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Atelier by Radex
4.6
(265 Reviews)
$$$French
Closed
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
2011 E 17th Ave Denver, CO 80206
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google
Google
4.6
(265 Reviews)
yelp
Yelp
4.5
(116 Reviews)

Hours of Operation

Monday
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Thursday
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Friday
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Saturday
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Sunday
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Recent Reviews

RUTH BAKER
google
6:15 AM
Sometimes this location is good. Other times they do a poor job. This location is not considered on making their drinks
Robert Thomas
google
6:15 AM
Bruce McGee
google
6:15 AM
Friendly staff and they kept the bread coming!! Mwhah
Jason Kauffman
google
6:15 AM
The menu was diverse and there were so many specials. It made it hard to choose. We definitely have to go back three or four more times so that I can try all the awesome stuff on the menu and off. Service was fantastic and the atmosphere was ideal. We can’t wait to go back and visit again.
Kyle Wong
google
6:15 AM
Innovative but plating leaves some to be desired
Luna Z
google
6:15 AM
Very good food even thought there are other reviews of complaint due to crowds in restaurant week! Not that big portion at least for restaurant week though. My first time having elk meat and that was interesting. The rose sparkling wine is sooo good I ordered more online when I get home
J VS
google
6:15 AM
Went for restaurant week and was very pleased, actually worth the $45 restaurant week deal. Started with a lobster cappuccino soup, which was more of a mild mushroom soup with frothed cream. The wild mushrooms infused in oil had a mild curry, different but tasty. The salmon was perfect and served with French lentils and green beans, and was delicious. The buffalo rib was very tender but a bit small. They were out of the lemon cheesecake dessert, but we had a flourless cake scoop that was pretty good. Nothing was five star, but it was a solid 4.5 stars and well worth the experience. The inside was nice, good ambiance and nice for a date night or something. The tip was listed at the service fee which was a bit confusing because there was also a tip line, but the 20% service fee is the tip, we confirmed with the waitress. It was pleasant and well cooked, the flavor profiles could use a little punch to get it up to five stars.
Jacob Stackhouse
google
6:15 AM
The lobster ravioli is so amazing. My wife and I went there for Denver restaurant week. I got some beef tartar, lobster ravioli, and the cheesecake. We sat on the patio, but love the ambiance inside. Wow wow wow. We went because of restaurant week, but we will definitely be back!
Matthew Flood
google
6:15 AM
Came here for restaurant week. The food was wonderful, good portions for the price and beautifully melded flavors.
CJ
google
6:15 AM
I had been to Atelier for lunch and was fantastic so I was excited for their "Four Course Meal" for Denver's restaurant week. I was wildly disappointed. First, the soup was the volume of an espresso shot and wasn't even warm, let alone hot. It did not taste fresh either. The tiny volume would not have been issue if not for the second "course" which was, no lie, a SINGLE ravioli that was the size of a nickel. I am experienced in fine dining and understand small portions but this was so small that I literally couldn't taste what I was eating. The main, a braised short rib, saved the evening. It was fantastic and this review would be 1 star without it. Honestly if the main was bad I would have probably got up and left. But again, it was honestly amazing. But the dessert, like courses 1 and 2, completely fell short. It was a tiramisu that was no better than one from whole foods. Also, the waiter gave me the wrong whisky and it felt like they ran out of what I asked for and thought I wouldn't notice, which was really disrespectful (rather than by a mistake). He didn't refill anyone's water at our table once, and never asked if we were enjoying out food. In all I think they completely mailed in restaurant week. The staff seemed annoyed to be there, courses 1, 2, and 4 were completely pointless, and while the main was fantastic I would rather have just come in on a normal night an paid for a main off the menu for $30 then spend $55 for 3 stupid courses that just annoyed me. I would never, ever, go during restaurant week again, unlikely to go again for dinner, but would still go for lunch. In sum it felt like a rip-off.

