Table

Table, a “culinary journey” is an upscale pop-up restaurant featuring resident and guest chefs, wine makers, brewers and distillers changing on a weekly basis-occurring Friday and Saturday nights held at The Lodge at the Stanley Hotel. One seating with 6:30pm reception and dinner at 7pm. Maximum 20 people per night; community table; 5 courses with pairings priced accordingly from $65-$175 per person; reservations required.

Winter Only: Get the ultimate experience with our Foodies "Culinary Journey" Weekend Package including 2 seats at Table, a $50 F&B credit, and discounted lodging in the Lodge, or our brand-new Aspire Residences.

Reservations Required Call 970-577-4160 or Request Online

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Amazing Dinner with Chefs Ryan Gorby & Lon Symensma

Amazing Dinner with Chefs Ryan Gorby & Lon Symensma

Table at the Stanley Hotel proudly welcomes guest chefs and co- owners Ryan Gorby and Lon Symensma of Cho77 for an Asian inspired culinary journey March 3rd and 4th.

Chef Ryan Gorby discovered a love and natural talent for cooking at a young age and after high school, decided to pursue his culinary education at Pennsylvania Institute of Culinary Arts in Pittsburgh.  He took his training to NYC where the next 8 years were spent working in some of the city’s top restaurants under chefs such as Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Michael Symon, and Lon Symensma.  When Chef Symensma decided to leave NYC to open his own restaurant in Denver, he tapped Ryan to be his right-hand man at the new Southeast Asian inspired hot spot ChoLon.  After an enlightening trip to the far east, the duo headed west for the Rockies.  Hard work and dedication paid off as ChoLon became a staple in the Denver dining scene with many accolades and some very loyal fans!  Turning again to Asia for inspiration, Chef Gorby traveled from the mountains of northern Thailand to the sweltering streets of Singapore, and now hopes to share a little piece of Southeast Asia with South Broadway at Cho77.

Chef Lon Symensma's professional journey began at an early age.  In 1996, after winning a silver medal in The Culinary Olympics, Lon enrolled at The Culinary Institute of America.  After graduating with honors, he spent a year apprenticing in France, Italy and Spain at two Michelin two-star restaurants and San Sebastian's famed Arzak.  In 2001, Lon joined esteemed Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten in New York City at his acclaimed flagship restaurant, Jean-Georges where he spent 2 years developing his passion for Asian ingredients.
Lon went on to travel extensively throughout China and South East Asia, where he participated in the opening of Jean-Georges Shanghai.  Upon return to New York City, he became the opening sous chef at Jean-Georges' iconic South East Asian restaurant, Spice Market.  Lon then spent five years as executive chef of New York City's swank Buddakan.  Under his leadership, Buddakan earned a coveted New York Times two star review, and was recognized as the fifth highest grossing restaurant in the United States. 
In 2010, Lon relocated to Denver to open ChoLon.  ChoLon, which translates to "big market”, is named after the largest Chinese-influenced market in Saigon, Vietnam.  Chef Lon brings to life his extensive culinary travels throughout Asia in his Denver restaurant.   In 2011, ChoLon was a James Beard Finalist for Best New Restaurant in America.  Additional accolades also include being named one of the Top 10 Best New Asian Restaurants in America by Details Magazine and has quickly risen to 2nd place in Colorado's 5280 Magazine's Top 25 Restaurants list.  Lon has personally been recognized with a nomination for Best New Chef in the Southwest by Food and Wine Magazine and has been voted Denver's Best Chef and Best All-Star Duo by Denver's Westword publication.
  In addition to these incredible chefs creating a five-course tasting menu for our guests, Cale Rigney of Estate Brands will be pairing wines for this extraordinary soiree! Table is honored to have these esteemed chefs visiting Estes Park next weekend. For reservations please call 970-577-4160 or go to www.stanleyhotel.com/table to make an online reservation. The reception begins at 6:30 with dinner promptly at 7pm. The price is $95 per person inclusive of wine and food; gratuity and tax not included.

