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Denver-where to eat?

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by BigChuck73, Aug 19, 2012.

  1. BigChuck73

    BigChuck73 Registered Lurk

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    Headed to Denver for two days on business. I have a really nice per idem. Please suggest a great place for dinner
     
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    Ted turners Montana grill and Del Friscos steak house!
     
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    tehan2 NRA & GOAL

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    oh, and if you're staying north of the city...the hideaway steak house is great too.

    If you want to make the trip up to Boulder....(it's only 30 minutes ish) I'm a fan of Salt and Coltera
     
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    If you have a car, The Fort (in Morrison, just west of town but an easy drive) is great, and good views of the city. It's near Red Rocks Park. I see someone recommended the Buckhorn, which gets a big +1, especially if you're on expense account. Also consider Elway's and the Denver Chop House.

    If I know preferred cuisine and part of town I can make more specific recommendations.
     
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    10mm Sonny

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    My suggestions have already been said.
    The Buckhorn
    The Fort
    Elway's

    also, Bull & Bush
     
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    rockymtnhorror

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    Sonny-
    The Bull and Bush is being remodeled. The bar is still open, but the kitchen is closed for the duration as they're expanding it along with the brewery. They're bringing in food trucks occasionally, but it just ain't the same.

    They should be done in about another six weeks or so. I have a hankering for some of their green and a burger.
     
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    When you're in Denver and order a 'Denver omelet' do you just say 'omelet'?
     
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    I worked at The Fort back in the 80s and 90s I would have reccommeded it then but the last two times I have eaten there I was sorely dissapointed. Hopefully it has improved again as it is a wonderfull environment to eat in.
     
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    Hanabi in Lakewood.
     
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    tadbart duuuuude.

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    one more for Buckhorn.

    the Golden Buff in Boulder has the best breakfast I think I've ever eaten.