The Oldest Restaurant In Denver Known For Its Thick, Juicy Steaks & Rocky Mountain Oysters

The oldest restaurant in Mile-High City known for its steaks and oysters, it is also one of the best steakhouses in Denver. However, the food at Buckhorn Exchange may be on par with other leading steak houses in Denver. However, what separates and takes Buckhorn Exchange a notch higher than its competitors isn’t its juicy steak or Rocky Mountain Oysters; actually, it is its exciting theme.

The impressive taxidermy collection hanging on the walls above patrons. There are more than 570 pieces of taxidermy consisting of giant buffalo, mountain goats, big horned sheep, elk, moose, and much more, present in the restaurant giving an absolutely unique experience to every visitor.

As good as the taxidermy are, the food options are also delicious and better than most steak houses in Denver, barring a few. So go and visit the oldest restaurant and probably the best steak house in Denver in terms of food, quality, service, and of course, the atmosphere of the dining area.

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