“Denver's oldest restaurant”
Denver’s original steakhouse, The Buckhorn Exchange is located in the city’s oldest neighborhood, just 5-minutes from downtown Denver -- with a light-rail stop right across the street. This National Historic Landmark and Western Museum has been serving the finest in Old West fare since 1893. Prime grade beef steaks, buffalo prime rib, elk, salmon, quail, game hen, and succulent baby-back pork ribs are just some of the marvelous offerings on the Buckhorn menu. Exotic appetizers such as alligator tail and buffalo sausage are available, and no dinner is complete without the house specialty, Rocky Mountain Oysters. For lunch we serve up a lighter fare including our renowned Grandma Fanny’s pot roast sandwich, enormous beef and buffalo burgers, bratwurst or rib platters, main course salads, and the Buckhorn’s famous bean soup. For dessert, the hot Dutch apple pie ala mode with cinnamon rum sauce, or the double-chocolate Rocky Road brownie are sinful experiences that will forever remind you of your visit to the one and only Buckhorn Exchange. Whether a quiet dinner for two, birthday, anniversary or an office celebration, we strongly recommend reservations. So call today for a unique -- and tasty -- historical Old West experience! Featured on Bizarre Foods America.
Cool hangout and interesting food. It's great if you are a meat lover
We went there to try the famous Rocky Mountain Oysters and were not disappointed!!
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The Buckhorn Exchange
- Mon - Thu: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Fri: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Sat: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Sun: 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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