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Rockmount Ranch Wear is the only company you need to know in Western wear. This family business first opened its doors in 1946, and it's still selling high-quality cowboy clothing to the people of Denver. Their style is so iconic that their signature shirt is on display at the Smithsonian. Come in and see their line of hats, shirts, boots, belts and more, for men, women and children.
St Killian's cheese shop, located next to the main Highland shopping district, is the best specialty cheese store in Denver. With a huge selection of pre-cut, made to order, and rare cheeses, St Killian's variety can't be beat. The staff is knowledgeable about the age, discovery, and making of their various cheeses. Moreover, the store itself is welcoming, clean, and cheerful, and the cheese is fairly priced even for the rarest varieties. Cured meats, vinegars, oils, and European canned meats are also available. Be sure to check out St Killian's cheese making demos!
This specialty shop features remarkable wines from remarkable regions around the world. Gift baskets and accessories such as unusual corkscrews and carafes are sold in abundance. Great gifts for friends and family include registry in the wine-of-the-month club or a personal wine-shopping service. Wine tastings are hosted regularly, and the skilled staff welcome the opportunities that turn beginners into full-blown connoisseurs through seminars and in-store assistance. The prices are also pleasant, especially when considering the excellent service and selection.
Owners Lawrence and Cathy Covell personally select their exclusive designer clothing from runways in New York and Milan. The boutique, located in the posh Cherry Creek North Shopping District, offers men's and women's clothing, including sophisticated suits, as well as sportswear and accessories. Featured designers include Claude Montana, Yeohlee and Vestimente. If you are attempting to make an eyebrow raising fashion statement for a special occasion this is the clothing store to visit. Call for opening hours, or an appointment.
If you are in search of the perfect souvenir that captures the magic of your Colorado visit, but cannot seem to find anything other than shot glasses, coasters, and moccasins, wander into this memento center. As the name implies, this shop sells nothing but keepsakes that are 100 percent Colorado. Featuring the work of more than 400 Colorado artisans and craftspeople, the eclectic shop carries the expected and the unusual. Ute and Navajo Indian pottery, aspen wood walking sticks and vases, Colorado screensavers, gold panning kits, books, posters and music are all in abundance.
Though it calls itself a "churascaria" (steak house), Texas De Brazil is a meat-eater's paradise. Roasted angus beef, lamb, pork, chicken, and Brazilian sausage – vegetarians may be converted – all of which are carved at your table and served hot with garlic mashed potatoes and fried sweet bananas as well as your choice of additions, from a 40-item salad bar to a variety of sides, appetizers, and desserts. They also serve seafood: lobster tails and shrimp. The atmosphere is fun and lively, as the meat carvers descend on your table at the flip of a green card signaling your readiness.