Sometimes the best things in life are hidden from view, and other times, you can essentially just see Katy Perry's entire boob. For a meatery keeping its goods better concealed, check out Hideaway Steakhouse.
A just-opened beef bistro tucked into the "secluded oasis" of a Westminster grove, Hideaway's chef'd by a 10+ year Denver food vet and features an all-booth 50-seat dining room whose darkwood tables play host to "fantastically marbled", locally sourced Angus (raised sans antibiotics/hormones), and inventive protein plates that elevate it above a standard meat and potatoes joint, which's also what Sizzler employees toke on their smoke breaks. No-nonsense cuts range from a 24oz porterhouse, to a 16oz free-range veal chop, to an 18oz dry-aged bone-in ribeye, all of which're handcut in-house, charcoal grilled, and can be ordered with sauces like a mushroom demi-glace, tomato beurre blanc, and tequila-lime butter -- also how Louis Anderson works his Patron shots. For "chef-driven composed plates", they've got the likes of Kurobuta Pork Belly with cheddar grits/ grilled Belgian endive/ sherry vinegar reduction, Muscovy Duck with haircot vert/ goat cheese risotto/ wild mushroom jus, and pan-seared diver scallops with crispy Kobe beef short rib hash, foie gras butter, and tarragon oil, the mere mention of which has Donald Rumsfeld frantically searching a map for this "Tarragon".
For drinks, there's a Martini-heavy menu of old-school cocktails, and a 75-bottle wine list that ranges from major West Coast labels like Silver Oak, to lesser known "small producers", who Katy may as well go back to, as everyone's just watching her videos on mute anyway.
Photos by Christopher Cina