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Buckhorn Exchange

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The Fort

Buckhorn Exchange and The Fort are both praised by professionals. On balance, Buckhorn Exchange is preferred by most professionals compared to The Fort. Buckhorn Exchange has a TripExpert Score of 81 with positive reviews from 8 reviews including Gayot, Lonely Planet and Zagat.

Buckhorn Exchange and The Fort are both praised by professionals. On balance, Buckhorn Exchange is preferred by most professionals compared to The Fort. Buckhorn Exchange has a TripExpert Score of 81 with positive reviews from 8 reviews including Gayot, Lonely Planet and Zagat.

tripexpert score
81
#7 in Denver
location

1000 Osage St, Denver, CO 80204-3918

endorsements
  • 8 endorsements
  • 6

    Fodor's

    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 →

  • 1

    Frommer's 33

    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 →

  • 21

    Gayot 12.0

    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 →

  • 11

    Michelin Guide

    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.

  • 19

    Zagat 4.2

    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 →

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80
#14 in Denver

19192 Hwy. 8, Morrison, CO 80465

  • 5 endorsements
  • 6

    Fodor's Tick Choice

    This adobe structure, complete with flickering luminarias and a pinyon-pine bonfire in the courtyard, is a perfect reproduction of Bent's Fort, a Colorado fur-trade center. Full Review →

  • 1

    Frommer's 34

    The Fort built its reputation on high-quality, low-cholesterol buffalo, of which it claims to serve the largest variety and greatest quantity of any restaurant in the world. Full Review →

  • 21

    Gayot 14.0

    Founder Sam Arnold’s daughter, Holly Arnold Kinney, now owns what may be the ultimate destination for the person hungry for wild western culinary culture. Full Review →

  • 11

    Michelin Guide

    Housed in an adobe replica of 5outheast Colorado's Bent's Fort, this Denver institution perches amid the area's famed red-rock terrain.

  • 19

    Zagat 4.3

    “If you want to pretend you're back in the Wild West”, this “replica of Bent's Old Fort” in Morrison is a “fun, educational experience” centered on a regional American menu featuring... Full Review →

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