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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.
Denver, CO 80205
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
They make their own ginger beer for the cocktails. I had a dark and stormy and the ginger bite was so good. Staff is very friendly and knows their stuff when it comes to food allergies and what is ok for you to eat and what is not (gluten allergy.) I had the crackling chicken with no roux (gluten) and it was very tasty! We went to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary and were greeted with some rose sparkling wine. So nice :) I'll definitely recommend this place to others!
We really loved The Plimoth! The food was great and creative. The service was lacking though. We waited over 20 minutes to get our bottle of wine (after our first cocktails) that we ordered to have with the food that was being delivered. It was very strange. We will go back but hope the service will be better. But the food was great!
I had a wonderful evening with excellent service and delicious food. The staff were all attentive without being too present and offered great suggestions.
Only downside was a very loud patron sitting right behind me. She was really distracting and unpleasant. Perhaps better acoustics would have helped but I think it was really beyond the restaurant's control.
We had the best time at the Plimouth! The food was interesting, delicious, and beautifully presented. The service was top notch -- our waiter was so nice and professional, and gave great cocktail and menu recommendations. Sit on the patio if you can. I would definitely go again.
The Plimoth is one of our favorite restaurants. We live in the foothills, which prevents us for going there as frequently as we would if we lived in closer proximity. The food and service have always been consistently excellent. On this occasion we were dining with friends from Boulder, where there are many fine restaurants, and they loved it. The wine list is also worth mentioning because of its depth and decent pricing.
I've been a Chef and Pastry Chef for almost 30 years, so to say I am particular about my food is a major understatement. Going out to dinner is a big deal for me and I usually put a great deal of time into researching a restaurant, it's menu, it's food, etc. before going out for a special meal.
To say that this little, intimate, 30 seat restaurant tucked into a quiet City Park neighborhood totally rocked my (food) world would be an understatement. The food - all of it, from the starters thru to the dessert - was a 10 out of 10, and the service was even better.
We had 3 starters - the Shaved Smoked Pork Loin with Tonnato Sauce, Sieved Eggs & Grilled Bread was, without question, the best thing I've put in my mouth in forever! Unctuous, creamy, exploding with different flavors and textures, it was sensuality & excitement on a plate!! After the first bite of the Homemade Tagliatelle with Spicy Pork Sausage, Tomatoes, Pecorino (& a few other delectables) I just had to close my eyes, sit back and let the flavors have a party in my mouth. The pasta was incredibly delicate and the sauce so flavorful, it was hard to imagine how anything else could compete.
Before the entrée of the most beautiful (& huge!) smoked Pork Loin Chop with Pickled Turnips & a shockingly green, delicate, yet potent Romescu Sauce, we had a startlingly beautiful, palate cleansing salad of Turnips, Persian Cucumbers, Beet Chumus, Cardamom Honey & Sumac - almost too pretty to eat.
Hubby loves pineapple upside-down cake, but the sheer 1950's aura and sugar overload of it has always given me the creeps. Well...not so THIS p.u.d.c.....THIS was sheer PERFECTION!
An individual rich butter cake with chunks of fresh pineapple imbedded in it, a mind-blowing toasted coconut gelato, surrounded by tiny Amarena cherries (oh, yum!), a coffee foam and topped with a rum sphere just begging to be burst!
This was a meal that will be hard to top. I think I need to find something to celebrate in June!!
I've been to the plimoth from time to time over the past 3 years or so with my wife (I think pretty much since they opened). This last time certainly wasn't the best. Usually the service is much better (particularly when Mitch is our server, but he was off this night).
In particular, the coordination between the waiter, the bar, and the kitchen seemed to be off, as it took so long to get our cocktails that our first plate came out before our cocktails. This was after the waiter convinced us to order all of our courses up front to help the kitchen time it better (?).
This then threw off our wine order which came after we were almost halfway done eating our entrees. On top of that, our waiter hardly came back to check on us outside of dropping off our tardy drinks.
Another strange thing was that they don't give out popcorn anymore. They used to have popcorn they would flavor in various creative ways, but they apparently did away with that sometime in the past year.
We were also disappointed that the hostess never communicated to our waiter that it was our anniversary (which was in our OpenTable request information), and we had to bring it up to see if there was any sort of celebratory drink or dessert they offer.
The more I think about it, the more disappointed I am in this particular trip to the plimoth. It's hard to give such a great restaurant a mediocre review, but you really expect more when you're paying $150+ for a party of two.
