The Palm Denver unveiled its stunning new look when it reopened for business on April 21. The beautiful new space features a more open and contemporary floor plan, large bar, three private event rooms, a new menu with classic favorites and new dishes, a prominent cityscape wall mural and new signature caricatures flanking the walls.
“We are so excited to introduce the new Palm Denver to our devoted diners and to new guests as well,” said Bruce Bozzi, Jr., Executive Vice President and fourth-generation owner. “Through our remodel we kept the Palm’s signature elements, like the caricatures on the walls and menu favorites, but we also wanted to make sure we keep our restaurants fresh to connect with the next generation of diners.”
The Palm Restaurant has been a staple in the Downtown Denver dining scene for 20 years. Located in the Westin Denver Downtown hotel, the restaurant serves USDA prime aged steaks, seafood including signature jumbo Nova Scotia lobster that has been sourced from “ocean-to-plate in 48” hours, and honest Italian-American fare like Chicken Parmigiana and Veal Marsala. Along with the new look and feel, the restaurant is also debuting a new revamped menu, which still includes classic favorites but also boasts new dishes like the Ahi Tuna Tataki, Maple Glazed Slab Bacon, Crispy Kale Salad, Jumbo Crab over Grilled Romaine Hearts, Bison Burger as well as Ancho Chili & Espresso Rubbed New York Strip.
The new look gives the restaurant a sexier, up-to-date atmosphere and also includes a refresh of its overall visual identity, tableware, and uniforms. The large bar will include six large booths in addition to high top tables, seating about 50 people. The restaurant also has three private dining rooms that can be opened up to create one large room with patio access at the front of the restaurant. Together the rooms can hold 120 guests, making it one of the largest private dining spaces at a steakhouse in Denver. The private dining rooms also have all new Audio Visual systems. The restaurant is 6,034 square feet and will have 220 seats and a patio with a fire pit and warmers that seats an additional 40 guests.
The infamous caricatures of celebrities and loyal customers that flank the walls at The Palm have also been given an update, with new drawings created by local artist Paul Vismara. Inaddition, Denver is one of just five Palm restaurants to get a large Colorado-based wall mural created by artist Zach Bird, to add a local touch to the restaurant.
“We have been creating lasting relationships with our guests for 20 years in Denver,” said Cathy Cooney, general manager at The Palm Denver. “As a family-owned company, The Palm is all about creating connections in our own community. Not only does the management team create relationships with our guests who, to us, are like family, but our servers and bartenders do, too. We look forward to serving our loyal guests who we have known for many years and cultivating relationships with new guests, as well.”
The restaurant is open for lunch Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 3 PM; for dinner Monday through Friday from 3 PM to 11 PM; on Saturday from 5 PM to 11 PM; and on Sunday from 5 PM to 10 PM. The restaurant is also open for Prime Time at The Palm Bar from Sunday through Friday, 5 PM to 7 PM.
The Palm is located in the Westin Denver Downtown Hotel at 1672 Lawrence Street off the 16th Street Mall. For more information, visit The Palm’s website at https://thepalm.com/.