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Kinga's Lounge
Polish Restaurant
Today 4:00 pm – 2:00 am
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1509 Marion St Denver, CO 80218
1509 Marion StreetUSColoradoDenver80218
Polish Restaurant, Lounge
Polish Restaurant
Cocktail Bar
Today 4:00 pm – 2:00 am
Monday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amTuesday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amWednesday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amThursday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 2:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 2:00 am
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Polish pub grub plus imported beer & vodka served in a lively space with a patio & party basement.- Google
"Also, they make their own infused vodka."
"My grandmother is from Poland and I know great polish cuisine."
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John Correa
3 months ago
These aren't Brighton Beach Russian girls. They work their ass off and with a smile on their face. You can't beat the karaoke dj either.
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Scott Williams
2 months ago
Great food and friendly service. Join the party.
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Angelina Honeycutt
2 years ago
This was a wonderful, and relaxing atmosphere. I had a lemon infused vodka shot and an undefined vodka shot complementary of the bartender. It was pink and delicious. This lounge is very comfortable and friendly, with laid back people. It smelled delicious, however we weren't hungry so we didn't eat. When we go back to Denver, we will be stopping in for dinner as well to sample the menu. Just really enjoyed our time here and thank you!
Anita Cantsay
2 years ago
Atmosphere: horrendous. Sit outside on the sidewalk, with a public phone and every street person in town vying for its use; everyone smoking within a few feet of the front door (is this even legal?); buses, cars, motorcycles going up and down Colfax while you breathe in the fumes; inside: WAY too hot for a summer's evening. Food: horrible. Just this side of inedible. I REALLY wanted to like this place, but it was, in a word, vile. Needless to say, I won't be back.
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Robert Cox
3 months ago
Love this spot. Great food, awesome atmosphere, and some of the best ladies that can found behind a bar.
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Sev Ritchie
a year ago
Be patient and give them a chance. When we got there, we learned that they do not honor online reservations by holding a table. It is whatever is available. Therefore, do not waste the keystrokes on making an online reservation. They seem to be somewhat understaffed, but the server we had was a nice young lady who explained that most of them had been hired in the prior week, and they were all getting adjusted. She was doing her best. Isn't that all you can ask for? If you have no time constraints, this place will work for you. The party next to us was grabbing a bite before a show at the Ogden. Their thoughts may have been a little different... When food arrived, there is no other way to describe it other than fabulous. I grew up in a Polish community in Massachusetts. This stuff is authentic and delicious. It was worth the wait. The golumbki are the best. There were no cabbage pierogi, but the potato and cheese were pretty good. Also, they make their own infused vodka. The salted caramel is awesome. They have a happy hour with good prices. If it were not for the reservation policy and the lack of staff, I would have given them all 5 stars. Regardless, we will be back.
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Amy McHugh
a year ago
Amazing polish food! My grandmother is from Poland and I know great polish cuisine. My only complaint is the Euro dance party music. ..wish it was strictly a restaurant.
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Rick Kimmel
2 years ago
We love this place. My companion is from Ukraine. She would have grown up in Poland if Hitler had not given area to Stalin. We do discuss pirogi or Ukrainian Veronoki. Chuckles. Kinga's opens at 4PM. The bar are where you enter is very noisy, music loud. However they have a back room dining room where they can turn music down. We have been here at least dozen times and never had a bad meal. They have reasonable beer and wine selection. Neither our friends or our selves drink vodka. Actually we use vodka as cleaning of dishes. Says something about health benefits of vodka. I recommend buying off the specialties menu as all are good. The appetizers are also good. The desserts have missed us every time so no comments. Again do not be surprised and leave because of noise as back dining room is great. PS - We have never tried the Belvedere Restaurant located on 14th ST, which is owned by same group. The service and food is worth your time.
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