Our group of four enjoyed dinner at Randolph's in downtown Denver in early August 2014. The location on a one-way street allows parking on both sides and there is a parking garage just to the south. The food was awesome in its taste and preparation - please keep the chef! The menu is new but has not been updated on their website yet (this is an immediate to do item). The crab cakes earned the highest praise from one of us who was judging by an experience in the deep south. Those same crab cakes were used in the stuffed fish. I had the pasta with house-made sausage which was very flavorful. Prices for entres ranged from $20 to $35 with most of the choices being toward the higher end. The inside was quiet on a Friday night but the outside terrace was packed owing to the nice weather. The one area that is being actively attended to is the service. My understanding is that the current group of servers is from a temporary agency and it shows with poor pacing, inattentiveness and confusion when serving entres and desert. When the service rises to the quality of the food then an "excellent" overall rating is on the table here.
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