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