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Culinary magic with Chef Steve Redzikowski

Culinary magic with Chef Steve Redzikowski

   Acorn and Oak at Fourtheenth
   Wines by Paolini-Stanford Winery

This weekend, Table, the 5 course pop-up restaurant held every Friday and Saturday evening at The Lodge at the Stanley Hotel’s Manor Hall is featuring two distinguished guests making for an unforgettable “culinary journey”!
Chef Steve Redzikowski, chef and owner of Acorn and Oak at 14th restaurants in Denver and Boulder respectively will be the making culinary magic in The Lodge’s kitchen.
Redzikowski had humble beginnings-like most chefs-at the age of 15 working in a local pizzeria in his New York State hometown. After culinary school he moved to New York City to take a position as saucier at Le Cirque, then Jean-Georges. In 2002 he moved to Aspen, Colorado as Sous Chef at the award winning Little Nell. In 2004, he leapt at the chance to help open Frasca under the watchful eye of Executive Chef and co-owner Lachlan Mackinnon-Patterson.
If that wasn’t enough this talented chef was afforded the opportunity to work under Chef Douglas Keane at the two star Michelin Cyrus Restaurant in Napa Valley, California.
In 2011 Redzikowski and partners opened Oak at Fourteenth    in Boulder followed by Acorn in Denver in 2013. The rustic yet refined eatery serves chef Steven Redzikowski’s eclectic New American cooking in an approachable format at The Source. Much like OAK, at the core of Acorn’s dishes is the oak-fired oven and grill where its seasonal menu is created with a commitment to locally-sourced ingredients.
Redzikowski has recently been named the People’s Choice-Best Chef, South West Award by Food and Wine Magazine.

Our other esteemed guest is an Estes Park local Dwight Stanford who along with wife Marise, winters in his family’s home in Estes Park. The couple spends the balance of their year tending to their vineyard in the beautiful hills of the southern Marche in Italy between 130 and 160 meters above sea level.
Partnering with Raffaele Paolini, the vineyard is a joint project which arose from their passion for the fermented grape and a hope to make some of the best wines in the world from this glorious yet unknown territory of middle Italy in the Marchigiani Hills.
Stanford came to chat with Table Manager Midge Knerr in January about the possibility of doing a dinner-the story alone sold her! He has shipped his wines just for the Table event this weekend. Stanford will be present both nights and as with most Table dinners will proudly present the wines throughout the dinner, explaining why he has paired each wine with chef Redzikowski’s menu.

Reservations can be made by calling The Lodge at the Stanley at 970-577-4160. Online reservations can be made by going to www.stanleyhotel.com/table.
There is still availability for each night but the maximum number of guests is 20. The reception begins at 6:30pm and guests seat promptly at 7pm. Table restaurant is held at The Lodge at the Stanley’s Manor Hall and dress is Colorado casual.
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Wine Dinner With John Sutcliffe & guest Chef Jeremiah Watson

On February 17th & 18th we invite you to join us for a special table with our talented guest chef, Jeremiah Watson. 

In his early years Jeremiah Watson participated in many cooking competitions and won 1st place in Pro-start Colorado, 6th place in nationals and then went to Johnson and Wales. He was Captain of the ACF Culinary team, won 3rd place and then 1st in DE CA Collegiate International Culinary program. Besides these great achievements, he worked at Fruition and Lower 48 in Denver. Jeremiah then moved to Aspen where he was employed by the Roaring Fork Club where he was a Sommelier. One of his greatest achievements was working at Frasca in Denver.

Accompanying our guest chef is the wine expert John Sutcliffe who will help broaden your tastes and experience with his great selection of wines. 

