Local farms host visitors throughout the summer and early fall serving up farm-fresh food, prepared by locally renowned chefs. Farm-to-table dinners are a unique, unforgettable experience that allow visitors onto working farms to learn more about the food on our tables. Dinners are multi-course and dress is casual.
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Ollin Farms is a family-run farm striving to produce healthy, nutrient-dense products through sustainable agricultural practices. They help spread the message of healthy living and building rewarding relationships within the community by hosting annual farm-to-table dinners, youth farming classes, special events and a roadside farm stand.
Aspen Moon Farm is a USDA Certified Organic and Demeter Certified Biodynamic farm creating 100% natural and bee-friendly produce. Stop by their roadside farm stand, open daily in-season, enjoy a farm dinner, tour the farm or volunteer to see the farm in action.
The Lyons Farmette in Lyons, Colorado (15 minutes west of Longmont) offers weekly farm dinners July through September. At the dinner, enjoy their beautiful grounds and a guided tour of the farm which includes their flower garden, greenhouse and farm animals.
Farow restaurant is a hyper-local restaurant that opened in Niwot in 2021. They host special seasonal Farm-to-table dinners on local farms and in the restaurant.
Lone Hawk Farm is a working farm on 120 rolling acres in a lovely, secluded part of Boulder County.
Colorado Aromatics periodically have events on their farm. These have included Farm to Table Dinners, Farm Yoga, Wellness Talks and Farm Tours. Contact them if you are interested in learning about their events that are open to the public or if you would like to schedule a private event. They also do some spa services on the farm. Imagine soaking your feet in our herbal foot soak while taking in the mountain view.
Oxford Gardens has an all-star lineup of chefs coming to create beautiful meals and treat you to a dinner out in the open air with a Mountain View.
Whip up your own feast of local fare with a trip to the Saturday Farmers Market. Stocked entirely by Colorado producers, each purchase goes toward the year-round work of advocating for our farmers, local agriculture, and equitable food access so that the benefits of local food can be with our communities for generations to come.