Harvest Week has begun at the GrowHaus, 4751 York Street. The week-long celebration of Colorado-sourced cuisine is a product of EatDenver, a coalition of local eateries "committed to supporting and promoting the value of independent dining within our community." Thirty-six restaurants from the group will be serving pop-up-dinners paired with hand-crafted cocktails, local brews and wines at the non-profit urban farm through October 19 -- check Cafe Society for updates and coverage.
And here's what else is on the menu this week:
Monday, October 15:
The twelve annual Taste of Greenwood Village takes place at the DTC Hilton, 7801 East Orchard in Englewood, tonight from 5:30 p.m. until the Monday Night Football game between the Broncos and Chargers concludes. Tickets to the foodie/tailgating event ranges from $35 to $100 and includes catering from twenty restaurants and plenty of large-screen TV's for viewing the game. Learn more here.
Or, watch the game at GrowHaus during tonight's Harvest Week tailgate-pop-up dinner, with Pinche Taqueria, Biker Jim's and Phat Thai (just to name a few). View the rest of the lineup and purchase tickets ($50) on Harvest Week's website.Tuesday, October 16:
"Honor thy farmer" in Longmont at Lone Hawk Farms tonight from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Slow Foods Boulder has partnered with the farm for a four-course dinner paired with local wine and beer. Seats cost $65 for members of the nonprofit; $75 non-members and $90 to include an annual Slow Food membership. Visit the website for more information.
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Thursday, October 18:
The chefs at Vesta Dipping Grill, Steubens, Linger, Root Down, 1515, Coohills, Duo and Olivea take the stage at GrowHaus for a unique dining experience tonight: "The Feast of the Hunters and Gatherers." The Harvest Week meal will be crafted with foraged ingredients from each establishment; sneak a peak at the results here.
Tony's Market, 950 Broadway, is hosting a Beef 101 seminar on the quality and cooking of beef at 6:30 p.m. this evening. CEO Daniel Rosacci will conduct the lesson, which will be followed by a steak dinner. The class costs $35; call 720-880-4501 for more details.