About the plimoth
Denver, CO 80205
WE LOVE FOOD
We believe in an eclectic yet approachable love for food. Our chefs draw from foundations in classic French and Italian cuisine, finding inspiration in seasonal and local ingredients that offer a modern twist to each dish. Our ever changing menus reflect the efforts of our collaboration with unique purveyors, local farmers, and artisan producers. Join us for an elevated, unpretentious dining experience.
Hours of Operation:
Supper: Monday 4:00pm - 8:00pm
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday: closed
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Ample parking all around the restaurant
Peter Ryan, Charles MacDonald
Private Party Facilities:
The entire restaurant and /or the outside can be booked for private events
Bar Dining, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Wheelchair Access, Wine
the plimoth Ratings and Reviews
Wonderful service, our waiter had a good and easy going sense of humor and made some great recommendations. The atmosphere is cozy and best for smaller parties, I was there for a special dinner with my boyfriend. The food was just as good as I had remembered it and it was like going to an all new place since they change the menu regularly. I highly recommend it, it is worth the drive away from the better known restaurant neighborhoods.
To get a reservation we had to book early in the evening, but liked it because it was a little quieter. it's small room with hard surfaces so noise level can be an issue. But he food was fantastic--and we are foodies. Small kitchen and small menu, but you can't go wrong. Service was very prompt, polite and excellent as well. it's a bit on the pricey side, but absolutely worth it. May be my new favorite in Denver...
Great local place with incredible food!!! Great for foodies!!! Spent more than we planned and wines are expensive. The waitress was fabulous!!! The downside of the night was after spending quite a bit we were forced out of table by the manager so he could reseat the table. We were literally told to hang out at the front door with an offer of lemon chello. Sad thing is we were signing the bill and ready to go if he had just waited 2 more minutes.
The service we received at The Plimoth was above and beyond almost any experience I can recollect. This incredible service was matched by the equally amazing food. Everything is prepared fresh with wonderful ingredients and combinations of textures and flavors. I will absolutely be going back again soon.
My daughter took me to the plimouth to celebrate my birthday. We started out with the chicken liver pate on a sliced baguette with an apple cherry confiture which was quite a hearty appetizer, then we shared the chicken & mussels sitting in a bowl of red chili saffron caldo and sprinkled with hominy. Every single ingredient was perfectly cooked and every bite was absolutely delicious. I love that the server explained the ingredients of each dish when they delivered our food. We're looking forward to our next visit!
This restaurant is excellent! The menu is not your typical menu which makes it very interesting. Anyone who is a foodie would definitely enjoy this place. The drinks are very good also. This is my second visit here and I will return every time I visit Denver.
I took my boyfriend to the Plimouth for his birthday dinner. The entire staff was super welcoming and warm. We were greeted by a man at the door to hang our coats and then took us to our table. Our waiter Nick was amazing! He started our dinner off with complimentary birthday rose; tasted great. He was very insightful about the entire menu and was able to answer all of our questions. The cocktails were delicious and the food was superb. I highly recommend the cracklin' chicken and the monkfish. The cauliflower graitnee had a ton of flavor and was delicious as well. I had the apple manhattan to drink; well....it was so good I actually had two 😊. We left super full and really really satisfied with the whole night. If you are looking for a nice, fancy but not pretentious dinner, this is the place. Thanks Plimouth!
It's certainly a nice neighborhood restaurant and you feel welcomed there. My main dish is Cracklin Chicken. It is not overcooked and the meat is tender. The sauce is a little too sweat but it is still a good one.
Cauliflower turnip gratinee is not cheesy and I really like it with the oyster mushroom on top.
Pork rillette needs some improvement. About 1/3 of the rillette is just fat. The distribution of the fat and the meat makes the dish unattractive.
Fabulous, as always. Key word for every aspect of The Plimoth: generous. Everyone and everything leans toward generosity . . . the food, the staff and their warm welcome, the wish for the patron to enjoy a complete evening of enjoyment on every level. Congrats, Plimoth!!!
It's small, so book your table! Delicious food (the crispy chicken), tasty cocktails with fun and attentive service. Just don't expect to walk in and sit down. It's too small for that...
We tried a variety of menu items with no disappointments. The chicken was better than the ribs because, I'm told, the sauce on the ribs was a bit sweet. Salads, potatoes and desserts were outstanding. We will go back.
My experience at The Plimouth was wonderful. The staff, ambience and food were truly noteworthy. We went for my husband's birthday and they started us with complimentary pink champagne. At the end of the meal, we also asked for more cookies that came with the gelato and they gave us 2 and did not bill us - very nice. Our server was awesome - though when the "rush" came in I think he wanted us to move on out but we weren't going anywhere! We were having such a good time! That said, he was thoughtful, kind and prompt. The food was delicious. Excellent wine and coffee and the little pot of chocolate with hazelnuts for dessert was my favorite of the night. We will go back again soon for sure.
