The Colorado dining scene has come a long way since the Buckhorn Exchange opened. There's practically a brewery and a buzzed-about restaurant on every street corner in Denver these days. But the Buckhorn Exchange is a glimpse into what Colorado restaurants used to be famous for -- giant portions of steak that will feed you, your friends, and your friends' friends. Beyond the steak, there's also the opportunity to eat practically every animal that was on Noah's ark. And eating here puts you in good company, as Teddy Roosevelt and Eisenhower both dined here.
Since before you or your great-great-great grandmother were born, the Buckhorn Exchange has been serving the Lincoln Park community prime-grade steak and other slabs of top-notch meat. For those with eclectic, but voracious taste, take the Elk cut for a challenge.