Colorados Oldest Restaurant

Dated: 11/02/2014

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Buckhorn Exchange

Denver, CO (Est. 1893)
If only cash advance stores and pawn shops were as forward-thinking as Buckhorn founder Henry H. Zeist, who used to give out free beers
to railroad workers who exchanged their paychecks for gold at the Rio Grande Railroad Yards across the street. Now the restaurant – which
holds Colorado liquor license no. 1 – pretty much only exchanges money for food and drinks, but still makes up buffalo steaks, elk, and
quail for an authentic rocky mountain dining experience.
It is an experience just to see all of the stuff on the walls.  Denver's original steak house located at 1000 Osage street.
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