Location

2011 E 17th Ave
Denver, CO 80206

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Atelier by Radex

4.6
(265 Reviews)
$$$French
Closed
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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Ratings

google
Google
4.6

(265 Reviews)

yelp
Yelp
4.5

(116 Reviews)


Location & Hours

2011 E 17th Ave
Denver, CO 80206
Monday
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Thursday
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Friday
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Saturday
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Closed
Sunday
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Recent Reviews

RUTH BAKER
google
6:15 AM
Sometimes this location is good. Other times they do a poor job. This location is not considered on making their drinks
Robert Thomas
google
6:15 AM
Bruce McGee
google
6:15 AM
Friendly staff and they kept the bread coming!! Mwhah
Jason Kauffman
google
6:15 AM
The menu was diverse and there were so many specials. It made it hard to choose. We definitely have to go back three or four more times so that I can try all the awesome stuff on the menu and off. Service was fantastic and the atmosphere was ideal. We can’t wait to go back and visit again.
Kyle Wong
google
6:15 AM
Innovative but plating leaves some to be desired
Luna Z
google
6:15 AM
Very good food even thought there are other reviews of complaint due to crowds in restaurant week! Not that big portion at least for restaurant week though. My first time having elk meat and that was interesting. The rose sparkling wine is sooo good I ordered more online when I get home
J VS
google
6:15 AM
Went for restaurant week and was very pleased, actually worth the $45 restaurant week deal. Started with a lobster cappuccino soup, which was more of a mild mushroom soup with frothed cream. The wild mushrooms infused in oil had a mild curry, different but tasty. The salmon was perfect and served with French lentils and green beans, and was delicious. The buffalo rib was very tender but a bit small. They were out of the lemon cheesecake dessert, but we had a flourless cake scoop that was pretty good. Nothing was five star, but it was a solid 4.5 stars and well worth the experience. The inside was nice, good ambiance and nice for a date night or something. The tip was listed at the service fee which was a bit confusing because there was also a tip line, but the 20% service fee is the tip, we confirmed with the waitress. It was pleasant and well cooked, the flavor profiles could use a little punch to get it up to five stars.
Jacob Stackhouse
google
6:15 AM
The lobster ravioli is so amazing. My wife and I went there for Denver restaurant week. I got some beef tartar, lobster ravioli, and the cheesecake. We sat on the patio, but love the ambiance inside. Wow wow wow. We went because of restaurant week, but we will definitely be back!
Matthew Flood
google
6:15 AM
Came here for restaurant week. The food was wonderful, good portions for the price and beautifully melded flavors.
CJ
google
6:15 AM
I had been to Atelier for lunch and was fantastic so I was excited for their "Four Course Meal" for Denver's restaurant week. I was wildly disappointed. First, the soup was the volume of an espresso shot and wasn't even warm, let alone hot. It did not taste fresh either. The tiny volume would not have been issue if not for the second "course" which was, no lie, a SINGLE ravioli that was the size of a nickel. I am experienced in fine dining and understand small portions but this was so small that I literally couldn't taste what I was eating. The main, a braised short rib, saved the evening. It was fantastic and this review would be 1 star without it. Honestly if the main was bad I would have probably got up and left. But again, it was honestly amazing. But the dessert, like courses 1 and 2, completely fell short. It was a tiramisu that was no better than one from whole foods. Also, the waiter gave me the wrong whisky and it felt like they ran out of what I asked for and thought I wouldn't notice, which was really disrespectful (rather than by a mistake). He didn't refill anyone's water at our table once, and never asked if we were enjoying out food. In all I think they completely mailed in restaurant week. The staff seemed annoyed to be there, courses 1, 2, and 4 were completely pointless, and while the main was fantastic I would rather have just come in on a normal night an paid for a main off the menu for $30 then spend $55 for 3 stupid courses that just annoyed me. I would never, ever, go during restaurant week again, unlikely to go again for dinner, but would still go for lunch. In sum it felt like a rip-off.

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2011 E 17th Ave, Denver, CO 80206


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