Wednesday, December 18, 2013

3-Course Prix Fix Dinner at The Weber at the Inn at Cherry Creek December 20th, 21st & 22nd




The Weber
at The Inn at Cherry Creek
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, December 20th, 21st & 22nd
3-Course Prix Fix Dinner & Glass of Wine Menu
 
  First
 Holiday Salad with Mixed Greens, Dried Cranberries,
Goat Cheese, Roasted Walnuts & Champagne Vinaigrette

~or~

 Crab Cakes, Pineapple Slaw & Chili Aioli
 
  Second
Seared Scallops, Sautéed Spinach & Creamy Risotto
~ Baroni Fini Pinot Grigio ~
 
~or~
 
Pan-Roasted Berkshire Pork Loin, Apple Chutney, Potato & Onion Gratin
~ Pinot Evil Pinot Noir ~
 
Third
Chocolate Cup filled with Pumpkin Mousse & Gingersnap Crumbs

 
Reservations 303-377-8577
$32 per person, plus tax and gratuity


Save the Date: Next Prix Fix Dinners Dec 27, 28 and 29.
Menu to be announced or call for more information.
 
 

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

3-Course Prix Fix Dinner at The Weber at the Inn at Cherry Creek December 13th, 14th & 15th.



The Weber
at The Inn at Cherry Creek
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, December 13th, 14th & 15th
3-Course Prix Fix Dinner & Glass of Wine Menu
 
  First
 Holiday Salad with Mixed Greens, Dried Cranberries,
Goat Cheese, Roasted Walnuts & Champagne Vinaigrette

~or~

 Lamb Chicharones with Chimichurri Sauce on Baby Romaine
 
  Second
Grilled Chicken Breast with a Shrimp Skewer,
Roasted Garlic & Caper Sauce, Jasmine Rice Pilaf and
Green Bean & Squash Medley
~ Baroni Fini Pinot Grigio ~
 
~or~
 
Grilled Sirloin Coulotte, Truffle Rosemary Butter,
Smashed Hash & Green Beans
~ Pinot Evil Pinot Noir ~
 
Third
Chocolate Cup filled with Pumpkin Mousse & Gingersnap Crumbs

 
Reservations 303-377-8577
$32 per person, plus tax and gratuity


Save the Date: Next Prix Fix Dinners Dec 20, 21 and 22.
Menu to be announced or call for more information.
 
 

Saturday, December 7, 2013

The Weber at The Inn at Cherry Creek 3-Course Prix Fix Dinner Dec 6, 7, 8 Menu





The Weber
at The Inn at Cherry Creek
Sunday, December 8th
3-Course Prix Fix Dinner & Glass of Wine Menu
 
  First
 Bibb Salad, Poached Pears, Goat Cheese,
Roasted Walnuts & Champagne Vinaigrette
 
  Second
Seared Salmon, Cilantro Lime Butter,
Jasmine Rice Pilaf and Green Bean & Squash Medley
~ Baroni Fini Pinot Grigio ~
 
Or
 
Grilled Sirloin Coulotte with Smashed Hash,
Green Beans & Truffle Rosemary Butter
~ Pinot Evil Pinot Noir ~
 
Third
Pumpkin Rum Bread Pudding, Meyers Caramel & Chantilly Cream
 
Reservations 303-377-8577
$32 per person, plus tax and gratuity

Save the Date: Next Prix Fix Dinners Dec 13, 14 and 15.
Menu to be announced or call for more information.
 
 

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Shopping Package - Cherry Creek

  
Nordstrom's VIP Shopping Package
 
at The Inn at Cherry Creek
Call 303-377-8577 to make reservations today!
(Packages and Rates are subject to availability)
 
 
 
 Treat yourself to a shopping experience at Nordstrom in Cherry Creek that transforms you from head to toe. Whether its classic clothes or the latest trends, your personal shopper will find just the right look to enhance your personal style!

