EDGE Restaurant & Bar - Denver
Situated on the lobby level of the Four Seasons Hotel Denver, EDGE Restaurant & Bar showcases locally sourced ingredients and Colorado-raised beef.Read More
The modern steakhouse offers all dayparts--breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner--plus a special menu for "power lunch." That deal is $28 for two courses per person, and guests choose from soup or salad, plus entrees like beef tenderloin medallions, grilled swordfish or quinoa risotto.
Seeing that it's a luxury hotel restaurant, breakfast is big for power brokers at EDGE. Non-coffee drinks should appreciate the cold-press juice offerings, which are seasonal, of course. There's always a "green," "citrus" and "vegetable" offering, plus "purple" with juice-infused ice cubes. Dishes range from smoothie bowls filled with fruit to tres leches French toast.
Guests at EDGE are encouraged to start with a "shared experience." There's Maine lobster tempura, Spanish octopus terrine with smoked romesco, lump crab cake, and Wagyu bone marrow that comes with foie gras, pecans, apricot and black mission figs. Those looking for a more extravagant shared experience may opt for the chilled seafood tower bursting with Maine lobster, jumbo shrimp, market oysters and king crab legs or caviar.
Steaks are all cooked on the grill at EDGE. Guests will find a nice selection, including a seven-ounce grass-fed filet mignon, 16-ounce dry-aged bone-on buffalo ribeye, and 32-ounce prime Porterhouse.
Steak accompaniments range from "saucy" (creamy horseradish, signature steak sauce, brandy peppercorn sauce) to "top it" (snow crab oscar, wagyu bone marrow, Maytag blue cheese).
Those attending "Hamilton" at the nearby Denver Center for the Performing Arts should take advantage for the special sport and stage menu for $65 per person. Three courses include truffle fries, a salad and New York strip loin.