Restaurant recommendations

Mark Labby

Restaurant recommendations


Hmm, not sure why that wraps when posting from the web...

Are both of these on the Dine Around list? I kinda like The Fort¹s idea of
a Œsampler platter¹...

The Fort's Game Plate
Our most popular dish! An Elk Chop, Buffalo Filet Medallion, and a grilled
teriyaki Quail. Served with Fort potatoes and seasonal vegetable.

As for the oysters... I always said almost anything can taste good if
battered and fried. I just hope they aren¹t out with all the teabagging
that was going on the other week. <ducking and running for cover>


From: "Skaff, Michael J." <[login to unmask email]>
Reply-To: IDUG NA <[login to unmask email]>
Date: Sun, 3 May 2009 19:30:27 -0600
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Subject: Re: [IDUG-NA] Restaurant recomendations

Hi Mark,

Definitely the Rocky Mountain Oysters!!! MMMmmm MMMmmm!! Ya
buddyŠ..better than chicken!!!

Try the buffalo or maybe some venison. Check out the menu at the Buckhorn
Exchange http://www.buckhorn.com or The Fort http://www.thefort.com/ for a
taste of the early west!! And don¹t forget about the many fine ³micro
brews². Check¹em out!!!

Cheers,
Mike

Mike Skaff

Re: Restaurant recommendations
(in response to Mark Labby)
Neither http://www.buckhorn.com or The Fort http://www.thefort.com/
are on the Dine Around List...They are both a little pricey.



Buckhorn Exchange is on the light-rail line at 10th and Osage

The Fort is about 25 miles south west of Denver due south of Red Rocks
Amphitheatre





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Sent: Sunday, May 03, 2009 7:55 PM
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Hmm, not sure why that wraps when posting from the web...

Are both of these on the Dine Around list? I kinda like The Fort's idea
of a 'sampler platter'...

The Fort's Game Plate
Our most popular dish! An Elk Chop, Buffalo Filet Medallion, and a
grilled teriyaki Quail. Served with Fort potatoes and seasonal
vegetable.

As for the oysters... I always said almost anything can taste good if
battered and fried. I just hope they aren't out with all the
teabagging that was going on the other week. <ducking and running for
cover>

________________________________

From: "Skaff, Michael J." <[login to unmask email]>
Reply-To: IDUG NA <[login to unmask email]>
Date: Sun, 3 May 2009 19:30:27 -0600
To: <[login to unmask email]>
Subject: Re: [IDUG-NA] Restaurant recomendations

Hi Mark,

Definitely the Rocky Mountain Oysters!!! MMMmmm MMMmmm!! Ya
buddy.....better than chicken!!!

Try the buffalo or maybe some venison. Check out the menu at the
Buckhorn Exchange http://www.buckhorn.com or The Fort
http://www.thefort.com/ for a taste of the early west!! And don't
forget about the many fine "micro brews". Check'em out!!!

Cheers,
Mike




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