John Sutcliffe helped to expand and create some iconic restaurants; Maxwell’s Plum on 1st Avenue and the legendary Tavern on the Green in Central Park. The West beckoned and in 1990 he and his wife Emily bought Battlerock Ranch in McElmo Canyon, initially to farm hay and livestock and a small orchard. However, within a few years their architect persuaded them that vines planted around their house would be beautiful and appropriate. In 1999 the first genuine wine was produced, and in 2001 it was marketed to their astonishment and delight, to rave reviews. There is little doubt that he will find his final resting place amongst these serried ranks of vines

5- Course Wine Dinner
• $95 / Person +tax +gratuity
• Friday, Feb. 17th & Saturday, Feb. 18th
• Reception 6:30 pm and Dinner 7:00 pm
• Limited to 20 seats
• Reservations Required
• Call 970-577-4160

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Wine Dinner With Chef Ryan Witcher, Feb 10th and 11th

Join us for an elegant 5-Course Wine Dinner prepared by guest Chef Ryan Witcher, from Sugarmill, hottest eatery in RiNo.

Denver’s River North Art District, more commonly called RiNo, is characterized by its industrial, sometimes-gritty setting. As recognized as one of the hottest eateries in RiNo, Sugarmill is a place where sweet and savory meet! Known for its incredible morning fix, a midday power lunch or end of day homey cooked dinner.

Chef Troy Guard’s owner of Sugarmill opened the restaurant in 2013, it brought beautiful and balanced desserts as well as breakfast, lunch, and dinner to RINO at the hands of chef and partner Noah French. After French left the restaurant and bakery last year, current chef Ryan Witcher took over. Witcher, whose culinary pedigree includes stints at Tavern on the Green, Four Seasons Seattle and Ritz-Carlton Hotels, brings a new life to the menus as well as new, creative desserts the sweet spot is known for. As Witcher reimagined the Sugarmill menu, he took to the neighborhood for inspiration as well as his travels and culinary experiences throughout the world. The revamped sweet and savory menus feature elevated bites and iterations of comfort food for breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch.

5- Course Wine Dinner

  • $95 / Person +tax +gratuity
  • Friday, Feb. 10th & Saturday, Feb. 11th
  • Reception 6:30 pm and Dinner 7:00 pm
  • Limited to 20 seats
  • Reservations Required
  • Call 970-577-4160

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Wine Dinner with Chef Tom Coohill, Feb 3rd and 4th

Wine Dinner with Chef Tom Coohill, Feb 3rd and 4th

We invite you to pull up to the community table at The Stanley Hotel. On  February 3rd and 4th, Chef Tom Coohill and Estates Brands Distributing Company are working together to create the perfect pairing for Table.

Chef Tom Coohill is an internationally recognized culinary innovator with a passion for authentic French cooking and a deep commitment to creativity and cutting-edge techniques.

With a focus on local, regional, and farm-fresh ingredients, Coohills Restaurant and Bar is reminiscent of what you might find in bars and restaurants in Europe. The open kitchen and uniquely modern interior design by award-winning architects Semple Brown underscore Coohills style “I’ve been honored to be a part of so many events and causes, and I enjoy experiencing all that Colorado has to offer,” Tom says.

Estate Brands Distributing Company will be selecting a unique wine pairing to accompany each course.  Estate Brands Distributing Company is Colorado’s Premier Wholesale Company of Hand-Picked Wines & Specialty Spirits. It is Estate’s mission to bring Colorado the finest wine & spirits from around the world.

5- Course Wine Dinner

  • $95 / Person +tax +gratuity
  • Friday, Feb. 3rd & Saturday, Feb. 4th
  • Reception 6:30 pm and Dinner 7:00 pm
  • Limited to 20 seats
  • Reservations Required
  • Call 970-577-4160

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Wine Dinner with Chef Brendon Flood, Jan 27 and 28

Wine Dinner with Chef Brendon Flood, Jan 27 and 28

On January 27th and 28th, join us for an elegant 5-Course Wine Dinner prepared by guest Chef Brendon Flood, Chef de Cuisine from Bistro Vendôme- highly acclaimed French Restaurant in Denver.

