Steakhouses: The Fort may be most famous for all the buffalo it serves–thousands of entrees annually, including buffalo steaks–but the menu also includes elk, quail, salmon, duck and, of course, beef. But what sets the Fort apart is its history: it was built as a tribute to Bent's Fort on the Santa Fe Trail, and it celebrates the spirit and culture of the American West, especially the Native American tribes that once thrived here. All of the recipes are based on ingredients that were available in the 1830s, when Bent's Fort was a center of trade. The Fort is one-of-a-kind, named on the National Register of Historic Places, and only a 30-minute drive from downtown Denver. If you have a celebration going on, order Champagne; your server may take the cork off with a saber.
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