Cork House Restaurant

★★★☆☆
  • 4900 E Colfax Ave

    Denver, CO 80220

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  • 303-355-4488

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I have always loved this restaurant for the selection of wine and delicious food. They have great happy hour deals too.
I had my rehearsal dinner here and all of my guests loved it. It was a beautiful night.

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★★★★☆

I have always loved this restaurant for the selection of wine and delicious food. They have great happy hour deals too.
I had my rehearsal dinner here and all of my guests loved it. It was a beautiful night.

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I'm a Denver native, enjoyed Tante Louise way back, was thrilled with the Cork House when they opened, loved it and became a semi-regular (live in the hills), brought lots of friends but sadly, last visit was my last time there and I

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★☆☆☆☆

I'm a Denver native, enjoyed Tante Louise way back, was thrilled with the Cork House when they opened, loved it and became a semi-regular (live in the hills), brought lots of friends but sadly, last visit was my last time there and I

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This place is so great in the summer. They have such a beautiful patio and lots of great specials during the week. Happy hour is awesome, with drink specials and appetizer specials (they make a great extra dirty martini). The cheese flights are really fun and tasty to try and the appetizers are really good.

The only reason for my 4 instead of 5 stars is that I didn't have a very good steak here. However, I will continue to go back for the reasons listed above. Love having it in the neighborhood.

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★★★★☆

This place is so great in the summer. They have such a beautiful patio and lots of great specials during the week. Happy hour is awesome, with drink specials and appetizer specials (they make a great extra dirty martini). The cheese flights are really fun and tasty to try and the appetizers are really good.

The only reason for my 4 instead of 5 stars is that I didn't have a very good steak here. However, I will continue to go back for the reasons listed above. Love having it in the neighborhood.

Pros: Happy hour, specials, atmosphere, patio

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This restaurant has become a very popular place for "sampling" because of there small plate menu. They have a great wine selection that is offered with an amazing selection of cheeses and breads. A good spot for girls night out.

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★★★★☆

This restaurant has become a very popular place for "sampling" because of there small plate menu. They have a great wine selection that is offered with an amazing selection of cheeses and breads. A good spot for girls night out.

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The Cork House is a lovely place to drink wine with girlfriends! They have a terrific patio during the summer and cozy rooms if you feel like being inside. The menu is eclectic and every dish is elegantly presented. You won't be disappointed when you leave the Cork House!

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★★★★★

The Cork House is a lovely place to drink wine with girlfriends! They have a terrific patio during the summer and cozy rooms if you feel like being inside. The menu is eclectic and every dish is elegantly presented. You won't be disappointed when you leave the Cork House!

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I had one of my most memorable dining experiences at the Cork House years ago. We slogged our way there during a major thunderstorm/flood and the power went out as soon as we walked through the door. But the staff just lit candles, put together a decadent cheese and pate plate and pulled corks on some serious wines. It was a magical, memorable evening.

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★★★★☆

I had one of my most memorable dining experiences at the Cork House years ago. We slogged our way there during a major thunderstorm/flood and the power went out as soon as we walked through the door. But the staff just lit candles, put together a decadent cheese and pate plate and pulled corks on some serious wines. It was a magical, memorable evening.

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Great place to enjoy the happy hour specials. Not sure its worth it all the other times. Bathroom was small and food takes a while but is usually worth it. Menu is expansive and the fare is high quality. We'll be back soon!

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★★★★☆

Great place to enjoy the happy hour specials. Not sure its worth it all the other times. Bathroom was small and food takes a while but is usually worth it. Menu is expansive and the fare is high quality. We'll be back soon!

Pros: Happy hour, food, parking if early

Cons: Bathrooms, parking if you're late

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This is hands down my favorite restaurant in Denver. The atmosphere is wonderful whether you are in the mood to eat by one of the fireplaces inside, have brunch on the patio, or have drinks in the bar. This restaurant is extremely cozy, the staff is genuinely friendly and helpful, and the food and wine make the experience complete. Try everything on the happy hour food menu at least once; my favorites are the sweet potato fries, both sets of sliders, the cheese flights, and the spinach artichoke dip. The entrees and salads are also fantastic and reasonably priced.

