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Barolo Grill

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Barolo Grill Review

This restaurant looks like a chichi Italian farmhouse, with dried flowers in brass urns, hand-painted porcelain, and straw baskets everywhere. The food isn't pretentious in the least, however. It's more like Santa Monica meets San Stefano—bold yet classic, healthful yet flavorful. Duckling stewed in red wine; fresh pastas, including veal-stuffed agnolotti; and risotto with mixed wild mushrooms, are all well made and fairly priced. The reasonably priced five-course tasting menu is a smart way to sample more of the kitchen's talents; adding the wine pairings ups the cost, but it improves the value.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Sun. and Mon. No lunch.
Updated: 10-01-2013

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    food is great

    I've never had a bad meal here. The food is consistently among the best in Denver and the atmosphere is lovely. All the "pretty people" from Cherry Creek standing and modeling can be a little intimidating and the staff unabashedly upsells the heck out of the already expensive wine list. For a special romantic occasion the deuce in front of the fireplace on a cold winter night delivers the goods.

    by uncledave8, 7/14/08
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    Barolo Grill's food is pretty close to what you can get in Italy, and our dinners at Barolo are always a wonderful experience all-round (service and ambiance are great too). The menu isn't specifically Piemontese and Tuscan, but that fact does not detract from the dishes and their creativity. Very good wine list, as well.

    by Lexma90, 11/17/09

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