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Located a block from Union Station, Urban Farmer has multiple private rooms and spaces accommodating up to 100 for a reception and up to 60 seated. The name here means something. Chef Chris Starkus... Read More
Located a block from Union Station, Urban Farmer has multiple private rooms and spaces accommodating up to 100 for a reception and up to 60 seated. The name here means something. Chef Chris Starkus brought his passion for gardening, growing and beekeeping to the heart of LoDo. "As a chef, bee keeper and farmer I understand that when you can begin from seed selection, that's really where the flavor starts," he says. "No matter if it's mushrooms from Hazel Dell or edible flowers from Lost Creek Micro Farm." He's even growing micro greens, mushrooms and whatever you can grow in an aquaponic tank right in the restaurant, as well as sourcing from his own farm in Lakewood and from farms and ranches across Colorado. The menu is fresh and creative, the ambiance relaxed and friendly but this farmer can easily host a fancy affair, too.
- Best for Group Friendly Because: Urban Farmer gives groups a fresh, seasonal menu and pleasant spaces to meet, mingle and enjoy Colorado's extraordinary culinary bounty.
- Best for Farm to Table Because: The restaurant's farmer-chef is growing multiple ingredients right in the restaurant in the middle of Denver. If that's not farm-to-table what is?