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Like meat? Dig gory reminders of hunting sprees? You'll feel at home at the Exchange.
This historic and famous steakhouse is set in a rustic building adorned with an amazing collection of mounted animal trophy heads, guns, and Wild West memorabilia.
Rumor has it that Buffalo Bill was to the Buckhorn what Norm Peterson was to Cheers. But if hunting makes you queasy, don't enter this Denver landmark and taxidermy shrine, where more... Full review →
In the same rickety premises where it was established in 1893, this landmark restaurant displays its Colorado Liquor License No. 1 above the 140-year-old bar in the upstairs saloon. Full review →
Where else can you dine in a combination restaurant/saloon/history museum under the gaze of a forest full of big game --- while nibbling on the creatures' late relatives?. Full review →
If you’ve been waiting to try Rocky Mountain oysters, you’re in the right place. Full review →
Like Theodore Roosevelt and his contemporaries, diners at Denver's oldest restaurant can try elk, pheasant and rattlesnake in the company of more than 500 animal trophies and 125 guns at this historic (1893) eatery.
On every “history buff's” “bucket list” is this “landmark” Lincoln Park steakhouse (established 1893), which doubles as a “Wild West” museum where “countless” mounted “critters” “stare... Full review →