The place are you able to go to eat all of Denver’s fall meals throughout Harvest Week?

Harvest Week returns in 2020 with a new format in 50 restaurants in Denver and Boulder. (Provided by EatDenver)

Typically this time of year, Denver Harvest Week brought a number of local restaurants and farms together to host a range of community dinners made from Colorado’s products.

Instead, restaurants across town participate in a secluded Harvest Week celebration from Wednesday through October 4, where each kitchen has their own seasonal dish and cocktail to eat or take away, plus $ 1 to $ 2 from each sale prepared is donated to a local charity.

Non-profit organizations EatDenver and The GrowHaus organize and benefit from harvest week. EatDenver is a network of 250+ independent restaurants, while The GrowHaus is a food and educational resource in the Elyria-Swansea and Globeville neighborhoods.

To make a contribution this year, Denverites and visitors can visit or order from participating restaurants during the 12-day event. When you arrive, find the Harvest Week specials or select your favorites in advance.

Visit cropweek.com for more information.

Participating restaurants and specials

Ace Eat Serve: Grilled Masala Colorado Lamb Fillet; Falling For You whiskey cocktail
Cultivation area: Cure Farm Grilled Greens; Crabby Neighbor Cider
Ash’kara: Warm halloumi salad; Chai Peach Collins
Attimo wine: The harvest salad; The Harvest Moon Gin Cocktail
Bacon Social House, Denver and Littleton: Cabbage sandwich; Pueblo Cool Mezcal Cocktail
Animal + bottle: Eggplant + Chèvre Agnolotti; Salted pear and whiskey highball
Bistro Vendôme: Apple Cider Salted Berkshire Pork Chop; Vieux R’ecolte apple bourbon cocktail
Car driver LoHi: Harvest pizza; Corpse Reviver No. 303 Gin Cocktail
Car driver RiNo: Harvest pizza; Smoked Negroni
Chook Charcoal Chicken, 8th Avenue and South Pearl Street: Heirloom Tomato Toast with Eggplant Baba Ganoush; Juniper Melon Smash
Coohills: Colorado Bison Short Rib from Chef Tom; Skylars Colorado Peach Whiskey Sour
Blanket: Braised rabbit agnolotti, roasted beets; Cardi-Beet Vodka Cocktail
My God: Pumpkin donut; Jungle Cat Ranch water vodka cocktail
El Five: Old McDonald Family Farm Pork Belly; El Five Martini
The place: Marinated rack of lamb made from saffron yogurt; Thyme Bourbon Cocktail Drink
Jax Fish House and Oyster Bar LoDo: Grilled Colorado Bass; Bee Hopfull Vodka Cocktail
Jax Fish House and Oyster Bar Glendale: Fried alamosa bass; Bee Hopfull Vodka Cocktail
Kachina Cantina: Chicken pozole; Apple spice margarita
Luca: Grilled Colorado lamb; Rosemary Juniper Gin Fizz
Mercantile Dining & Commission: Colorado Lamb Flatbread; We find a whey gin cocktail
Mizuna: Clothbound Cheddar Anson Mills Grits; Cider sidecar
Osaka Ramen: Green Chile Chorizo ​​Ramen; Sake Mary cocktail
Rioja: Red tuna crudo; Honey Badger Gin Cocktail
River and forest: Colorado Lamb Rack & Pueblo Chile Relleno; Passion fruit Habanero mule
Mr. Bear: Banana leaf steamed halibut; Fall Daiquiri in Colorado
Snooze, Ballpark and Union Station: Habanero Pork Belly Benny; Rosé Garden, Attimo Rosé in the bottle
Stem Ciders RiNo: Crabby Neighbor Cider
Steuben’s Uptown: Lane Wed, Corner Post Farms Pork Chop, Brownie Bottom Pumpkin Cheesecake; Steuben’s harvest peach mint julep
Stoic & Real: Pan-seared Sustainable Barramundi; Harvest week rye cocktail
Sunday vinyl: Tomato tartins; Herbal Gin Spritz
Tables: Colorado Lamb T-bone; Colorado Harvest Fashioned
Tavernetta: Insalata mista; Gold Harvest Bourbon Cocktail
Ultreia: Pulpo a la plancha; Harvest Week Gin Cocktail
City builder: Grilled Morton’s Orchards Peach Heirloom Tomato Salad; UF Goldrush Bourbon Cocktail
Vital root: Beet burger; 24K vodka cocktail

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