Set atop a hillside overlooking downtown Denver, Simms Steakhouse offers Denver the best in destination dining. Noted for the best view in Denver, ... More
Set atop a hillside overlooking downtown Denver, Simms Steakhouse offers Denver the best in destination dining. Noted for the best view in Denver, guests enjoy premier scenic dining with both indoor & outdoor seating options perfect for business dinners, special occasion dining or a family night out. Simms Steakhouse offers a spectacular new menu featuring an expansive selection of high-quality Certified Angus Beef, fresh fish, seafood, prime rib, poultry & salads. The Sixth Avenue Lounge offers indoor & outdoor soft seating areas providing guests with an unprecedented look at "Denver's Famous View". With a variety of specialty drinks & an extensive lounge menu, Sixth Avenue Lounge is the perfect place for social gatherings & delicious light bites.
Went there for dinner last night having never been there before. The place is really nice, the view hard to rival in Denver but the food is quite over-priced. We had the crab cake to start which looked beautiful but lacked much flavor - I make better crab cakes at home from a recipe on-line and I am not a chef! This cost $16. We tried a variety of soups next (cool idea that I had never seen before) and each of the three (Lobster Bisque, French Onion and Creamy SW Chorizo and Potato) were quite good. The bread w/cinnamon butter was pretty unique as well. Then we ordered Mahi Mahi w/crab meat over rizzotto and asparagus and 12oz prime rib with mashed potatoes ($29.95). The Mahi Mahi was good but a bit expensive at I think $26. It seemed to be flash fried in bacon grease which gave the edges a nice, tasty sear. The prime rib at med rare was still rare, had them throw it back on and the temp was better but the plate was not worth $29.95. The service was pretty good but not outstanding and that is how I felt about the evening, pretty good but not outstanding. I think the food is only worth two thirds what they are charging even with the very nice setting. If that were to happen I would gladly go back but would rather spend the same money somewhere else where the setting is nice as well and the food is better. The food did not impress.
had a FABULOUS dinner here last night- Don't mistake the old
Simms Landing for SIMMS STEAK HOUSE... perfect bread baked in crocks, the most delicious salad i have ever consumed, the awesome rib-eye, and mac-n-cheese. Matt our server was as great as the food.
Went here to celebrate anniversary and it was delicious. I had Ribeye and wife had New York Strip, both were fabulous. Potatoes Au Gratin and Corn entrees were absolutely delicious too. It was kind of pricey, but worth it for the occasion. See you next year!
We used to go to Simms for theira decent if slightly over-priced Sunday brunch. This past Sunday, is the first time we went since their name change. It was awful!
The selection, variety and quality of the food was terrible! The shrimp was overcooked and gummy. The mashed potatoes were made from a box, the dessert table consisted of two trays of previoisly frozen tiny bites of stale cake and some limp melon. The pastries were dry and stale. We left disgusted and vowing to never return. In this economy you should be getting at least a fair value for your money. We would have been better off going to Mac Donalds. (And I can't stand Mac Donalds!)
Great view and great happy hour! Used to go there regularly for the shellfish and the view! Had my graduation party there and the service was fabulous! It was in a neat cable car that sticks off the side of the mountain. Fabulous food!
We had a delightful dinner here. The food was very tasty and the service unobtrusive and helpful. Our party had crab cakes, filet mignon, and French farm-raised chicken. Everything was very well prepared and flavorful, but the crab cakes were especially well made. Beet salad was excellent, as was the lobster bisque. Hard to beat!
Don't waste your money!!! Over-rated, overpriced. Thirty some odd dollars for breakfast buffer that lucks substance, quality, variety, and quantity? Other buffet outfit not too far from there beats their service hands down and for a 1/3 the price. You can even get your own coffee as much as you want and as oftern as you want. At this place you're at the mercy of the waiter to bring coffee that is not that much warmer than the one you had leftover from the previous serving. Good food and good service deserves to be appreciated and price is part of it....This place just simpy does not justify the expense!!
Went to eat supper for valentines day with my wife. I called at 3:00 and was told that there was a part of the resterant opened for walk-ins. So we arrived at 6:00, I was told that it would be a hour wait. I said that would be fine, we oredered a drink and sat in the waiting area. 7:00 I was 4th on the list to be seated. 8:00 we were seconed on the list and they needed to seat five more couples that had reservations before we were able to be seated. The resterant has a great ambiance and must have good food but we left not eating because of miss managment. I would of liked them to say we are full for the night and we would have came, some other night. But no chance now.
I've been to Simms Landing many times over the years, and in the recent years it's been terrible. I will never ever go back and recommend to anyone considering Simms that they find a higher class restuarant to spend their money at. I had reservations on my birthday for a window seat, was denied my seating accomodations, even though all window seating was open without explaination, was denied the dinner special saying it was discontinued, although others were ordering it, never received my drink from the bar, received our meal 45 minutes after ordering. When we complained to the manager she simply gave us one free desert and coupons for Sunday brunch. When we attemptd to use our Sunday brunch coupons they were refused, saying that it was a holiday (Father's Day) even though we had called to verify we could use them the Friday before and the coupons made no mention of invalid on holidays. The buffet was a disappointment. Could have gotten the same food from County Buffet. They seated all non-rervations on a patio in the sun, although there was ample seating accomdations in the restaurant. They also discriminate against younger versus generations on seating, accomodations, and how the staff treats its guests. They make no efforts to make you comfortable. And the food is nothing like it used to be years ago. Simms is no longer the place to go. I encourage everyone to think twice before going! Don't waste your money.
Please boycott Simms Landing. They do not care about disabled people.
I am in a wheelchair, and I rarely eat out. But I expect to have the same rights as everyone else. I don't. I went to Simms Landing for a dinner with my union group, and could not get in. They had only 2 handicapped spaces--if you did not get one, you have to go up a 15 degree slope. Then they have no ramps--even in places where it would be easy to put a ramp. Their main dining room for groups is down 2 sets of stairs--with no elevator. I had to leave. I was humiliated and disappointed. And I was unable to attend my dinner.
I spoke to the manager, Bill, and suggested things that he could do for less than $100. He said that they legally did not have to do anything as they were grandfathered in. I pointed out that this was a matter of serving their customers, not a matter of law.
He didn't care. Please take your business to people who care about all people.
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