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★★★★★

This is hands down my favorite restaurant in Denver. The atmosphere is wonderful whether you are in the mood to eat by one of the fireplaces inside, have brunch on the patio, or have drinks in the bar. This restaurant is extremely cozy, the staff is genuinely friendly and helpful, and the food and wine make the experience complete. Try everything on the happy hour food menu at least once; my favorites are the sweet potato fries, both sets of sliders, the cheese flights, and the spinach artichoke dip. The entrees and salads are also fantastic and reasonably priced.

Pros: Parking across the street, happy hour 7 days a week from 3-7

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The Cork House is great if you want a good glass of wine and a cheese flight; but anything beyond that is not good. All the food was over cooked. The muscles were rubbery and the salmon was tastless and so done! The specials were terrible and we finished nothing. Even dessert, which I think can't really be that bad, just add chocolate, was bad tasteless, wanting.
Don't waste your time or money. Denver has too many really good restaurants to waste a meal here.

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★☆☆☆☆

The Cork House is great if you want a good glass of wine and a cheese flight; but anything beyond that is not good. All the food was over cooked. The muscles were rubbery and the salmon was tastless and so done! The specials were terrible and we finished nothing. Even dessert, which I think can't really be that bad, just add chocolate, was bad tasteless, wanting.
Don't waste your time or money. Denver has too many really good restaurants to waste a meal here.

Pros: Good wine list and cheese choices and the service was great

Cons: Any other food items, just bad

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I was so excited to try the Cork House - the 5280 deal was wonderful and the food sounded great. I was mistaken. While the server was friendly, it took nearly 20 min. to get our wine order (just 2 glasses of wine!) The cheese plate was decent, but nothing extraordinary. The wedge salads were thrown on the plate with boxed croutons and bits of tomato - again, not bad. The wine, cheese and salads took about an hour to be served - when the salad plates were cleared we waited for the entree, and waited and waited and waited. When the steaks arrived another hour later, they were rare - not medium as ordered. After the long wait, we decided not to send them back, just asked for a box and the desert that came with the 5280 meal. Guess what? We waited again - the coffee that was supposed to be with desert was gone and we were still waiting. This is not the place to go if you would like to eat your dinner in less than 3 hours.

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★★☆☆☆

I was so excited to try the Cork House - the 5280 deal was wonderful and the food sounded great. I was mistaken. While the server was friendly, it took nearly 20 min. to get our wine order (just 2 glasses of wine!) The cheese plate was decent, but nothing extraordinary. The wedge salads were thrown on the plate with boxed croutons and bits of tomato - again, not bad. The wine, cheese and salads took about an hour to be served - when the salad plates were cleared we waited for the entree, and waited and waited and waited. When the steaks arrived another hour later, they were rare - not medium as ordered. After the long wait, we decided not to send them back, just asked for a box and the desert that came with the 5280 meal. Guess what? We waited again - the coffee that was supposed to be with desert was gone and we were still waiting. This is not the place to go if you would like to eat your dinner in less than 3 hours.

Pros: nice place, good happy hour wine prices

Cons: SLOW!!!!!

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Last night a friend and I dropped by the Cork House for dinner. We had no reservations but did not need any and were seated at a lovely table by the fireplace. The ambiance is incredible but that is the last nice thing that I can say about this eatery. We started with a scallop appetizer which sounded lovely. However, it was tough and horrible. The waiter was shocked when we told him. They took it off the bill. We then had the martini salad which was passable. For entrees we had the flatiron steak which came out as ordered but was only tolerable if dipped in the gravy. The potatoes and mushrooms that came with steak were left on plate after tasting. The crab stuffed shrimp was okay but no better than a cheap frozen entree. The shrimp dinner came with lemon rice and prosciutto ham wrapped around dry lettuce. I cannot emphasize dry enough. Both were dry and the ham was rubbery. I cannot complain enough. The service and bar is another horror story. Stay away, stay very far away.

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★☆☆☆☆

Last night a friend and I dropped by the Cork House for dinner. We had no reservations but did not need any and were seated at a lovely table by the fireplace. The ambiance is incredible but that is the last nice thing that I can say about this eatery. We started with a scallop appetizer which sounded lovely. However, it was tough and horrible. The waiter was shocked when we told him. They took it off the bill. We then had the martini salad which was passable. For entrees we had the flatiron steak which came out as ordered but was only tolerable if dipped in the gravy. The potatoes and mushrooms that came with steak were left on plate after tasting. The crab stuffed shrimp was okay but no better than a cheap frozen entree. The shrimp dinner came with lemon rice and prosciutto ham wrapped around dry lettuce. I cannot emphasize dry enough. Both were dry and the ham was rubbery. I cannot complain enough. The service and bar is another horror story. Stay away, stay very far away.

