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The Three Faces of Elway’s
The hand-cut USDA Prime steaks at Elway’s have garnered consistent recognition from 5820 magazine, OpenTable, and Gayot, who named it one of the top 10 steakhouses in America. Though diners go wild over the choice cuts, including the bone-in rib eye and the 28-ounce porterhouse, the lamb fondue really makes them melt, with its green-chili cheese and side of roasted sweet potatoes. It’s not just about the meat, though—side dishes, especially the au gratin and Yukon gold potatoes, are “worth the trip,” says Gayot.
Accessible Wine List
Though its collection tops out at more than 650 varietals, Elway’s prides itself on its unique, yet down-to-earth selections. Guests can enjoy more than 40 wines by the glass, or order by the bottle at a reasonable price.
It wouldn’t be John Elway’s restaurant without ample high-definition TVs streaming the big games and reverent displays of Broncos memorabilia. Although the man himself is known to drop by both the flagship Cherry Creek location and the Denver eatery on occasion, diners who miss him can console themselves with first-class fare that earned a #1 ranking on USA Today’s list of athlete-owned restaurants.