Palm Restaurant - Denver

1672 Lawrence Street DenverCO80202
Open All Day
Open All Day
Open All Day
Open All Day
Open All Day
Open All Day
Open All Day
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club
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Palm Restaurant - Denver
Palm Restaurant - Denver
Palm Restaurant - Denver
Palm Restaurant - Denver
Palm Restaurant - Denver
Palm Restaurant - Denver


Modern and sophisticated, with an easy atmosphere and a visual nod to the region's past, The Palm Denver is the perfect intersection of cosmopolitan polish and relaxed comfort in the heart of the city's bustling Downtown district. Whatever Your Mood... Whether you're looking for a relaxing cocktail at our beautiful bar, craving a generous steak with the perfect glass of wine, or planning a...
by mapquest on January 18, 2018 from mapquest


The Extras:
Regular patrons should join the 837 Club, the restaurant's frequent dining program. After spending a certain amount, customers earn incentives like gift certificates and trips.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch
What to Drink:
Befitting the power broker atmosphere, The Palm's wine list is chock full of vintage bottles so treat yourself to a nice Italian red.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Member Reviews

Great place for a romanic night out:
We went here on tuesday last week and the thing that stood out the most to me was the service. I have never had a better waiter. He was friendly, kind, funny, and all around just an outgoing person. I will go here again because of the service.
by rexie14 on October 11, 2012

Editorial Reviews

The Palm Restaurant Review:
Diners will find a familiar steakhouse ambience at each location in this upscale chain, along with the trademark caricatures of local notables and celebrities lining the walls. The menu proffers portions of USDA Prime steaks and lobster, cracked tableside by your server, along with straightforward salads and sides such as the Half & Half, a mound of cottage fries and fried onions. A range of...
by gayot on November 06, 2011 from gayot
Pio Bozzi and John Ganzi opened the first Palm restaurant in New York City in 1926. It originally specialized in cuisine from their hometown of Parma, Italy, but whenever a customer requested steak, Ganzi ran to a nearby butcher shop, bought a steak, and cooked it to order. This eventually led to The Palm's having its own meat wholesale company to ensure the quality of its steaks. The current...
by frommers on June 22, 2011 from frommers
Upscale steakhouse rewards high-profile patrons by immortalizing their likenesses in colorful caricatures.:
In Short
With its Italian-tinged menu and playful artwork on the walls, this national chain (which got its start in 1926) maintains a congenial atmosphere even as corporate patrons use...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on August 09, 2008 from Citysearch

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