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The Broadmoor's New Dining Experience, Restaurant 1858

At the base of Seven Falls, this new eatery offers uniquely Colorado cuisine and Gold Rush-themed decor

Chad Chisholm

Borrowing its name from the Gold Rush era, The Broadmoor's new Restaurant 1858 sits at the base of Seven Falls and offers uniquely Colorado cuisine.

The restaurant’s decor features hand-hewn stone and reclaimed barn wood, large wooden beams, hardwood floors, and custom lantern mining-inspired light fixtures. Gold Rush art from The Broadmoor’s Western Art collection is showcased throughout the restaurant and is accented with photographs of the area from days of old.

[Photo credit: Chad Chisholm]

The patio offers guests an opportunity to dine al fresco near the falls.

[Photo credit: The Broadmoor]

Guests dine to the thundering sounds of the spectacular natural box canyon, into which 181 feet of falls tumble.

[Photo credit: Chad Chisholm]

The restaurant seats approximately 100 guests in the restaurant’s main dining room and in additional outside seating and at the bar.

[Photo credit: Chad Chisholm]

Executive Sous Chef of Broadmoor Restaurants David Patterson and Chef de Cuisine Kathleen Symons oversee a menu that showcases traditional Rocky Mountain flavors and takes its cue from the heritage of the Old West, blending low-country style with early frontier cooking. The menu’s wide array of German, French, and Creole cuisines are inspired by the immigrants who traveled west to seek their fortunes in the Gold Rush, making Restaurant 1858 the culinary melting pot of Cheyenne Cañon.

Open daily for lunch and dinner, Restaurant 1858 offers a menu that changes seasonally and features many local Colorado growers and ranchers, including Broadmoor Farms, Bio Herbs and More, Arkansas Valley Organic Growers, and others. All seafood featured on the menu is sustainable, while Colorado-raised meat is served whenever possible.

For more information about Restaurant 1858 and to make a reservation, call (844) 843-1858. 

See what else The Broadmoor is doing:
The Broadmoor Gets Wild
A Hotel in the Clouds

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