Pros: The ambience

Cons: Food, Bar, Service

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We had the time of our lives on the patio at the Cork House. We've found our new happy hour spot. We sat on the patio Thursday night for half price bottles of wine. The service was WONDERFUL, they were friendly, could answer our wine questions and made great pairing recommendation for their appetizers. We had the seared tuna (perfect) and a great Australian white that was crisp and complemented the food. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone.

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★★★★★

We had the time of our lives on the patio at the Cork House. We've found our new happy hour spot. We sat on the patio Thursday night for half price bottles of wine. The service was WONDERFUL, they were friendly, could answer our wine questions and made great pairing recommendation for their appetizers. We had the seared tuna (perfect) and a great Australian white that was crisp and complemented the food. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone.

Pros: Happy Hour

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Pretty space, friendly people, nice patio, and miserable food. There's no nice way to put this, but aside from the cheese course, there wasn't a single presentable course served to me or my party on our visit. The seared tuna was of very low quality and extremely stringy. The wedge salads were poorly constructed (and if you can screw up a wedge salad, something is terribly wrong). The salmon entree I was served was of poor quality (fishy smelling), and the presentation was appalling (drizzled with brown sugar and bbq sauce from a bottle). A flatiron steak was served medium rare as ordered, yet was tasteless and chewy. Desserts capped the experience--an icy creme brule', and an assortment of sorbets (one of which tasted of Lysol). I rarely complain about restaurants--let alone publicly, but this was a miserable dining experience. I have a pit in my stomach--both from the food, and the fact that I paid for it. If you go--order a cheese course, and then leave.

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★☆☆☆☆

Pretty space, friendly people, nice patio, and miserable food. There's no nice way to put this, but aside from the cheese course, there wasn't a single presentable course served to me or my party on our visit. The seared tuna was of very low quality and extremely stringy. The wedge salads were poorly constructed (and if you can screw up a wedge salad, something is terribly wrong). The salmon entree I was served was of poor quality (fishy smelling), and the presentation was appalling (drizzled with brown sugar and bbq sauce from a bottle). A flatiron steak was served medium rare as ordered, yet was tasteless and chewy. Desserts capped the experience--an icy creme brule', and an assortment of sorbets (one of which tasted of Lysol). I rarely complain about restaurants--let alone publicly, but this was a miserable dining experience. I have a pit in my stomach--both from the food, and the fact that I paid for it. If you go--order a cheese course, and then leave.

Pros: The Food is Horrible, Yet You'll Likely Live Through It!

Cons: The food is horrible. Truly horrible. Uck.

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I got kind of excited to try this place one night so we stopped in. the cabernet's they had were way way over priced. The food, quite frankly, for the price, was miserable. I was excited to see that i could order a side of seared tuna with my salad. With a little balsamic vinegarette, that would have been delicious, but alas, they had no balsamic vinegarette (um. what?) and instead of tuna they brought me the salad with two large, uncut
and tough steaks of SALMON. seared. what? im not the kind of guy to send things back, but this time, i really should have. i mean, how was i supposed to cut that? also, you shouldn't sear salmon like that. it makes it even tougher. the raspberry vinegarette they sent me was terrible and sweet. i could hardly touch it.
very disapointing. I could have gotten sick. I ordered a salmon steak, which was also very over priced. I think it was 19 or 20. My girlfriend had the filet mingnon, which was around 34. What we got was the same quality, if not less, than something we get at lonestar steakhouse, or TGIFridays. My GLAZED salmon, also had what appeared to be KC masterpiece barbeque sauce slathered all over the plate.. why? why? it was not a very good filet anyway. it had clearly been frozen. paying so much, i thought for sure they might have a better hookup. I thought the staff was rather rude as though they work at a four star resturaunt, which they do not. Our waitress however, was very polite and sweet, and attentive. Don't let the corona umbrellas on the patio fool you. This place is not layed back. The music seemed to be the same as the waiting music i get when i have to sit on hold with a Dell Computer tech agent. revolting.. Basically, what you'll get here is chain-resturaunt quality food and service, at four-star price, and a nice view out the window at an east colfax 15 line bus stop.. scary..*sigh* just go to outback steakhouse or something for a better experience with real music, at a fraction of the cost

