Five Front Range restaurants are Colorado's finalists in the Nature's Plate People's Choice Green Restaurant Contest. The competition, run by the Nature Conservancy, was open to all sustainable, organic or farm-to-table restaurants in 24 states, and fans are voting to determine which restaurant is the most green -- and popular.
The Colorado finalists are Ploughboy in Salida, The Kitchen in Boulder, Colterra in Niwot, Tasty Harmony in Fort Collins, and WaterCourse Foods in Denver, which definitely has plenty of supporters, judging from the response to Gretchen Kurtz's recent review of the restaurant.
Voting continues through October 15; click here to cast your ballot. Every voters is automatically entered into a lottery to win a $100 gift card to the winning eatery in his or her state.
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