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Thanksgiving in Denver

aniandrandom Nov 14, 2007 01:48 PM

We are going to be in denver for Thanksgiving. I was hoping someone would have a suggestion for a place for a nice thanksgiving meal.

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    ClaireWalter RE: aniandrandom Nov 15, 2007 09:33 AM

    OpenTable.com just sent out an E-notice of restaurants that are open that day. Here's the list:

    Carmine's On Penn
    French 250
    Locanda Del Borgo
    Maggiano's - Denver Pavilions
    Miyama Japanese Steak House and Sushi Bar
    Osteria Marco
    Table 6

    Denver Suburbs
    Bent Fork Grill - Aurora
    Jing Restaurant
    Maggiano's - Denver South
    Mosaic Mountains
    Ella Restaurant
    Jimmy's An American Restaurant & Bar
    Marriott Vail - Ocotillo
    Timberline Restaurant

    Sunflower Restaurant

    Fort Collins
    Bent Fork Grill - Loveland
    Chimney Park

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    1. re: ClaireWalter
      Megiac RE: ClaireWalter Nov 19, 2007 12:09 PM

      I didn't realize that Vail was considered a Denver suburb.

      My suggestion on this list would definitely be Table 6, largely because I don't associate Italian food or sushi with Thanksgiving.

      1. re: Megiac
        ClaireWalter RE: Megiac Nov 20, 2007 10:55 AM

        Megiac - Don't shoot the messenger. I just cut and pasted the OpenTable list, figuring it might coincidentally be useful for someone else.

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          Megiac RE: ClaireWalter Nov 20, 2007 11:39 AM

          Any dig was directed at Open Table's wacky geography skills and not at you, Claire. Sorry if I was unclear.

          1. re: Megiac
            ClaireWalter RE: Megiac Nov 21, 2007 01:56 PM

            Nothing unusual. Gayot.com used to include Telluride (TELLURIDE!!!) with Denver listings.

    2. IslayMan RE: aniandrandom Nov 19, 2007 12:34 PM

      Aside from the restaurants already listed, my guess is that anyplace in a hotel will be open. Some suggestions:

      Augusta in the Westin Tabor Center. Haven't been there for many years, but it used to be excellent.
      McCormick's in the Oxford. Part of the chain of upscale places, but consistently good.
      Panzano in the Hotel Monaco. Like Megiac said, I'm not sure I'd be up for Italian.

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      1. re: IslayMan
        ClaireWalter RE: IslayMan Nov 20, 2007 10:58 AM

        I believe that Augusta at the Westin Tabor Center is now open only for breakfast. I also believe that change came when The Palm opened on the hotel's ground floor.

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          IslayMan RE: ClaireWalter Nov 20, 2007 02:06 PM

          Like I said, it's been years. But, I was at the Westin for a martini after the Rockies lost the first home game of the World Series and I *swear* there were people sitting inside. But it just might have been a Hendricks hallucination.

          1. re: IslayMan
            ClaireWalter RE: IslayMan Nov 21, 2007 01:58 PM

            There might have been people in that space, but it could have been a private party. Or I could be mistaken in thinking Augusta is now only a breakfast place.

        2. re: IslayMan
          Pastajohn RE: IslayMan Nov 20, 2007 02:26 PM

          ...and Panzano is closed for Thansgiving.

        3. sazcuy RE: aniandrandom Nov 20, 2007 02:53 PM

          The Burnsley Hotel Restaurant has a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner, from 11am to 3pm. $29


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