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★★☆☆☆

I got kind of excited to try this place one night so we stopped in. the cabernet's they had were way way over priced. The food, quite frankly, for the price, was miserable. I was excited to see that i could order a side of seared tuna with my salad. With a little balsamic vinegarette, that would have been delicious, but alas, they had no balsamic vinegarette (um. what?) and instead of tuna they brought me the salad with two large, uncut
and tough steaks of SALMON. seared. what? im not the kind of guy to send things back, but this time, i really should have. i mean, how was i supposed to cut that? also, you shouldn't sear salmon like that. it makes it even tougher. the raspberry vinegarette they sent me was terrible and sweet. i could hardly touch it.
very disapointing. I could have gotten sick. I ordered a salmon steak, which was also very over priced. I think it was 19 or 20. My girlfriend had the filet mingnon, which was around 34. What we got was the same quality, if not less, than something we get at lonestar steakhouse, or TGIFridays. My GLAZED salmon, also had what appeared to be KC masterpiece barbeque sauce slathered all over the plate.. why? why? it was not a very good filet anyway. it had clearly been frozen. paying so much, i thought for sure they might have a better hookup. I thought the staff was rather rude as though they work at a four star resturaunt, which they do not. Our waitress however, was very polite and sweet, and attentive. Don't let the corona umbrellas on the patio fool you. This place is not layed back. The music seemed to be the same as the waiting music i get when i have to sit on hold with a Dell Computer tech agent. revolting.. Basically, what you'll get here is chain-resturaunt quality food and service, at four-star price, and a nice view out the window at an east colfax 15 line bus stop.. scary..*sigh* just go to outback steakhouse or something for a better experience with real music, at a fraction of the cost

Pros: good wine

Cons: terribly over-priced. pretentious environment.

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We used to love the Cork House for their fabulous happy hours and would go almost every weekend. We were incredibily disappointed to learn that this weekend, they changed their happy hour. Appetizers are now 7 dollars (happy hour price, not normal price) and you can only choose from a list of about 10 wines that are "only" 6 dollars. I'm sorry, but 6 dollars is NOT a happy hour value. To top it off, our chips and bread were so stale we left the spinach adn artichoke dip sitting there.

We won't be returning anymore. The new happy hour is pitiful. I guess all good things must come to an end.

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★★☆☆☆

We used to love the Cork House for their fabulous happy hours and would go almost every weekend. We were incredibily disappointed to learn that this weekend, they changed their happy hour. Appetizers are now 7 dollars (happy hour price, not normal price) and you can only choose from a list of about 10 wines that are "only" 6 dollars. I'm sorry, but 6 dollars is NOT a happy hour value. To top it off, our chips and bread were so stale we left the spinach adn artichoke dip sitting there.

We won't be returning anymore. The new happy hour is pitiful. I guess all good things must come to an end.

Pros: Nice patio

Cons: Overly priced for poor quality

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I came here on a Thursday night with a group of nine people. It happened to be raining that day, which the manager said was the reason the restaurant wasn't crowded. We had reservations but could have easily been seated without them. Happy hour is half off wine by the glass, until 7pm I believe. Thursdays are half off all bottles. I had the french onion soup, which was very good. I also had the duck entree, which was good but really pretty average. We split a bunch of desserts--the bananas foster was really delicious, the sushi chocoloate thing was fantastic (very rich-tasting) and the chocolate cake was good (very HUGE portion). The service was probably the best thing about the restaurant. Our waiter was very attentive and a manager also came by our table a couple times to make sure we had everything we needed. All in all, a great experience.

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★★★★☆

I came here on a Thursday night with a group of nine people. It happened to be raining that day, which the manager said was the reason the restaurant wasn't crowded. We had reservations but could have easily been seated without them. Happy hour is half off wine by the glass, until 7pm I believe. Thursdays are half off all bottles. I had the french onion soup, which was very good. I also had the duck entree, which was good but really pretty average. We split a bunch of desserts--the bananas foster was really delicious, the sushi chocoloate thing was fantastic (very rich-tasting) and the chocolate cake was good (very HUGE portion). The service was probably the best thing about the restaurant. Our waiter was very attentive and a manager also came by our table a couple times to make sure we had everything we needed. All in all, a great experience.