Package includes:
Luxury Deluxe accommodations for One Night
Appointment with Nordstrom Personal Shopper
Nordstrom Gift Card - $100.00
Complimentary Breakfast Complimentary Parking
Complimentary Appetizer and Glass of Wine
 
DELUXE $265/night
Call 303-377-8577 to make reservations today!
(Packages and Rates are subject to availability)

 
 
The Inn at Cherry Creek - Denver, Colorado

Nowhere else in Denver blends the utmost in professional and friendly service with the comfort and familiarity of home. Step into your room, close the door to the outside world and wake up refreshed - to a brighter, more peaceful morning.



Cherry Creek North Merchants


Something for Everyone

A Providence Hospitality Partners Property
 



Monday, October 14, 2013

The Weber Dining Room

 
 
 
 
 

 

There is a certain style of restaurant, one that is neither innovative nor trendy nor inherently unique, but is instead easygoing, comfortable and contained. One that relaxes appetites, bones and, particularly in a time when money feels especially precious, wallets.
They are quiet restaurants, intimate and gracious and unassuming. They don't pretend to break ground with food or vision and they don't overindulge with pointed and manners-inspiring service. Instead, they exercise the simple trade of gently prepared food, gently served.
 
The Weber, located just a block or two from the belly of the Cherry Creek North beast, is such a restaurant. Located on the ground floor of the equally intimate and unassuming Inn at Cherry Creek, the restaurant's presence on the street — and in the consciousness of the spastic social scene that surrounds it — is minimal.

Which makes the place all the more accessible to the rest of us.
Two matchbox rooms-a dining den and a bar-constitute the entire footprint of The Weber. The skeleton staff (rarely more than two servers on the floor) has only a few customers to attend to. Which they do, with subtlety and speed and geniality, and not gregariousness. Drinks of all varieties, from ably mixed cocktails to fairly priced wines, hit the table quickly.

 As does, soon thereafter, food.

The Weber's menu reveals a well-tested, if old-fashioned, point of view: simple fare through an uptown lens. Lamb shank braised in red wine and rosemary atop a polenta pillow. Flatiron steak and mashed potatoes under a slather of balsamic-kissed butter. A bistro salad of butter lettuce, fried pecans and shallot dressing.

Each of these dishes was clearly executed and, if not artistic in presentation or eye-opening in flavor manipulation, each was relevant and worthwhile, particularly that beautifully seasoned mash of Yukon Gold potatoes.


 Countrified in outlook, but urbane in execution, the roasted chicken breast — with a hash of mushrooms and goat cheese and a soft corn puree — was a dreamy winter feast.

 
Less successful: gummy scallops over equally gummy risotto and far-too-salty beef tenderloin with a blue cheese crust. And the plate of sweet potato fries, splattered with ribbons of blue cheese goop, belongs in a different restaurant entirely, one with clowns twisting balloons into animals, perhaps.

Scrub your memory of the fries with the most well-executed dish on the menu: wild mushroom ravioli, draped in a rich but lively walnut and basil pesto and spiked with earthy fried leeks. The Weber could, and should, have more vegetarian options like this.

There are occasions when the Weber gives itself a culinary workout, as with special multicourse menus geared to holidays like Thanksgiving, for instance, or the annual arrival of the Beaujolais Nouveau.
 


These exercises are fetching and earnest. If they're not exquisite enough to spend saved-up money on, they're pleasant diversions for those who can afford to indulge a harmless folly.

At breakfast and lunch (this is a hotel, after all, which requires three meals of service), the Weber feels more matter-of-fact,business deals get done, lunching ladies get caught up, Benedicts and burgers are proffered, schedules are kept.
Bottom line: The Weber, with competent cooking, affable service and a relaxed outlook, doesn't make enough noise or push enough buttons or reach a lofty enough level of excellence to place it among Denver's most "important" restaurants.
 

But on a Tuesday or Saturday night, when the day or week has depleted one's physical and mental resources and the frenzy at the hedge row appalls one's better senses, the Weber is a soothing salve.

