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Range, the just opened restaurant in the brand new Renaissance Downtown City Center Hotel in the former Colorado National Bank building, is so masterful with its culinary creations it can make a... Read More
Range, the just opened restaurant in the brand new Renaissance Downtown City Center Hotel in the former Colorado National Bank building, is so masterful with its culinary creations it can make a brussels sprout taste good to a person who normally can't stand this vegetable. Executive chef Paul Nagan is that good. The New West menu is creative and quite varied including everything from inexpensive wood-fire pizzas that truly stand out taste wise to deletable meat and seafood entrees. We loved the sea scallops with sweet potato mashers and Tasso ham. The shellfish was seared to perfection and the flavor was divine. If you like game meat, the ancho cocoa elk rack is the menu's star attraction. Also don't skip the equally creative cocktails – for something different try the Sage & Berries, it's a rum drink that tastes exactly like a sipping tequila. If possible save room for dessert.
- Restaurants with Gluten-Free Menus: "There is free valet parking. If you're dining with a large group, consider booking one of the three basement bank vaults for a unique experience."
- Restaurants near Sports Authority Field at Mile High: "If you just want something light (and very affordably priced) order one of the wood-fire pizzas. And Even if you normally hate brussels sprouts, try them here. My dining partner had never liked this veggie in her life before Range, where she ordered a second serving."
- Best for Restaurants with Gluten-Free Menus Because: It's not entirely gluten free, but Range excels in the meat and seafood department. The brussels sprouts are the best in Denver.
- Best for Restaurants near Sports Authority Field at Mile High Because: The food is stellar and worth the experience alone. The craft cocktail list, focusing on Colorado spirits, is equally unique.