Rebecca Feder
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1. My Brother's Bar 2376 15th St, Denver, CO 80202 (Highland)

One of the oldest bars in Denver, this laid-back local fave serves great burgers, and's known for playing classical music and selling... waitforit... Girl Scout cookies by the hundreds every year. So go get those Samoas!

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2. Elway's Downtown 1881 Curtis St, Denver, CO 80202 (Cbd)

Elway's Downtown location, nestled snugly into The Ritz-Carlton Denver, serves up a seasonally rotating menu and an extensive wine list in an atmosphere as chic and sophisticated as The Ritz Carlton itself. Their bone-in filet is the choicest plate, even if the meat isn't actually choice, because clearly Mr. Elway wouldn't accept anything less than all USDA Prime hand-cut steak. If you're worried that won't be enough protein, lamb chops dipped in green chili cheese fondue make for a fine start.

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3. LoHi SteakBar 3200 Tejon St, Denver, CO 80211 (Highland)

A neighborhood spot with a solid happy hour, great burgers and steaks, daily brunch from 10a-3p, and affordable eats specials.

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4. Steve's Snappin' Dogs 3525 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206 (City Park)

When you want a seriously good dog in Denver, hit up Steve's Snappin' Dogs which's been voted Best Hot Dogs for 5+ years. They've also got a whole slew of burgers, sides, shakes, and more on the menu.

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5. Steuben's Food Service 523 E 17th Ave, Denver, CO 80203 (Uptown)

Steuben's, an old-school diner with sophistication, serves good ol' American comfort food in Uptown Denver. Class it up with a cayenne etouffee or get down and dirty with some gravy fries.



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