About Barolo Grill
Barolo Grill, an award winning Cherry Creek North restaurant, prides itself on serving authentic northern Italian food while maintaining a comfortable, elegant ambience. Known for hand crafted modern Piemontese cuisine, spectacular wine cellar, and knowledgeable, attentive staff, Barolo can be a perfect choice for a special occasion or just a fun night out. Chef Darrel Truett's cuisine focuses on the Northern Italian provinces of Piedmont and Tuscany. Seasonally changing menus feature locally sourced ingredients, proudly supporting regional farms and producers.
Owner and wine director Ryan Fletter are proud to feature small family wineries that are dedicated to Earth-friendly farming and winemaking philosophies. Barolo Grill has one of the largest collections of Barolo wines outside of Italy.
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Friday: 5:30pm - 10:30pm, Saturday: 5:15pm - 10:30pm
Between Milwaukee & St Paul
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Barolo Grill offers complimentary valet directly in front of the restaurant.
RTD route 6 - Milwakee Stop
Private Party Facilities:
Barolo Grill has three private dining rooms available for groups of 6 to 30 people. Please contact Morgan Wolfe , our event coordinator, for details. 303.393.1040
Private Party Contact:
Morgan Wolfe: 3033931040x
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We offer special prix fixe menus for New Year's Eve & Valentine's day each year.
We also host Truffle & Wine Dinners throughout the year. All reservations for these special events must be made directly through the restaurant.
For more information contact Morgan Wolfe, 303.393.1040
Barolo Grill Ratings and Reviews
Haven't been in 3-4 years. Things have ...
Haven't been in 3-4 years. Things have changed, for the better! Our meal was outstanding. Each course better than the one before. The pasta dishes were amazing. Our Insalata Caprese was wonderful, with end of season tomatoes and some great burrata.
We celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary this time...we were coming each year until things kind of went down hill. We are BACK NOW !
Thank you for a wonderful experience Barolo Grill.
Never disappoints. For us, my wife is t ...
Never disappoints. For us, my wife is third generation and 100% Italian - she prepares homemade wholewheat pasta once a week - this is the Italian restaurant to go to. They are so creative and also reliable. We will be back again and again.
Our meal at Barolo Grill was very good. ...
Our meal at Barolo Grill was very good. My husband had a lamb dish and I ordered the scallop and crab tortellini. Both were delicious. Service was excellent with our waiter attentive and considerate. He gave advice when we asked, which we appreciate. Try the creme brûlée for dessert- amazing! Would definitely go back.
Our server, Beau, at my request, brought ...
Our server, Beau, at my request, brought me the best glass of wine I've had in a very long time. All I requested was "a delicious glass of wine that's not overly sweet and pairs well with the duck". He hit it out of the park! I can't wait to go back!
Highly recommend sharing each course or ...
Highly recommend sharing each course or only getting taster size portions of pastas if they are not your entrée.The entrée was like a whole meal in itself- too large for a place that recommends all courses. I LOVE dessert and I was soooo full so full I couldn't eat a 1/4 of my pasta or even think about dessert, lol! Bar none the some of the best food I've had in my life-however!
This was our anniversary and my wife's b ...
This was our anniversary and my wife's birthday celebration. We have been coming here since
Blair opened the doors. The service was slow. The bar did not have the basic ingredient for a
Green apple Martini. The fisto misto was dried out. The Duck was dried out and had to request
more sauce. The potatoes had very little garlic.
Overall, we were disappointed because we have had so many great dinning experiences at Barolo.
Wonderful service and lovely design insi ...
Wonderful service and lovely design inside. The food fell victim to some of the new trends, such as abundant sauce and heavily salted.
The souffle was bland, though the cheese flavor came though slightly, and the duck was slightly overcooked.
The lobster salad was superb, with a light champagne vinigrette complementing fresh, plump pieces of genuine main lobster and sweet bits of melon. Real, fresh tasting halibut came heavily sauced, with fresh asparagas and black rice.
The wine list had little to offer for less than $100.
Hands down, Barolo Grill is one of the f ...
Hands down, Barolo Grill is one of the finest restaurants in the United States. Many spend more on buildings and decoration, however, if food and service are important, this is the place. I cannot believe that I ordered octopus as an appetizer. It was magnificent! The enthusiasm of the staff is infectious. Their knowledge is overwhelming. Portions are perfect. We left full but not stuffed. A beautiful salad course and the pasta is to die for. The Bass entree was absolutely perfect. We chose a wine paring and thoroughly enjoyed the various Italian wines. It was a perfect evening. We are excited to return.
Most of our food were delicious and serv ...
Most of our food were delicious and service was very good. My 2 comments are: Firstly my “taster” of pasta did not have shaved truffles as it was supposed to. Secondly my pork dish was served with some asian mushrooms instead of porcinis as it was listed on a menu. Girl who served still said "this is pork with porcini mushrooms". Substitution more expensive with cheaper ones is not acceptable especially at a high end restaurant. Would be better if they said prior to serving that they ran out of porcini and let me to decide if I still want this dish with substitution which actually did not suit the dish. Otherwise it looked like they treat their customers as ignorant and not knowing what they order.
Not a bad thing to say about Barolo Gril ...
Not a bad thing to say about Barolo Grill. Favorite spot in Denver for any special occasion or just some appetizers and cocktails at the bar. Perfect blend of cutting edge cuisine mixed in with the traditional Italian flare. Very knowledgeable and professional staff and that's just as much of a reason to go than the great food. I'd give it six stars if I could!
We found this as an Open table Rec and r ...
We found this as an Open table Rec and read reviews ! It truly is one if not the best place I have been in Denver . We had a fabulous waitress Rachel who told chef about my allergy and spoiled us with a spectacular menu ! We were celebrating our anniversary and it was perfect !!
Fabulous, memorable experience. The rest ...
Fabulous, memorable experience. The restaurant closes for 2 weeks each summer for the entire staff and chefs to travel to Piedmont region of Italy to explore tastes and trends. The night we dined with them they were unveiling the new menu based on this year's tour. Our server was incredibly knowledgable and gracious in answering questions, reviewing choices, introducing each wine and course.
Really superlative food, wine, setting, service.
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