, but when it boils down to it, I just want Gumbo's.

Pros: Everything

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This is a good little place to get cajun and creole food. I especially liked the gumbo dishes. The really good bread and garlic butter is really good.

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★★★★☆

This is a good little place to get cajun and creole food. I especially liked the gumbo dishes. The really good bread and garlic butter is really good.

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I was with a group of 4. We arrived close by from browsing book at "Tattered Cover" nearby. The service was somewhat slow to seat us. They had plenty of tables not sure why it took them 10 minutes to seat us. I ordered "the special" flounder or salmon don't remember which with 3 or 4 bacon wrapped shrimp and vegetable medley. The price of the meal was pretty high but we weren't in the mood for much more waiting or walking around. The waiter was spread a little thin with the number of tables he was serving. If you have more time to look around I would suggest finding something more economical.

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★★★☆☆

I was with a group of 4. We arrived close by from browsing book at "Tattered Cover" nearby. The service was somewhat slow to seat us. They had plenty of tables not sure why it took them 10 minutes to seat us. I ordered "the special" flounder or salmon don't remember which with 3 or 4 bacon wrapped shrimp and vegetable medley. The price of the meal was pretty high but we weren't in the mood for much more waiting or walking around. The waiter was spread a little thin with the number of tables he was serving. If you have more time to look around I would suggest finding something more economical.

Pros: Food presentation was excellent

Cons: Slow service, Parking dunno?Price high

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Gumbo's is the best Cajun restaurant in Denver. The Etouffe has a nice heat to it and a wonderful smokey flavor. The fish specials are usually a good bet and the service is impeccable. It is my go to place to take clients or for special events.

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★★★★☆

Gumbo's is the best Cajun restaurant in Denver. The Etouffe has a nice heat to it and a wonderful smokey flavor. The fish specials are usually a good bet and the service is impeccable. It is my go to place to take clients or for special events.

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Well, as I said in the tagline....I'm a Louisiana boy, so I know my Cajun food. Let me just say that I loved Gumbo's. It's the only place that I've found in Denver that really "gets" it!

My date and I went there one evening just after returning from a long trip. The ambiance was incredibly relaxing and comfortable. The wine list was certainly serviceable and the food made me feel like I had really come "home."

If you're looking for good Cajun food, go to Gumbo's. And may I just say, the Louisiana folks "across the eastern border" have never been all that impressed with anyone we've met from Houston.

Try them out....I know you'll like 'em.

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★★★★★

Well, as I said in the tagline....I'm a Louisiana boy, so I know my Cajun food. Let me just say that I loved Gumbo's. It's the only place that I've found in Denver that really "gets" it!

My date and I went there one evening just after returning from a long trip. The ambiance was incredibly relaxing and comfortable. The wine list was certainly serviceable and the food made me feel like I had really come "home."

If you're looking for good Cajun food, go to Gumbo's. And may I just say, the Louisiana folks "across the eastern border" have never been all that impressed with anyone we've met from Houston.

Try them out....I know you'll like 'em.

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I visited Denver last week. The fare here is an average representation of what good comes from Louisiana. The dirty rice was too spicy and flavorless, the etoufee was not spicy enough, yet still flavorless.

Having lived in Houston and frequently ventured across the eastern border, we have have a good idea of what constitutes good Cajun cuisine. Gumbo's doesn't compare. The Pappadeaux chain does it better, and that isn't saying much.

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★★☆☆☆

I visited Denver last week. The fare here is an average representation of what good comes from Louisiana. The dirty rice was too spicy and flavorless, the etoufee was not spicy enough, yet still flavorless.

Having lived in Houston and frequently ventured across the eastern border, we have have a good idea of what constitutes good Cajun cuisine. Gumbo's doesn't compare. The Pappadeaux chain does it better, and that isn't saying much.

Pros: Nice location, nice ambiance

Cons: The food!

