Four Seasons Hotel Denver: EDGE Restaurant

Four Seasons Hotel Denver: EDGE Restaurant

The Four Seasons Hotel Denver opened their doors October 2010, in downtown Denver. With world-class elegance, service, views and food I can’t help but determine it’s a great addition to Denver. It welcomes visitors, locals and foodies.

Recently, we tried their new Sunday Brunch menu at their restaurant EDGE.

We pulled up to the 14th and Arapahoe Four Seasons. We were greeted by valet as they whisked our car away, so we could step into the cool lobby, filled with large glass windows, streaming in the morning light. As we rounded the corner to EDGE I was intrigued by the extensive glass wine case you’re greeted with (they have 200 wines by the bottle).


The restaurant interior is current, stylish and chic.

EDGE has an inviting and non-pretentious air. Being within this five star hotel, I was impressed and felt at ease (important while I’m at my Sunday Brunch). Get this, in the restaurant they even have a kids room equipped with a Wii and games inviting kids to go at it (see collage below) and have a blast.

Brunch – The Lowdown:

EDGE’s new restaurant and brunch includes a 3 course specialty brunch with your choice of appetizer, entree and unlimited trips to the dessert buffet (read: dangerous) for $28 per person.

You can also order a la carte. Bottomless bloody mary’s or mimosas are $10. Tip: Check out the bloody mary with bacon!

We Ordered:

We started with their homemade pop tarts, made in house by their pastry chef Christopher Jordan.

Appetizers: Smoked salmon with lemon mascarpone brioche and chive cream. Seasonal berry oatmeal with fresh fruit bread.

Entrees: Egg white frittata with roasted tomatoes, mushrooms, feta cheese and baby spinach. Ancho braised short rib benedict with guacamole and chipotle hollandaise. The food is fresh and mostly from local farms.

Dessert: This isn’t any old dessert buffet. The display is beautiful and the desserts were dainty yet rich. We had chocolate mousse, strawberries dipped in the chocolate fountain, key lime pie, lemon cream tarts and fresh fruit tartlets.

Save room for dessert!

We checked out the immaculate spa (beautiful), gym (lots of light, new equipment) and my favorite, the rooftop pool and bar Level3. Level3 feels like you’re in South Beach, Miami. It’s sexy and glamorous and their cocktail menu is exotic!

Tip: It’s open to the public every Thursday night. Try the Brazilian Lemongrass Caipirinha.

The Four Season in Denver is elegant for travelers, but also welcomes the local community of the greater Denver area. Great for a romantic date for dinner at EDGE, a night out with your girlfriends at Level3, spa day with your mother or brunch with your family at EDGE.

Has anyone else been? Share your stories!

Find Them:

EDGE: | Four Seasons Hotel Denver:

Address: 1111 14th Street, Denver, CO | 303.389.3343 (EDGE)

Twitter: @FSDenver