It’s summertime in Boulder and that means dining al fresco, going out to farm stands, and enjoying local dinners. The summer season brings with it a number of opportunities to immerse in the natural beauty and culinary delights that Boulder has to offer… and if you ask us, a beet just tastes better when it’s only a few hours past harvest. We always look forward to attending at least one farm dinner every summer but choosing “the one” is harder and harder every year. These farm dinners are a celebration of the region’s rich agricultural heritage, where chefs and farmers come together to create unforgettable dining experiences. Here are a few that are on our radar and should be yours too…

Lyons Farmette

Wednesday, July 19th, 6 to 9pm
Wednesday, August 9th, 6 to 9pm

The culinary team at Rosetta will work in tandem with local growers; Esoterra Culinary Garden, Red Wagon Farm and Buckner Ranch.

Masa Seed Foundation

Saturday, July 15th, 6pm

Enjoy a six course garden dinner benefiting MASA Seed Foundation in Boulder, Colorado. With a menu curated by chefs Cheney Francis and David Arnold, showcasing the beautiful produce grown at MASA along side local beers and wine.

Lonehawk Farm

Wednesday, June 28th, 4:30 to 8:30pm

Forage Sisters will be cooking and sharing a delightfully coursed farm to table meal using local and seasonal food as guests mingle, enjoy libations, and experience the heartbeat of Lonehawk Farm and their vibrant farm life.

Farow’s Dinner Series

Every third Sunday from June to October

As the sun begins to set, take your seat at a communal table adorned with an abundance of fresh, organic produce. Savor each and every bite of the delectable four-course meal, lovingly crafted by the talented chefs of Farow and inspired by the current harvest.

Farm at JCC’s Milk and Honey Farm

Sunday, July 16, 10am to 1pm

Join us at JCC’s Milk and Honey Farm for an afternoon of art-making, food, music, and fun for the whole family in celebration of Gravity Fed, a site-specific installation by Futurefarmers and CU’s Boulder Apple Tree Project by Sam Van Aken.

Black Cat Farm and Bramble & Hare Restaurant

Every Monday through the growing season

Each menu focuses on a vegetable at its peak of flavor and freshness. For example, in June we’ll celebrate the arrival of the artichokes. Later in August we’ll savor perfect tomatoes when it is their time to shine.

Author : Jessica Benjamin

Jessica Benjamin

Jessica Benjamin is the fearless leader behind Savor Productions. With her unmatched dedication to the local community, and her more than 20 years of experience in event production and marketing, Jess guides the Savor team with heart and passion. Tacos are the way to her soul, and when she's not working, you'll find her in her garden and kitchen with her family.

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