Racines is a Denver restaurant serving American cuisine since 1983. Racines is located between Cherry Creek shopping area and the downtown area of Denver, close to many attractions such as the Denver Mint, Library, Museum, Colorado State Capitol, etc.
Racines is one of the Denver restaurants that are open late at night until midnight on Wednesday to Saturday, and until 11 pm on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. On Monday to Friday, they open at 7 am, and they open at 8 am on Saturday and Sunday. Racines serves brunch on weekends from 8 am to 3 pm.
Reservations are recommended for a party of four by calling Racines directly. Racines has a patio area for dining, and the dress code is casual. This Denver restaurant has also take-out available. Racines website, linked here, provides good driving directions to this Denver restaurant. Their parking is also free at their parking garage.
Click here to see the breakfast menu. There are a lot of choices in the menu. One good option would be the “American Breakfast” made with two eggs, a buttermilk biscuit, and potatoes for $4.99. Another good possibility is their “California Omelette”, made with three eggs, tomatoes, black olives, guacamole, with white cheddar cheese on top. This omelette comes with a buttermilk biscuit and potatoes and it costs $7.99.
The brunch menu can be seen by clicking here. The “Ham, Broccoli and Swiss Omelette” is one of the many brunch choices available at this Denver restaurant. This three-egg brunch omelet is prepared with broccoli florets, Swiss cheese, and smoked ham. This brunch choice comes with a buttermilk biscuit and potatoes for a price of $7.99. From the many sandwich choices on the brunch menu, one brunch choice might be the “Hot Turkey Sandwich”, made with roasted turkey breast on sourdough bread, and served open-faced. This brunch sandwich is served with vegetables, cranberry sauce, turkey gravy, and mashed potatoes, for $9.99.
To view Racines’ lunch and dinner menu, you may click here. To start the lunch or dinner, one could start with the “Classic Chef Salad” made with a mixture of many greens, turkey, ham, Swiss cheese, cheddar, hard-boiled egg, black olives and tomato, for $8.99. A simple sandwich choice could also be the “Grilled Ham and Cheese”, made with Swiss cheese, and sliced ham on rye bread for $6.99. All sandwiches come with your choice of soup, potatoes, tomatoes, vegetables, coleslaw, etc., however a side salad is at additional cost.
For dinner, one item from the “Specialties” list might be the “New York Strip Steak” for $18.99. The steak is cooked slowly for better flavor, and it comes with one choice of vegetables or potato, and Boursin cheese served on the side.
Racines in Denver has also a nice kids’ menu, which you can view by clicking here. The menu items all cost $3.99 and they range from the “Mini Combo Breakfast” with one egg, toast with sausage or bacon, to the “Chicken Strips” chicken breasts, served with fries.
In the event any internet link does not work, go to Racines homepage, to find any updated links. Also, you may have to call this Denver restaurant for updated prices and menu items, as they may change.
650 Sherman Street
Denver, Colorado 80203