Bistro Vendôme is a cozy French restaurant hidden just off Larimer Square. Winner of “Best French Restaurant” Westwood 2013 and 2012, Bistro Vendôme is known for French inspired ambiance and it’s meal that makes standard weeknight dinner seem like a special occasion. It is part of the trio of restaurants owned by Chef Jennifer Jasinski and manager Beth Gruitch -Rioja and Euclid Hall which are located around the corner.

Chef Brendon Flood was born in Plymouth, Massachusetts but moved as a youngster to Sandwich and grew up in that oldest town on Cape Cod. He graduated cum laude from University of Massachusetts Amherst with a degree in Psychology and Sociology in 2008. He caught the cooking bug by cooking at home with his mom, aunt, and grandma, quickly followed by helping a local clambake specialist execute those classic beach celebrations on Cape Cod. He says he loved cooking from an early age and it was way more fun than mowing lawns.

A change of scenery was in store for Brendon and he drove to Denver in 2011 with the hopes of getting into craft beer as a brewer. His dreams of commercially brewing beer came true at Vine Street Pub & Brewery but he decided the kitchen was his real home. 

Progressively moving up the culinary ladder, Brendon started in Denver with a job as Chef de Partie at Williams & Graham followed by a Kitchen Manager gig at Vine Street, Executive Chef stint at Lowdown Brewery + Kitchen and Culinary Manager position at Balfour at Riverfront Park.

His proudest moment was opening day at Lowdown. He says, “I built that kitchen from shelves to the garnish on the plate with help from a great team and two great owners. It was a rewarding experience to see two months of 100+hr weeks transforming a bare space into my first kitchen with my own menu.”

5-course wine dinner

  • Friday, Jan 27th & Saturday, Jan 28th
  • Reception at 6:30 PM
  • Dinner Seating at 7:00 PM
  • $95.00 per person plus tax and gratuity
  • Reservations are limited to 20 guests per night
  • Reservations Required Call 970-577-4160

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Cocktail Dinner With Frank Bonanno Jan 20th and 21th

Cocktail Dinner With Frank Bonanno Jan 20th and 21th

On Jan 20th and 21th, join us for a special cocktail dinner hosted by Frank Bonanno, Chef, and Proprietor of Osteria Marco and Adam Hodak Beverage Director of Green Russell. 

Frank Bonanno is the culinary mind behind ten of Denver’s finest dining and drinking establishments. He is the author of the Mizuna cookbook, the Luca cookbook and the host of Chef Driven on PBS.Since 2002, Frank Bonanno has been the mastermind behind nearly a dozen Colorado restaurants. Chef Driven offers a rare glimpse of the world from the eyes of a restaurant professional; Frank’s travelogue of experiences with growers, producers, artisans, and chefs who are shaping food culture in the Mountain West.

Green Russell, named for 1850’s Colorado gold miner William Green Russell, is styled as a Prohibition-era cocktail joint, unique in both its nostalgic ambiance and handcrafted cocktail offerings. Green Russell houses a variety of house bitters, infusions, sodas, freshly squeezed juices, small batch spirits and regional finds. From the exposed brick and plush armchairs to the playful telephone booth and opulent chandeliers, Green Russell is ultimately a joint for quiet conversation and the thrill of a damn good cocktail.

5-course cocktail dinner

  • Friday, Jan 20th & Saturday, Jan 21th
  • Reception at 6:30 PM
  • Dinner Seating at 7:00 PM
  • $95.00 per person plus tax and gratuity
  • Reservations are limited to 20 guests per night
  • Reservations Required Call 970-577-4160

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Wine Dinner With Tim Kuklinski Jan 13th and 14th

Wine Dinner With Tim Kuklinski Jan 13th and 14th

Take a culinary journey at Table with our guest Chef Tim Kuklinski, Chef de Cuisine from highly acclaimed Downtown Denver restaurant, Rioja.

