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
This was a complete delight. The staff w ...
This was a complete delight. The staff was extremely nice without being overly friendly and corny. The food was better than most dinners we have ever had and I absolutely recommend this place to anyone. Everything was delicious.
Food delicious but we waited over an hou ...
Food delicious but we waited over an hour for the main course. When the chicken was finally put in front of me, another staff member swooped in and removed it, saying 'you ordered thighs' (which I had not) and without waiting for a response, walked away with it. Our server returned it a few moments later, but this was rather weird.
We enjoyed our first experience at The P ...
We enjoyed our first experience at The Plimoth immensely. I will say this, if you are a couple and want to not sit very close to the next table, sit at the bar. One of our biggest pet peeves is when tables are too close to each other and it seems like that is the setup if you are a couple.
The food was fantastic, with only the dessert being so-so. The service was absolutely incredible. We would definitely recommend this to a friend to try out and we will probably try it again, but may not make a special trip to go there.
This was our first visit to the plimoth ...
This was our first visit to the plimoth restaurant, and it was an excellent experience. The food was delicious and creative. The service was outstanding. My husband and I shared three appetizers and one entree and were looking forward to dessert, but unfortunately, we were just too full. Since we don't live nearby, we'll have to wait until our next trip to Denver to try again.
We had never had drum before and highly ...
We had never had drum before and highly recommend it. The duck and porkchop were both beautifully cooked though the other components of both these dishes didn't add up for us, nor did the very bland gianduja and banana pot de crème. Our server recommended the cauliflower gratinee as a first course which came with toasted slices of baquette for dipping. Unfortunately it wasn't dippable and the bits of cauliflower fell all over the table. Would return to try a few more of the appetizers.
We have been there 3 times now and we ha ...
We have been there 3 times now and we have enjoyed each meal we have had. The menu changes based on what's seasonally available. The service is great. We have had the same waiter twice in a year's time. Awesome little neighborhood gem!
We have dined at Plimouth four times aN ...
We have dined at Plimouth four times aNd find the restaurant a real treasure. However, last Friday I found the pork chop full of fat and gristle, and not very desirable. I was disappointed in the quality of the food at this one time at the restaurant.
Great dining experience as usual from th ...
Great dining experience as usual from the best kept secret in town. The food is certainly not cheap but the value you get from the price to quality of food is well worth it. Every dish is impeccable and great cocktail/wine list. My favorite place in town!
We've been to Plimoth twice now and we r ...
We've been to Plimoth twice now and we really liked it both times. The service is excellent. The food we had was very good. The only complaint I might have is that the menu is small, usually 4 choices for the entree, but we've never been disappointed in what we ordered. Just might like another option or two. The appetizers are awesome, especially the pate'. Good wine and cocktail list.
We have been to the plimoth several time ...
We have been to the plimoth several times, and they always deliver. The service was good; we were able to get our table right away. The food is always great, and this time was no exception. The one drawback is that this place is almost always packed, so you need a reservation, and it tends to be pretty noisy. However, that's pretty common for similar places.
The Plymouth excels in all categories. I ...
The Plymouth excels in all categories. It has the kind of "quaint bistro vibe" that allows a causal night dinner or more intimate date night. The food was superb and, to the delight of my husband, in adequate quantities for a big eater. Our waiter was delightful. Can't wait to go back!!
It was noisy inside but we sat outside s ...
It was noisy inside but we sat outside so noise no problem. Our waiter was phenomenal, very knowledgeable and friendly. Food was delicious for the most part. Two of us had shrimp with grits and sausage. The sausage was an odd choice in that dish, too spicy for the dish, but the grits and shrimp were wonderful. Needed more of the wonderful grits.
I have been here a couple of times befor ...
I have been here a couple of times before and this was my least favorite visit. The overall service was okay. Nobody really that friendly that went out of their way to be helpful or conversational. Although, the hostess when we arrived was very nice, letting us know that reservations were running a bit behind. She kept checking in with us keeping us updated. Our food was very average, whereas in the past, there were always a couple of dishes that were incredible. There was nothing that was very memorable from my dinner. Either way, I would come back, but maybe not as soon. I'm always up for another shot. I was just a bit underwhelmed by my recent visit.
Every meal I've eaten at the Plimoth in ...
Every meal I've eaten at the Plimoth in the last two years - every single one - has been spectacular. The service is top-notch, the drinks are delicious, and the food is lights-out. The accolades the Plimoth routinely receives are well-deserved and always earned; it is our go-to spot for celebrations and a nice dinner out.
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!
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