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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.
Denver, CO 80206
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Friday: 5:30pm - 10:30pm, Saturday: 5:15pm - 10:30pm
Between Milwaukee & St Paul
$31 to $50
AMEX, 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: (303) 393-1040
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, 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
I have been wanting to try Barolo ever since we moved into the neighborhood about a year ago. For my birthday, my husband, 7 year old daughter and 3 friends did just that. The food was fantastic, the service friendly and prompt without being intrusive. The wine was delicious and the staff knowledgeable about pairing. 2 of our party ordered the steak and honestly, it was some of the best I had ever had! At least 3 of us commented on how we were still thinking about it the next day in wonder.
As always, Barolo Grill is perfection! Great food, fantastic service. We had Esther as our wait-person this time, and we adore her! Professional, friendly, knowledgeable. We'll ask for her in the future. Thank you, Barolo Grill, for another outstanding experience.
My dinner companion and I thought the food was pretty good, the service was good (but slow), but we couldn't get over the volume and content of the conversation of the large table next to us. They were extremely loud to the point we could barely talk. Moreover, they were talking about wildly inappropriate things and using profanity throughout dinner. A number of other diners and I made eye contact and shook our heads at what we were hearing. The staff made no effort to control the patrons at this table, which is unfortunate because it ruined our experience. I don't think we'll return.
Barolo is one of the most consistently good restaurants in Denver. Excellent food and service. While they have several items that have been on the menu for a long time, the chef creates a new menu seasonally. It's a wine drinkers heaven with many unusual choices.
Excellent as always. Attentive service paced to our table's personality and mood. Everything about the food was special. My goat cheese soufflé appetizer and Rabbit ragout dinner were novel and perfectly realized. Great wine recommendations. Barolo never disappoints!
Barolo continues to be the crème de la crème of Denver dining. Rioja, Fruition, Root Down and other great Denver restaurants are worthy rivals but the quality and consistency of the food and the service at Barolo still outshine almost every other meal we have had in Denver. Sadly, we missed the Copper River salmon this time since they had sold out by the time we ordered at 9 pm. But our "second choices" of the halibut and the agnolotti were superb, as were the soufflé appetizer and both exquisite desserts. The wines by the glass, Orvieto and Barbera d'Alba, were similarly fantastic.
Don't get caught up in all hype for Denver's newest cool restaurants. One of the very best restaurants anywhere is still Barolo. We won't forget that and you shouldn't either.
We had a wonderful experience at Barolo Grill- a lovely table by the window, so not too noisy even though the restaurant was quite full. The staff was attentive and friendly, the courses were spaced nicely and the food was outstanding.
I went to Barolo for my wife's birthday and we had great time.
Food is great and very friendly atmosphere.
I gave the place for stars because of the poor quality and limited options for pastries . When you pay little less than $200 for dinner you would expect to end the evening with quality high end pastries . that was not the case , I would not eat the pastries we ordered not even for free.
Great food and great service as always. Barolo grill never disappoints! This is our second time returning and the food was outstanding, even better than the last time we went (which was in autumn). The price is worth it for the quality service and attentiveness you receive. Our water glasses never were below half full and crumbs were cleaned after every dish. Our waiter was patient while explaining the menu, even though he had many tables and the place was crowded. We will be back again!
Andrew is always incredible and we enjoy the exceptional service he provides. Barolo's dishes are thoughtfully composed and each meal tops the last. The creme brûlée is the best I have ever had due to their unique method of caramelization.
Can't say how disappointed I am in BG. First the good news - food was phenomenal. Best I've had there. Dined at Barolo many times. Now the bad - took 2 HOURS TO GET OUR ENTREE on a two course meal. Don't know what was going on. Other tables had the same experience. No explanation former server or management. Will think twice abou dining there again and spending big bucks on really slow food
My wife and I did the chef's sampler and wine pairing for our anniversary - it was a bit expensive side (almost $300 including tip and tax), but it was absolutely phenomenal. My wife and I agree that it's the best meal we've had in our lives. The meal was served with five courses (and two extra tasting courses), and the wine pairings were perfect. The courses ran the gamut from salads to poultry to grains to fruit creations and much more. We'll definitely be coming back, but probably for another very special occasion given the investment.
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