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STK Denver1550 Market Street, Denver, CO 80202
The STK brand relishes in the fact that it's not a conventional steakhouse concept. While polished and offering premium dishes, a wine menu and more, it caters to a stylish, uber-trendy crowd.
Elway's Downtown4 locations in Denver
Longtime friends John Elway and Tim Schmidt teamed up for this local steakhouse chain based in Colorado. Locations are in Cherry Creek, downtown Denver, Denver International Airport and Vail. It's named in honor of Elway, who's a popular Denver fixture and NFL Hall of Fame inductee, former star quarterback for the Denver Broncos
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
Fleming's has dubbed its happy-hour program "Five Six Seven," thus attracting a fairly sophisticated and professional crowd looking to wind down after a long day's work. It consists of food and drink specials, starting at $6 each, that are offered between 5 and 7pm.
Former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan gets a touchdown for his eponymous steakhouse located in the heart of Denver. Shanahan's is a great example of a contemporary steakhouse, from its sprawling interior to rich leather booths and chairs, indicating that diners will experience luxury.
The famed Midwestern steakhouse chain heads west. Eddie Merlot's is named in honor of a passionate wine enthusiast, whose favorite vino was merlot--of course. Diners can count on an exceptional wine selection at this Englewood, Colo., outpost, which includes Eddie Merlot's own brand of merlot as well as syrahs, zinfandels and pinot noirs.
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille
The Denver area's first-ever Perry's Steakhouse & Grille is at the Park Meadows shopping center, which is approximately five miles outside of the Mile-High City in Lone Tree. The meat-centric eatery, a Dallas import, is best known for its pork chop, which is carved table side.
Guard and Grace
Located in the prominent landmark building in the heart of downtown Denver, Guard and Grace is named after the chef's daughter. Chef/owner Troy Guard puts his own spin on the contemporary steakhouse scene, which features dinner nightly and lunch during the week for the district's well-heeled business crowd.
Denver's first-ever steakhouse is still going strong and has been serving prime steaks and more since 1893. Buckhorn Exchange is only about five minutes from downtown Denver--in the city's oldest neighborhood of Curtis Park. In addition to being honored as a National Historic Landmark, the steakhouse is home to the Western Museum.
Ocean Prime, the modern American restaurant and lounge, is a concept from renowned restaurateur Cameron Mitchell. This tony outpost is located in downtown Denver at Larimer Square, which is considered one of the city's most historic neighborhoods. The location was also chosen as editor’s pick for “Best Seafood” by the Denver-based 5280 magazine.
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Luxury Denver destination Cherry Creek Shopping Center is a magnet for fashionistas, who come to scoop up the latest at the likes of BCBG, Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany. For sustenance, of course, there are a number of restaurants catering to high-end tastes.