The Four Seasons opened in Denver in the fall of 2010, another sign of the city's evolution from a cowtown to a tourist destination, complete with moneyed visitors who now had a place to stay if the Ritz was booked. And with the opening of EDGE, the sleek restaurant in the Four Seasons, they also have a place to eat. The expansive, high-ceilinged space is partitioned by banquette-lined walls, with dark furniture under the golden lighting; a pair of glassed-in, conference-room-like private dining enclaves are hung with what look like stock photos of figs, and the rest of the art appears to have been plucked from a corporate boardroom. The servers are incredibly attentive, filling water glasses after each sip, gently steering you through the pricey menu, clearing plates almost before you've put down your fork. In short, EDGE looks like it could be any elegant restaurant in any luxury hotel in any city in the world. But the menu comes with a Colorado twist: It's game-focused, filled out with steak, lamb and bison, with sides and sauces to match. And at the end of the meal, you get a little chocolate cow lollipop.