Tickets for Harvest Week, an annual culinary bonanza that's the innovation of EatDenver, a collection of locally owned, independent restaurants, go on sale today, but instead of Denver restaurants hosting the dinners,GrowHaus
, an urban farm and marketplace at 4751 York Street (the farm recentlywon Maxwell House's Drops of Good contest and $50,000
) that provides community garden space to grow your own vegetables, is offering its acreage for a series of pop-up brunches and dinners.
Participating chefs from EatDenver member restaurants are collaborating on six-course menus that focus on specific Colorado ingredients, and each pop-up brunch or dinner will spotlight a different Colorado protein as well as local wines, beers or spirits to pair with the courses. And all of the meals are picnic-style, insomuch that foodniks need to bring their own plates, utensils, water and wine glasses. It's an eco-conscious thing.
The five days of pop-up meals, which include one Sunday brunch and four dinners, take root on Sunday, October 9 and continue through Thursday, October 13. Tickets are $50 per person, and only fifty seats are available at each event. A full schedule is on the following page. In the days leading up to Harvest Week, we'll post menus and updates.
Sunday, October 9 10 a.m. Featured restaurants: Steuben's, Snooze, Happy Cakes, D Bar Desserts and the Fort
Monday, October 10 Cocktails at 6 p.m., followed by a sit-down dinner Featured restaurants: Vesta Dipping Grill, Jonesy's EatBar, Black Pearl, Row 14, Barolo Grill and H Burger Co. Theme: Pork
Tuesday, October 11 Cocktails at 6 p.m., followed by a sit-down dinner Featured restaurants: Encore on Colfax, Duo, Second Home Kitchen + Bar, ChoLon, Locanda del Borgo and Vine Street Pub Theme: Lamb
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Wednesday, October 12 Cocktails at 6 p.m., followed by a sit-down dinner Featured restaurants: Elway's Cherry Creek, Olivea, Marco's Coal Fired Pizza, Rialto Cafe, El Diablo and Bistro Vendome Theme: Beef
Thursday, October 13 Cocktails at 6 p.m., followed by a sit-down dinner Featured restaurants: Root Down, Linger, Avenue Grill, Corner Office, Hideaway Steakhouse, Restaurant 1515 and Biker Jim's Theme: Buffalo
Tickets are available at eatdenver.com/community/overview/harvest-week/.