Top 10 Prime Steakhouses in Denver
Trying to find the best Steakhouses in Denver? 10Best has you covered. Our editors and locals search the city and suburbs for the top places. Then, we showcase popular restaurants like Elway's, and we highlight eateries with great user reviews, like Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House. We also help you find areas where Steakhouses are prominent - for example at the Keg Restaurant & Steakhouse in Lodo, for example - so that you not only get terrific dining recommendations, but you also have choices to boot. After all, if you're going to eat, you may as well do it right and take advantage of Denver's best.
Local Expert Tip: "A vibrant neighborhood steakhouse only open for dinner, perfect for special occasions! Wine list is impressive here, even more impressive is hand-shaken martinis."
Local Expert Tip: "USDA Prime beef served here is always stellar, but equally impressive is Colorado Lamb."
- Cuisine: American, European, Italian, Steakhouse
- Average Main Course Price: $33
- Neighborhood: Lodo (Lower Downtown)
Local Expert Tip: "The Palm stands out with its USDA Prime beef, corn fed, hand-selected and aged a minimum of 35 days. Abundant marbling makes the beef more tender, juicy and flavorful. "
Local Expert Tip: "You can also enjoy a superb steak at their new location on Concourse A in the Denver International Airport. "
Local Expert Tip: "Step out of your comfort zone as it's worth the drive! If you're looking for a deal, Monday - Friday Early Bird Special: 4-6 pm: Buy one prime rib dinner at the regular price, get second prime rib dinner 1/2 off."
Local Expert Tip: "Always crowded and you'll drop some big bucks here. However, check their website as they often offer "deals" such as "Power Couple Dinner for $99" and Sunday night specials."
Local Expert Tip: "Free valet parking for restaurant guests of ELWAY'S Downtown, the Ritz-Carlton Denver's signature restaurant. Elways is known for its fine selection of USDA prime beef, and the prime rib is simply amazing. Get there early as the prime is usually the first beef to run out. "
Local Expert Tip: "A National Historic Landmark and Western Museum, the Buckhorn Exchange has operated since 1893, making it to the oldest restaurant with the oldest liquor license (Number One) in Denver. Sample your own piece of Buckhorn Exchange history at the upstairs bar by ordering a Buffalo Bill, a whiskey and apple juice favored by Buffalo Bill himself, when he stopped by to visit his friend Shorty Scout."
- Cuisine: American, Burger, Regional, Seafood, Steakhouse
- Average Main Course Price: $30
- Neighborhood: Downtown
Local Expert Tip: "Save room for the Tavern's bread pudding!"
Local Expert Tip: "Start with the Keg's Caesar salad, one of the best in denver, and then move on the melt-in-your-mouth tender Prime Rib!"
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