Mesquite-smoked Olathe corn and Larga Vista tomatoes highlight the heirloom tomato sandwich, with pickled onions, arugula and crispy bacon. It’s one to the lunch options ($13 includes a soup or salad, bread and dessert) during the Margarita at Pine Creek’s Harvest Week
, running through Friday. Special dinners ($36, 3-course; $42, 5-course) continue through Saturday, highlighting goods from area growers like Venetucci, Frost, Milberger and Wheeler farms.
Of area restaurants that have always walked-the-walk in regards to supporting local farms, the Margarita at Pine Creek
ranks among if not at the top.
Starting today, through Saturday, the outfit is celebrating Harvest Week
, with super commendable all-Colorado menus for lunch ($13 per person plus tax and gratuity) and dinner ($36 for three courses or $42 for five courses, plus tax/tip).
From a release:
The Margarita is a proud to supporter of Local Farmers, Producers & Products ... Our Menus will Celebrate the Best of the Colorado Seasons Bounty and offer Specials on Colorado Wines & Cocktails made from Local Distilleries.
Reservations can be made at 598-8667.
There's a fun, blunt edginess to serving a bread loaf that's been shivved by a chef. The Margarita's style also show through with it's loyalty to sustainability.