Denver Steak Houses
Denver made its culinary name on steak houses, so if you're in the mood for a cooked-to-perfection cut of prime beef this is the place. Ribeyes, sirloins, flanks, strips, porterhouses, t-bones and tenderloins - you name it, The Mile High City has got it.
Downtown Denver Steak Houses
Ted's Montana Grill
1401 Larimer St.
Ted's Montana Grill is an eco-friendly establishment that is as passionate about the environment as it is about a great steak, utilizing recyclable paper menus, paper straws and reusable glasses. If you're looking to try something a little different, Ted's also offers a selection of Grand Range Bison steaks.
821 17th St.
Located in an renovated bank vault, The Broker offers old-fashioned ambiance and a menu full of dry-aged, prime cuts of beef, fresh Alaskan seafood, and Colorado lamb, which many claim is the best in the world.
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse
707 15th St.
Just steps from the 16th Street Mall and the Colorado Convention Center, enjoy Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, a timeless American steak house and a great American bar with a twist. Ruth's offers the traditional favorites you would expect, and then takes it up a notch. The in-house scratch kitchen uses the freshest local ingredients and USDA Prime cuts of meat.
Morton's of Chicago
1710 Wynkoop St.
Morton's of Chicago is a respected steak house chain that promises USDA prime-aged beef, fresh fish and seafood, delicious appetizers, and elegant desserts.
1881 Curtis St.
Elway's Downtown, co-founded by former Denver Broncos Quarterback John Elway, boasts USDA hand-cut steaks, a fantastic raw bar, and other great dishes by acclaimed chef Tyler Wiard.
The Capital Grille
1450 Larimer St.
The Art-Deco vibe of The Capital Grille coincides nicely with the restaurant's impressive menu of nationally renowned dry-aged steaks and the freshest of seafood. Oenophiles should take some time to browse the extensive wine list, with more than 5,000 bottles from which to choose.
Denver Chophouse and Brewery
1795 19th St., Ste. 100
At the Denver Chophouse and Brewery, you can enjoy legendary steaks, chops and seafood, along with handcrafted, brewed-on-site ales, small batch bourbons, and a fine array of single-malt scotches.
1000 Osage St.
Last, but by no means least, is the beloved Buckhorn Exchange, just five minutes from downtown. The Buckhorn proudly serves prime-grade beef steaks, buffalo prime rib, elk, salmon, quail, game hen, and succulent baby-back pork ribs, all in a unique hunting lodge atmosphere.
Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse
1513 Wynkoop St.
The dining experience at Fogo de Chão is based on the centuries-old gaucho tradition known as Churrasco, the gaucho way of roasting meats over an open flame. Today, gaucho chefs still expertly grill each cut of meat to perfection and offer continuous tableside service.
More Steak Houses in the Denver Metro Area
Elway's Cherry Creek
2500 E. First Ave., Ste. 101
Elway's has another location in the Cherry Creek neighborhood, featuring the same excellent menu as its downtown restaurant. Keep your eyes peeled, you may catch a glimpse of the owner himself enjoying a steak with friends.
Del Frisco Double Eagle Steak House
8100 E. Orchard Rd., Greenwood Village
In Greenwood Village, you'll find the popular Del Frisco Double Eagle Steak House, with plenty of mouthwatering steaks and a swanky cigar lounge, featuring nightly live jazz.
19192 Colorado Hwy., Morrison
The Fort is one of the nation's most famous restaurants and sells more buffalo steaks than any other independently owned restaurant in the country. Featuring fine beef, buffalo, game and seafood, The Fort's menu offers a tantalizing selection of old and new foods from the Great West. Rattlesnake cakes anyone?
11911 W. 6th Ave., Lakewood
Dig into a hearty meal at Simms Steakhouse, with a menu of fresh seafood and steaks, and boasting what is commonly referred to as the best view in the Denver area overlooking The Mile High City in all its splendor.