Warm, friendly atmosphere, good drinks and excellent snacks served by waiters who actually smile!
Food was good, service was excellent, price was a bit steep. Interesting decor, with amazing old sailing ship models of museum quality on the walls.
We stayed at the Brown Palace for our anniversary and decided to stop in at the tavern for drinks only around 10pm on a Thursday night. The place, which was busy earlier, had turned into a tomb! The bartended would not even play music on the overhead speakers and the volume on the TV was off, we felt very unwelcomed.... More
I tend to order whatever food a region is known for, so I expected my best meal in Denver to be beef, and lots of it. Instead, the Ship Tavern served up fish and chips, stuffed salmon, seared salmon salad, and lobster sandwiches which were as good as I have had anywhere (and I'm from the east coast, I know... More
I went here on the advice of my colleagues. The food was great (try the truffle french fries and the lobster roll sandwich). The prices for the food was reasonable but when I got the bill I was a little shocked at the price of drinks... I would recommend this restaurant as long as you know ahead of time.
My review is based on the bar service and food only as I sat at the bar and ate my meal. I felt the prices were way to high for what was an average meal. I had prime rib which was ok but nothing special, the mash potato was lumpy and the green beans tuff. The beer was 3 dollars... More
A couple of days ago, Mrs. Brainiac and I decided to try out the Ship Tavern Restaurant at the Brown Palace Hotel for dinner during Denver Restaurant Week. For those unaware of what that is, for a week or so participating restaurants around town “showcase” a specialty meal for two for $52.80. Being long-time fans of the Brown Palace, its... More
If you enjoy the warm and pampering atmosphere of an traditional Grand Hotel, then the Brown Palace should be your first choice when heading towards Denver. And as a very special bonus, you should visit the Ship Tavern in the Brown. It's the place for great Martinis in downtown Denver. We were lucky and a couple of guests made use... More
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