Highlands Ranch is a census-designated place (CDP) in Douglas County, Colorado, United States. The population was 96,713 at the 2010 census. Located 12 miles south of Denver, Highlands Ranch is an unincorporated community and was the twelfth most populous CDP in the United States in 2010.
Things to do in Highlands Ranch
4.5 based on 252 reviews
Met friends for dinner last night because it was conveniently located for us. Theur son had eaten here before and liked it. We ordered a large meat pizza fir 3 guys, a side of wings and a salad. The pizza was Indeed large. Although we made a valiant effort, we took some home. There was plenty of meat on it. There was enough sauce to taste, but it didn't overeelm. There is lot's if gooey cheese. I didnt try the wings, but they went quickly, so i guess they were good. The salad was big enough for one, and looked like a regular salad should.
The staff were friendly and helpful. Got refills quickly and checked in often.
The atmosphere is that of a neighborhood pizza place and bar. Nothing fancy.
4.5 based on 213 reviews
Fleming's Denver at Inverness, CO is an ongoing celebration of exceptional steak and wine. We are conveniently located in Englewood off I-25, near Centennial and Park Meadows, above E 470.
We have eaten here many times over the past few Year's and have always enjoyed a nice meal. It has become very pricey to eat here though over the past year and so we do not go as often. The service, food and atmosphere are always wonderful, though it can be a bit noisy inside some times. It is a nice place for a special treat.
4.5 based on 163 reviews
This little restaurant in Highlands Ranch is definitely worth a visit. They are only open for breakfast and lunch so don't attempt an evening visit. Everything I have tried is delicious and their pastries, which you can get at their counter, are fabulous.
4.5 based on 205 reviews
We are located in the newly purchased Waterford (previously IMT) apartment complex. We have two specified parking in front of the door, any other spot that just states "retail parking" - besides Blue Mist and Trubucha - are fine to park at as well. If you park in the other two mentioned (even when closed) unfortunately they will tow you. Call for reservations!
While you will like the food here and the owner is friendly and spends time meeting her customers because of the small space they have the restaurant is crammed and it is loud and almost uncomfortable. Rather than try to squeeze people in to make as much money as you can it would better for the long term health of this business to either move or find a bigger space. Our family came to discuss a family matter and we have no chance to accomplish this because of the set up. While the food is really good the ambience is lacking!
4.5 based on 430 reviews
This is one of the worst Mexican meals I’ve ever had, queso looked out of a can, combo platter a big pile of food drenched in sauce and undistinguishable, Mexican Steak, flavorless, overcooked, rice cold and no favor, refried beans were gray?
Never go back.
Sorry for bad review but it was so bad I had to say something.
4 based on 249 reviews
Whether you are looking for a relaxing lunch, family-friendly dinner or night out to enjoy excellent margaritas, the Old Blinking Light welcomes you! Influenced by a Taos, NM background, the superb menu offers a wide range of fresh flavors and tastes. American food with a Southwest soul!
New Mexican American food. Large menu. Friendly helpful server. Large portions fairly priced. Food well prepared, served at proper temp and nicely presented. Everything that was served at neighboring tables all looked great as well. They were very busy, but we had phoned aged and that cut our wait time. Will definitely return.
4.5 based on 157 reviews
Enjoy the finest Greek cuisine, steak house, and relax at the bar and patio. Amazing Greek cuisine made fresh. Occasional live entertainment on Friday and Saturday.
Firstly a big thank you to Dimitri for serving us dinner even though we arrived just as he was closing. I had just flown to Denver from the UK, was tired, hungry and it was my birthday! That is amazing customer service and satisfaction. "Greek To Me" has a nice ambiance and the Nina Simone background music was great to dine to. The menu has the usual Greek favourites and the food we had was very good, I had the Moussaka and it was delicious, as was the Baklava was excellent (my friend who I was dining with is half Greek and he said it was one of the best he'd had). I did find the Melitzanosalata (eggplant dip) that I had to start heavy on the garlic but that is my only bit of critical feedback. Prices are reasonable with dinner for two (3 courses and a Greek beer each) costing US$79. The Greek Beer 'Hillas' was very good too. So thanks again to Dimitri and his brother for feeding us and making my Greek birthday dinner possible... I recommend "Greek To Me".
4.5 based on 390 reviews
Two couples had an excellent meal and great time with good food and superb service. Without reservations the wait time was 1:45 which indicates the popularity or the place. Plenty of space to wait and a hostess named Carlie to get you wine from the bar to make the wait pleasant. Everyone as you leave are asked "was everything wonderful". and they really want to know. The manager stopped to make sure the birthday boy was served and a picture taken. It was delivered before the check..
4.5 based on 434 reviews
Everytime we are in Denver we go here because we usually stay on the south side. Food always prepared well. Wait staff are attentive.
Negative is how patrons are treated like sardines in a can. Once seated almost impossible to move from table. Require guests at other tables to move to get up.
4 based on 326 reviews
We had dinner reservations during the week and were seated right away. Waitress was very friendly and attentive. Brought our drinks quickly along with the warm yummy rolls! Food was excellent with big portions. We especially love the white chocolate brownie desert!!!
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