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Denver may no longer be considered a cowtown — but you wouldn’t know it from our burgers! Cattle production is still one of Colorado’s biggest agricultural commodities, which means it’s easy to find juicy burgers made from local beef on menus across the city, from upscale eateries to down-home diners. If you’re feeling adventurous, many Mile High restaurants also serve up bison burgers — a Colorado classic. Three to try: the char-grilled Cricket Burger at The Cherry Cricket (Denver’s oldest burger bar), the chef-crafted patties and toppings at 5280 Burger Bar, and the 7x Wagyu beef burger served with chow chow sauce on a house-made English muffin at Annette.