Denver, CO 80202
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.
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
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!
The service was outstanding--they knew we were attending the theatre so they were sensitive to our time concerns without rushing us. They provided the 20% discount for theatre patrons to our bill with no fuss. The waiter was very knowledgeable and sociable. The room is beautiful as is the lobby with those awesome WPA murals. Glad they saved them.
The food was very good, service very fine.... though being out of the 2 least expensive wines at $30+ & $40+ was unexceptable! forcing us to buy the $50+ bottle. Manager did come by after I complained, but with no satisfactory result. How hard is it to keep a constant stock of wine that is on your menu especially for a fine dining restaurant like this.
We made our reservation on open table and arrived at 6:50 for our 7:00 reservation Saturday night. While there was a decent crowd there were at least 10-15 open tables. The two gals at the hostess stand told us that our table wasn't ready and we could go sit at the bar. After ordering a drink, 10 minutes later she came by to take us to our table. This table was in view the entire time we were there and nobody was sitting there. I didn't like that they play that game, who cares if we are early, give us a table if it's available.
Our server arrived promptly and was very attentive, as was the bartender. Our drinks were good and the food was very delicious. I had the scallops and my husband had the sea bass. Both were great. We did splurge and get dessert, the cheesecake. It was excellent.
We will definitely return to this restaurant but I hope management, or anyone else at the restaurant reads this and changes the policy when tables are available.
It all started with the initial greeting. The Hostess sat my wife while I parked the car. When I entered the restaurant nobody greeted me or helped me find my wife. It's not a big place but someone should have acknowledged my entrance.
The waiter (Justin) did ok. He never refilled our water. He did not check to see how our cocktails were and took the wine glasses without even asking if we wanted any. Justin asked if we wanted any appetizers, so we asked what his recommendation was, "Definitely the field and Stream." So we ordered it. This appetizer is a bit bigger and has sever different meat options on it plus a trout spread. My wife and I agreed it was very good and enjoyed it as much as we could.
Without warning the woman expeditor (forgive me, I don't know her name of if expeditor is correct) brought us our entrees. She asked if we were still enjoying the F&S and I said no. She didn't even take the plate! After setting everything down she did not ask us how it looked or if there was anything else at the time. Sh basically left the food and ran off. If the restaurant was busy I would understand, but luckily for me, my seat had a clear view of the "line" in the kitchen and I clearly saw her go back to where her male counterpart was and grab a glass of water to start drinking it!
When all was said and done, I paid our bill.It occurred to me that I had parked our car in the complimentary parking and needed the card validated. I tried to track Justin down but was unable to do so. Next attempt was the same expeditor. I made eye contact at least twice without success. So my wife and I went to the hostess stand to where she was waiting. She asked us how everything was and we replied, "Eh, it was ok." The woman did not even ask what was wrong and walked away.
After reading several positive reviews we really had our hopes up. Apparently they were too high.
We will not be going back!!
Our meals were fantastic and the wines were wonderful. We thoroughly enjoyed our meal at Range. They do change their menus, so just be prepared for them to possibly be out of some things if they're about to change. This wasn't a problem as they still had wonderful dishes available and my fish was superbly cooked. We will definitely be going back there.
Although we had a reservation, Range would not seat us (there were empty tables, so it must have been a staffing issue). Instead, we had drinks and several items from the Happy Hour menu at the bar. Bartenders were very accommodating given the situation. I did not appreciate the Old Fashioned, but loved their Manhattans. After 15+ minutes at the bar, the hostess notified that our table was ready, but we stayed with our friendly bartenders. I can recommend the bar, but have no experience "dining" at Range.
We went to Range for the first time this week and will certainly be back.
The service was excellent, recommendations were on point, and the food was both creative and perfectly executed. I would recommend getting a couple of small plates and main plates to share for the table as you will want to try everything. Get the goat cheese fritters- they were fantastic.
Extra bonus: Valet Parking is included- very rare for downtown Denver.
Our server was great. She was attentive, helpful, and kind. I had the scallops, which were good, but the greens that came with them were flavorless and oily. The smoked tomatoes lacked a smokey flavor and the cauliflower puree was bland and distracted from the scallops. I feel for the price, the food should have been bursting with flavor. My friend had the lobster mac and cheese and was not impressed with his dish either.
What a surprise Chef Paul Nagan has created in Downtown Denver! The menu is varied and diverse, using locally sourced meats and indredients - and in unexpected combinations. Try the 'mixed grill' - the jalapeno-stuffed quail was an absolute treat. We also loved the root beer BBQ bison ribs, and the wine list was extensive, yet paired with the dinner fare perfectly. Cocktails were carefully crafted and service was attentive without being intrusive. Our server offered suggestions and answered questions about the menu and we very much enjoyed the meal. Will come back when in Denver.
We came last year for Christmas dinner and loved the Prix Fixe menu, there were multiple choices (including a veggie option) for each course so you could design your own menu. We enjoyed it so much last year, we thought we would return again this year but were underwhelmed this time. They changed their menu so that you only had an option for the 3rd course, none of which were Vegetarian. They were accommodating and made something up for me as my 3rd course, but it was very dry, bland, and not equal in price to the other options.
We'll be searching for a more diverse menu next year.
Server was polite, though busy, and did his job. He began by talking about the wines that were on special and mentioned one change to the menu and told us the soup of the day. Could have been more attentive when my date asked where the bathroom was at, however, the FOH manager overheard the dialogue and pointed him in the right direction so that he didn't get lost. The food was very good (Scallops and Pork Tenderloin), and we both felt very full upon leaving. Every other staff member from the valet, to the hostess, even to the server assistant's did a very hospitable and great job.
Came early for dinner and we were greeted by several servers/hosts. Very good first impression. Inside is modern and chic. We mentioned it was our anniversary and were served two classes of prosecco shortly after being seated. Artichoke toast appetizer was amazing and filling--beware!! Loved the scallops. Have already recommended range to family.
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