About the plimoth
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
Private Party Contact:
Adam Knickerbcker: x
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
I had planned for me and my spouse to ce ...
I had planned for me and my spouse to celebrate his 65th birthday. He loves Colorado lamb and it was on the menu. I was called the day of the reservation to confirm and was told we would also receive complimentary champagne cocktails upon arrival. All very good. We arrived promptly for our seven pm reservation, were seated promptly, and greeted warmly by our waiter who presented us the promised cocktails. It went downhill from there. We both noticed the excessive noise level. My mistake as I assumed a neighborhood establishment described as "cozy" would have a less vibrant noise level. We could not speak at normal volume and hear each other. As we were discussing our entree options our waiter informed us at about 7:20 that the lamb entree was no longer available that evening. I was quite surprised and dismayed that the restaurant had run out so early in the evening. As I said, my partner loves lamb. This would not have been such an issue if there were more entree choices than five, well four now. The waiter suggested an order of cornbread with our soups. The turnip/apple soup was delicious, but the cornbread was grossly undercooked and looked like a bad attempt at corn pudding. As two Southern gentlemen, we know our cornbread. Cornbread needs to be cooked at least twenty minutes in a oven no hotter than 350. Iron skillet, of course. Our waiter brought another order of cornbread and took this item off the bill. Nice gesture, but the second cornbread order did not yield a better result. Our waiter was very amiable, but seemed burdened with too many tables. Lastly, after discussing entree wine pairings in the early stages of dinner, our waiter failed to suggest wine pairings for the second choice entrees we did order. The duck and fried chicken entrees were tasty but not memorable enough for a return visit at prices in the $20 - $30 entree range. I think this is an OK restaurant experiencing a very off night.
This was our first visit to the plimoth. ...
This was our first visit to the plimoth. We were celebrating a birthday. We were greeted with a glass of bubbly for the occasion. We shared two small plates an entree, a dessert and a bottle of wine. The food was very delicious - the beets, cornbread, lambchop and walnut panna cotta. Nick was very helpful & perfectly attentive. We will definitely come again.
Very tasty, super nice staff, will be go ...
Very tasty, super nice staff, will be going back! Got there a little early for our reservation and sat at the bar. Tasty drink and we knew it was going in the right direction. Menu changes perhaps daily? The cornbread was light and fluffy, and we tried the lamb and shrimp and grits, both delicious and filling. We were so happy with everything from this place! Ended up not getting dessert, because our stomachs were just that happy!
Plimoth was recommended by a friend; and ...
Plimoth was recommended by a friend; and it was a superb suggestion. Environment was cozy but not loud; was easy to talk with my friends. staff were friendly and worked seamlessly together waiting on tables simultaneously; very pleasant. Menu was unique and simply delicious; they also had beverage pairing suggestions for meals which I always appreciate. Definitely a delightful venue with exceptional food.
Food was fantastic and ambiance was perf ...
Food was fantastic and ambiance was perfect. Only minor complaints - small plates were really small. For example the cornbread was some of the best I have ever had, but how about a little more (it doesn't have to be a cheesecake factory portion), but for just how good it was alone (and how much it was) - would have been nice if it was a little larger. My wife's lamb was delicious but for $30 to get two small pieces is not sufficient compared to many other upscale restaurants we have eaten.
Great experience. Only comment is that ...
Great experience. Only comment is that we booked a reservation and were seated at a window counter up against the brick wall. I would think this seating was for walk in traffic or atleast outlined on the reservation detail so we weren't surprised.
The food at this restaurant is fabulous. ...
The food at this restaurant is fabulous. A party in the mouth. The staff is outstanding. They make you feel special from the minute you walk in. The only knock is the noise level. One of my favorite restaurants in Denver.
The food was delicious! Pumpkin soup was ...
The food was delicious! Pumpkin soup was some of the best I have ever had.
Portions were a little small. I ordered the lamb, & it came with only on chop. It was adequate for me, but may not be for a hearty eater.
You will not be rushed through your dinner. Lots of time in between courses.
Must try the peach desert!
Loved the look and feel of The Plimoth. ...
Loved the look and feel of The Plimoth. The food definitely delivered on flavor! The waitstaff was attentive. As this was our anniversary, we were greeted with some bubbly to start. We finished the evening with a lovely glass of port, also complimentary. The devil is in the details. The Plimoth gets the details RIGHT!
Lovely neighborhood restaurants with a n ...
Lovely neighborhood restaurants with a nice quiet outdoor seating area. The food was ambitious and quite good, though underseasoned, to my taste. I would have appreciated that the lamb with harissa have both some heat and more salt.
We were welcomed to Plimoth as if we wer ...
We were welcomed to Plimoth as if we were best friends with the owners. Ambiance almost feels like you're stepping into a small New York City neighborhood restaurant with unbelievable food, extremely knowledgeable wait staff, and lively dinner accommodations. I went with my fiancee and we are not picky eaters so we gave our waiter the reins to decide our choices.
The food is fair price for how delicious and appropriately sized it is. We had a good bottle of wine that the waiter chose for us based on our food selections and altogether left feeling like we'd just had one of the best dinners since moving to Denver from NY this past summer.
