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Fruition Restaurant
Today 5:00 – 10:00 PM
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1313 E 6th Ave Denver, CO 80218
1313 East 6th AvenueUSColoradoDenver80218
$$$Restaurant, New American Restaurant
New American Restaurant
American Restaurant
Today 5:00 – 10:00 PM
Thursday 5:00 – 10:00 PMFriday 5:00 – 10:00 PMSaturday 5:00 – 10:00 PMSunday 5:00 – 9:00 PMMonday 5:00 – 10:00 PMTuesday 5:00 – 10:00 PMWednesday 5:00 – 10:00 PM
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Tiny destination drawing foodies for chef Alex Seidel's refined farm-to-table New American cuisine.- Google
"The oysters rockefeller are delish."
"Must try the lemon meringue pie."
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Mari Darling
2 months ago
I went to this place once with my boyfriend and everything was perfect. The service was really amazing, they were all lovely and they gave quite a lot of attention. As for the food, We had the brochette and the rice cheese balls as appetizers. They were just outstanding! I had the beef Boccaccio which was amazing it actually put to shame the beef Fruition Restaurant that you get at Fig and Olive. My girlfriend had one of their specials which was artichoke ravioli and she loved it. We decided that this would be one of our go to restaurants in this neighborhood we are new to. We actually didn't know what to pick as their everything on their menu sounds really good
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Nik Focht
3 months ago
The atmosphere is sophisticated and the space quaint. The service was friendly if not a bit rehearsed and transparent. The food was not special in my opinion. I had the Potato-Wrapped Oysters Rockefeller which were not flavorful clams wrapped in a form of potato chip, and the pork chop, which was prepared well but wasn't memorable. For dessert (which seem to be hidden from the menus on their site) we had the chocolate/brownie dessert which could be described as mediocre, again not better than average except for the price. The chocolate lava cake I had the next day for lunch at Blooming Beets in Boulder (a paleo restaurant) was much more impressive with better presentation and depth of flavor.
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Michael Croteau
2 months ago
Had a great dinner, our waitress was on top of her game. Was pleased with my chicken dinner, the scallop entre was a little skimp my wife thought. Over all i would give it 4 stars, would recommend to everyone and we will be going back.
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Spenser Villwock
2 months ago
Overpriced. Nothing special. Cramped, drab environment. Pretentious service. Nice silverware!
Heidi Culbertson
5 months ago
Loved the food, but the rushed, rude, and pushy service from the waitress made the evening very uncomfortable. Especially since we got there at 5 pm! At the end of the meal the waitress grabbed my Visa card from across the table without even presenting me with a bill. The last time I dined there, they overcharged me for wine we didn't have, so I insisted on reviewing the bill. I have been going to Fruition for years, but there is no reason to put up with rudeness from servers.
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Glenn Adriance
3 months ago
Ok so the food is good but I unfortunately contracted food poising from something I ate there. I was not upset at all as this can happen - even at a reputable restaurant. I did call the restaurant just to let them know so they could be aware of it. The General Manager was polite and felt bad and committed to look into what I ate, talk with his Chef and get back to me in a day or two. Four days later I never heard back. I called again just to see what was up and the General Manager was out for the rest of the week. I advised the Asst GM that I thought it was incredibly poor on their part that a I called just to let them know and was told I would hear back for sure and never did. High end food, very, very pricey representing a unique experience - but not able to take care of a customer situation. Talk about a poor PR move on their part. I was never even offered a chance to come back and re-experience their food on their nickel. Not that I was looking for that. I never even mentioned or ask for such not was it my intent to do so. Really upset with this kind of experience from a restaurant that can focus on "charging a real lot" for their product but not back it up when it "breaks". Don't go there - you might get sick and they won't care!!
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Philip Tidwell
5 months ago
What an amazing first foodie stop in Denver! The everchanging menu has some consistent favorites: potato wrapped oysters, the chicken, the duck.... Amazing. The staff is so friendly. The atmosphere is nice, but not stuffy. The servers don't button the top button, the hostess had on jeans and yet it feels like a nice night out. If you walk away... your napkin is replaced, your tableware will be refreshed and someone will appear to pull out your chair... They are ninjas! Do yourself a favor and head to 6th avenue. Fruition is Fun!
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Coletta Archibald
5 months ago
One of those hidden gems. The coffee is just fantastic. Atmosphere is welcoming. Definitely a must if you scouting for a good coffee