Perched high on a hill overlooking downtown Denver, Simms Steak House -- which occupies the former home of Simms Landing -- wows diners with a stunning silhouette of the skyline. As a result, it's a perfect destination for date night, Sunday brunch or dinner with out-of-towners. But the big, classic menu -- highlighting Colorado-caught fish and plenty of meat -- and the expansive happy hour also makes the reincarnated Simms popular with the locals. And single diners without a companion to gaze at can simply sit at the bar and enjoy the view. After thirty years, this spot is still looking good.