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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. The restaurant 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.
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, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
range offers happy hour monday thru friday from 4pm to 7pm.
range Ratings and Reviews
We booked this restaurant for its proximity to The Buell. A group of 5 of us had tix to a show. The free valet parking was the main reason we chose the restaurant - being from Fort Collins we wanted to eat before the show but also wanted to be close enough to walk without re-parking or feeding meters. Since none of us had eaten there prior, we didn't know what to expect. Happily, the food turned out to be fabulous and the happy hour drinks were amazing! Plus, saving 20% with theater tix was an added bonus! The atmosphere was lovely - though it was a bit loud for a group conversation. Each of us loved our food (note: the menu is diverse and choosing was tough) and the portions were generous. Everyone in the group said they would be sure to return in the future.
Thoroughly enjoyed our meal here and the service was impeccable. Get a tour of the many vaults of this old bank building of you can.
My sazarac was fantastic but the Manhattan on their specialty cocktail list was the most boring drink this Manhattan lover had ever had.
We had breakfast at Range after a night out on the town. We stayed at the Renaissance for the second time, and didn't partake in any meals at Range the first stay, but are glad we gave it a try. The breakfast sausage, according to my husband, was fantastic! I enjoyed the oatmeal and the local honey was totally the icing on the cake, so to speak. The coffee was ok, but we thought that a restaurant at the level of Range should have great coffee. It tasted like bulk coffee from work rather than a freshly ground, aroma-full brew, one would expect to find. The service was very good.
After reading a good review in some publication and finding myself in downtown Denver on a Sunday afternoon, I thought we would swing by a give Range a try. I was a little put off by finding Range in a hotel, as I am with all US based restaurants, and now I have a hard reminder as to why. The second clue, was finding the restaurant near empty that afternoon.
Service was good, but the food was simply, very bad. I order pasta carbonara, and was asked if I would like a protein with it, and I gamely said sure, how about chicken. The result that I received, as was served cold (don't remember having it that way before...). Further, if there was any carbonara sauce on the pasta, it has to be so slight as to be in my imagination. Then of course there was the chicken.....and It could have been my imagination again, but I think the chicken was cooked a day or two before it was served up to me, if not longer. I would have hung it on the wall as a warning to others, but I don't think, I could have gotten a nail thru it!
So in closing, don't waste your time.......................
As part of restaurant week, I had lunch at range inside the Rennaissance Hotel in LoDo, part of the Marriott chain. Their wood - fired pepperoni was very tasty and well balanced with cheese, crispy edges with soft center. Nicely done! This morning I had their green eggs and ham, also well made. The hollandaise sauce didn't have the kick I liked, but my server, Kayla recommended the perfect hot sauce. Nicely done, Kayla
This restaurant is a hidden gem. The food is creative with so many different flavors Making it hard to choose but whatever you pick you won't be disappointed The executive chef takes great pride in the food he provides and it shows from the apps to the dessert. Great job chef Paul.
We came to Range during Restaurant Week and ate off that menu. Our group had the brussels sprouts salad, the duck enchiladas and one other salad for starters. These were all enjoyed. The dinner choices ranged from the lemon chicken to the steak and meatloaf. The presentation was very nice for each item. The person who selected the lemon chicken found their sprouts salad more interesting. The service was good - wait staff was attentive.
We had a fantastic experience during 5280 week at Range. We've stayed at the Renaissance several times and have not eaten there. That will definitely change! The food was wonderful! My 2 kids (7&9) loved the Bison ribs. The service was superb! We appreciated the timeliness of our meal courses and the attention to detail. We cannot wait to go back!
The best part was the service, which was very good. My dish, which was fish, was well prepared, but my companion's paella was too salty and not enough like real paella to merit the appellate. The wine list was not extensive but had good quality wines. My complaint about it was how overpriced the wines are. I fully expect to pay a restaurant markup of anywhere from 2-3x the market price of the wine bottle, but I don't like it when a restaurant rubs my nose in it. Range's markup was higher, about 350-400% in most cases. $95 for a bottle of Australian sauvignon blanc? Really? Even if the cuisine were outstanding, which wasn't the case here, the feeling of being taken to the cleaners leaves a bad aftertaste. There are plenty of good restaurants in downtown Denver generally, and in the immediate vicinity of Range in particular. The overall experience was not bad, but I don't expect to be going back there anytime soon. Give this one a pass.
Range has very cheap decor- warm tones. The waiter was very nice . The food was lacking sooo much. The mushroom appetizer wasn't even cooked all the way through. Shrimp and grits small plate was chewy with Luke warm grits. Dry ribs weren't bad. The sweet potatoes fries (all 4) were also okay. Cole slaw was dry (how is that possible?) and extremely bitter.
Server was great. All our food allergies and diets were well taken care of, i.e., low carb, gluten free, whole30. Don't remember our servers name. She is petite with short colored hair. (I think green). Very good and friendly. Took good care of the 6 of us.
Just a few blocks from DCPA, this is a marvelous spot for a pre-concert/theater dinner. We loved the sweet potato hush puppies -- light, just the right crunch, accompanied by cilantro and honey chipotle butter. The duck confit enchiladas and the porcini mushroom agnolotti (with an outstanding brandy shallot creme) were both excellent. Service was attentive and considerate of our concert-imposed time limit. We would definitely choose Range again, and we'll save room for dessert next time!
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