The Buckhorn Exchange

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Denver’s oldest restaurant and holder of liquor license #1 in Colorado, the 1893 establishment was originally a trading post that catered to miners, railroad builders and pioneers. The restaurant boasts of President Theodore Roosevelt’s 1905 visit as well as its plethora of ghostly patrons. Reports abound of voices, footsteps, and tables that move by themselves.

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1000 Osage St
Denver, CO 80204
United States

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39.73238, -105.00494100000003
Denver County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Denver, CO (1.2 mi.)
Edgewater, CO (3.5 mi.)
Mountain View, CO (4.0 mi.)
Lakeside, CO (4.1 mi.)
Glendale, CO (4.2 mi.)
Lakeside, CO (4.3 mi.)
Lakewood, CO (4.5 mi.)
Wheat Ridge, CO (4.5 mi.)
Berkley, CO (5.1 mi.)
North Washington, CO (5.4 mi.)

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