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legend
10-22-2015, 02:08 PM
I've made a reservation for the Saturday night of the wild card weekend. Will be in town for a few days and I rolled the dice on the Broncos playing that weekend and so far, it looks to be on course unless we secure a first round bye.

My question is, what is the dining experience like at Elway's? Is it worth the trip just because of the name? The prices are relatively expensive, especially when you factor in the weak Australian $. A steak will probably cost around $60-70 AUD, which is up there in terms of price.

Thanks.

VenomousDB
10-22-2015, 08:29 PM
40-70 bucks for a steak and you have to buy your sides which range from like 6-15 bucks or so. They have great steak so Im sure youll love it.

You also have to dress up. So, dress shoes, slacks, button up shirt

legend
10-22-2015, 08:43 PM
Thanks for that. Wasn't planning to travel with any of that type of clothing. Stilettos are out for this trip then...

mozzerpete
10-23-2015, 08:25 PM
40-70 bucks for a steak and you have to buy your sides which range from like 6-15 bucks or so. They have great steak so Im sure youll love it.

You also have to dress up. So, dress shoes, slacks, button up shirt

I have been to Elway's twice, specifically
the one located inside the Ritz-Carlton.

We dined inside the main dining room in blue
jeans and Broncos jerseys. No one blinked
an eye at my partner and I. We received great
service and the food was just as good as what
we are accustomed to here in Chicago.

You will love it!