Linger

Row 1

Details
2030 W 30th Ave (btwn 16th St & Umatilla St)
Denver, CO 80211
(303) 993-3120
New American, Lounge
$ $
Hours
Mon: 4:00 PM–10:00 PM Tue–Thu: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM Sat: 10:00 AM–2:30 PM Sun: 10:00 AM–2:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Try their veggie burger! All four locations stock the same patty.
  • Sit at the bar upstairs and enjoy the beautiful view of Denver.
  • Order up 'tails or one of 10 beers on tap at Linger's rooftop-based '75 GMC RV, a critical part of one of the city's top outdoor bars.
  • Soak in some breath-taking views over a pitcher full of cocktails poured specially for this part of the restaurant.
  • Check out the dirty blonde haired guy on grill. Super hot!!!!
  • Ask Chad to make you the best Sazerac you've never had.
  • I was skeptical of the wide-ranging, multicultural tapas menu, and then Linger's kitchen and staff proved me wrong Also, the complimentary popcorn was a tasty way to hold you over until our food came
  • Try this-- 50/50 gin and Dolin white vermouth split, dashed with orange bitters and served with a flamed orange twist, which gives the depth of caramelized citrus to the first sip!
  • The bar upstairs is made of Lite Brites. Pretty cool!
  • My fav is Mongolian BBQ Duck Buns!
  • Amazinnnnnnnnng food, amazing service amazing place!! Such a good spot. Luis is the best server thank you!
  • Try the Devil Inside. The merlot float is to die for!
  • The salted butterscotch pudding is the most amazing thing I've ever eaten. Get your own, it's too good to share.
  • Great food, but the portions are too small. Not a good value, but a good experience.
  • Reservations can be hard to nab, but once you're in, you'll be hooked. Between the dining room and the menus, the innovation is exceptional. Also has the best patio in the city. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Fifth Course: PB&J Cup. Its time for a PB&J Cup that's done up with Cabernet jelly coulis, candied peanuts, and bruleed bananas in a chocolatey shell.
  • Be ready to Linger!
  • Sister Restaurant to Root Down. They use local food and sustainable resources. The building used to be an old mortuary, now it's a hip restaurant/bar scene with a great roof-top patio.
  • Order the mule!
  • The bartender who just moved to Denver from Hawaii is ridiculously hot.