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Denver: Ship Tavern

I just enjoyed a superb steak dinner at the Ship Tavern in the Brown Palace. The decor is old fashioned wood paneling, just the sort of atmosphere you want to go with your steak. The room has a bar but it is very family friendly with many kids in attendance. The service was very courteous and efficient.

Dinner started with bread. The white slices on the right are a form of Melba toast. One of the rolls was half white, half wheat.

This is what I have been thinking about for days---my ribeye. The meat was heavily marbled with the most delicious fat that left a wonderful coating of fat. The steak was served boneless. It came with superb string fries, very crispy. It also came with a very nice selection of vegetables: green beans, broccoli, carrots, I think a piece of asparagus. They were cooked to just the right texture, soft but not falling apart.

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