Denver, CO 80202
Epernay opened in early 2013 right in front of the Denver Performing Arts Complex, a place that can certainly use spots that serve stylish, quick snacks before and after shows. And Epernay definitely has the stylish down: The dining room features frosted glass, a bamboo divider and a wall-sized underwater photo that makes you feel like you've jumped into a four-star aquarium. But the servers frequently seem to be underwater, too. Sushi is a mainstay on this menu, but it also features New American dishes and French accents. After all, Epernay is the champagne capital of France, and the restaurant serves what's billed as the largest selection of sparkling wine in the city.
Tips from foursquare
my plate was a palette of decadent delicate deliciousness..champagne tickled my tongue the sake karate chopped my senses
The Old Fashion has a great twist and the Champagne and sugar cube is unique and fast. Ask for Chris!
Loved it! Great sushi, loved the staff!
Order happy hour drinks at the bar. If you order from the table, you're charged the full price.
Really Nice, but wear your standing shoes.
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