Edge Restaurant & Bar

A chic Colorado steakhouse
VERIFIED LUXURY
One of the first things you may notice about Edge Restaurant & Bar, a swank steakhouse in Four Seasons Hotel Denver, is that the living-room-sized chairs are mostly filled with suits.

This doesn't mean you need a tie to get a table — in fact, you can come dressed in just about anything and enjoy a fine meal by executive chef Simon Purvis, an Englishman who has headed this Denver kitchen pretty much since it opened.

However, just because you can dine in your hiking gear doesn't mean you should forget that this open, wood-and-stone-adorned steakhouse is a fine-dining establishment. Often you will find opera, ballet and theater goers nibbling away before a show at the Denver Performing Arts Complex, which resides right across the street.

All of these people come to this 185-seat restaurant for a menu rife with local meats, chic farm-to-table sides and classic American-cuisine options.
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Our Inspector's Highlights
• No matter what you decide to order, the friendly waiters, maître d', bartenders and managers will all tell you to get a side of Salomon's sauce, a dish named after one of the owners that consists of sliced jalapeños marinated in lime, sea salt, pepper and olive oil.

• The private chef's table has views of the hard-at-work staff as it whips together your meal, a treat both to watch and consume.

• Located in the heart of downtown Denver, Edge Restaurant & Bar makes it easy to access top attractions—like Union Station, Elitch Gardens, Pepsi Center, Invesco Field and Denver Art Museum—before or after you dine.
Things to Know
• The Denver steakhouse does breakfast (6:30 to 10:30 a.m.), lunch (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) and dinner (5 to 10 p.m.) every day along with a weekend brunch (10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday).

• And if you stay at the hotel, you can get room service straight from Edge's kitchen.

• Reservations are recommended at this popular Denver steakhouse. Visit Edge’s website, call 303-389-3050 or if you are a guest of the Four Seasons Hotel Denver, just ask the concierge to book you a spot.
The Food
• For carnivores, you have a hefty menu of steaks, Colorado bison grilled over pecan wood, a memorable dry-aged pork chop and luscious local lamb chops.

• Edge also serves plenty of fresh fish dishes, such as Alaskan halibut with seasonal sides like spring peas and morel mushrooms, dover sole in an almond-brown-butter sauce and a simple artic char dressed with lemon-caper butter.

• In true steakhouse fashion, you can top any of these dishes with even more ambrosial fun, for example, a New York strip loin laden with pan-seared foie gras, or jumbo sea scallops crowned with some lump crab and citrus hollandaise.

• Of course, no meal is complete without dessert, and in this department pastry chef Ryan Schmitt has got you covered. If you long for something elegant and light, the rose macaroon with champagne sabayon and strawberry rose water is a winning choice.
The Bar
• If you aren't jetting off to a show, grab a nightcap in the Edge Bar. The late-night bar serves 50 wines by the glass, local beer and innovative craft cocktails.

• For a true Colorado spirit, get the Horse's Neck, a drink made with locally distilled Steward's Solera bourbon whiskey, Cocktailpunk Pastiche Bitters and Fever Tree Ginger Beer.

• If you’re feeling indulgent, opt for The Aristocrat, a cocktail made up of Macallan 15 year, Hennessy XO, Peychaud’s bitters, Carpano Antica vermouth and Benedictine for a cool $50.

• Sumptuous snacks can be had at Edge Bar too—think Taiwanese pickled cucumbers, wagyu sliders, truffle fries and lobster mac and cheese.
Getting There
1111 14th Street, Denver, Colorado 80202
TEL303-389-3050
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