Pros: great service; resatuarant is larger than it looks from the outside

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For Happy Hour this place hits all the marks for me, 1/2 price wine, ten dollar flight of five cheeses (of your choice) with a nice selection of crackers and bread. I hear their Martinis are three dollars and are all top shelf. For those of us not really looking for a scene to be seen and would like to catch up with friends, the location seems central and not too loud. Oh, hay and don't let me for get to mention the Sweet Potato fries - tasty sweet salty deliciousness. Service was really good the last three times I was there and the Manager even stopped by. The parking can be a little bit of a pain, although if you have lived in Capitol Hill you will find a spot.

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★★★★☆

For Happy Hour this place hits all the marks for me, 1/2 price wine, ten dollar flight of five cheeses (of your choice) with a nice selection of crackers and bread. I hear their Martinis are three dollars and are all top shelf. For those of us not really looking for a scene to be seen and would like to catch up with friends, the location seems central and not too loud. Oh, hay and don't let me for get to mention the Sweet Potato fries - tasty sweet salty deliciousness. Service was really good the last three times I was there and the Manager even stopped by. The parking can be a little bit of a pain, although if you have lived in Capitol Hill you will find a spot.

Pros: Happy Hour Prices, Nice Selection of Cheeses, Not Loud

Cons: Parking

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Since visiting Cork House a few weeks ago, I have been back every week for it's happy hour. All wine is half price, and the appetizers are at a discounted rate. I highly recommend the cheese platter that includes 5 cheese you select from a large variety for only 10 dollars, this is a steal! The service has been great, and the manager has checked in at least once per visit. If you love wine and cheese, this is a great deal, beautiful building and provides excellent service.

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★★★★★

Since visiting Cork House a few weeks ago, I have been back every week for it's happy hour. All wine is half price, and the appetizers are at a discounted rate. I highly recommend the cheese platter that includes 5 cheese you select from a large variety for only 10 dollars, this is a steal! The service has been great, and the manager has checked in at least once per visit. If you love wine and cheese, this is a great deal, beautiful building and provides excellent service.

Pros: Happy Hour Prices

Cons: Parking after 5:30 p.m.

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Read other poor reviews, but wanted to try it anyway. Glad we did! On a frigid night, it wasn't too busy. Service was great. Very perssonable server. Made good recommendations for wine and cheese flight. I read that they were out of several wines in one of the reviews so I queried the waiter what was out of stock. He only knew of one wine. But lo and behold, the one I ordered was out. However, they had a special deal on a wonderful cab, of a good vintage. (And I had a half off wine coupon, that I could apply to it, even though it had a special price.) The menu is not your typical salmon entree, chicken breast entree, and petite fillet entree. The menu included things like chicken potpie, meat loaf, and catfish (although I don't know what type of wines you would pair with these.) The stuffed flounder in parchment was an excellent entree. Only negative was that the red wine was chilled. I asked why, and he explained that the cellar is a real cellar, and on a sub zero night, it gets cold. We nursed the wine for about a half hour and it came to room temperature. That just added to the uniqueness of the restaurant. Definitely would return for the reasonable prices, unusual menu, ambiance, and the wines.

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★★★★☆

Read other poor reviews, but wanted to try it anyway. Glad we did! On a frigid night, it wasn't too busy. Service was great. Very perssonable server. Made good recommendations for wine and cheese flight. I read that they were out of several wines in one of the reviews so I queried the waiter what was out of stock. He only knew of one wine. But lo and behold, the one I ordered was out. However, they had a special deal on a wonderful cab, of a good vintage. (And I had a half off wine coupon, that I could apply to it, even though it had a special price.) The menu is not your typical salmon entree, chicken breast entree, and petite fillet entree. The menu included things like chicken potpie, meat loaf, and catfish (although I don't know what type of wines you would pair with these.) The stuffed flounder in parchment was an excellent entree. Only negative was that the red wine was chilled. I asked why, and he explained that the cellar is a real cellar, and on a sub zero night, it gets cold. We nursed the wine for about a half hour and it came to room temperature. That just added to the uniqueness of the restaurant. Definitely would return for the reasonable prices, unusual menu, ambiance, and the wines.

