Beckon is an experience, an evening conducted much like a symphony. The tempo rises and falls as eight or nine courses appear, but everything, including the synchronized plating of courses and... Read More
Beckon is an experience, an evening conducted much like a symphony. The tempo rises and falls as eight or nine courses appear, but everything, including the synchronized plating of courses and placement of plates before guests, is deliberate. Beckon is available by prepaid ticketed reservation at $150 per person and can be sold out weeks in advance. Diners choose one of two sessions per evening, at 5 or 8 p.m., and should expect the experience to last approximately two-and-a-half hours. The meal consists of small plates prepared and presented in view of guests, each dish created to be savored and remembered. When you make your reservation, you're asked if there's anything you can't or won't eat, but dishes remain a mystery until the food appears before you. Beer, wine and cocktails are extra. Seating is available on Beckon's patio as well.
- Best Restaurants: "In addition to inside seats at the chef's table, Beckon also has patio seating available."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Pre-paid chef's tables have become popular in other cities and Beckon, Denver's first, sets the bar high for any to follow.