A sharp modern American take on a meatball and spaghetti restaurant with a steakhouse twist, Quality Italian is one of Denver’s hottest spots for dinner, lunch, and weekend brunch. A simple Thursday night can bring in some 170 guests, eager to sip cocktails like the popular Pocket Dial, a vodka-based drink made with St. Germain, fresh cucumber, and basil in the homey yet contemporary dining room.
When it comes to food, diners keep on ordering cool crazy creations like the Quality chicken parm, a chicken parmiggiana dish in the shape of a pizza made for two or more to enjoy, and the spicy lobster rigatoni alla vodka. Both include trendy elements of table-side service which guests really enjoy.
According to the team at the Cherry Creek restaurant, the veal filet mignon alla Marsala nero is their most underrated dish. A unique play on the classic Veal Marsala, this version features veal filet mignon seasoned with a spice mix made with black trumpet mushrooms, then served over a creamy shitake-Marsala sauce, topped with fresh mushrooms, pickled black trumpet mushrooms and parmesan.