Dining Out Guide: The Palace Arms Offers Historic Flair in the Mile High City

List: Posted: 08/31/11

If you are visiting Denver, Colorado on vacation, you might just decide to pay the Brown Palace Hotel a visit.  It is one of the most celebrated locations in the Mile High City, and is both beautiful and historic.  While you're there, you will have several restaurant options, including the Palace Arms, which is the hotel's fine dining restaurant.

 

The Palace Arms offers an elegant setting, and some of the finest dining you will find in the city of Denver.  Jackets are optional, and the cuisine is considered Contemporary American, so you won't have to worry about any unpronounceable menu items here. 

 

However, there are many things to enjoy at the Palace Arms that are not necessarily related to food.  This legendary restaurant offers quite a few other options.

 

One thing that you will find is that the Palace Arms offers a cigar room, and is one of the few places in the city to cater to those who enjoy tobacco.  You will also find that the restaurant offers private rooms for those who wish to hold events here, as well as a smoking bar. 

 

The wine list at the Palace Arms is also one of the best in the nation, and wine lovers will find any vintage they might care to try among their options here.

 

The Palace Arms also offers guests dining at the bar, as well as valet parking.  The restaurant has served many famous people over the years, including Harry Truman, and The Beatles when they stayed at the Brown Palace Hotel.

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