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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
We've been coming to Barolo Grill to celebrate anniversaries and birthdays for ten years now. The best time to visit is just after the team has returned from their annual July staff trip to Italy. The whole restaurant has a vibe of the authentic heart of Italy. It's pretty terrific.
Went here for dinner before Senior prom, it was amazing! The staff were incredibly kind and the service was fantastic- the waiter took time and explained the menu and portions. The food itself was delicious, especially the braised duck. A little expensive, but definitely worth it!
Made reservation for 2 two weeks in advance, could only get in at 6pm or after 8 (!)
We chose 6pm, and were seated up against the waiters cart in a crummy little corner.
Then a bigger party came in & sat right next to us, and brother, how their waiter made a loud, noisy fuss over them! Guess we just didn't have (or spend) enough money. The whole scene was obnoxious. Unacceptable.
I live within walking distance and visit for business and pleasure. My favorite restaurant in Denver. You can not beat the regional Italian cuisine and wine. The pasta is always great.They have an extensive Italian wine list and can steer you to the right bottle for your wallet or occasion.
I had not been to Barolo for several years and was pleased to find that it was just as good as ever. I was the only one out of our group of four who had been there before, and everyone was very pleased.
The best part of the experience was the service. Our waiter, whose name I forget, made it clear that they could figure out a way to accommodate any sort of combination of courses, and the promise came true.
Our server barely acknowledged us, our busser spoke to us more than our server. They rushed the whole meal, and it felt very impersonal. We were there for a special occasion, and just really didn't feel valued. The food was good, but the service made it a bad night.
It was a completely new experience for my girlfriend and I, a bit overwhelming in the aspect of luxury. The waiter gave us some context to the beautiful menu and made sure we taken care of. For the most part the essence of the restaurant was incredibly unique for us suburb kids. This dining opportunity was meant for the ideal flashiness of an ambitious dinner fantasy!!
The food was great. We had the calamari, a seasonal salad, the rabbit ragu pasta, duck and lamb, all were delicious as well as the creme brule for dessert, which was very unique and amazing. the wait staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. Very nice ambiance. Can be hard to get a reservation.
Amazing meal....we did the tasting menu and it was lovely. Just enough food at each course to satisfy you while leaving you excited for the next course. Perfectly timed and perfectly cooked, thank you. A really nice birthday treat ended our lovely date night.
Huge, long Italian wine list, maybe 20 pages of wines from Barolo for instance, with some few other wines tossed in as well. You can spend a lot of money on wine here if you are not careful; many wines offered at hundreds and thousands of dollars per bottle. Very good service and good food and ambiance to the main dining room and also the side room- exposed brick and large size old fashioned wine posters.
Look forward to returning. Somewhat of a special occasion dining choice on the whole but definitely worth trying.
It had been years since dining at The Barolo Grill. I was rather disappointed. It gets rated as one of Denver's top restaurants year after year, and not sure why? There are so many fabulous new restaurants that are unique and truly a taste sensation! The food was just average in flavor, and presentation. We will not be returning.
We've eaten at Barolo many times and it's the first time I have been disappointed. The lemon-cream with the frito misto is blah and when I asked for a red sauce for the seafood I got a blah marinara. My guests thought their food was good, but not great, which is what we usually think.
Maybe it was our choice of entry; but the duck, for which they are known for, required the removal of skin and therefore the reduced sauce went with it, and the potatoes overwhelmed the plate and were soggy. The Halibut plate looked great, loved the crisp finely chopped vegetable, but the fish was a bit over done. Liked the beer. The Calamari appetizer was done just right. Wine/glass is overpriced for the 3 oz.
Would like to come back as we are new to the neighborhood, and hope the food is better. You have very good waiters, excellent service. (On a first time visit, I would not send food back unless truly appalling). BTW, the Valle attendant did his job and paid attention, even explaining to me how parking there worked; I just pulled into the lot, not seeing the sign, and parked.
For such a humble looking facility in a humble looking area, this restaurant was quite a find. The food was creatively conceived and expertly executed. The flavors were intense and the portions were more than sufficient. The waitstaff was knowledgeable, friendly, and courteous, giving and I and my business partner plenty of time to settle down, have a cocktail and chat before having to focus on the menu. I had the dock, which honestly was among the best I've ever had. My partner the halibut which had a deep golden flavorful crust (he gave me a bite). The atmosphere of the restaurant is very casual; you don't have to dress fancy to fit in.
Friends recommended Borolo Grill for a business meeting. I made a reservation for 6 on Saturday through Open Table. I arrived to find us in a private wine room- what a lovely surprise. It only added to the specialness of this client event.
This is New York good. The staff is knowledgeable and excellent.
We enjoyed our dinner and selection of wines. Two of us had the halibut with carrots and asparagus. It was light and delicious. One of us enjoyed the CO lamb cooked to perfection. Service by Rachel was especially good. She explained all dishes and reviewed in detail the wine offerings. I loved getting the rabbit plate as a what's it called -- rush plate. Nice evening.
What a wonderful dining experience! Our dinner was fantastic and our son, who is a very picky eater, ate more dinner than we have ever witnessed him eat.
Pleasing decor with a special vibe and perfect service capped off a great night. We are definitely returning.
We had the rabbit and halibut. Prepared superbly. It's great that the pasta dishes can come in sizes ranging from appetizer to entree. Finished dinner with panna cotta and a chocolate truffle. Service was impeccable, thanks to Esther. She knows the menu backwards and forwards and so very competent.
Service was inattentive and definitely not what we expected of Barolo. We ordered a nice wine that was decanted and other then the first pour, the waiter never offered to refill our glasses. The food was average with the exception of the salad which was bland and tasteless. It had been several years since we had been and it will be several more after this experience. Also, this was to be a birthday celebration but only the Hostess acknowledged the event. Overall a big disappointment.
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