With warm decor, great service and wonderful food, we’ve fallen in love with Chinook Tavern. Located in Greenwood Village, it’s a perfect place to entertain clients for lunch, or great for a special evening out. Be prepared for a welcoming comfortable and memorable dining experience. Let’s take a look.
The food from the kitchen is every bit as warm as the decor. German born, trained at the Culinary Institute of Hyde Park, Chef Markus Georg has crafted a menu featuring a line of dishes inspired by classic European cuisine. You’ll find traditional Jaeger Schnitzel along with clever contemporary dishes.
I ordered the Farmers Salad: house cut smoked apple wood bacon, hard boiled egg, petite tomato, with Amish Gorgonzola and Champagne vinaigrette. Topped with blackened shrimp, it was a delicious lunch.
Co-worker Coey and client Carl, ordered the special that day, house made pasta, with scallops and shrimp in a Pomodoro sauce, sprinkled with perfect little clover leaves. You must save room for their house made desserts. We split the tirimisu fortressed in sheets of rich dark chocolate. Exquisite.
We found Chinook Tavern to be casual, fun and a culinary treat. When Hubs and I returned for lunch, he ordered the Jaeger Schniztel which was divine. When we inquired whether it was pork or veal, we were informed they served pork or lunch and veal for dinner.
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- Lettuce Wrap Recipe - 2009