Rialto Café

American, Breakfast, Arts & Entertainment
$ $
934 16th St
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 893-2233
6:30am - 10:00pm
6:30am - 10:00pm
6:30am - 10:00pm
6:30am - 10:00pm
6:30am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 10:00pm



  • If you gotta go you gotta go
  • Nice build-your-own bloody mary bar at weekend brunch
  • Incredible calamari and chicken pot pie! High quality food and presentation!
  • Had breakfast here and it was delicious. Reasonably priced and you get 15% off your bill for checking in.
  • On "Free Beer Friday," a draft beer is free with a lunch entree
  • Weekend brunch: banana french toast and prickly pear mimosas, can't go wrong.
  • $3 parking across the street, pay at Rialto
  • Is it me or does it always smell funny inside?
  • Brunch here is delectable. Try the French toast if you need some help me get over last night kind of food. Mimosas and bloodies are there for you as well :)
  • Get a bluegrass mule. It's got bourbon and ginger beer. nuff' said.
  • The corn bread rocks!
  • If you sit at the bar for brunch, your bottomless mimosa comes in a pint glass!
  • The basil blt is to die for!
  • Eat at the bar and strike up a conversation with Scotty. You won't have an empty glass or stomach.
  • Great bottomless mimosas with a large selection of juice.
  • The grilled salmon with polenta was a great dish. Also some good beers on tap, including a nitro milk stout from Left Hand Brewing.
  • Bacon wrapped buffalo meatloaf. Seriously, put down the phone and call your server. Here, let me help. HEY MA! THE MEATLOAF! WE WANT IT NOW!
  • Had dinner here - the boneless beef short ribs were super tender and delicious. The buffalo meatloaf was a tad dry, but very tasty. Yes, service was a tad slow, but very friendly.
  • Not bad for a happy hour beer.
  • The cornbread (standard free table bread) comes to the table warm in a cast iron skillet and is delicious!!!

Nearby places

16th Street
950 13th St (Denver Performing Arts Complex)
1001 16th Street #A-100, #A-100 (btwn Curtis St and Arapahoe St)