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The best restaurants in Denver to take a client

ColoradoBiz readers' picks for outstanding business bites


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(Determined by ColoradoBiz “Best of Colorado” voters)

BEST BREAKFAST SPOT

Snooze Eatery

www.snoozeeatery.com

Snooze was founded in 2006 on the ideas that breakfast marks the beginning of a new day, life is worth living, and it only takes a moment to make a difference. The place tries to make a difference not only by offering fresh twists on classic breakfast and brunch items, but also with its environmental efforts, which are different each month. (July is Energy, August is Compost.) The Snooze headquarters are in RiNo, and there are now six restaurant locations in Colorado, two in California, and two in Arizona.

Runners-up:

Lucile's: www.luciles.com

The Egg and I: www.theeggandirestaurants.com

BEST BUSINESS LUNCH SPOT    

Range Restaurant

www.rangedowntown.com

The signature restaurant at the Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel is described as “saloon meets executive suite” by Zagat reviewers. Range Restaurant itself, in the former Colorado National Bank Building downtown, calls its cuisine New American West, which means the concept focuses on ingredients and cooking techniques of the Rocky Mountain region. The menu changes seasonally, and there are local beers and wines. Range Restaurant is also available for private functions, and the eatery will customize the menu for the group.

Runner-up:

The Kitchen: www.thekitchen.com/the-kitchen-denver

 BEST BUSINESS DINNER SPOT

Elway’s Steakhouse

www.elways.com

There are four locations of Elway’s Steakhouse: in the downtown Denver Ritz-Carlton, Cherry Creek, Vail, and DIA. Each restaurant can accommodate private parties with indoor and outdoor facilities with names such as the Hall of Fame Room and the Mile High Room, with audio/visual capabilities so participants can view a PowerPoint presentation while eating a USDA Prime hand-cut steak, or even seafood, pork, iceberg wedges, or other items.

Runners-up:

Range Restaurant: www.rangedowntown.com

Ocean Prime: www.ocean-prime.com

 

 

 

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Mike Taylor is the editor of ColoradoBiz magazine. Email him at mtaylor@cobizmag.com.

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