We have been twice, and both times we we ...
We have been twice, and both times we were pleasantly surprised at how good the dishes are - well put together, flavorful, fun ingredients, interesting and delicious. We like that there are only a handful of entrees bc then lots of love goes into each one. The wines by the glass are reasonably priced and very good. Our server was excellent. We sat at the lovely window bar.
We had tried to come in July to this new ...
We had tried to come in July to this new spot but had to cancel. Finally made it there this past Friday and it was warm enough to sit on the patio. The service was excellent and the menu, though it wasn't lengthy with tons of options, had something for each of us. My husband had lamb and I had the vegetarian entrée but they offered the chicken on it for protein. (I'm not a vegetarian but preferred those accompaniments rather than the ones that came with the chicken). Both were excellent. Our appetizer was the potted smoked salmon which was way more than 2 of us could eat so we took half home. Presentation of all dishes was excellent and nothing that I could/would make at home. That's the whole point of going out! I recommend this place. Dinner with 2 drinks each was about $135 so not a regular place but a special place.
I don't write many reviews but felt comp ...
I don't write many reviews but felt compelled to write one here. I travel a lot and get to eat in NYC, LA, SF etc. and this place has food that rivals the national scene. It is simply a top notch place for food and great service.
I have wanted to try this restaurant sin ...
I have wanted to try this restaurant since it opened. My wife and I thought the staff and food was superb. I have not dined in a restaurant in awhile that had me thinking about the food and the professional staff a few days after visiting. As first time guests, they treated us to a rose sparkling wine - very kind of the wait staff! We started with the liver pate and it was fantastic - smooth and decadent. Their rose wine list by the glass has to be one of the best in Denver. I had the duck with porridge and it was extremely moist and the porridge was a hit with its texture - incredible. My wife had the chicken with the panzanella and it was also very good. I have to say that I felt the quality and price ratio match was spot on. Rarely do I dine and feel that the food and price match so well. This restaurant delivers on all fronts. Our waiter was extremely friendly and knowledgeable and gave us distance to have a wonderful conversation. Don't miss this gem. By the way, they are expanding to the next door space. We will be back often. Wow!!
Excellent service as was the food. Reaso ...
Excellent service as was the food. Reasonable wine choices by the glass, cocktails good but pricy. We elected to sit outside as the noise level for our 'mature' ears' was a bit uncomfortable; but not so much as stopping us from going again.
Absolutely amazing meal. The service was ...
Absolutely amazing meal. The service was fantastic and the food was incredible. The plimoth was recommended by a friend and I'm glad we listened. Wish I could remember the name of our server because she was wonderful as were the runners. Exceptional dining experience.
Decent place for a date. Open kitchen i ...
Decent place for a date. Open kitchen is pretty cool. Food was great. 100 gets a drink, app., 2 mains, & dessert. Tables were extremley close together. Considering the size of the place though, notbad. Would go again.
My fiancee and I were really impressed w ...
My fiancee and I were really impressed with the quality (and quantity) of the dishes. We shared two appetizers, then had our main course and finally dessert. Great cocktail menu and a nice wine selection. This small restaurant reminded me of some of the great restaurants in Brooklyn or SoHo, in NYC. The place has an open kitchen so you can see all the action in the kitchen, and outdoor seating to enjoy the great Denver summer/fall weather. I definitely recommend this place to a foodie or any one who enjoys eating good food done in a creative way. Something my fiancee said: "if it was socially acceptable I would lick the plate", after we were finishing our appetizers. Go to the Plimoth you will not regret it.
We got some cocktails to start, a dark a ...
We got some cocktails to start, a dark and stormy and an old fashioned. Both which were very well prepared. As a starter we got the chicken liver pate which was to die for. It was spread on top of crostini and went down super smoothly. We then ordered the rabbit and lamb which were both very well prepared with in season vegetables and seasonings. They found out it was our anniversary and brought us over a sparkling rosé toast before our delicious dessert. It was a great and quiet place to have a romantic dinner and the service was very good.
My husband and I celebrated an anniversa ...
My husband and I celebrated an anniversary here, we have always enjoyed coming to this neighborhood gem with exceptional food and fair pricing. As always, food, wine, and service were incredible. Although we haven't been here in about 6 months, we were a little surprised to see that menu prices seem to have increased significantly. Overall, a great dinner and evening.
We ate outside and it was nice and quiet ...
We ate outside and it was nice and quiet on the patio, though I hear it's pretty energetic inside. The staff was absolutely amazing - great recommendations on wine, excellent food and an all round fabulous experience.
With all the hype of this restaurant, I ...
With all the hype of this restaurant, I was honestly expecting more. Not that it wasn't good, it was just mediocre. My husband and I are big foodies and we had high hopes. Sad to say that it fell short. The food was just ok - almost seemed like there was something missing - like it wasn't thought out all the way. The service was great, however. It was also very loud in there. I understand it's a very small space, but I couldn't hear my husband across a small table! We like trying different places and we only go back for exceptional food, unfortunately, this will not be the restaurant we go back to.
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