Goose bumps stumbling across this in downtown Denver...drums and bagpipes LIVE...Wow. Love St. Patrick's Day celebrations.
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After failing to get a late reservation at any of the pricy steakhouses in Denver, we opted for Marlowe's in downtown. The atmosphere is warm, but because it's quite large, not exactly cozy. I can see where it would be a high energy bar scene on the weekends. We were there on a Thursday evening. They have a nice selection... More
Location and food were both excellent and even though it was restaurant week things were slow due to the temperature. Our food was excellent (Brussels Sprouts particularly recommended). Even though it was empty the table service seemed a little off compared to our previous visits, but still a place we will return.
I've visited Marlowe's for years for business meetings and group functions where the facility was rented for the night. Great service, professional people, and the food is great. Besides all that, the bar is great to visit with friends after work.
My 'to go' order came up fast, but what I wanted to sip, while waiting, fell short. They use glasses that advertise Nitro Vanilla Porter, but they don't serve it!! NOT GOOD!! I'm sure Breckenridge Brewing wouldn't appreciate that. Like everything else in this area, the rise in the number of wandering drug addicts is taking its toll. Marlowe's is... More
Used to be the happeningest joint in town -- a great place to dine and hang out -- today it is just blah -- overpriced blah
This restaurant sits just off of the 16th St. mall and is a nice place in a nice setting. We were told that they were famous for their steak but since we weren't terribly hungry only ordered fish and chips and some appetizers. The food was on par with what you'd expect. Service was very good. Very nice atmosphere inside.
Happy hours begin at 3 pm and include Grey Goose martinis for $7.50, yes! Superbly prepared and served ice cold. Add an appetizer (discounted) like calamari with shishito peppers (fabulous flavor combination), grab a table by the window and watch the world go by. Downtown Denver at its best!
First time visiting Marlowe's and will return. Appetizers are EXCELLENT! I could have just gotten all of those. We had a party of 7 and all of us were pleased. No one was disappointed in their food. Will return next trip.
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Is there parking for the restaurant specifically as we are driving in from out of town? what is the dress code?
A Wednesday night dinner, slightly jet lagged, became a disaster. The wine from their reserve list arrived after we had eaten our 1st course. Waitress didn't realise it had to come from the cellar and only the manager had access. Like most diners, we prefer to sip our wine whilst looking at the menu before ordering the food.
One main course was described as "spicy", it came covered in chillies, note to chef other spices are available, note to marketing dept, please be clearer on ingredients.
When I wanted to discuss the bill the manager's eyes glazed over, her blood boiled, and we got the full confrontational experience. Granted, the bill was slightly reduced, but not open to negotiation. She threatened to call the police. Not wishing to be deported I paid the bill reluctantly without leaving a tip. The waitress apologised for the manager's attitude. My partner left in tears.
Plenty of lovely food with friendly people in the other restaurants we visited that week.
Visited May 2016