Open Tuesday- Saturday Evenings for Dinner. We Are Not a part of Denver RW Feb 24- March 4
We have recently returned from the 2016 Trip & we look forward to sharing our experiences with you!
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The mission of our wine program here at the Barolo Grill is to offer our guests what we feel represent some of the greatest wine estates of the world. We look at the very highest quality and value in order to acquire spectacular bottlings. After over two decades, as a staff, we have travelled to many of the birthplaces of these world class estates. We hope to present to the guest at any level of wine appreciation a wonderful and diverse selection of offerings that have all been stored, aged, and to then be served properly while dining here at the Barolo Grill. After careful selecting and collecting we have come to represent a program with a great collection of wines amongst the finest programs in the world made up of thoughtful and heartful acquisitions.
Ryan Fletter, CWE, CMS Advanced Sommelier
Barolo Grill Wine Director
Barolo Grill has three private dining rooms, available for groups of 6 to 30 people.
Each season Chef Darrel Truett creates two five course private dining menus for groups to choose from.
We also offer a Restaurant Buyout option on Monday evenings for groups up to 80 people.
For current menus, or to book a private event, please contact Morgan Wolfe, Event Coordinator.
The Wine Room is the most intimate of our private spaces. It is one of our working wine cellars and is perfect for groups of 6-12.
The Red Room is not only a beautiful private dining space, but also serves to house some of the best wines featured on our list. Available for groups of 8-18.
The Garden Room, recently remodeled, is our largest private dining room featuring exposed brick walls & antique Italian posters. We can accommodate groups of 15- 30 in the Garden Room.
Complimentary valet parking begins at 5:00pm.
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