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Here's why the poor review (would have given it one star but it's not the server's fault). Ordered the artichoke appetizer. It arrived at the table in a stylized bowl. At first we didn't see anything in it, but leaning over to the edge and...More
Mercantile is stylish and inviting - tables are set with oversized stemware and huge plates. For the "large plates" we had the Sturgeon which was tasty and artfully presented:($32.00) and the Creekstone NY Strip Steak was fine, cooked as asked but in no way special...More
After winding through the beautiful Union Station, gawking like the tourists we were, we came to Mercantile's expansive and yet cozy space. We probably looked a little lost, not being familiar with the layout and the process of getting food. But the first in a...More
This restaurant is located in the gorgeous Denver Train Station with its retail shops, bars, and restored Crawford Hotel -- but it deserves your patronage as its own destination, not a quick meal before a trip. The food is really quite memorable. We had hors...More
Located in Union Station Denver. Great small plates and medium size plates which features their own pasta. Large plate menu was varied.. but I stuck with a combination of small and mediumplates. Large wine and spirits list to chose from. I would highly recommend this...More
We went in to get provisions for a picnic and sat at the bar and had a glass of wine while our order was being put together. We took with us: prosciutto; cheeses (red hawk, alp blossom, midnight moon; elavation salami (the best I've ever...More
Stopped here after a visit to the connected Union Station. Mid afternoon and we had coffee, brownies and dessert cookies. Everyone enjoyed this visit and based on what I saw well worth a second visit but for lunch or dinner. A review of their menu...More
Choose this restaurant for its location as we had just arrived in Denver and took the airport transport to Union Station. The quinoa salad and short rib sandwich were very good and the desserts were also tasty. The line was a bit long and moved...More
Response from turtle722 | Reviewed this property |
As mentiond above it is Denver. When I went we were doing a pedal hopper so I was in a polo and shorts. It also really depends on where you are sitting and when. Lunch I would imagine could be informal getting a sandwich... More
As mentiond above it is Denver. When I went we were doing a pedal hopper so I was in a polo and shorts. It also really depends on where you are sitting and when. Lunch I would imagine could be informal getting a sandwich, dinner a bit more.
Yes. You don't see a lot of kids there...probably because rather expensive and unusual menu. However it is lively, casual and a fun atmosphere. If weather good you can also sit on patio. Union Station will worth a visit
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