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Denver Chophouse & Brewery

1735 19th St. (Wynkoop St.) Send to Phone
Wood-grilled meats and fish plus cask-conditioned beers in a restored train depot.


Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
Open late

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Operations may be disrupted due to COVID-19. Be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its current status and offerings.

Denver Chophouse & Brewery Restaurant Review

: Few places in Denver’s restaurant scene cook like the Chophouse. This restored train depot---one of the swankiest retro-rooms in town---stays filled with loyal customers who can’t get enough meat, potatoes and beer. Thick cuts of beef are the stars of the menu, from top-quality Kansas City strips to filets, rib-eyes and more. There are also pork chops and wood-grilled slabs of fish, most of which arrive with white cheddar mashed potatoes that have become something of a D-town classic. The bar jams with singles, genuine and wannabe upper-crusters and teams of local and visiting pro athletes who savor the in-house beers. Brewmaster Kevin Marley’s wide range of beers includes a crisp and hoppy pale ale and a massive stout. His cask-conditioned beers are some of the best in Denver, and we especially like the bourbon-barrel-aged stout. Arrive early to beat the usual elbow-to-elbow crowds that flock here during baseball season and on weekends.

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