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Denver Restaurants


Denver Steakhouses

Brook’s Steak House located at 6538 S. Yosemite Circle in Greenwood Village serves the finest USDA Prime Steaks, Colorado Lamb, and South Australian Lobster available. They have been recognized as one of the Top Ten Steak Houses in America numerous times by various sources.  They are easily the most renowned steakhouse in all of Denver and if you add Brook’s award-winning wine list of over 1200 wines from around the world will surely please the most discriminating palate. From the moment you enter the restaurant, you will feel the difference only an independently owned restaurant can offer with friendly, accommodating service, and the freshest food flown in daily.

Morton’s Steakhouse in Denver located at 1710 Wynkoop Street has been serving generous portions of USDA prime aged beef, as well as fresh fish, lobster and chicken entrée for many years. Morton’s is famous for its animated signature tableside menu presentation: steaks, whole Maine lobsters and other main course selections, along with fresh vegetables, are presented on a cart rolled to your table, where the server displays and describes each menu item in appetizing and entertaining detail. The menu, which is the same at all national locations, features a variety of favorite cuts, including a 24 ounce porterhouse, which is the house specialty; a 20 ounce New York sirloin and a 14 ounce double cut filet. If you are there on the right night try Morton’s Prime Rib, which is double cut, served bone-in and roasted to a perfect medium rare.

Steakhouse 10 located at 3517 S Elati St in Englewood is one of the most unique steakhouses in all of Denver if not the country.  It has a Greek influence owned by three brothers from Greece.  It seems as if everything on the menu is absolutely delicious but worthy starters include the signature saganaki, imported kasseri cheese, fried and flamed with brandy, garlic-kissed escargot bathed in butter, and a vibrantly fresh Greek salad frolicking with kalamata olives, pepperoncinis and feta cheese.  With so many different cuts of beef, it might take quite awhile to make a decision. The filet mignon is brought to the table still sitting in its crimson juices, the salt and peppered New York strip comes crowned in a flavorful peppercorn sauce, and a crisply charred rib eye is fork-tender. Main dishes are all served with seasonal vegetables, a bulging baked potato or garlic mashers, and either a cup of the house made soup or a simple mixed salad. If you have room after the hearty meal, one would have to recommend the Death by Chocolate cake as a finish.

The Keg Steakhouse & Bar located at 1890 Wynkoop St in Denver serves the finest cuts of succulent steak, aged for tenderness and grilled to perfection. Prime rib is a Keg specialty, slow roasted, hand carved and perfectly seasoned with special Keg spices. The restaurant also serves delicious seafood, memorable appetizers, crisp salads and decadent desserts. A casual ambiance and friendly, very knowledgeable staff are proud and reliable trademarks of The Keg Steakhouse & Bar. You’ll find a truly comfortable and satisfying dining atmosphere accompanied by a fun and up-scale bar setting where guests can enjoy an excellent wine list, signature Keg martinis, and fresh squeezed juice cocktails.

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle located at 8100 E Orchard Rd in Greenwood Village features bona fide prime beef, the meat is aged to perfection, hand cut and then perfectly prepared and served to hungry diners. Steaks seem slightly smaller than the size of your head with favorites running the range of 12-ounce filets, fork-tender prime rib, and a 24-ounce Porterhouse and spunky peppercorn steak. The sides come a la carte with a variety of unique potato concoctions from mashers to crunchy skillet potatoes. In addition to steak, there are plenty of seafood and fresh vegetable options to choose from.
1515 Market Grill located at 1515 Market St in Denver entices diners with low lighting, a romantic atmosphere, and tantalizing grilled meat and fresh seafood dishes. This steakhouse serves up some great starters such as, the Maryland crab cakes or duck leg confute. You can follow them up with sizzling beef tenderloin accompanied by vegetable gratin and leek frites, or maybe some of there more unique entrée choices such as, the smoked venison, duck breast, Kobe sirloin, or lamb shank.

Elway’s Steakhouse located at 2500 E 1st Ave in Denver is the brainchild of legendary Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway.  Elway’s offers juicy, well-cooked steaks including the 20 oz. porterhouse and comforting side dishes like creamy Yukon mashed potatoes. Seafood options can also be had, most notably the delicious coconut shrimp. Desserts here are also very creative included a version of the chocolate Ding Dong and do-it-yourself S’mores.