Hotel restaurants are often hit or miss. Some charm even the pickiest of guests, while others fall flat as focus is put on hotel upkeep rather than restaurant maintenance. For a restaurant that is unusually affordable with attentive staff, try Altitude Restaurant.
Located inside the Denver Regency Hyatt, Altitude Restaurant serves American dishes expertly cooked by seasoned chefs. Menus consist of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options, along with a breakfast and lunch buffet and holiday brunches. The restaurant offers free wi-fi for those who cannot be away from their computer for long.
Altitude appeals to a variety of diners and are usually able to cater to those with food allergies. From the vegetarian to the carnivore, their menu is extensive and well prepared. Altitude’s dinner menu consists of such items as: pan-seared Atlantic salmon, pecan crusted trout, whole-wheat penne pasta, and grilled elk loin. They also note the healthier choice items on the menu for those who want a lighter meal.
Despite their decadent dinner menu, the breakfast buffet is where Altitude really shines. Whenever possible, Altitude cooks with locally grown produce and regionally grown meats. Their breakfast items are divided up into categories: regional items specific to the Denver area, comfort favorites for those longing of a taste from home, and alternative meals for those who think outside of the box.
The staff is equipped with knowledge of regional dishes and provides guidance when needed. Although the food takes a bit longer to prepare than other establishments, many diners find it is well worth the wait.
Reservations are available for this restaurant, and they are highly recommended (on the busiest nights, expect a long wait.) For those who are looking for an affordable option and a quality meal to end your day of sight-seeing, Altitude Restaurant is a great choice.
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