This is one really slick, well run restaurant with a very eclectic menu. It's a steak house, but none of the four of us had steak, and we were all very pleased with our meals. The décor is modern and tasteful, and the very large space is divided almost equally into a large bar room, a restaurant, and a pizza house (in the basement).
Menu prices are really good considering Burch is almost downtown. Some of the steaks are quite expensive, but other items on the menu are more reasonable. My wife and I split an endive salad with huge chunks of bacon and a creamy dressing and we loved it. Our friends split a Bibb salad that was more lightly dressed and also very good. We chose sides of kale and carrots, both nicely seasoned.
For our main dishes, two had salmon, done perfectly; one had fall-apart tender pork shoulder on polenta, and I had 3 dumplings (of the six or so on offer). The dumplings defy description, and each was very different from the other. The Schupfnudels (rolled dumplings) are long and slender, almost like pasta, the cheese dumpling came with lamb stroganoff, and the third (kinkhali) was like a small pastry purse containing nicely flavored ground veal and pork. Three dumplings don't sound like a lot of food, but I couldn't finish.
Servers were well trained, friendly, and there when they were needed.
Hooray for Burch! They have many good bottles of wine under $30 at a time when other restaurants seem unable to go below that price.
We were worried about finding a place to park, but Burch has opened up a lot just north of the restaurant on Colfax. They also have valet parking on Colfax, and the restaurant front door is on Colfax.
We were there at 5:30, so the noise level was tolerable.
The date of our visit was May 8, 2013.
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