$79 for a Four-Course Prix Fixe Steakhouse Dinner for Two with Bottle of Wine at The Broker Restaurant ($158 Value)

The Broker Restaurant

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In a Nutshell

Historic restaurant calls original 1903 bank vault home, complete with original banking booths, vault door, and complimentary bowls of steam

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Expires Oct 16th, 2013. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Valid for prix fixe menu only; no substitutions. Must present voucher as soon as seated. Voucher valid for advertised preselected meal only, no substitutions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$79 for a Four-Course Prix Fixe Dinner for Two with Wine ($158 Value)

  • One bowl of chilled Gulf shrimp to share
  • A choice of tossed salad, caesar salad, or iceberg wedge
  • A choice of three entrees: tournedos oscar, steak diane, chicken chardonnay, and salmon
  • A choice between crème brûlée or chocolate mousse
  • A preselected bottle of red or white wine

The Broker Restaurant

As guests walk through The Broker Restaurant, they'll catch a glimpse of the gleaming metal of a massive, circular vault door, swung open in an inviting fashion. But this isn't some prop or gimmick—it’s a relic from the building’s original tenant, the Denver National Bank. The iconic restaurant resides within the original bank vault, which was built in 1903 and designed to securely safeguard deposited items such as jewelry, sensitive documents, or family keepsakes.

Today, diners sit in the very booths formerly used by bank customers to count gold or the years until the bank might finally turn into a restaurant. Surrounded by dark cherry wood, they feast on dry-aged, prime cuts of beef, fresh Alaskan seafood, and tender Colorado lamb. Servers commence each meal with a complimentary 1.5-pound bowl of steamed Gulf shrimp, which remains a trademark of the historic restaurant.