Best Denver Steakhouses: Try These Restaurants Where Steak is King

Trying to find the top Steakhouses in Denver? 10Best has you covered. We have have searched the metro area and found a steakhouse for every taste. The Mile High City has historic steakhouses, such as Buckhorn Exchange, where western game is also a staple on the ever-popular menu. But Denver is a contemporary, food-oriented city, too. We embrace our history but keep moving forward. At newer restaurants such as Guard and Grace and LoHi SteakBar, a sleeker aesthetic prevails along with menus that offer a fresh take on traditional steakhouse dishes. There are steakhouses in the heart of the city, including The Capital Grille, Edge Restaurant & Bar and The Palm. Some of the city's eclectic neighborhoods also have their own steakhouses, such as Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House in the south part of town near the Denver Tech Center. Just slightly farther afield, the one-of-a-kind Fort Restaurant sits near the dramatic red-rock formations in Morrison and offers an ambiance that captures the larger-than-life appeal of the Great American West. What that all boils down to is this: We've done the legwork and you have 10 amazing steakhouses to choose from. 

The Fort Restaurant

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...  Read More

This chain originated in Brazil and remains extremely popular there. But that doesn't mean the menu is not inventive and delicious. For steak lovers there's rib eye, top sirloin, bottom sirloin, beef ribs and prime sirloin. If steak isn't for...  Read More

Denver ChopHouse & Brewery

Kansas City strip, New York strip, bone-in ribeye, Porter House—this is a place where steak lovers get their choice of steaks for dinner, as well as their choice of preparations, including Oscar, gorgonzola and Diane. There's also a prime...  Read More

The Palm Restaurant in downtown Denver reopened April 2016 after a major remodel, giving it a fresher, more contemporary look in which to enjoy the same delectable steaks and other dishes it's known for. The Palm, located inside the Westin...  Read More

Among the steaks on offer are flatiron, New York strip and filet mignon, served up with chimichurri, garlic-herb butter, blue-cheese butter or Lohi seasoning, depending on your preference. You can also add green peppercorn sauce, scallops, a...  Read More

Capital Grille - Denver

A 14-oz dry-aged New York strip, 22-oz. bone-in ribeye and 24-oz dry-aged Porterhouse are among the steak offerings, but there's also lobster mac 'n cheese for the comfort-food crowd and sushi-grade sesame-seared tuna for those who prefer...  Read More

EDGE Restaurant & Bar at Four Seasons Hotel Denver

A self-titled "progressive American steakhouse," Edge is sleek and sophisticated as befits its location in the elegant Four Seasons Hotel Denver. Meats here are fire grilled over pecan wood and the contemporary upscale menu offers more than 200...  Read More

Golden Triangle

Operating since 1893, the Buckhorn Exchange offers an ambiance that evokes days of old, especially if your old days involved hunting and taxidermy. That said, this is one of Denver's most authentic and historic restaurants, and a dream-come-true...  Read More

Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House

This uber popular Greenwood Village eatery is located near the Denver Tech Center and often frequented by high-powered businesspeople and local celebrities. Nevertheless, it also makes an ideal choice for any steak lover, and perhaps especially...  Read More

Guard and Grace
Photo courtesy of Guard and Grace

Chef Troy Guard of TAG fame opened Guard and Grace in April 2014. Steaks are front and center in this 9,000-square-foot modern space, with an emphasis on wood-fired options—and not just steaks. In addition to prime, Angus and grass-fed cuts...  Read More


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