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Very nice atmosphere, with white table cloths and great locale on the 16th street corridor, service was prompt with the water after delving into very spicey gumbo, the shrimp was very fresh and everyone in your party will enjoy

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★★★★☆

Very nice atmosphere, with white table cloths and great locale on the 16th street corridor, service was prompt with the water after delving into very spicey gumbo, the shrimp was very fresh and everyone in your party will enjoy

Pros: food, parking, service was top notch, very quiet

Cons: some food too spicey for personal reasons

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I came here for lunch on a weekday. I ordered the crawfish etouffee and it was GREAT. I like it much better than at Bayou Bob's, and Gumbo's ranks slightly better than the crawfish etouffee at Pappadeaux. The seasoned butter that they serve with their bread is fantastic too. The waitress was on top of things and kept my drink filled. All in all, a great experience.

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★★★★☆

I came here for lunch on a weekday. I ordered the crawfish etouffee and it was GREAT. I like it much better than at Bayou Bob's, and Gumbo's ranks slightly better than the crawfish etouffee at Pappadeaux. The seasoned butter that they serve with their bread is fantastic too. The waitress was on top of things and kept my drink filled. All in all, a great experience.

Pros: Crawfish etouffee

Cons: pricey for a lunch outing

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How can you not love a place that has a $2.00 wine / beer happy hour with free gumbo ? And.... the gumbos great. Food snob says eat the whole menu here. Its hard to pick one the thing thats better than another. We love the apps and the cheese/butter they serve with the bread is a stand alone reason to go. Dont go to early to happy..... I dont want you to get my table.

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★★★★★

How can you not love a place that has a $2.00 wine / beer happy hour with free gumbo ? And.... the gumbos great. Food snob says eat the whole menu here. Its hard to pick one the thing thats better than another. We love the apps and the cheese/butter they serve with the bread is a stand alone reason to go. Dont go to early to happy..... I dont want you to get my table.

Pros: Happy hour

Cons: Not enough seating in the bar.

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this is the best happy hour in denver. it starts at 2pm-6pm. the gumbo is free (with a drink order) they have a featured wine a 2.50 / glass (red and white). my personal favorite, kettle one drinks for 4$. the apple goat cheese salad is a nice way to fill up on food for minimal budget. (cocktal, bowl of gumbo and salad for 15.00 including tip). the chicken and sausage gumbo is FANTASTIC (but i always have to order more rice). for dinner, try the pork tenderloin or the pistachio encrusted mahi..absolutely delicious.

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★★★★★

this is the best happy hour in denver. it starts at 2pm-6pm. the gumbo is free (with a drink order) they have a featured wine a 2.50 / glass (red and white). my personal favorite, kettle one drinks for 4$. the apple goat cheese salad is a nice way to fill up on food for minimal budget. (cocktal, bowl of gumbo and salad for 15.00 including tip). the chicken and sausage gumbo is FANTASTIC (but i always have to order more rice). for dinner, try the pork tenderloin or the pistachio encrusted mahi..absolutely delicious.

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Gumbo's is excellent! And Cajun food is NOT what the poor people in Louisiana grew up on. Cajun food is part of the southern culture and everyone loves it. That's ridiculous and ignorant. Obviuosly that person has no clue what good food is and has probably never had a good southern home cooked meal. Cajun food has so much flavor and people live for it. Know what your talking about before you make an IGNORANT comment about someone's cooking and lifestyle. I highly recommend Gumbo's!

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★★★★★

Gumbo's is excellent! And Cajun food is NOT what the poor people in Louisiana grew up on. Cajun food is part of the southern culture and everyone loves it. That's ridiculous and ignorant. Obviuosly that person has no clue what good food is and has probably never had a good southern home cooked meal. Cajun food has so much flavor and people live for it. Know what your talking about before you make an IGNORANT comment about someone's cooking and lifestyle. I highly recommend Gumbo's!

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I had a disappointing meal with my brother one night at Gumbo's. With a name like that, I figured it had to have good Gumbo but it wasn't. I have never had my entree smothered in gumbo, but I tried it and I realized why. It was horrible. I also wqas not pleased with the bill. Cajun food is what the poor people in Louisiana were raised on.

