A "Bushwah" is a 19th century term for "Boss" and came from the French word "bourgeois" or upper merchantile class. At Bent's Old Fort (1833-1849) William and Charles Bent and Ceran St. Vrain were the "Bushwahs" of The Fort. Our Fort is a replica of Bent's Fort and we thought it appropriate to name our preferred diner Club "The Bushwah Club!"
Thank you for being such an important part of the Fort family!
A one-time fee of $10 earns you membership and a complimentary dessert on your next visit to The Fort, and you'll also receive our members-only newsletter, Bushwa Rewards, an insider's guide to The Fort featuring the latest news plus members only offers and events.
This is a frequency based program. On your 5th visit to The Fort you will receive $25
off your bill, on your 10th visit you will receive $50 off your bill.
You'll receive special exclusive invitations to wine maker dinners, beer paired dinners, scotch tastings, wine paired new menu invitations, Meet the rancher dinners, and so much more.
Special wine paired dinners
Historic Cocktail party
Micro brew tasting dinners
Meet the rancher/farmer dinners
Historical menu dinners
Flemenco guitar/dancing entertainment dinners
Cowboy/bluegrass entertainment dinners
Foods of the American Indian Dinners
Bushwa Club Rules:
For questions, or additional information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome your opinions, questions and special requests.