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  • Cuisine: American
  • Accepts Credit Card: Yes
  • Parking : N/A
  • Atmosphere: N/A
  • Take Reservations: Yes
  • Serves Alcohol: N/A
  • Smoking Allowed: No

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Hornet is a American restaurant. It's located at 82 Broadway in Denver, CO .  

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  • Dinner 10% off your total dinner - expired
  • Early Bird Dinner Special 15% off from 3pm to 5:30pm - Expired
  • 10% off lunch with printable coupons - Expired
  • Here are a few things people have to say in reviews about Hornet in Denver:
  • You gotta go there for the American
  • The staff at Hornet is so friendly
  • The freshest cheapest American in Denver.
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  • Anonymous







    I love the food at this place. Every time I have visited, I've sat with friends at a tempenyaki table. For those who don't know about this, it's a table surrounding a grill on 3 sides. Your chef prepares the food right in front of you. Each time I have been there, it has been a different chef, and they all have been superb. Not only do they create the most amazing food, but they provide incredible entertainment value as well, as they do acrobatic tricks with kitchen utensils and your soon-to-be-devoured food. The prices are about what one would expect --- a bit pricey, but not too expensive for a nice dinner. As I recall, the vegetarian entrees ran around $12-$15, and the meat and seafood fare would be in the $22-$28 range. I do believe my favorite part of the dining experience there are the sake bombs. They pour you shot of sake (Japanese grain alcohol) and place it across 2 chopsticks, precariously laid across the top of a half-filled glass of beer. They have everyone at the table (willing to participate of course) count to 3 in japanese, slam their fists on the table (thus knocking the shot of sake into the beer), and drink. First one to finish, wins. We've even managed to get the chef and waitress in on the game. It's quite entertaining, if not a tad on the messy side. Anyway, I absolutely love the food, the atmosphere, and the staff. I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone wanting to go out for a nice, unqiue dinner in the Iowa City area.

    Overall Rating


    "Amazing "