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About Dusty Boot - Aurora
Dusty Boot in Aurora, CO is a quality steakhouse that offers a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere where you can enjoy time with your friends while dining on great food. Some of the popular menu options include the sliders, steak tips, pastrami sandwich, tuna melt and specialty burgers. Popular desserts include the brownie sundae and the chocolate toffee mousse cake.
Dusty Boot also provides a wealth of drink options. Choose from cocktails, beer, and various wines at the restaurant. Dusty Boot can also offer help with your banquets and events. Some of the types of events the restaurant can help with include anniversaries, corporate events, holiday parties and school parties.
Aurora, CO 80016
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 3:00pm ($5.95 Lunch menu)
Dinner: Sunday - Tuesday: 3:00pm -9:00pm, Wednesday - Thursday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 3:00pm - 11:00pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 9:00am -3:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The Dusty Boot in Foxfield offers Free Trivia every Wednesday evening starting at 7:30pm!
The Boot also offers Rock N" Roll Bingo every Thursday evening starting at 7:30pm!
Both events are free to play and you have the chance to win house cash!
We will be happy to create a menu proposal unique to your occasion, budget and tastes. Our menu changes frequently as we develop exciting new choices, so visit our website often! The Dusty Boot is also a great place to host bridal showers, engagement parties or rehearsal dinners. There’s nothing that The Dusty Boot can't handle. We make booking a Corporate Event at The Dusty Boot a hassle-free task with our friendly event planners, delicious banquet menus, and unique options. Whatever the size of your Business Meeting or Event, our facilities can accommodate your need...
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Dusty Boot - Aurora Ratings and Reviews
Food typically good. Our family enjoys this little neighborhood place, but must admit that the service is been on the decline for a while now...never really bad, but definitely not great. We try to note that attitudes are usually good, but often understaffed = servers that don't stay long. We hope they don't lose their appeal for these reasons.
it took about 10 mins for us to even be acknowledged by anyone after being sat. we had to ask our Waitress for things numerous times. Our food came out cold (Steak and green chile). We told the lady and she got us a new chili. The cup was now only half full. One of our plates had a lot of leftover burnt food stuck to the plate. when the waitress told the manager, we could see her rolling her eyes and getting an attitude about it. The whole experience was so bad that we won't be back.
Recently visited the Dusty Boot for the first time. I liked the fact that the menu offered many choices such as steaks, salads, burgers, tacos . . . something for everyone. While we did not have an appetizer that evening, there looks to be several that I would try the next time I went like Southwestern egg rolls, ahi tuna tacos and a few other things. My husband got prime rib and it was a generous size but just a little too much fat on it. I had the shrimp tacos which were mediocre. Probably wouldn't get them again but would go back to try other things.
We have gone there to watch sports. They are always accommodating to change a TV to your fave sport. Brunch on the weekend is awesome with bottomless mimosas and make your own bloody marys. Wednesday night is 2 for 1 burgers. I love the jalopeno burger. Service is always good. I don't feel bad when I bring my kids. It is a very laid back atmosphere.
Once again arrived earlier than our reservation & got seated right away!
The service was good but a bit slower than normal even though they weren't very busy. Started with the stuffed shrimp app, delish!
We opted for the BOGO 16oz Ribeye, side salads & mixed veggies. We were disappointed that the portions did all seem smaller than normal plates down to the side salad. They weren't like the sizes on a non bogo night. Most disappointed that we didn't get mixed steamed veggies. Both if us got green beans, no mix of anything else. they were quite greasy & no longer a healthy option so we didnt eat them.
It won't deter us from coming back but won't brew a bogo night. I'd rather pay full price for 2 meals cooked correctly.
Usually ordered sandwich's or salads this time however we went on Sunday for a steak dinner. I had the prime rib which was excellent and surprisingly did not have a lot of fat. It was a large portion big enough for 2. My date had the filet which was also a good size and excellent. The garlic mashed potatoes were also excellent and not over powering. Service was at its best. Waiter was very attentive to our needs. We will make this place a favorite stop there for steaks again. maybe on Monday to try the BOG steak!
We go to the dusty boot because it is close. But love the dusty boot because they care about their customers. They are not perfect but will resolve their mistakes. I appreciate a customer oriented restaurant when those seem to be so few in number. I will continue to go back.
The ribeye steak special was one of the best-tasting steaks I have EVER had, and it was done perfectly at my request of medium rare. I also loved the accompanying parmesan-crusted kale - something you don't see very often. Don't get me wrong, the price of the steak does suggest it should be good quality (not cheap), but the atmosphere at first glance might suggest otherwise - the Dusty Boot Steakhouse and Saloon feels a bit more like a neighborhood saloon than a foodie place (although it does have some art on the walls). Anyway, we have now had really good food there twice, so would recommend it to anyone in the area. And they have a decent patio too - overlooks the freeway, but the mountains too!
