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EATDENVER'S 'HARVEST WEEK' IS BACK! OCT. 16-20, TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Harvest Week is back!


EatDenver, your local network of top independent restaurants, celebrates fall each year with a collection of inspired meals at The GrowHaus – a non-profit urban farm in the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood of Denver, just minutes away from RiNo.

Over five consecutive evenings, a unique ‘who’s who’ lists of local restaurants and chefs work will side-by-side to produce multi-coursed, themed dinner experiences with well-curated beverage pairings from Denver’s best wine, beer, and cocktail gurus. This year we celebrate five of our world’s best culinary regions including France, Italy, Spain, SE Asia (all-vegetarian menu) and the good ol' American South.

Ace Eat Serve's Executive Chef, Jesse Moore, and Secret Sauce Executive Pastry Chef, Nadine Donovan, will be proudly presenting a dessert course for the SE Asian Vegetarian celebration on Tuesday, October 18.



Adding to the fun, Harvest Week diners each bring their own unique place setting to the table. From imported crystal and vintage flatware, to thrift store shabby chic or Americana-style picnic baskets, this pop-up aspect of Harvest Week is a great way to get to get to know your fellow table mates and Colorado food lovers.

Tickets are available at www.harvestweek.com/buy-tickets

Harvest Week Lineup:

Spanish Night - Sunday, Oct. 16

Vesta
Squeaky Bean
Biju’s Little Curry Shop
Le‎ña
Atticus
Butcher’s Bistro


Italian Night - Monday, Oct. 17

Beatrice & Woodsley
Red Square
Jax/Lola
Snooze
Luca


SE Asian/Vegetarian Night - Tuesday, Oct. 18

Ace Eat Serve
Departure Restaurant + Lounge
Mister Tuna
Root Down/Linger
The Way Back
Vine Street Pub


French Night - Wednesday, Oct. 19

Chowder Room
Bistro Vendome
Coohills
Blackbelly
Guard and Grace


Southern US Night - Thursday, Oct. 20

Steuben’s
Pig & Sprout
The Regional
The Kitchen
Same Cafe
Post Chicken


All dinners $75 per person and include wine, beer, or cocktail selections

The GrowHaus is a nonprofit indoor farm, marketplace, and educational center in Denver's Elyria-Swansea neighborhood.  The GrowHaus’ vision is a world where all communities have the means to nourish themselves, and their mission is to create a community driven, neighborhood-based food system by serving as a hub for food distribution, production, education, and economic development.