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★☆☆☆☆

I had a disappointing meal with my brother one night at Gumbo's. With a name like that, I figured it had to have good Gumbo but it wasn't. I have never had my entree smothered in gumbo, but I tried it and I realized why. It was horrible. I also wqas not pleased with the bill. Cajun food is what the poor people in Louisiana were raised on.

Pros: service was good

Cons: everything else lacked

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We went to this venue for the first time last week. I have to say, we were very, very surprised at the quality of the food as well as the unbelievable service. The owner (Gary) visited our table no less than three times to check on our meal, the level of service and offered a bit of history of the restaurant.

This is LoDo spot is truly a rare find! You will not regret ordering the blackend catfish or pork tenderloin!

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★★★★★

We went to this venue for the first time last week. I have to say, we were very, very surprised at the quality of the food as well as the unbelievable service. The owner (Gary) visited our table no less than three times to check on our meal, the level of service and offered a bit of history of the restaurant.

This is LoDo spot is truly a rare find! You will not regret ordering the blackend catfish or pork tenderloin!

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This is hands down the best meal that I have had in Denver. The wait staff was informative, attentive and friendly. The food was absolutely amazing. Everything we ordered had a fantastic presentation and tasted amazing. I loved the atmosphere too. The food here is very unique and true to Cajun cooking.

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★★★★★

This is hands down the best meal that I have had in Denver. The wait staff was informative, attentive and friendly. The food was absolutely amazing. Everything we ordered had a fantastic presentation and tasted amazing. I loved the atmosphere too. The food here is very unique and true to Cajun cooking.

Pros: food service atmosphere

Cons: parking

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My sister and I shared an excellent dinner and wine when waiting for the Hockey game to start in May. Dinner and service/feel of welcome, was so good that we went back the next day for a desert and bottle of the same excellent wine. Maso Canali Pinot Grigio and chocolate. YUM

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★★★★★

My sister and I shared an excellent dinner and wine when waiting for the Hockey game to start in May. Dinner and service/feel of welcome, was so good that we went back the next day for a desert and bottle of the same excellent wine. Maso Canali Pinot Grigio and chocolate. YUM

Pros: Excellent ambiance, staff, food

Cons: There are no cons

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I visited Gumbos last week for the 1st time on a friends suggestion. This place was fantastic. Great food quality and service. Try the Hurricane. Nice wine list. Have some Gumbo or Etouffee. Very tasty seafood. Beautiful steaks. Don't forget dessert at this place. I'll be back often.

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★★★★★

I visited Gumbos last week for the 1st time on a friends suggestion. This place was fantastic. Great food quality and service. Try the Hurricane. Nice wine list. Have some Gumbo or Etouffee. Very tasty seafood. Beautiful steaks. Don't forget dessert at this place. I'll be back often.

Pros: Value, Great bar, Staff

Cons: Parking

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The food here was outstanding. The portions of the side dishes could be a little bigger, or the addition of another side would be great, but the food was outstanding. I had Gruper, and it was out of this world. There is a chocolate dessert that was one of the greatest things I have eaten in my life. Our server was spectacular, and made our evening very enjoyable. This is a must try spot for Denver diners.

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★★★★★

The food here was outstanding. The portions of the side dishes could be a little bigger, or the addition of another side would be great, but the food was outstanding. I had Gruper, and it was out of this world. There is a chocolate dessert that was one of the greatest things I have eaten in my life. Our server was spectacular, and made our evening very enjoyable. This is a must try spot for Denver diners.

Pros: Variety, Deserts, Staff

Cons: Additional side dish

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The food here is exceptional southern style food. Big on catfish and gumbo. Yummy! And the bread with the spicy butter is to die for. I do not agree at all with the reviewer who experienced small portions. The price is more than reasonable for good seafood!

