Buckhorn Exchange Restaurant - The oldest restaurant and Steakhouse in Denver!!

The original steakhouse of Denver, Buckhorn Exchange Restaurant, is in the oldest neighborhood of the city. This National Historic Landmark and Western Museum have been serving the finest in Old West fare since 1893.

Prime Grade Beef Steaks, Buffalo, Elk, Colorado Lamb, Fish, Fowl, and Baby Back Pork Ribs are just some of the marvelous offerings on the Buckhorn menu. Exotic appetizers such as rattlesnake and alligator tail are available. Your dinner is incomplete without the house specialty, Rocky Mountain Oysters.

There is an old sign on the north side of the building that says 'Steak Dinners Our Specialty. Keeping with this tradition, the Buckhorn Exchange offers large-portion steaks intended for two to five guests.

Your steak is carved tableside and served with a sizzling crock of sautéed mushrooms and onions. Of course, soup or salad and side dishes are with all dinners. Additional cooking time is required.

There are different rooms for different events like Buffalo Room (semi-private), Roof Garden (fully private). You can also book a Full Restaurant Buyout. The visiting hours are from 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Monday through Sunday.

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