Thank You to Our Mile High Host City
In 2019, we welcomed the world to Denver for the third annual Slow Food Nations. As one of America’s great food cities, Denver stands out for its collaborative spirit. Chefs, restaurateurs, producers and eaters have all flocked to the greater Denver area, making it a hub for a new and innovative food movement. Denver chefs regularly collaborate with local producers, nonprofits, visiting chefs and other restaurants to produce creative and exciting experiences. It has truly been a pleasure to bring the experience of Slow Food Nations to Denver and we thank Denver for bringing its magic to Slow Food Nations.
What’s Happening in Denver
Mile High Farmers
Mile High Farmers is a grassroots organization for farmers and farmer advocates in the Denver Metro Area. Click to learn how you can support Mile High Farmers in and around the Denver area.
Double Down Denver by EatDenver
EatDenver raised $48,570 to continue their work to support and advocate for independent restaurants, and rallied Denver restaurant enthusiasts to purchase over $60,000 in restaurant gift cards since April 20.
10 ideas from the Colorado Department of Agriculture for how every Coloradan can nourish our farmers, ranchers and food and beverage businesses, while buying and eating local food.
Good Food 100 Farmers, Producers & Purveyors Guide
The Good Food Farmers, Producers & Purveyors Guide is a NEW state and national guide curated by chefs featured on the Good Food 100 Restaurants™, and designed to help chefs and eaters buy directly from the people and businesses who help bring good food to the table.