Local Tomato Gazpacho
toasted almonds, smoked paprika, basil oil

Candy-Striped Beet Salad
bibb lettuce, almonds, granny smith, raw milk bleu cheese, red onion, champagne vinaigrette

Crispy Brussels Sprouts
duck confit, soft poached egg*, red wine vinaigrette, pistachios

Gold Canyon NY Strip Carpaccio*
red onion relish, charred endive, fresh herbs, parmigiano-reggiano

Castelvetrano Olives and Pipparas Peppers

Shared Plates

Truffle French Fries
horseradish dijon aioli

Bacon Wrapped Dates
humboldt fog goat cheese, concord grape reduction

P.E.I. Mussels
green chili, lemon, fine herbs, grilled ciabatta

Chicken Liver Mousse
black truffle, sweet pickles, grilled ciabatta

Smoked Salmon and Gravlax*
potato pancake, chive cream cheese, flatbread, caper relish, aquavit

artisanal meats and cheeses, traditional accoutrements

Vegetarian Mezze Plate
greek feta mousse, hummus, harissa, tzatziki, marinated / pickled vegetables, grilled pita


Sustainable Barramundi Sea Bass
jumbo lump crab, gnocchi, spinach, fine herbs, beurre blanc

Crispy Acorn Squash Ravioli
roasted heirloom carrots, spaghetti squash, hazelnuts, pickled fresno chiles, brown butter

28-Day Dry-Aged Sirloin* and Boneless Short Rib
chanterelle gravy, late summer vegetables

Local Moroccan Spiced Lamb Sirloin*
lamb sausage, chickpeas, spinach, golden raisin puree, micro cilantro

Local Free Range Chicken "Saltimbocca"
prosciutto di parma, cauliflower, snow peas, cherry tomato confit, sage-infused natural reduction

Wild Alaskan Coho Salmon*
manila clams, tender belly bacon, sweet corn, baby fingerlings, clam froth

Front Range Bison Burger*
aged cheddar, red pepper relish, brioche, hay stack onion, horseradish aioli, fine herb fries


Sauteed Spinach

Sauteed Snow Peas

Grilled Aspargus

"When I walked in the first thing I noticed was the kitchen. It occupies the majority of the rear wall of the restaraunt and is open, bright and overlooks everything. The decor is modern and elegant, but not obnoxiously so. We had reservations for New Years Eve at 6 and there was a reduced, but diverse, menu for the holiday. I had sea scallops and my wife had a filet mignon. Both were outstanding and ranked in each of ours top 2 or 3 of in each food category. My risotto was a bit on the salty side, but the doneness was perfect. The prices are about what you would expect from a culinary focused restaurant, and on this night it was worth it. I would recommend starting with the bacan-wrapped dates, they are worth going for all on their own."
Charcoal Restaurant

43 West Ninth Avenue
Denver, CO 80204
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