Eleven years after opening, Rioja is still Larimer Square’s crown jewel. Rioja has continually won acclaim in “Americas top restaurants” from Zagat, 8 years in a row an “AAA” 5 diamond award winner,10 years receiving the Wine Spectator award for excellence, and is known as the best restaurant in Denver. Winner of the James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef Southwest 2013, Rioja features a menu inspired by Mediterranean ingredients and influenced by local and seasonal products.

Tim Kuklinski’s progressive style and passion for bringing together traditional flavors with innovative methods set him apart from his peers. He is a graduated from the prestigious Johnson & Wales University in culinary arts. Tim has worked under Chef Curtis Duffy at the 3 Michelin starred Grace in Chicago, and with Graham Elliot at his namesake, the 2 Michelin starred Graham Elliot Restaurant, also in Chicago. Tim was promoted to Chef of Rioja in 2013, after working his way through the ranks for 7 years.  He works alongside James Beard award winning Chef Jennifer Jasinski at Rioja.

Will Doyle of Pioneer Wines will be providing a unique pairing for each course.  Pioneer Wine Company presents a distinguished portfolio of hand-crafted wine and spirits created by and family-owned, boutique vineyards from around the globe. Pioneer Wines work with wineries that are in harmony with their mission of sharing every wine’s unique story with buyers and consumers.

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5-course wine dinner ( Pre-concert Dinner)

  • Friday, Jan 13th & Saturday, Jan 14th
  • Reception at 6:00 PM
  • Dinner Seating at 6:30 PM
  • $95.00 per person plus tax and gratuity
  • Reservations are limited to 20 guests per night
  • Reservations Required Call 970-577-4160

Wine Dinner With Chef Nate Singer Jan 6th and 7th

On Jan 6th and 7th, Join us for a 5-course wine dinner at Table hosted by Butcher and Chef Nate Singer from Blackbelly Market in Boulder, Colorado. The evening will be paired with exquisite selections of wine from Pioneer Wines.

Butcher and Chef Nate Singer is a fifth-generation Wyomingite, born near Yellowstone National Park. He grew up camping, hunting, fishing, working on the farm and gardening with his family, who ate off the land not by choice but by necessity. Nate met Chef Hosea Rosenberg, winner of Bravo’s top chef season 5, while attending Culinary School of the Rockies in Boulder, Colorado, and has worked with him for a decade. In 2015, Nate Singer opened Blackbelly Butcher at Blackbelly Market with Chef Rosenberg’s in Boulder, Colorado. Blackbelly Butcher offers whole animal butchery featuring Local 100% grass fed beef, lamb, goat, sustainably raised pork, even cured meats such as prosciutto and fermented sausages.

Chef and Owner Hosea Rosenberg’s Blackbelly Market is the fine-dining extension of his Blackbelly brand that has grown from food truck to catering company to local farm. The “admirable” Blackbelly Market is known to “Under-promise and over- deliver”. It is the missions of Blackbelly to not only know where the food comes from but to serve their customers the very best product they can find. Blackbelly Market is the culmination of thousands of ideas, years of brainstorming, and a whole lot of cooking.

Will Doyle of Pioneer Wines will be providing a unique pairing for each course.  Pioneer Wine Company presents a distinguished portfolio of hand-crafted wine and spirits created by and family-owned, boutique vineyards from around the globe. Pioneer Wines work with wineries that are in harmony with their mission of sharing every wine’s unique story with buyers and consumers.

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5-course wine dinner

  • Friday, Jan 6 & Saturday, Jan 7th
  • Reception at 6:30 PM
  • Dinner Seating at 7:00 PM
  • $95.00 per person plus tax and gratuity
  • Reservations are limited to 20 guests per night
  • Reservations Required Call 970-577-4160