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★★★★★

The food here is exceptional southern style food. Big on catfish and gumbo. Yummy! And the bread with the spicy butter is to die for. I do not agree at all with the reviewer who experienced small portions. The price is more than reasonable for good seafood!

Pros: Food, freshness, atmosphere

Cons: limited menu, parking

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Went for lunch and had the seafood gumbo and iced tea. Paid $15 (including 15% tip). The soup was good, spicy, but good. Very small portion size. I do not consider myself a huge eater, but I ate lunch at Gumbo's, then had to find more food after I left, as the portion size was tiny. So, I paid $15 for lunch that was more like an appetizer. That is over-priced to me.

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★★☆☆☆

Went for lunch and had the seafood gumbo and iced tea. Paid $15 (including 15% tip). The soup was good, spicy, but good. Very small portion size. I do not consider myself a huge eater, but I ate lunch at Gumbo's, then had to find more food after I left, as the portion size was tiny. So, I paid $15 for lunch that was more like an appetizer. That is over-priced to me.

Pros: location

Cons: prices, portion size

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This restaurant is beautiful, with delicious food, very personal service, and a great vibe. The blackened shrimp over crawfish etouffe was heavenly. The tenderloin was fantastic. Our best meal in years.

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★★★★★

This restaurant is beautiful, with delicious food, very personal service, and a great vibe. The blackened shrimp over crawfish etouffe was heavenly. The tenderloin was fantastic. Our best meal in years.

Pros: interior

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Weak fare for a restaurant that used to be good. It makes me sad because I used to love this place but I think they were bought out. so sad.

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★☆☆☆☆

Weak fare for a restaurant that used to be good. It makes me sad because I used to love this place but I think they were bought out. so sad.

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Being from the south I was a skeptic about Gumbo's, but after eating there 4-5 times it's never let me down.
Terrific gumbo, fish entrees, bloody mary's, and perfect portions highlight the restaurant.
The only real downside would be that the prices are a little steep for certain items, but the quality makes it worth every cent.

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★★★★☆

Being from the south I was a skeptic about Gumbo's, but after eating there 4-5 times it's never let me down.
Terrific gumbo, fish entrees, bloody mary's, and perfect portions highlight the restaurant.
The only real downside would be that the prices are a little steep for certain items, but the quality makes it worth every cent.

Pros: Authentic, Fresh fish

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I have been here a few times and I always come back for the great atmosphere and the DESSERT! The cajun style custard has got to be the best thing I have ever tasted! I don't know what they put in it to set it apart but the flavor is to die for!!

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★★★★★

I have been here a few times and I always come back for the great atmosphere and the DESSERT! The cajun style custard has got to be the best thing I have ever tasted! I don't know what they put in it to set it apart but the flavor is to die for!!

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Exceeded my expectations. Portion size was perfect. Real value for the quality of food received. Looking forward to my next visit.

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★★★★★

Exceeded my expectations. Portion size was perfect. Real value for the quality of food received. Looking forward to my next visit.

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I ahve to say that my dining experience at Gumbo's has always been top notch. the service is friendly, the food tasty and the atmosphere inviting. You always see the same people working and I always feel at home. I have to say after reading plenty of reviews that I have to correct the statement about then not having jambalaya! They do ahve jambalaya at lunch. There is so much more to choose from at gumbo's other than jambalaya. Branch out!!! I highly reccomend Gumbo's. Please try it. Jeff, Colleen and Tim are my favorites, so if you go in ask for them and I guarantee you will have a wonderful dining experience!!!

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★★★★★

I ahve to say that my dining experience at Gumbo's has always been top notch. the service is friendly, the food tasty and the atmosphere inviting. You always see the same people working and I always feel at home. I have to say after reading plenty of reviews that I have to correct the statement about then not having jambalaya! They do ahve jambalaya at lunch. There is so much more to choose from at gumbo's other than jambalaya. Branch out!!! I highly reccomend Gumbo's. Please try it. Jeff, Colleen and Tim are my favorites, so if you go in ask for them and I guarantee you will have a wonderful dining experience!!!

