Denver may be a modern city, but Andrew finds out that you can still get a taste of the Wild West in the food! Whether it's deep fried Rocky Mountain oysters in a biker bar, pheasant cooked over an open ...Go to Episode
Biker Jim's (Food Cart)
Meet Biker Jim, a food cart vendor who sells sausages made from different kinds of game meat. Sample Jim's elk sausage with cheese, sauerkraut and onions.
16th Street Mall (Between 16th and Arapahoe), Denver, CO
You'll find a different twist on Rocky Mountain oysters at Euclid Hall, a gastro pub that serves young beef testicles that are seasoned and sautéed with a jerk-seasoned banana chutney.
123 1st Street Severance, CO 80546
Dine at Denver's oldest restaurant, a place that specializes in game meat such as yak, buffalo and elk.
1000 Osage Street, Denver, CO 80204
Visit this modern modern facility that uses old-world recipes and techniques to make game meat sausages like jackalope sausage (pork, antelope and jack rabbit with dried cherries and habanero peppers).
911 East 75th Ave Denver, CO 80229
Andrew visits Colorado's premier baseball stadium to sample a local delicacy: Rocky Mountain oysters, otherwise known as deep-fried bull testicles.
2151 Blake Street Denver, CO 80205
A popular restaurant in Denver serving authentic Mexican food, much like you would find in Mexico City. Try the restaurants tacos with cheek meat, and tongue alongside red chili sauce, and the marinated pork.
714 Santa Fe Drive Denver CO 80204
You'll find a different twiste on Rocky Mountain oysters at Euclid Hall, a gastro pub that serves young beef testicles, that are seasoned and sautéed with a jerk seasoned banana chutney.
1317 14th Street, Historic Larimer Square, Denver, CO 80202
Join members of the Colorado Hawking Club to see how master falconers and gamehawkers train birds, such as a red tailed hawk and an Arctic gyrfalcon.
Outskirts of Denver, CO