What’s the best table at Penrose Room?

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There really aren’t any bad seats in the house at Penrose Room, the only Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant in the state of Colorado, but tables 64 and 66, which are tucked away in the window-lined corners of the Coronet Room just off the main dining room, are particularly intimate and the two tables our editors always try to secure when we visit. Not only do these tables afford a little extra privacy, from here you’ll also be treated to up-close-and-personal views of imposing Cheyenne Mountain.
If you’re visiting with a group of more than 12 people, this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant’s private Chef’s Table dining room also has exquisite views of both the surrounding Colorado scenery as well as of the chef working his culinary magic, as well as access to a wraparound balcony to boot.

Duane Thompson

Anywhere in the restaurant has a panaramic view of both the city and mountains. And a few intimately romantic booths for two.

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