Pros: Variety of menu, reasonable prices

Cons: Out of first choice wine, cold wine cellar

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We went on a Friday night, and had very friendly (if slow) waitstaff and enjoyed the lovely patio, but that is the extent of the nice things that can be said of the experience. We asked to be moved to the patio because the inside of the restaraunt was as loud as any bar. It seems all of the ambiance of Tante Louise has been washed away by clientele that might have been just as happy at a Bennigan's on Friday night. The food was more in the Bennigan's ball park too. The cheese flights and wines, enjoyed on the patio are worth the trip, but if you are looking for fine dining, do not seek it here. I have never seen a chef ruin lamb the way this one can....

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★★☆☆☆

We went on a Friday night, and had very friendly (if slow) waitstaff and enjoyed the lovely patio, but that is the extent of the nice things that can be said of the experience. We asked to be moved to the patio because the inside of the restaraunt was as loud as any bar. It seems all of the ambiance of Tante Louise has been washed away by clientele that might have been just as happy at a Bennigan's on Friday night. The food was more in the Bennigan's ball park too. The cheese flights and wines, enjoyed on the patio are worth the trip, but if you are looking for fine dining, do not seek it here. I have never seen a chef ruin lamb the way this one can....

Pros: Romantic patio

Cons: Terrible food, so-so wine list

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The experience we had at this restaurant still has me boiling. Some of the wait staff is rude, some of it is inept and unprofessional, and most if it is never there when you need it. The waiters I saw all looked to be twenty-somethings who seemed very unhappy to be doing their jobs, and I think they're all in over their heads.

We arrived on Friday evening at around 6:15, and met friends on the deck. It took 20 minutes to get my first glass of wine. I ordered the crab cake/tomato dish, and it was actually quite good. However, the waiter completely forgot about my friend's order of salmon. I had completely finished mine, and when the waiter finally came by, we reminded him that we didn't have all our order. He ran away in a flurry, and brought out the salmon within five minutes. While I can understand not overcooking fish, the inside of the salmon was raw and cold. I know, because I tasted it. The inside of the salmon looked a little like pink petroleum jelly. We sent it back, and it finally came out again, still underdone, but at least edible. What a mess!

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★☆☆☆☆

The experience we had at this restaurant still has me boiling. Some of the wait staff is rude, some of it is inept and unprofessional, and most if it is never there when you need it. The waiters I saw all looked to be twenty-somethings who seemed very unhappy to be doing their jobs, and I think they're all in over their heads.

We arrived on Friday evening at around 6:15, and met friends on the deck. It took 20 minutes to get my first glass of wine. I ordered the crab cake/tomato dish, and it was actually quite good. However, the waiter completely forgot about my friend's order of salmon. I had completely finished mine, and when the waiter finally came by, we reminded him that we didn't have all our order. He ran away in a flurry, and brought out the salmon within five minutes. While I can understand not overcooking fish, the inside of the salmon was raw and cold. I know, because I tasted it. The inside of the salmon looked a little like pink petroleum jelly. We sent it back, and it finally came out again, still underdone, but at least edible. What a mess!

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They were out of our first two wine oders. Everthing took forever. Staff was not knowledgable of wines or menu items. Food tasted like cork. Not reccomended.

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★☆☆☆☆

They were out of our first two wine oders. Everthing took forever. Staff was not knowledgable of wines or menu items. Food tasted like cork. Not reccomended.

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The waiter did not know hardly anything about the wine or have any food recommendations. All of our food came out cold, one person returned her food and it came back microwaved and almost frozen in the middle! They were out of 2 desserts and then the creme brulee came to the table very runny and inedible. I do NOT recommend this restaurant and the service needs some help!!

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★★☆☆☆

The waiter did not know hardly anything about the wine or have any food recommendations. All of our food came out cold, one person returned her food and it came back microwaved and almost frozen in the middle! They were out of 2 desserts and then the creme brulee came to the table very runny and inedible. I do NOT recommend this restaurant and the service needs some help!!

Pros: atmosphere

Cons: Food, Service, wine stock

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I am so glad I discovered this place on Citysearch!!! First, this place has the BEST happy hour in town!!! $3 top shelf martini's people!!! Great appetiser specials and I met other professional women who stop in daily after work. The staff was very helpful with my wine selection. Finally, what a great place to unwind!!! Check it out once and you'll be back with all of your friends and co-workers guaranteed!!!

