From the Snack Bar to the Tavern, the formal dining of 1884 to the casual dining of the Pub, The Denver Athletic Club offers a dining option for everyone.
The Tavern/1884 offers something for everyone. We have a Breakfast Buffet for those on the go, and an a la carte menu for those who have time to enjoy Eggs Benedict, or Huevos Rancheros. Our Lunch Buffet is just as convenient if you need a workout, shower, and lunch in an hour. Our a la carte lunch menu has so much to choose from. Try our Buffalo Burger, or Dominic's Cobb Salad sometime. Dinner time is a great time to visit the Tavern/1884 or the Pub. Every evening, Monday-Friday, we have specials that offer a delectable experience at an exceptional value. We have been told that out Filet of Beef is the best in town. Our friendly and accommodating staff looks forward to seeing you soon.
Please call 720.931.6763 for information or questions on The Tavern or The Pub.
Experience the casual elegance and great service of the Tavern and 1884. The history of The Denver Athletic Club surrounds you as you dine on Chef Dominic's culinary creations... make sure to take a peek at our vast wine list.
Monday-Friday | Breakfast: 7:00am-9:00am | Lunch: 11:30am-2:00pm | Dinner: 5:00pm-9:00pm
*Ala carte menu available 7:00am-9:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
How about a game of Snookers and snacks, or a place to relax after a hard day's work, or a hard workout. The Pub offers fresh popped popcorn and shares the same menu and specials as the Tavern/1884. We have three HD TVs that you can watch just about any game or sporting event. Join us for the refreshment of your choice served by our familiar bartending staff.
The Snack Bar
Need a quick and convenient lunch or maybe a revitalizing smoothie? Come visit the Snack Bar for all your on the go needs. From wraps to sushi, energy drinks to candy bars, the Snack Bar is your one-stop shop.
The DAC Dress Code:
The Denver Athletic Club building is a mixed-use facility. DAC has a long history of providing athletic as well as social and dining opportunities for its members and their guests. It is difficult to set specific rules for attire suitable to all areas of the clubhouse. As such, The Board of Directors relies upon your integrity as a DAC member to self-regulate appropriate types of dress for yourself, your family, and your guests when participating in the various functions DAC offers. When dining your appearance and attire is part of the ambiance of the room and set a tone for the dining experience of others. While club employees will be most willing to answer questions about appropriate attire for specific areas The Board asks that members not put employees in the awkward position of having to inform a member or guest that their attire is inappropriate. Thank you.
The following are general guidelines for expected levels-of-dress in areas of the club: The pool area: appropriate swimwear; appropriate cover-ups & foot-wear when walking between distant locker rooms and the pool. The athletic areas, snack bar, and Snookers: workout or sports attire including shirts & shoes or dressier. Indoor cycling areas: bicycle shoes in the spin-class room only. The Tavern: casual attire or dressier (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and family dining). 1884: true business-casual attire or dressier (newly revised for elegant dining).
The DAC Cell Phone Policy:
Cell phone conversations may be conducted in the hallways, lounge areas, atrium, snack bar, business center, and locker rooms of the clubhouse. As a courtesy to fellow DAC members and their guests cell phone users are requested to refrain from speaking on cell phones in the dining, bar, workout, and social areas of the club. Please put your phone on silent mode when in these areas and move to an appropriate speaking area when placing or taking a call. Thank you.
(Note: Text messaging does not impact other club members therefore the H&C Committee agreed that this behavior is acceptable.)