The standard steak house plating follows a minimalist approach. More often than not, you get a steak on a white plate without even a sprig of parsley for color. Sides? They’re extra albeit plentiful.
At Mile High, a complimentary vegetable and starch comes with each steak. Consider a grilled Delmonico with a baked potato and haricot verts or a barrel-cut rib-eye with roasted garlic mashed potatoes and creamed spinach. Mile High goes, well, the extra mile in other respects. The restaurant serves only aged Certified Angus Beef brand meat. Fish from the Honolulu Fish Co. is flown in less than 30 hours after it was caught, and Mile High serves South African lobster tails.
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In an ode to Denver, Mile High offers the filet and lobster “Colorado” entrée: a filet and lobster tail paired with jalapeno-cheddar grits and sweet corn-poblano pepper relish.
â–¶ â–¶ 1102 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills, Pa., (610) 361-0855; milehighss.com