Mister Tuna
Splashy New American kitchen & bar
New American · River North Art District · $$$
Troy Guard (TAG, Los Chingones) celebrates his Hawaiian upbringing at this sexy spin on the bar and grill in RiNo's Industry building, where the eclectic New American menu highlights wood-fired meat and seafood dishes. The long, high-ceilinged space brims with energy, flanked by a patio and a counter facing the open kitchen.
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hours Open Today · 4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
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Monday
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Tuesday
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Wednesday
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Thursday
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Friday
4:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Saturday
5:00 PM - 10:30 PM
location 3033 Brighton Boulevard, Denver, CO 80216, USA phone +1 303-831-8862 website www.mistertuna.com directions Get Directions
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4.5
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Nothing short of spectacular. Chef Troy Guard has created an innovative and exciting menu. There are truly no items on the menu that are not worth trying. The setting is hip with quite amazing (and loud) music. Any of their specialty drinks are outstanding and high quality (impulsive sour and rino city excellent). A must visit if looking for a truly unique meal in Denver.
Ben Miller · January 5, 2018
Once upon a time this was my favorite place I had ever worked. The music was bumpin. The kitchen was innovating. The management was involved and helpful and fun. Now it's just a cool space that has the feeling that people working there are just holding on for dear life. The menu has become stale. The music is ridiculously awful. I loved working with nearly every person that works there and won't quickly forget the great memories that i created there.
Jeremiah Noonan · January 4, 2018
What can I say? This place is heading downhill quickly. I've been here 3 times. The first two times were uh-mazing. I ate here last Friday and the experience was just awful. My favorite dish, the king crab, was changed and not for the better. My steak was over cooked. My server was very pleasant. The music was some awful electronic elevator music that seemed to just get louder and louder. When I asked to speak with a manager my server told me that she was in the office and would be out shortly. She didn't come over for over 25 minutes. While chatting with my server about this later on he said that they have gone through a manager change and everyone is still getting used to her style. That's a big red flag for me. During her visit to my table she was short with me. Didn't offer any sort of compensation or reason to come back. I was quite turned off by the changes. The management has always been extremely friendly. The food has always been great. The service always top notch. I will no longer be coming to mister tuna or any other tag restaurant as long as this is the way things are going. This is the first time posting a review but that should you just how bad this experience and perceived decline of this place is.
Peter Fromhouse · January 1, 2018