Tonight: A foraged feast for Harvest Week and a lesson in beef at Tony's

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The chefs from Vesta Dipping Grill, Steubens, Linger, Root Down, 1515, Coohills, Duo and Olivea will take the stage at GrowHaus, 4751 York Street, 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; here's a look at the dishes that should result\:

Amuse bouche

Growhaus tilapia crudo

jalapeño, citrus, basil creme fraiche

1st course: hunted

Colorado Goat Tagine

local quinoa & millet, seasonal vegetables, Ras al Hanout braising sauce

2nd course: gathered

raw fall squash salad

Butternut squash, sage pesto, jumping good goat feta, pecans

3rd course:foraged

Slow cooked fruition farms lamb

Roasted fall root vegetables, garlic braised Tuscan kale

Colorado apple butter and scallion crema


Avalanche Goat Cheese Gelato, Almond Cone, Basil Sphere, Colorado Honey Glass, Liquid Nitrogen

Dinner costs $80; visit the website to purchase tickets.

Also happening tonight: Beef 101 at Tony's Market, 950 Broadway at 6:30 p.m. CEO Daniel Rosacci will conduct a lesson in beef quality and cooking; it will be followed by a classic steak dinner. The class costs $35; call 720-880-4501 for more details.

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