Kick off the annual Slow Food Nations festival in Denver with a delicious evening! Join us for a three-course meal, plus dessert and optional wine pairing, showcasing new and experimental vegetables from Row 7 Seed Company and celebrating agricultural biodiversity with partner Davines. Chefs Caroline Glover of Annette, Paul Reilly of Beast and Bottle, Coperta and Pizzeria Coperta, and Steven Satterfield of Miller Union in Atlanta, GA will collaborate on the innovative menu, celebrating the role of chefs, farmers, plant breeders and eaters in shaping the future of food. You won’t want to miss this unique opportunity.
There are two general seating options for this dinner: 5:30pm and 8:00pm. Tickets cost $90 per person (incl tax & gratuity); add beverage pairings for an additional $30 per person.
We are also offering a VIP experience which includes:
Agricultural biodiversity is everything that makes food and agriculture possible, from the microorganisms, plants and animals we consume to the environmental, socioeconomic and cultural issues that inform what and how we eat. It’s big and important — and it’s at risk. Slow Food celebrates biodiversity, supports those who promote it and helps people learn how our food choices impact the world around us.
Co-founded by Chef Dan Barber, vegetable breeder Michael Mazourek, and seedsman Matthew Goldfarb, Row 7’s mission is to change the food system from the ground up. Row 7 works alongside breeders, farmers and chefs to develop new varieties of vegetables and grains that make an impact in the soil and at the table.
Davines is a sustainable beauty and lifestyle brand whose purpose is to be the best for the world, creators of good life for all, through beauty, ethics and sustainability. In addition to being a B Corp and 1% for the Planet member, they partner with Slow Food in support of biodiversity by using ingredients from presidia farms in Italy.