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★★★★★

I am so glad I discovered this place on Citysearch!!! First, this place has the BEST happy hour in town!!! $3 top shelf martini's people!!! Great appetiser specials and I met other professional women who stop in daily after work. The staff was very helpful with my wine selection. Finally, what a great place to unwind!!! Check it out once and you'll be back with all of your friends and co-workers guaranteed!!!

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Great ambiance, Poor service, waiter did not know about any of the wines and couldn't recommend anything on the menu, except for 'his favorite'. The bottle of wine we did try to order was out of stock. The food came and was extremely bland. They don't have salt & pepper at the table, we had to get the pepper grinder/sqweezer from the kitchen. They were out of 2 of the desserts on the menu and the creme brulee that came to our table never set so it was as runny as soup! Definately SAVE your money!!

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★☆☆☆☆

Great ambiance, Poor service, waiter did not know about any of the wines and couldn't recommend anything on the menu, except for 'his favorite'. The bottle of wine we did try to order was out of stock. The food came and was extremely bland. They don't have salt & pepper at the table, we had to get the pepper grinder/sqweezer from the kitchen. They were out of 2 of the desserts on the menu and the creme brulee that came to our table never set so it was as runny as soup! Definately SAVE your money!!

Pros: ambiance

Cons: lack of knowledge, bland food, wine stock

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We went there in November and the food was wonderful. The buffalo carpaccio was amazing, the lobster & crab stack was decadent. It was an excellent dining experience.

Then we went again last night and the food was mediocre at best. The ahi seared tuna was cooked all the way through (no pink in sight), the lobster & crab stack became some sort of dish like nachos with crab & lobster on top. The wine was great but they need to go back to the old menu with was more refined and less like bar food.

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★★☆☆☆

We went there in November and the food was wonderful. The buffalo carpaccio was amazing, the lobster & crab stack was decadent. It was an excellent dining experience.

Then we went again last night and the food was mediocre at best. The ahi seared tuna was cooked all the way through (no pink in sight), the lobster & crab stack became some sort of dish like nachos with crab & lobster on top. The wine was great but they need to go back to the old menu with was more refined and less like bar food.

Pros: Good wine selection, Reasonably priced

Cons: Average food, Poor parking

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We waited 15 minutes before anyone even came to our table. Once our waiter came over, it was 10 more minutes to even get water because there were no clean glasses. When ordering wine, we asked the waiter for a suggestion, but he couldn't even give us one because it was a new wine list.... this is a WINE restaurant named the CORK HOUSE! Each course took FOREVER to arrive and the food was below average, especially for the price. We were just trying to make the best of it, and decided to stay for dessert, since we had already been there for two hours, we ordered a creme brulee and banannas foster and were told they were out of banannas and the creme brulee was made wrong that night. (The most information we recieved from the waiter all night) With that we took the check. We won't be returning.

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★★☆☆☆

We waited 15 minutes before anyone even came to our table. Once our waiter came over, it was 10 more minutes to even get water because there were no clean glasses. When ordering wine, we asked the waiter for a suggestion, but he couldn't even give us one because it was a new wine list.... this is a WINE restaurant named the CORK HOUSE! Each course took FOREVER to arrive and the food was below average, especially for the price. We were just trying to make the best of it, and decided to stay for dessert, since we had already been there for two hours, we ordered a creme brulee and banannas foster and were told they were out of banannas and the creme brulee was made wrong that night. (The most information we recieved from the waiter all night) With that we took the check. We won't be returning.

Pros: quaint, location, fireplace

Cons: service, timing

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This restaurant has it all -- great food;knowledgeable, amiable and prompt service; and a comfortable atmosphere. I am vegetarian and the waiter suggested a combination of dishes that was second to none! My husband's non-vegetarian meal was terrific too. Can't wait to go back-

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★★★★★

This restaurant has it all -- great food;knowledgeable, amiable and prompt service; and a comfortable atmosphere. I am vegetarian and the waiter suggested a combination of dishes that was second to none! My husband's non-vegetarian meal was terrific too. Can't wait to go back-

Pros: Great service, Good for vegetarians, Elegant

 

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