We arrived to a dinning room with three kids running amok. Luckily, after five minutes of sitting at our table, the family left. Not to say we dislike children, but it's not very appropriate to just have them running around screaming and no one saying anything so other diners can enjoy their meals. The waitress was very nice and accommodating, as I require a gluten free, dairy free diet. We ordered an appetizer, sirloin tips, which had no flavor, very bland. I ordered their $26 New York steak, medium rare, which came on a bloodied plate as medium well. I sent it back and it came back rare, basically mooing. The flavor was good, but not the temperature I would have preferred. Not sure if I would give them another chance.
I mentioned our open table reservation to the bartender/greeter (for points credit) and he was SO RUDE! Then he took us to a booth when we had requested a table. When I asked if he had seen the note about it on our reservation he almost yelled, "Hey man! You're here so early you can sit ANYWHERE you want! I told our waitress about what happened and she graciously went and confirmed our open table reservation. The fish and chips tasted like they had been deep fried in old stale oil and the veggies with my steak were over cooked to the point that they were mushy. The ONLY good thing about the place was our genuinely sweet, attentive waitress. Not a peak day & time, but still...AWFUL!
We went on Father's Day for dinner. The steaks were burnt and the garlic mashed potatoes tasted like they were prepared a week ago. The waitress couldn't remember who ordered what and almost dropped a plate on my lap. The music was too loud! I honestly believe we could have had a higher quality meal at Outback or Texas Roadhouse. Also, they are extremely pricey and very over-rated. I was so disappointed and will not be returning to this establishment. However, the hostess was nice.
We went for Easter brunch for the first time. It was very loud and not much room between tables. The food was good, but there was not a very good variety. They don't give enough food for the price. We paid $9 for a frittata and toast. Other sides are extra. Iced tea is $2.50 but coffee is 1.75. Not a good value.
We made our reservation at 640pm,for a 715pm seating. Got there just as our reservation was hitting your computer's. We were sat right away, immediately someone presented for our drinks, food came in an excellent time frame. all of you're staff are very helpful to each other and to customers! Steaks were perfect!!
Specifically requested to NOT sit next to the bar due to noise level complaints from other reviewers and that we would have young children with us(under 2). When we arrived, of course our table was right next to the bar! I politely asked for another table and they said they were full up. I did say I specifically requested to NOT sit in the bar via my OT reservation and the hostess just shrugged her shoulders at me. Our party of 6, sat next to the really loud bar and the staff could have cared less. Food was not especially memorable, our children were less than compliant due to the "bar scene" taking place at our backs. Honestly, I'd rather have sat next to the bathroom or kitchen. Totally not akin to the Beaver Creek version.
Our table was ready upon our arrival. The staff was patient while waiting for everyone to arrive. Unfortuneately I do no remember my waitress' name (tall blonde woman with a constant smile and warmth). The waitress had great patience and was attentive and definitely made our experience great!
First time at the Dusty Boot and probably the last. Let me start by saying that when the food did arrive, it was really good.
This restaurant is more of a sports bar with a country theme. TV's all over the place and loud. We had a dinner reservation but were seated at a high top table in the bar near the kitchen door. About 45 minutes into our dinner the hostess did get us a booth, still in the bar, but we happily moved away from the kitchen door. It took us almost 3 hours for dinner on a Saturday evening. The service was real slow. The filet mignon on the 5280 menu was excellent and cooked just right.
My family went here for brunch. Honestly, we were less than impressed. The food was ok. Not great, not awful, just....ok. We got the steak tips as an appetizer, that was probably our favorite part of the meal, as we really enjoyed the balsamic on them. Hubby got a steak, and I got a burrito. The burrito was pretty good, nothing to write home about, bot ok. The steak definitely could have used some help. Hubby ordered it medium and while it was cooked appropriately on the inside, it was horribly charred on the outside. It tasted burnt and was dry! The service was also ok. Our waiter was nice and engaging, but the service was slow. Overall, I don't think we will come back to brunch here.
We had a group of five and got a nice table in the front part of the restaurant. Service was very good (Sabrina) - very helpful in recommending menu items and assisting us - just the right amount of attention and very prompt. All of our selections were prepared perfectly and were delicious. We'll definitely be back. We hear the weekend brunch is fabulous.
I love a really well-done steak, and these guys do a well-marbled ribeye, with great seasoning flavor, and all the right fixin's. Their jumbalaya was divine, and they have a delectable bread service. I wish I could tell you how the other items on the menu would have been, but they were either out or the absentee server never brought them.
I could even see the bar being filled for every game since large screen TVs surround the bar and dining areas. The country-western decor keeps it in step with it's name, which was more casual than the fine food suggested.
From beginning to end this dinner couldn't have been better. we had a reservation for 6:15 got there just after 6 seated right away . the timing of our meal was impeccable. the steak was perfectly cooked, the vegetables were steamed to perfection and the waitress was very attentive but not overly attentive. you will for sure get what you pay for at this restaurant!
Took my family to The Dusty Boot for dinner, they were busy so I tried to be understanding of the slow service. Only offered waters, food was bland (steaks were rubbery, fish was soggy, mini burgers had no flavor, Mac and cheese was cold, Dino nuggets were over cooked, chips were stale), only one refill on our waters. Never saw a manager anywhere in the place. Only person who was working hard was the hostess because she was bussing tables and trying how to seat large parties with reservations and no help. Felt bad for her. Our family will not be returning.
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