Tucker Shaw, dining@denverpost.com
Read more: Cherry Creek Inn's Weber easygoing, with solid fare - The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/restaurants/ci_11437676#ixzz29hYpDmZ0

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A Providence Hospitality Partners Property




Friday, October 11, 2013

The Weber at The Inn at Cherry Creek ~ Fresh American Cuisine




 
 
233 Clayton St.
Denver, Colorado 80206 map
303.377.8577    

 
 
  


 The Weber's ambiance is an intimate
yet inviting bistro setting,
that showcases our dining selections
in perfect artistic fashion.

 


Dining at the Weber
     
The menu is designed to build the most pleasurable dining experience
with the ingredients that mesh with the season.
Chef Mike Hendricks presents a diverse menu
focusing on fresh local ingredients.
 
 
 


 
 
 


When looking for a place that captures
Denver and Cherry Creek,
come see us at The Weber.
Open Daily for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner




 
 
Click on the Menu Links!!
 
 
 
 
 

 
A Providence Hospitality Partners Property
 

 

 

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Inn at Cherry Creek Pampered Pet Package


 

 

Pampered Pet Package

 at the Inn at Cherry Creek





 Chasing squirrels and doing tricks for treats can really ware you thin. That is why we are offering a pampering retreat for the .5 member of the family. Pack Fluffy in the car and take advantage of this unforgettable package.
 
Doggie Bed
 
 
 
Package Includes:
  • Overnight accommodations for 2
  • Dog treat from the Three Dog Bakery
  • Breakfast for 2
  • Use of a doggie bed for your pet
  • Ceramic dog dishes
  • Voss Water
  • Complimentary in-room Starbucks coffee
  • Use of our terrycloth bathrobes
  • Complimentary newspaper in lobby
  • Free covered parking
  • Dog Treat

    Classic $219/night
    Deluxe $239/night
    

    
    
    The Weber






    Dining at the Weber
    The Weber's ambience is an intimate yet inviting bistro setting that showcases our dining selections in perfect artistic fashion. The menu is designed to build the most pleasurable dining experience with the ingredients that mesh with the season. Chef Mike Hendricks presents a diverse menu focusing on fresh local ingredients.

    When looking for a place that captures Denver and Cherry Creek come see us at The Weber. Open Daily for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.




    The Area
    Cherry Creek North is Denver's premiere neighborhood destination for shopping, fashion, spas, restaurants, art galleries, boutiques and community events. All the shops in the area are committed to maintaining the highest possible standard of exceptional customer service. Reader's Choice voted it the "Best Neighborhood Shopping District."

    Outside of the immediate area explore the neighborhoods of Denver such as Downtown and the 16th Street Mall, the historic Victorian houses of
    Five-Points or the restaurants and nightclubs of LoDo.

    Thursday, October 3, 2013

    The Weber Restaurant and The Vineyard present a Pinot Noir Wine Dinner

    The Weber
     
    The Weber Restaurant and The Vineyard present a
    Pinot Noir Wine Dinner
     
    Where: The Weber Restaurant
    When: Saturday, October 26th
    Time: 6:30pm
    Cost: $60 pp plus tax & gratuity
     
    Reservations:
    or call: 303-350-4440 / 303-355-8324

     
    Evening Menu

    Amuse
    Hillinger Secco, NV-Austria

    First
    Caramelized Apricot with Mouco Cheese
    and a Fig Crostini
    Anne de Joyeuse-2010-Pinot Noir-
    Camas Limoux, France

    Second
    Warm Spinach with Pork Belly
    Rozak-2007-Pinot Noir-Estate ‘C’ Block-
    Santa Rita Hills, California

    Third
    Braised Angus Short Rib Lollipop
    with Duchesse Potatoes

    ~OR~

    Chicken Roulade Stuffed with Westphalia Ham
    and Fresh Mozzarella over Duchesse Potatoes
    Domaine Chofflet-Valdenaire-2009-
    Givry, France

    Finale
    Pinot Noir poached Anjou Pear with Mascarpone
    and a White Chocolate Wafer

    Anton Bauer, Wagram-2011-
    Pinot Noir-Austria