This was our first time at The Plimoth and we would definitely go back. Everything we ordered was unique and delicious, including wine pairings and cocktails, our waiter (Mitch) was very knowledgable, and pacing of food was excellent. The only thing I would change is that the tables for two are awfully close together so your dining experience isn't very private. Otherwise, excellent!
Very creative and well-prepared starters and entrees. Chorizo starter was quite tasty. Pork loin entree was prepared perfectly -- melted in your mouth with a wonderful array of flavor. Atmosphere was inviting on the Tuesday evening we dined here as restaurant was about 1/2 full most of our meal -- I imagine in would be much more vibrant on a weekend evening given one-room nature of the seating. Wait staff was very friendly and professional. We'll definitely be going back.
We had a delicious meal!!! What a treat to find this neighborhood gem.
Great service, warm, friendly, and a fun environment. The chef is creative and knows how to pair ingredients, wines, and plates making the entire experience a delight. Try the Apple Strudel!
We've read numerous excellent reviews on the plimoth, but it just didn't work for us on this particular evening. Our server was excellent and attentive, but the entrees were relatively bland. My wife ordered the fish and I ordered a pork loin dish, although the descriptions were different the dishes tasted very similar. We did have an excellent cauliflower appetizer that I would highly recommend.
So we are using Opentable to find the best 10 restaurants here in Denver Colorado based on reviews and bookings. This restaurant came up on one of those lists. We thought it a great sign that we couldn't get a reservation for several days as an indicator this place was special.
It just didn't live up to our expectations. When we arrived, it was surprising how basic the decor was in the restaurant. It reminded me of an old mountain cafe. The place was slammed but we got a good table and were immediately seated. Thanks Opentable!!!
The restaurant was really busy and we noticed fairly rapidly that service was slow. Our waiter came by to say hello and said he would be back to take our drink orders. That turned out to be 10 to 15 minutes. It also set the tone for how our experience would be the rest of the evening. Not a bad experience, just not a great one either.
The food was a bit basic. As described on the menu and by the waiter I thought my lamb "stew" was something original and sounded incredible. In reality it was a bean soup, the kind your mother made, with chunks of lamb in it. We used to watch Gunsmoke on TV and eat this kind of soup. The fish dish we ordered was similar and was okay but not amazing at all. I mention this because these aren't $10 plate meals they are almost $30 each.
I am sure we just experienced an off night based upon how busy this place is. We probably wont go back but you should give it a try and make up your own mind.
2002 called and it wants it's food back. For me this restaurant was a big let down. I have a gluten allergy, usually I don't have a problem finding a dish I'm happy with but not this time. Seriously who flours lamb before braising it? I had a kale salad that was very simple and average. It was like something I would make at home. If you are putting nuts on a kale salad they should be candied to counter the bitterness of kale. My only entree option was the shrimp and mussels. This dish was so weak! If there were a few more ingredients it could have been a $5 bowl of Gumbo. There was no dessert option for me unless I wanted to take the cookie of my ice cream. If I want plain ice cream I'll eat it at home. I had a glass of Amaro instead. It was Ok.
This was a pleasant first time experience. The atmosphere was very local and friendly. For starters the cauliflower turnip gratinée and the kale winter greens were excellent and sharable for 3. The cracklin' chicken was prepared perfectly, tender and juicy. The vegetarian stuffed cabbage was again delicious as was the braised Colorado lamb. (Note the lamb was presented ala cassoulet). They have a large seating area outside for warmer days. The bartender was excellent and could craft a drink based on one of your old standards. Definitely will return.
I love The Plimoth and have been a few times, this time was for my birthday dinner with friends. When we were seated a complimentary round of sparking rose was provided since it was my birthday, which was a pleasant surprise. While enjoying our first drinks, visiting, and looking at the menu, we were approached a couple times to order. It all felt very rushed. Not a whole lot of time had passed since we sat down and the place was not filled up yet, so we were wondering why the rush. (One of our guests even called ahead because she thought she was going to be really late and wanted to make sure we would still be seated without her. We would. But they mentioned that our table wasn't reserved again until 3 hours after our reservation time. So there was plenty of time for us to enjoy a leisurely meal.) We ordered a few apps and entrees and the apps came out pretty much all at the same time, rather than timed to be able to enjoy each one individually. There was a nice pause in between apps and entrees and the waiter did check on us to see if there was anything we needed while we were waiting. The food was wonderful, as always, and the waiter did provide good recommendations. We will be back because we love the place, and hope that our rushed service issue was just a fluke for that night.
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