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The Populist



3163 Larimer St
Denver, CO 80205

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(720) 432-3163

Hours

  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm

Cuisine: American Restaurants

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4.7 of 5.0 from 36 reviews


price range:Less than $10

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The Populist Reviews

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  • Austin OgilviePastas are outstanding

    55555 by Austin Ogilvie


  • Judie S.Get the 7 course chef's taster menu; easily one of the best meals we've ever had.

    55555 by Judie S.


  • Kelly S.You can't go wrong with anything on the menu. Happy hour specials are great. Small plates; fun to try a lot of different dishes with a group of 4.

    55555 by Kelly S.


  • Marc E.Off-menu Bacon & Egg Burger: Set atop a brioche bun, local beef patty is loaded up w/fresno chile aioli, melty alpha Tolman cheese, pickled onions, umami-rich bacon & onion jam & crowned w/a yolky egg

    55555 by Marc E.


  • Scott F.Go for the tasting menu. Generous portions. One of the better meals I've ever had.

    55555 by Scott F.


  • Adrian PhillipsBartender's choice cocktails. Ask for something boozy, spicy, with mezcal. Food is incredible. Be sure to try any of the pasta dishes. For dessert get the chocolate pot de cremé & strawberry tart.

    55555 by Adrian Phillips


  • EmilyGreat! Try the duck liver and go for happy hour!

    55555 by Emily


  • David AAstoundingly great menu and some mean cocktails done right.

    55555 by David A


  • Annemarie PettinatoGreat romantic spot for dates, beautiful patio and interesting high quality menu

    55555 by Annemarie Pettinato


  • Benjamin B.Best place in Denver so far. Tasting menu is a steal at $75 for two people. Bacon and egg is a highlight. Tandoori chicken is amazing.

    55555 by Benjamin B.


  • Kristen K.Do the tasting menu! So worth the price and tastes wonderful.

    55555 by Kristen K.


  • ShycuThe Abadia De La Oliva Grenache was really good. We had a group of 5 and shared 3 small plates and 3 entrées and all were presented beautifully and tasty. Chocolate mint dessert-fabulous.

    55555 by Shycu


  • Tyler M.Tasting menu is the way to go, it's actually a lot of food.

    55555 by Tyler M.


  • Pocket SunTasting menu is good value ($75 for two)! Popular spot, waiting should be expected.

    55555 by Pocket Sun


  • Jing Z.Beautiful patio, great date spot. Favorite dishes include shishitos/edamame, perfectly seared scallops, and charcuterie. Well priced wine options.

    55555 by Jing Z.


  • Sarah S.Chicken Fried Steak, mashed Potatoes, Macaroni & Cheese!

    55555 by Sarah S.


  • Sarah S.We dream about the Kale & Farro Salad and the Thai Sausage & Cavatelli!

    55555 by Sarah S.


  • Westword StreetFree of labels, the menu allows you to choose what you want, without constraints of first course, second course, sides. Plates are meant to be shared, so you can order two courses or seven

    55555 by Westword Street


  • Glorianna S.Maybe if you don't serve brunch any longer you should change your website and voicemail recording... Boo for bad communication

    22222 by Glorianna S.


  • EaterThe team behind Crema Cofffe House created a timeless community eatery in its space. Popular dishes include the agnolotti and the smoked fish rilletes. Serves brunch Sat. & Sun. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Ken C.Lamb beggar's purse with celery stem mash

    33333 by Ken C.


  • wonderwillowOur favorite of the evening was the butternut squash agnolotti. Definitely among my favorite things I've eaten in a LONG time. We'll be back!

    55555 by wonderwillow


  • Parker LyonsTasting menu is a great value. So delicious!

    55555 by Parker Lyons


  • EaterThe RiNo restaurant from Noah Price and chef Jonathan Power is nearly a year old and going strong. Try the cauliflower and pear soup and the curried chickpeas and don't overlook the wine list.

    55555 by Eater


  • Bree R.Do the tasting menu...but don't find out what's in the dish until after you ate it, so fun!

    33333 by Bree R.


  • Arvind M.Sit outside. Outstanding ivy'ed patio.

    55555 by Arvind M.


  • Renee P.So good! Diver scallops were delicious, however, on the rather small side BUT delis' My friend got the tandoori dish (chx) and OMG!

    55555 by Renee P.


  • Stacey M.Get the beer-soaked olives.

    22222 by Stacey M.


  • Laura P.Nice wine list. Shared plates were decent. Presentation is top notch.

    55555 by Laura P.


  • Grant D.It was great I had espresso, bone marrow, mussels, and local butchers cut of pork with polenta. I enjoyed the whole meal.

    55555 by Grant D.


  • DenverPostA welcome addition to Curtis Park. Opt for a seven-course tasting menu — $65 for two people, $100 with wine pairings, or main dishes like the braised beef cheeks, or the "broken duck" plate.

    55555 by DenverPost


  • Andrew H.#populist get the cubano

    55555 by Andrew H.


  • Candis K.Favorite dishes that we ordered were the huitlacoche agnolotti and the scallops (I can't remember the name of what that was on the menu).

    55555 by Candis K.


  • Westword StreetSet on a dark stretch that looks deserted even though it isn't, the Populist has been nudging diners to venture farther up Larimer Street since it opened in November.

    33333 by Westword Street


  • Linnea L.The Chef's Menu paired with wine is a great value and a super fun way to experience a lot of the dishes.

    55555 by Linnea L.


  • Ian C.Tasting menu is maybe the best food secret in the state for the price. Standouts: the carrots, and the bacon & egg. Wines pairings well worth it too. Quirky lists can be risky, they do it well.

    55555 by Ian C.


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