Pros: Service, Booming food, Value

Cons: Nada

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Gumbo's is a great place for a date or a large group, which I've done both of. The food is wonderful, especially the crawfish and shrimp pasta in cream sauce. The service has always been excellent and the ambiance is unbeatable. Gumbo's doesn't "pack 'em in". The restaurant is dimly lit, spacious, cozy, and quiet. Gumbo's also offers a basket of bread that before the meal that comes with an addictive butter spread packed with herbs (Hope you brought breath mints).

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★★★★★

Gumbo's is a great place for a date or a large group, which I've done both of. The food is wonderful, especially the crawfish and shrimp pasta in cream sauce. The service has always been excellent and the ambiance is unbeatable. Gumbo's doesn't "pack 'em in". The restaurant is dimly lit, spacious, cozy, and quiet. Gumbo's also offers a basket of bread that before the meal that comes with an addictive butter spread packed with herbs (Hope you brought breath mints).

Pros: Ambiance, Great food, Service

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Gumbo's is a little slice of the french quarter right here in Denver. The decor reminds me of several places I have dined in New Orleans. The service is top-notch.
The crawfish gumbo is well seasoned and very flavorful. The Po-Boys are large and tasty. Many of the dishes look great but are quite rich with cream sauces and fried offerings. Nevertheless, they do bring to mind the flavors of Burbon Street.
I was a little disappointed that the bar could not make me a Sazarac, they didn't know how.
This place gets very crowded on weekend nights so call ahead for reservations.

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★★★★☆

Gumbo's is a little slice of the french quarter right here in Denver. The decor reminds me of several places I have dined in New Orleans. The service is top-notch.
The crawfish gumbo is well seasoned and very flavorful. The Po-Boys are large and tasty. Many of the dishes look great but are quite rich with cream sauces and fried offerings. Nevertheless, they do bring to mind the flavors of Burbon Street.
I was a little disappointed that the bar could not make me a Sazarac, they didn't know how.
This place gets very crowded on weekend nights so call ahead for reservations.

Pros: Authentic Cajun, Great Decor, Great Service

Cons: Will Clog Arteries, No Sazaracs

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Being from Louisiana, I know what "cajun" food is supposed to taste like. After 13 years of living in the mid-west, I have finally found a restaurant that does this cuisine justice. I had to tell my waiter that this was the best "cajun" I'd had outside of Louisiana. He smiled and admitted that the head chef was born and raised in Baton Rouge. I was not surprised. Food this good, had to be from someone that had been trained at the source!

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★★★★★

Being from Louisiana, I know what "cajun" food is supposed to taste like. After 13 years of living in the mid-west, I have finally found a restaurant that does this cuisine justice. I had to tell my waiter that this was the best "cajun" I'd had outside of Louisiana. He smiled and admitted that the head chef was born and raised in Baton Rouge. I was not surprised. Food this good, had to be from someone that had been trained at the source!

Pros: Authentic, Large Servings, Nice Atmosphere

Cons: Little Pricey

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Gumbo's is a wonderful addition to the several excellent LoDo restaurants. The service was spot on, and the ambience romantic and pleasing (if you prefer quiet, sit in the main dining room. The room near the bar is very hectic due to bar customers and kitchen staff).

The value for the meals given is FABULOUS!! The Shrimp cocktail is enough for a meal in itself, as is the great shrimp or crawfish etoufee. Our mouths water at the prospect of eating here again!!

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★★★★★

Gumbo's is a wonderful addition to the several excellent LoDo restaurants. The service was spot on, and the ambience romantic and pleasing (if you prefer quiet, sit in the main dining room. The room near the bar is very hectic due to bar customers and kitchen staff).

The value for the meals given is FABULOUS!! The Shrimp cocktail is enough for a meal in itself, as is the great shrimp or crawfish etoufee. Our mouths water at the prospect of eating here again!!

Pros: Generous portions, Great selections, Romantic ambience

Cons: No Valet Parking, Noisy Bar Area

 

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