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Located within the new Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel at the historic Colorado National Bank building, range will offer cuisine
that celebrates the cultural heritage and adventurous spirit of the American West, prepared with a modern day sophistication. range features a bar offering a wide selection of local beers, liquors and
wines, a private dining room and a wood fired oven, in which much of the fare will be prepared. In addition to offering daily featured dishes, the
menu will change seasonally and will offer a large selection of shareable plates in addition to entrees and side dishes.
range also offers free valet for all guests.
Denver, CO 80202
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 10:30am, Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 11:00am
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet services are offered through The Renaissance Denver City Center. All guests of range receive complimentary valet parking during any visit.
range is located within walking distance to multiple bus and light rail stops. We are happy to assist in offering directions.
Private Party Facilities:
Range offers our guest the ability to create the perfect space for any meal. Each event can be customized to fit your needs.
Private Party Contact:
Thomas Lloyd: (720) 726-4822
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
range offers happy hour monday thru friday from 4pm to 7pm.
range Ratings and Reviews
The appetizers were good with but my entree was dry and the grits were so spicy that I could not eat them, what's of about that, is that it didn't said they were spiced at all, just aged cheddar. When I bought it to the servers attention she said it just depends on who makes them on how spicy they are, and offered another option. In general not worth a trip.
We went here with average expectations, but couldn't have been more pleasantly surprised. Despite being wary of a hotel restaurant with nothing that looked especially unique in the menu, everyone loved their meal. Burger, fish sandwich, soup, salad and scallops all perfectly done. You don't need unique when you do the seemingly less creative items to perfection. Great for a downtown lunch or dinner. We will go back for sure.
Range is my new favorite go-to for lunch in downtown Denver. I have tried several items on the lunch menu, but what keeps me coming back for more is the green chile bacon burger with homemade chips. Delicious, and easily one of the best burgers in Denver! A little pricey (the burger is ~$15) but well worth it. The atmosphere is nice, and I am definitely planning to check out their happy hour at some point.
Food was fantastic, if you are a meat lover. Locally sourced meats expertly prepared. The sides were well matched to each dish. Fewer options for vegetarians, but that was not a concern in our party. Deserts were good, but portion was almost too big for one person.Conveniently located just off of 16th Street Market place. Convenient to downtown hotels, convention center, Coors field, Republic Plaza, Capitol, etc.
We went here for our anniversary and got a drink at the teller bar before coming in for dinner. The food and service were both good and overall was pretty quiet as it wasn't very busy. I got the bison ribs and my wife got the paella and we both enjoyed the apple and pear salad. Nice restaurant with proximity to the main part of 16th street mall, which was nice as only had a short walk to the paramount after.
We were hesitant to try this restaurant due to some of the reviews on Open Table, but it was the only restaurant on the resort. The food was just ok, not with the price. I have had better dishes at Olive garden. The dessert menu was not very good considering it is supposed to be a little on the high end side for this location. My other complaint is that my entree came out before I finished my salad. The server was nice and friendly, but we plan to dine elsewhere for the remainder of this week while at the resort.
Perfect for before theatre dinning. Food was novel and great. We had several appetizers and drinks, which was filling. Service spot on. A little louder than the last time we were there, but I would not say it was noisy. Will be back again, as I have season tickets, and this is by far the best pre-show spot!
Very confortable setting with an original menu and good food. The service was attentive without being pushy or overbearing. My companion and I were there for lunch on a Sunday, I had pork soft tacos which were tasty and thankfully not messy to eat. My companion eats gluten free and was able to order a pizza which she reported was quite good. It was pretty quiet, but I imagine it would be busier during the work week.
Great Pre/theater dinner! Three generations party of 5 had a wonderful dining experience! Fantastic service and we loved our food, especially the charcuterie board and French onion soup. Next time, will go with small plates and appetizers because we loved those best! We took the hotel shuttle to and from the DCPA show. The seniors had given OK for a 6 minute walk, but the shuttle was a welcome surprise!
Neatest thing about the place? That it sits in the Renaissance Hotel that used to be the Colorado National Bank Building. Why is that so cool? . . . Because Alan Tupper True did 5 triptychs of Indian tribes that still grace the interior entry hall and which are absolutely super! (Check out his work also at the Brown Palace and the Central City Opera House).
The Range Restaurant? Good. Serviceable and quite nice for a business lunch. Went there once for dinner with my honey and thought it was good but a bit pricey for what you got. Rate it somewhere between a 3 and a 4 depending on the vagaries of your mood and their meal . . ..
The menu at range looked so good I asked the server how often they change it so I knew how soon I had to come back to eat more. Service was excellent. Execution of the starters and small plates was excellent. The main dishes we had were good but not great. We'll definitely be going back to try a few more things.
Delicious American Western cuisine, located inside the Renaissance Hotel, offers free valet parking and the staff are all friendly and great. We came here for dinner and had a very enjoyable experience.
Started with sharing the Warm Brussel Sprout Salad, which came chopped with things like roasted squash, wild rice, parmesan cheese. Also tried the Sweet Potato Hushpuppies, 5 round tasty bread balls served with green tomato jam. I also had a buttermilk biscuit which came with butter and rhubarb strawberry jam.
For mains, we tried the Skuna Bay Salmon, served with chopped asparagus and quinoa and their 7x Wagyu meatloaf, served with roasted peppers and cheddar grits. Nice kick to the meatloaf, so perfect with the biscuit and grits.
For dessert, we had the Pecan Pie Bread Pudding, generously served in a iron skillet with a dollop of caramel and bourbon pecan ice cream. We also tried the Chocolate Espresso cake, served warm in a skillet with vanilla ice cream. Both amazing and too much for the 2 of us because of the large portions (the other 2 folks in our group didn't partake, their loss!)
Overall, delicious food, interesting menu, great service, convenient location. Would definitely come back here again and recommend to others.
Range is a downtown Denver restaurant that offers a trifecta of desirable traits - a tasty international menu, reasonable priced, free valet parking. The lobby bar is inside a huge landmark space. We've had the baby arugula salad twice - the generous portion can readily be shared. A great starter. I just had the shrimp paella - rich and very spicy. Wine list is reasonably priced. I forgot to mention the flawless service - everyone is attentive and smiling. I'm looking forward to the new late spring / summer menu. This is a restaurant where a party of 4 can converse without shouting - a key requirement for our dining choices.
Enjoyed the history of the building which houses this restaurant in downtown Denver.
The menu was different and interesting and our four selections of sea bass, pork collar, paella, and lemon chicken were all excellent. Spent some time in the bar first with a congenial bartender and friendly patrons. The dining service was very good too.
Brought our father here for 70th birthday dinner. It was an early dinner at 4pm and there was only one other table taken in restaurant. Super chill and most of our food was fantastic! Sweet potato hush puppies were delicious. Shrimp and grits were great. The best item at our table was the bourbon glazed pork belly. It was outstanding!! Definitely going back to order that again!
The salad (can't recall the name..it included slices of pear) we had with our dinners was delicious. The ribeye was served on a smaller 2" thick butcher block... I was concerned about juices running off ...the steak was overly fatty (even for a ribeye) and with gristle......the baked potato was cold..I had to ask for it to be heated and butter provided.. We were downtown to attend an event.. The valet parking was convenient and well run.. I would stop there for drinks but not for a dining experience. There is a bar in the lobby adjacent to the dining room..if we weren't seeking quiet I'd go there..the martini I had was perfect..!
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