Right across from Coors Field, the Canada-based Keg is in a prime position to be packed throughout the baseball season. But it's full year-round for other reasons, primarily because the choice-grade beef, encrusted with a signature blend of salty spices, is grilled the way you request. The best cut is the "baseball," a 12-ounce hunk of filet, and unlike the big-boy steak houses, the sides here actually come with the meat. The room dominated by a giant painting of Colorado's
Maroon Bells offers a combination of relaxed but elegant dining. The kids' menu is reasonably priced.