PLIMOTH IS DENVER'S NEW FINE DINING TREASURE. HIDDEN IN AN UP AND COMING NEIGHBORHOOD NEAR CITY PARK, THE CUISINE IS CREATIVE, BASED ON LOCAL PRODUCE, AND CONSTANTLY CHANGING. THERE IS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE ON THE MENU (EXCEPT PERHAPS VEGANS) AND THE AMBIANCE IS CHIC AND RELAXING. EVERYONE ON THE STAFF IS EXCEPTIONALLY WELCOMING AND FRIENDLY. THE PATIO IS A WONDERFUL DINING OPTION IN SUMMER. FIVE STARS!
VThis restaurant could be a very good place. Very good vibe once you walk in the door as well as good bar service. Unfortunately, that's about where the good experience ends. Not sure whether they need a bigger kitchen (which I believe they are currently adding to) or just a bad Friday night for this trendy place but their signature "steak frites" and grilled mullet should not take one hour and 15 minutes from the time it was ordered until it was brought to the table. I would love to recommend this fashionable neighborhood eatery to friends and colleagues just as my wife and I do for new restaurants in Boulder, LoDo, the Highlands and the Rino areas but this place has some work to do. I may try again but there are too many other great places popping these days. Good luck.
Our group had a lovely dinner at the Plimoth. The service was great and food was outstanding. Wine list is well organize with a variety of great options. We especially loved our chicken liver pate appetizer and creative house made sausage appetizer with beet hummus!
All was well except for the fact that we had to wait 20 minutes past our reservation time while staring at 2 open tables for 4 because they were holding them for a larger party. When asked they responded with "there are a lot of moving parts" and "perhaps it's the weather". Put a sour note on an otherwise above average but not awesome dinner. They did to their credit give us an order of the pate' on the house. What would have been more appropriate was comping our drinks while we waited.
I adore the Plimoth. The food is delicious and the service is delightful. I think that the prices are honest and that they reflect the quality and quantity of the food. I only wish they served bread so that I could sop up every last bit of goodness!
A friend of mine and I met for what was supposed to be a fun "girls night" out. When we arrived, we were taken to a table that was about 6 inches from another 2 top. Way too close for privacy so the very sweet hostess sat us at an available 4 Top. Our server was kind and respectful but was way too hovering. It seemed like he wanted to hurry us through our experience and reminded us at least 4 times that the main dishes take 25 to 30 minutes to prepare. We felt very pressured and very rushed. Not a relaxing dinner as we felt we were on his schedule! After we ordered our main dish it took hardly any time to make it to our table. Not 25 to 30 minutes! When I dine at a restaurant of this caliber I hope to have a relaxing experience and not feel pressured and rushed by a server. In my opinion a server should enhance the experience and not take away from it. Too many other great places in Denver!
Over the four years we've been going to The Plimoth, one thing has been constant - the food and service are both outstanding!! This time, the sausage small plate was explosively delicious, while the tagliatele was subtly delicious. For our mains, we had the tuna cooked perfectly and served on a very tasty bean mix and the dumpling served in a vegetable broth heavy on fresh peas - if you love peas, this dish is for you! The bourbon gelato was a fine way to end the meal.
A hearty recommendation, too, for the smokarita...a very tasty take on a margarita! And as always, the wine recommendation was perfect.
One other thing that my wife and I feel is important and different about The Plimoth - there seems to be very little turnover among staff, which over four years is impressive and we think says something good about this restaurant's owners.
Delicious and inventive. Its a small space and intimate - I was seated almost elbow to elbow with diner at table next to me, but service was great, drinks were really good and on point. We got a shared appetizer - pork terrine, which was amazingly done and very flavorful, dinner was steak frites and chicken, both prepared and executed really well. Would love to go back again. Parking was easy and location is a bit out there, but overall a great dining experience.
We thoroughly enjoyed our meal. The hostess was delightful, so was our server. The level of knowledge of the menu and wine/cocktail/beer list that the staff has is something that made the experience even better. They truly seem to enjoy working here. We look for neighborhood gems like this. The space is cozy, stylish and inviting. The food is imaginative, flavorful and anything but typical fare. What the chef does is art. The presentation, taste, aromas, textures and portion sizes are perfect. I would not have changed anything about our experience. We are moving to Denver in May and can't wait to come back. Even our 13 year old daughter loved it.
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