Fantastic Wings. I went to The Boulder Broker with a couple of clients to have dinner and the food was exceptional. Our waiter was very pleasant and attentative. I will definately return.
Yuk! DO NOT BOTHER. Went for the first time under the new management. The dinning room was empty at 6:30 p.m. and stayed empty. Gone are the free shrimp, the filet was like shoe leather, the potatoes were boxed, no baked, no wine list at all, veggies were cold, bread was stale, no real butter, no tablecloth, and even the water was warm. Gone is the great atmosphere and fun time just eating shrimp and talking. Took a business associate from out of town and was embarrassed to say the least. I say stay away. Now I know why the dining room was empty and I mean empty.
Complete and Total Disappointment. Being one of Denver's "finest" restaurants... I was completely disappointed. Disgusting food. Staff was great... price was completely and totally unwarranted! My experience at The Broker Restaurant was a complete failure. I will never return, the clients I brought were disappointed with me. .. for choosing the restaurant... heed my warning DO NOT GO TO THE BROKER RESTAURANT IN DENVER COLORADO UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE DISPPOINTED!
A link in Denver's longest-running, locally based chain, it serves hotel visitors with drinks, dancing, fine dining and even room service..
Conversation and people-watching are easy at the high-backed, black leather booths shaped like half moons. Tiny, individual table lamps give the room a cozy and inviting feel. White tableclothes and wood-panelled walls add a lounge-y, yet elegant touch. Every meal starts with the restaurant's famous heaping bowl of chilled, peel-and-eat shrimp. Most of the entrees are either fish or beef. An exception worth sampling is the succulent rotisserie roasted duck with honey dijon sauce.
Disgusting sanitation practices!. I used to work in the kitchen at the Broker in DTC. Worst and most disgusting place I've ever worked! First of all the "complementary" shrimp bowls they give at the beginning of the meal, I was instructed to re-use any cocktail sauce, lemons and shrimp that had already been to someone else's table. If the shrimp smelled bad, I was instructed to simply wash it off and serve it. The grease underneath all the counter surfaces in the kitchen was about an inch thick. There was no designated smoking area so wait staff and cooks would smoke throughout the kitchen. The cooks also made it a habit to chew tabacco while on the cooking line.
Cockroach infested. Please, please, please don't go to the Boulder Broker. They have a cockroach problem and this is after going on two different occasions, a year and a half apart. In their defense, once there's a "critter" problem it's difficult to get rid of but this is no excuse. I can't rate anything more than "not recommended" with this problem