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“Vodka shots”
Review of Polished Tavern

Polished Tavern
Ranked #385 of 3,084 Restaurants in Denver
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $30 - $30
Cuisines: Polish
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Dining options: Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Cross street: 15th & Lawrence
Description: Polished Tavern - Polish Restaurant and Infused Vodka Bar. We specialize in homemade Pierogi - Polish Dumpling and Infused Vodka. We are first restaurant with ICE BAR!!!
Reviewed July 2, 2013

Little "hole in the wall bar". I couldn't believe how inexpensive the shots were at this place. Went in with 15 corporate friends.

Good fun. Booze was flowing.

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Reviewed May 27, 2013 via mobile

Located downtown Denver, this place has a great Pierogi Happy Hour from 4 to 7 pm. The place is trendy and feels more like a lounge. It was a little cold inside but that is probably due to the ice tray installed in each table. The food was great and for $5 you get 6 pierogies. The service was fine but the lady seemed rushed and stressed out. We will definitely go there again.

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Thank AKtraveltheWorld
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Reviewed December 22, 2012

Met some friends at this downtown restaurant on a Saturday night. We made reservations, but did not need them. Happy Hour on Saturdays until 7pm, very reasonably priced infused vodka and appetizers.

We ordered the pierogies for an appetizer and my husband, who is 100% polish and knows his polish food, loved the "chef selection" which was a kieshka! I loved the potatoe and cheese. For dinner we had the following: Golabki (stuffed cabbage), Kielbasas, Penne + chicken and Schnitzel. All were good, except the Penne was dry and the chicken even dryer. The traditional polish food was tasty and prepared as expected. The schnitzel was moist and delicious and the traditional cucumber and dill salad was perfect!

The decor is very very modern - clean lines, chrome, ice tables in the bar and 80s music. Very young, fresh and inviting.

Price for 2 appetizers, 5 entrees, beer, lots of vodka = $130. Not too bad, great service.

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Thank mski1988
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Reviewed December 20, 2012

I stopped in to eat dinner since I read many good things about this restaurant. I decided to try the hearty potato and cheese Pierogies along with the Golabki. I was impressed by both and can't wait to stop in again to experience the nightlife! This seems like it would be an ideal weekend hangout to enjoy a few beers or cocktails.

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Thank Luvs2Travel321
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