Superlatives abound whenever you talk about The Buckhorn Exchange. It is Denver’s oldest – and original – steakhouse still located in the city’s oldest neighborhood. In addition to that, The Buckhorn Exchange still occupies the building it started in way back in 1893 (it’s now a National Historic Landmark and Western Museum). But really, all of that impressiveness pales in comparison to the food – the finest Old West fare available today. What is Old West fare? Think meat: beef, buffalo, elk, Cornish game hen, quail, lamb, ostrich (yep), yak (yes, yak), and don’t forget salmon. That’s Old West fare – meat done right to feed the hungriest cowboy or cowgirl: you!