EatDenver's Harvest Week picks up where GABF left off on the calendar this week

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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.

Tonight's Harvest Week feast features tropical fare from Row 14, Barolo Grill, Rioja, Squeaky Bean and Lala's. View the "Platte River Luau" menu, which costs $65, here.Wednesday, October 17:

TAG, The Corner Office, Ambria and Lola will be trotting the globe tonight at GrowHaus, offering local takes on global cuisine for Harvest Week. Preview the menu -- which costs $65 -- on the site.

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.

Friday, October 19:

Harvest Week concludes tonight at GrowHaus with a six-course, Western-themed throwdown from Elway's, Ghost Plate & Tap, The Fort, Panzano. View the menu -- which is campfire-themed and costs $80 -- here.

For information on dozens of culinary events around town, visit our online Food & Drink listings -- and if you have information for a culinary event you'd like included in our online calendar, send it to cafe@westword.com.

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