Red Square Euro Bistro
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- General Info:
- Located in the heart of downtown Denver, steps away from the Performing Arts Complex and many other attractions, Red Square Euro Bistro is an oasis in the city. A place where locals and savvy travelers alike can meet and enjoy one of our 100 frozen vodkas, or simply be awed by chef Maxim Ionikh's European cuisine. Our courtyard patio, warm, contemporary dining room, and the vodka bar are a perfect place for any occasion. Whether it is a casual cocktail, or a special celebration, small group or a party of one hundred, Red Square is a place to fall in love with. Features: Bar Reservations: Takes Reservations
- Payment method:
- amex, discover, master card, visa, debit, all major credit cards
- In the heart of Writer Square
- LoDo, Central Denver, Downtown Denver
- Russian Restaurants, Fast Food Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Garage, Street
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: No
Cuisines: Russian, Eastern European, Fast Food, European, Continental
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Specialties: American Restaurant, American, American Food
Price Range : Average
03/15/2010Provided by Citysearch -
RS did an awersome remodel job and the bar is beautiful. The crowd was upscale, educated, and friendly. Great music fit the atmosphere with downtempo beats.
This was really a great experience and my crowd will return for sure.
This has been the last savior to a downtown that seems to have turned to ghetto rap and a trashy crowds.
02/19/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Four of us dined here based on reviews. I can't beleive it's the same restaraunt. We were seated 1 hour after our reservation time. Three out of four sent their steaks back. (the Red Sqaure Bistro version of Strohganoff).
They were so tough they could not be cut with a knife. Some of the worst I have ever had. They took the steaks off the bill only after the manager came over and queeried us on what our problem was. He offered one excuse after another. Will never return and I give this place my highest...... THUMBS DOWN!
09/04/2009Provided by Citysearch -
The maitre d ' was exceptionally gracious and hospitable. For appetizers: Pelmeni and garlic vodka. Delicious. Then more vodka - red pepper (spicy!), dill, and horseradish (oof!). Our entrees (beef and fish) were perfectly cooked, with the only negative being very stringy leeks with the fish. The sauces were full of flavor but not overly salty, as some other reviewers have found. For dessert, the banana crepe was very tasty. Not the best cup of coffee I've ever had, but not awful. The service was attentive, friendly, and helpful. Definitely place I'll come back to.
05/18/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I've been to red square numerous times and I thought it finally time to write a view. The food here is phenomenal and its almost a diamond in the rough with every place there is to go in Denver. They have daily dinner specials and that absolutely rock in price, presentation, and taste. Try their charcuterie plate. Now this is one of the few places that infuses their own vodkas in house weekly, not to mention they have some of the best ones i've had. Try their grapefruit and horseradish, its incredible. Max is one amazing bartender and really knows his vodka and service. The weekends are pretty insane there but how can it now be, apparently everyone is catching on. If you want great food, excellent vodka, and a very upbeat crowd then look no further. Welcome to the Square.
03/10/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Unlike the pretentious tone of some downtown restaurants - The Red Square is refreshing and warm with great atmosphere and attentive staff. Complement this with its delightfully delicious menu served with crusty traditional European bread and you have a fabulous Denver resto tucked into a cozy corner of Writers Square. Our friendly waiter and host made us feel like we were family with excellent service. Once you're there, try some infused vodka before your meal. I like mine served straight up as a martini. Fig infused vodka, although it sounds a bit strange, is flavorful and delicious. You'll feel you've taken a trip back to your favorite European city...Actually, my boyfriend and I will be taking another trip to Russia very soon and it's only a couple blocks away...
02/11/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I have wondered if these people are trying to run a business and for whom does it work. There was a bartender with salt and pepper hair who seemed to have some pride in what he did who made the place enjoyable. The food was also better then, maybe he cooked as well. Since then the staff seems to be concerned with cigarette breaks, frowning, little effort, and watching the time go by. I like the decor except the 6 month bathroom remodel, and the vodka, but at this point in the economy go where someone wants you, and has good food as well. These folks should disband - the frowns and lethargy may be contagious.
11/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I hate this place. The owner is totally rude. (he has been rude to me multiple times when I have come in there) The food is mediocre at best. The vodka, which is supposed to be the main focus of the restraunt, is something you could buy on the corner liquor store. I have tried it over and over and I am giving up. Just go somewhere else, Denver has to many great restraunts to waste your time on this place.