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    Unique..... Hmmm... Depends on how unique you want to go. Casa Bonita is probably way to unique for your clients. My wife and I just went to the four seasons restaurant in Denver this weekend and it was very modern, upbeat, and tasty. Runs about $70 for a 3 course meal. Our favorite place however is a little French place called bistro vendome. Can you define unique? about 7 years ago

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    Le central is nice as well. Fruition is delicious about 7 years ago

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    I always recommend The Melting Pot. It is a U.S. Chain but very unique with the fondue menu. almost 8 years ago

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    The Buckhorn Exchange is the oldest steakhouse in Denver... Very old world Colorado, tastes great if they aren't squemish about stuffed animals. http://www.buckhorn.com/. If you want something more upscale but still very colorado... Go for The Fort, very delicious! almost 7 years ago

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    The Fort is very unique old west style lots of wild game, try the peanut butter stuffed jalapeños they are incredible. Domo is authentic Japanese with a aikido dojo/museum attached, very good food and unique. almost 7 years ago

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    The Fort would be your best bet! My husband loves to bring clients there. almost 7 years ago

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