It’s 20,000 square feet of sheer entertainment that runs the spectrum of food, drink, sports, music, games, dancing, private parties and gatherings. All under one roof, ViewHouse in Centennial is a one-stop-shop for myriad social respites.
Director of Marketing Amanda Gillie explains that the blueprint to the new property stems from revisions and expansion from their downtown location. A larger space, an extended menu and various promotions and events are just a few of the tweaks in transforming the Centennial property into something for everyone.
From $3 happy hour options and bottle service on request to reserved rooms for private events and a separate dining room for more of a family gathering atmosphere, ViewHouse prides itself on its energy, wonderful fare and libation coupled with value that is thoughtful to their patrons’ bank account.
Case in point, they’ve picked a variety of popular traditional and local wines that they offer their guests at a great value both by glass and by the bottle. Wines range from $6-$20 a glass and $18-$250 per bottle.
For the true wine connoisseur, ViewHouse features high end brands like Nickel & Nickel, Silver Oak and Far Niente. To give an example of the value offered, the Silver Oak varietal they have usually goes for around $240 at restaurants. ViewHouse offers it at $160. That value carries over into the Happy Hour menu offering the Sterling Vinters Collection at just $5 a glass, which is usually priced at $12 a glass. They also offer popular brands like Cupcake, Chateau St. Jean, La Crema and Layer Cake at the $5 and $7 level on the Happy Hour menu.
Chef Jose Guerrero has made a commitment to provide a local and organic premium product, all the while offering the most delectable dishes available ranging from hot seared salmon and New York Strip to chicken + waffles and wood-fire oven pizza.
One of the cooking mantras Guerrero has proudly implemented is the “Never Ever Program.” This structure ensures that none of the cuisine includes any antibiotics, hormones or by-products. The campaign is also an opportunity to showcase locally rooted companies who provide the kitchen’s premium products such as Aspen Ridge Beef, Denver’s Continental Sausage and Red Bird Farms.
The downstairs bar area is a dream-come-true for any sports fan featuring a television the size of your garage door that headlines the space. Gillie explains that the layout allows patrons the view of at least three televisions from their seats which is quite the luxury on game days of any kind. The number of servers and bartenders are plentiful so the turnaround time from a drink or food order is equally swift.
The game room features everything from ping pong and billiards to poker and pinball and makes for an ideal destination for the kids or just the young at heart.
Upstairs showcases the “view” in ViewHouse with stunning looks of the Front Range. Inside and outside seating are available and come nightfall, a DJ and dancing offer a scene for those looking to boogie.
Should you wander outside, yet another world awaits. Volleyball, horse shoes, cornhole, patio seating, a fire pit as well as a stage for live entertainment offers another environment to the property that caters to your fun and enjoyment.
Filling a void long needed in this neighborhood, ViewHouse in Centennial truly offers something for everyone. Whether you’re taking advantage of their extensive resources for banquets, holiday parties and charity events or a front row seat for the big game with thoughtful food and drink creations at your disposal, it’s definitely the spot that houses quite the view.